How to "Learn kannada in 30 Days"??

Day 1: Learn basic things about kannada and get your mind prepared to learn kannada language and make some time in daily schedule to learn kannada.
Basic things to know:
  • Kannada is very easy to write and speak when compared to english or any other western language.
  • Kannada has 49 alphabets(Including 15 Ovels) where English has 26 alphabets(5 Ovels)
  • Kannada is Primary language in indian state karnataka.
  • Kannada rajyothsava state festival will be celebrated on november1 of every year all over karnataka
  • one of the 5 classical languages and one of the oldest language in India
  • Kannada is awarded with highest number of Jnanpith awards In india compared to any other language.
  •  Kannada is 99.99% perfect - logically and scientifically. 

Day 2: Take 10 most used words and get to know their meanings and start using it with your friends.
 10 most used words are
  • Neenu- You
  • Baa- Come
  • Illi- Here
  • Naanu- Me
  • Nanage- For me
  • Nanna- My
  • Hudugi- girl
  • Namaskara- Hello
  • Verymuch-Thumbhaa
  • Jaasthi- More
These above mentioned 10 words are enough to get started with the learning process, as in the beginning its difficult to get familier with the words of new language.


Singular(Ekvachana): is a form used to refer single(one) object
Plural(bahuvachana): is a form used to refer two are more objects or people

Mara(singular)-Maragalu(plural)
for any non human things galu will be added to the noun to make it plural.
when one tree is there it will be said as mara in kannada, and when there will be more than one tree galu will be added to mara to make it plural.
- See more at: http://www.learnkannada.in/2014/11/singular-plural-kannada.html#sthash.o4IUEl1w.dpuf
Day 3:Learn Questioning words and start using them
  • What- yenu?
  • How much/many- Eshtu?
  • How- Hege?
  • Where- Elli?
  • When- Yavaga?
  • Why- Yake?
  • Who-Yaaru?
  • Is it- Houdha?
So start using the above words to ask anything not only with your friends but try with kannada strangers like shopkeepers, vegetable sellers, milkman etc. In using above words you cant make any mistake so nothing to fear when using above words. 

Day 4:  Learn different types of words.  
  • Verbs
  • Nouns
  • Pronouns
Simple basic words  
  
 Day 5: Parts of the body. Get to know what will be said in kannada language for different parts of the body and use one word atleast in one hour of your normal speaking. 
  • Head- Thale
  • Body- Dheha
  • Hand- kai
  • Leg- Kaalu
  • Read more 
Day 6: Get to Know the words related to time and translations of weekdays.
  • Weekday- Vaara
  • Time-Samaya
  • Hour-Gante
  • Sunday- Baanuvaara
  • Read more 
Day 7: on day 7 its time to call your mother as "AMMA"
Learn the meanings of all relationships here
  • Mother- Amma
  • Father- Appa
  • Son- Maga
  • Daughter- Magalu
  • Read more
Day 8: House hold Articles. Get to know the meanings of your household articles in kannada language.
Day 9: Animals and Birds
  • Tiger- Huli
  • Lion- Simha
  • Parrot- Gini
  • Pigeon- Parivala
  • Dog- Naayi
  • Read more
Day 10: Vegetables and Fruits
  • Mango- Maavina hannu
  • Orange- Kitthale
  • Apple- Sebhu
  • Potato- Aloogadde
  • Read more 
Day 11: Edibles and Food items
  • Rice- Akki
  • Cooked Rice- Anna
  • Curd- Mosaru
  • Egg- Motte
  • Read more
Day 12: Education And Profession related words
  • Book- Pusthaka
  • Exam- Pareekshe
  • Result- Palithaamsha
  • Read more
Day13: Numbers and Measurements
  • One- Ondhu
  • Two- Eradu
  • Three- Mooru
  • Four- Nalku
  • Five- Aidhu
  • Six- Aaru
  • Seven- Elu
  •  Eight- Entu
  • Nine- Ombhatthu
  • Ten- Hatthu
  • Hundred- Nooru
  • Thousand- Saavira
  • Read more (Numbers)
  • Weight- Thuka
  • Height- Uddha
  • Width- Agala
  • Read more(Measurements)
Day 14: Sentences of two words
  • Good boy- Olleya huduga
  • White horse- Bili kudhure
  • Little girl- Sanna hudugi
  • Black Dog- Kappu nayi
  • Cross and go- Dhati hogu
  • Brother's word- Annana maathu
Day 15: Sentences of Three words
  • Kannada words are sweet- kannada maathu madhura
  • His name is not known- Avana hesaru tiliyadhu
  • You come to house- Neenu manege baa
  • Servant did the work- Sevaka kelasa maadidha
  • Today is monday- Ea dhina somavara
  • The book is on the table- Table mele pusthakavidhe
Day 16: Top 10 Most used sentences in kannada language
  • Chennagiddhira?
  • Uta aytha?
  • Naavu chennagiddhivi. Neevu chennagiddhira?
  • Parvaagilla bidi- It's ok,leave
  • I am Sorry - Nannannu kshanimisi
  • Thank you- Dhanyavaadhagalu 
  • Sorry- Kshamisi 
  • What are you doing?- En maadthiddheeya?
Day 17:Basic conversation and Introduction
  • Good morning-Shubhodhaya 
  • Welcome-Suswagatha 
  • What is your name?-Ninna hesaruenu? 
  • My name is rama-Nanna hesaru rama 
  • What is your mother name?-Ninna ammana hesarenu? 
  • Had breakfast?-Thindi aytha? 
  • Had lunch/dinner?-Oota aytha?
  • Read more
Day 18: Negatives
Negatives are those words which tells you to not to do.
  • Do not go- Neenu hogabeda
  • Do not see him- Neenu avanannu nodakoodadhu
  • You should not read- Adannu odhabhaaradhu
  • Should not write with pen- Pennindha bareyabhaaradhu
  • Don't sing- Haadabeda
  • This cart should not go - Ea gaadi hogakoodadhu
  • Don't be here- Illi irabeda
  • You should not do this work- Ea kelasa madabaaradhu
Day 19: Singular and plural
Singular(Ekvachana): is a form used to refer single(one) object
Plural(bahuvachana): is a form used to refer two are more objects or people

Mara(singular)-Maragalu(plural)
for any non human things galu will be added to the noun to make it plural.
when one tree is there it will be said as mara in kannada, and when there will be more than one tree galu will be added to mara to make it plural.
- See more at: http://www.learnkannada.in/2014/11/singular-plural-kannada.html#sthash.o4IUEl1w.dpuf
  • Read on about how to use singular and plural in Kannada language>>>>Click here>>>>

Singular(Ekvachana): is a form used to refer single(one) object
Plural(bahuvachana): is a form used to refer two are more objects or people

Mara(singular)-Maragalu(plural)
for any non human things galu will be added to the noun to make it plural.
when one tree is there it will be said as mara in kannada, and when there will be more than one tree galu will be added to mara to make it plural.
- See more at: http://www.learnkannada.in/2014/11/singular-plural-kannada.html#sthash.elFWt8uS.dpuf
Singular(Ekvachana): is a form used to refer single(one) object
Plural(bahuvachana): is a form used to refer two are more objects or people
- See more at: http://www.learnkannada.in/2014/11/singular-plural-kannada.html#sthash.o4IUEl1w.dpuf
Singular(Ekvachana): is a form used to refer single(one) object
Plural(bahuvachana): is a form used to refer two are more objects or people

Mara(singular)-Maragalu(plural)
for any non human things galu will be added to the noun to make it plural.
when one tree is there it will be said as mara in kannada, and when there will be more than one tree galu will be added to mara to make it plural.
- See more at: http://www.learnkannada.in/2014/11/singular-plural-kannada.html#sthash.o4IUEl1w.dpuf
Singular(Ekvachana): is a form used to refer single(one) object
Plural(bahuvachana): is a form used to refer two are more objects or people

Mara(singular)-Maragalu(plural)
for any non human things galu will be added to the noun to make it plural.
when one tree is there it will be said as mara in kannada, and when there will be more than one tree galu will be added to mara to make it plural.
- See more at: http://www.learnkannada.in/2014/11/singular-plural-kannada.html#sthash.o4IUEl1w.dpuf
Singular(Ekvachana): is a form used to refer single(one) object
Plural(bahuvachana): is a form used to refer two are more objects or people
- See more at: http://www.learnkannada.in/2014/11/singular-plural-kannada.html#sthash.o4IUEl1w.dpuf
Singular(Ekvachana): is a form used to refer single(one) object
Plural(bahuvachana): is a form used to refer two are more objects or people
- See more at: http://www.learnkannada.in/2014/11/singular-plural-kannada.html#sthash.o4IUEl1w.dpuf
Singular(Ekvachana): is a form used to refer single(one) object
Plural(bahuvachana): is a form used to refer two are more objects or people
- See more at: http://www.learnkannada.in/2014/11/singular-plural-kannada.html#sthash.o4IUEl1w.dpufDay 20: GenderDay 21: Adjectives
Day 20 to 22: Tenses
  • Past tense(Bhutha kaala)
  • Present tense(Varthamaana kaala)
  • Future tense(Bavishyath kaala)
Tenses are the main and difficult part of your Kannada learning programme, so be good and concentrated at it.
Day 24: Learn cases
there are 7 cases in kannada language
  • Nominative case(prathama)
  • Vocative case(Sambhodhane)
  • Objective case(dwithiya)
  • Instrumental case(Thruthiya)
  • Dative case(Chathurthi)
  • Ablative case(panchama)
  • Possessive case(Shashti)
  • Locative case(sapthami)
Day 25: Voices
In kannada, there are two voices in common use viz, Active voice and Passive voice.
  • In active voice, the subject will be in Nominative case while the object in Objective case.
  1. Ramanu pustakavannu odhidhanu
  2. Neenu hanavannu kotte
  • In passive voice, the object will be used in Nominative case while the subject in the Instrumental case.
  1. Ramanindha pustakavu odhalpattithu
  2. Ninnindha hanavu kodalpattithu
Day 26: Download some kannada movies with english sub titles. and try to understand and pronounce every dailogue,watch full movie minimum 5 times, watch more movies for more fluency.

Day 27: Do you have any kannada speaking friend? with help of him get added to any whatsapp group where people chat in kannada. You should try to read the messages flowing in that whatsapp group and understand the meaning. try to read those kannada jokes, you will also get some joy.
Day 28: Comment what else you need and wait for my reply.

Day 29: Get on to facebook, search for kannada speaking people take their help to solve your doubts.
Day 30: Spread word about us and your kannada learning story and join our whatsapp group here.

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14 comments:

  1. Today I started your course. It is interesting. I will interact daily after reading, if I have any doubts. Thanks for uploading. Learning a new spoken language made so easy.

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  2. @Paramasivan Thank you very much for your interest in learning kannada, Keep checking our facebook page for learning regularly new words & sentences. Any doubt, whatsapp me at @9535097540, Ill try to solve it as soon as possible.

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    1. Thank You Ji. Returned back to Bangalore, after an unexpected tour to native place. Will go though lessons and seek assistance if I have a doubt. Thanks again

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  3. pages of day 20,21,22,25 are vot opening

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  4. Im frm Ap &joined college here in bangalore &i wnt to learn kannada tell how to learn kannada easily

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  7. i thought there were 50 alphabets in kannada

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    i cant pronounce it well

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  10. wow........... super Rathish, try to update some more info.

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  11. good work, if u add some more it will be helpful

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