Publisher: Madras Date: 1905 Pages: 416A Progressive Grammar Of The Telugu Language: With Copious Examples And Exercises. In offering this book to the public, the Author is far from undervaluing the Telugu works, which have been already published with a similar object. The student of Telugu must ever feel specially grateful to Mr. C. P. Brown, by whose efforts so much has been done to bring the language into its present position, and to render it accessible to Europeans. The Author, however, believes that its acquisition may be accelerated by the system pursued in this book, in which it has been his endeavour, not merely to give information, but to arrange it in such a manner, as to enable the student to master it with ease and rapidity. The early portions of the book will be found specially suited for beginners, as they are based upon papers, which were drawn up by the Author, when he himself was commencing the study of Telugu. These papers were carefully corrected and improved by the late Rev. J. E. Sharkey, one of the best Telugu scholars of the day. Hence k\\ those difficulties, with which a beginner is usually perplexed, have, it is hoped, been met and explained. Throughout the book, the great effort of the Author has been, to lead the student on step by step, giving such information only as is positively required, at the stage at which the student has arrived. The special feature, therefore, of the book is intended to be its progressive character. The endeavour to make the book essentially progressive, whilst it greatly accelerates the acquisition of the language, must at the same time be pleaded as an excuse for any peculiarity of arrangement, which may at first Bight strike the reader as somewhat complicated.
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Publisher: Manohar Publishers & Distributors
The following presentation of the Telugu script gives all of the forms which are encountered in modern printed texts. In addition, many early variant forms found both in printing and in manuscript are also illustrated. The information concerning these earlier variants as well as...
Publisher: American Council of Learned Societes
This is a self-teaching textbook for learning Telugu, designed to be used with a language guide or a native speaker of Telugu. The emphasis is placed on speaking rather than on reading or writing. The book opens with a phonetic preface, to introduce the student to the sounds of Telugu. The textbook itself...
Publisher: University of Texas
Publication date: 2002
Number of pages: 225
This manual is an introduction to reading and writing the Tamil script. The manual employs the strategy of heightening pattern perception and contrastive observation. This manual is partially self-instructional in the sense that the manual will enable one to read and write the Tamil script. The sound...
Navaratna Book Centre, 1998. — 170 p.
English - Telugu Dictionary includes 2000 words.
Telugu is a Central Dravidian language primarily spoken in the state of Andhra Pradesh, India, where it is an official language. It is also spoken in the neighbouring states of Chattisgarh, Karnataka, Maharashtra, Orissa and Tamil Nadu, and is spoken in the bordering city of Yanam, in the...