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English-Tulu

I

Yan

He

Aaye

She

Aal

You

Ee

It

Avu

A

A

Come

Bala

Came

Batte

Will come

Yan barpe

Open

Tula

Opened

Tuye

Will open

Yan tupe

Sit

Kullu

Walk

Nadapu

Eat

Tinla

Drink

Parla

Win

Gendiye

Go

Pola

Run

Balpu

He is eating an apple.

Aaye apple tinoundu ulle.

He ate an apple.

Aaye aaple tinde.

I saw the film last week.

Yaan poye vaara picture tuthe.

She came by bus yesterday.

Aal kode bustt bydeenee.

They went to the temple.

Akulu devasthango poyer.

He slept the whole night.

Aaye poora rathree jette.

He wrote well in the examination.

Aaye parikshe layeek barethe.

He has eaten.

Aaye tinte.

He had eaten.

Aaye tinde.

He had gone.

Aaye podu itte.

He had come.

Aaye batt itte.

He will eat.

Aaye tinpe.

He will go.

Aape po pe.

He will come.

Aaye barpe.

What is your name?

Ninna pudar dada.

What

Dada

Your

Ninna

Name

Pudar

What did you do?

Ee dada malpua?

What should I do?

Yaan dada malpuode?

What can I do?

Yaan dada malpuode?

What are the questions?

Dada matha prashenulu?

What were the questions?

Dada matha prashenulu  itta?

What is the last question?

Kadetha prashne dada?

What is written in the letter?

Kagajid dada barethere?

What you had been told?

Ee dada panda?

What will be the answer?

Dada uttara aad uppu?

Why did you come?

Ee dayeg batta?

Why did you sleep?

Ee dayeg jeyyda?

Why did you tell him to go?

Ee dayeg pore panni?

Why did he bring the bag?

Aaye dayeg bag pathond bayyideene?

Why did she pay the money?

Aal dayeg duddu korinee?

Why did they sit there?

Akulu dayege aavulu kulludinee?

Why do you drive the car?

Ee dayeg car budupinee?

Why did they come late for the meeting?

Akulu dane meeting thada aayinee?

How did you come?

Ee encha bathini?

How did you sleep?

Ee encha jeppune?

How did you drive the car ?

Ee encha car budupinee?

How did you write?

Ee encha barepinee?

How many apples are there in my hand?

Eth apple enna kait undu?

How many did you take?

Ee eth detta?

How much did he pay you?

Eee eth duddu koriya?

How much distance to go?

Eth doora undu?

How was the journey yesterday?

Encha ninna prayana kodeda?

Which way did you come?

Ee encha batta?

Which is your favourite colour?

Ninna pasandada banna enchine?

In which room did you sleep?

Ee ovu roomd jeyyda?

Which story did you tell?

Eee enchina kathe panda?

Which is the sweetest fruit?

Ovu masth cheepe fruit?

Which is the best newspaper in Hindi?

Ovu paper hindid layeek?

Which Indian state has the largest population?

Ovu rajyadu jaasthi janakulu uppinee?

Where are you coming from?

Ee olthu battine?

Where did you sleep?

Ee olu jeyyidenee?

Where is the managerís cabin?

Olu managerna kone?

Where should I go?

Yaan odeg povodu?

Is it a book?

Undu pusthaka na?

Yes, it is a book.

Andd undu pusthaka.

Is it the answer?

Unda ninna javab?

Yes, it is the answer.

Andd unde enna javab.

Will you come with me?

Ee enna ottug barpana?

I shall come with you.

Yaan ninna ottug baroda

Will you give me your pen?

Ee ninna pen korpana?

Yes, of course.

And, dane korende.

Do you love me ?

Ee enna preethi malpuvana?

Yes, I love you.

And, yan ninan prethi malpuve.

Can you give me your pen?

Ee ninna pen korupuvana?

Can you lift the box?

Ee aa box derpuna?

Can you write the exam?

Ee pareekshe barepuvana?

Did you have lunch?

Ee onas malthana?

How are you?

Ee encha ulla?

I am fine.

Yaan saukya  ulle.

About Tulu language: Tulu is the primary spoken language in Tulu Nadu, a region comprising the districts of Udupi and Dakshina Kannada in the west of the state of Karnataka and Kasaragod taluk of Kerala. It belongs to the Dravidian family of languages. Native speakers of Tulu are referred to as Tuluva or Tulu people. (Reference: Wikipedia)