- Who? They
- Pudhu Vaarthaigal
- Vocabulary – Nam Ulagam
- Animals – Vilangugal
- Conversation – Picnic
This lesson is going to be about addressing a group of people. They, the plural form.
Ivanga yaar? (Who are they?)
Idhu enga kudumbam. இது எங்க குடும்பம் (This is our family.)
Ivanga en Appa, Amma. (They are my dad and mom.)
Ivanga en sirandha nanbargal. (They are my best friends.)
Ivangalukku enna pidikkum? (What do they like?)
Ivangalukku ennai romba pidikkum. (They like me very much.)
Avanga yaaru? (Who are they?)
Ivanga en pakaththu veetukaaranga. (They are my neighbours.)
Avanga oru nalla kudumbam. (They are a good family.)
Avangalukku isai romba pidikkum. (They love music very much.)
Ivanga / Avanga
In Tamil, IVANGA/ AVANGA also means the plural They, apart the feminine respect form.
We have to keep in mind that IVANGA and AVANGA both means the same, i.e., THEY. But you use both of them in the same sentences and mean two different set of people.
1. IVANGA is used for addressing people who are present in the situation, whereas AVANGA is used to talk about the people who aren’t there in the situation.
2. IVANGA is used to address the group of people who are near you, and AVANGA for the people who are standing away from you.
Nam ULAGAM ( Our World )
VILANGUGAL ( Animals )
Translate the given passage
This is our heighbour, Mr. James. They are his family. They are a happy family. They are very good people.
Mr. James is an engineer. He works in the BM company. He loves gardening very much. His wife is a doctor. Her name is Nancy. She works in the Children hospital. She loves kids and she also loves to cook.
Susan and Dave are their kids. Susan is studying in fifth grade and Dave is in second grade. They love to play in the park.
Mr. David and his wife are their grandpa and grandma. They love Susan and Dave. They live in London. They are now in James’ house.
James family love music. They sing well. They love gardening too. There is a beautiful garden in their backyard.
2. Avanga, Ivanga:
7. Andai veetaar: