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Lesson 23 You & You (Subject Pronoun & the Object Pronoun)
|Subject Pronoun||Object Pronoun|
|Nee (You)||Unnai (You), and in some cases …unakku, un idam/kitta, un kooda.|
|Neenga (You- with respect)||Ungalai (You), and in some cases…ungalukku, unga idam/kitta, unga kooda.|
Using ‘You’ and ‘You’:
The object pronoun of the Nee is ‘Unnai’, but this changes according to the prepositions that come along in the sentences.
The object pronoun of the Neenga is ‘Ungalai’, and this also changes according to the prepositions that come along in the sentences.
First let us see the sentences with the Nee – Unnai as the Subject – Object pronoun form sentences.
Using ‘Unnai’ for You the object pronoun:
Naan unnai enna seiya sonnen. What did I ask you to do?
Homework seiya sonneenga. You asked me to do my homework.
Naan unnai padikka sonna piragu nee inge enna seire? What are you doing here, after I asked you to study?
Kanakku poda sonneenga. You told me to do my sums/maths.
Naan sonnadhai senjeeya? Did you do what I told you to?
Aamaa appa. Naan senjitten. Yes Dad. I have done it.
Sari. Appo naan, unnai inaikku poongaavukku kootitu poven. Okay. Then I will take you to the park today.
Using ‘Unakku’ for You the object pronoun:
Idho, idhu naan unakku vaangina parisu. Here! This sia gift that I bought for you.
Nee un paritchaiyile mudhal madhippen edhuthu irukke. You have taken/ scored first mark in your exam.
Indha parisu unakku thaan.. This gift is for you, indeed.
Kattayam. Inge , en kitta vaa. Naan unakku solli tharen. Sure. Come, here to me. I will teach you.
Naan unakku soup seiyum murai-a soldren, kelu. Listen. I am telling you the way to make soup.
Naalaikku toast eppadi seiyiradhu-nu unakku sollitharen. Tomorrow I will teach you how to make a toast.
Using ‘Un idam/ Un kitta’ for You:
Un-kitta sila vendaatha porulum irukku. There are also some unwanted things with you.
Unakku vendaathe porul ellam eduthu podu. Dispose all the things that are not needed for you.
Un kitta irukkum petti-le idha veikkiren.. I am putting in the box that you have.
En kitta sandwich irukku. I have sandwiches.
Un kitta enna pazham irukku? What fruit do you have?
Un-kitta kulir baanam irukka?. Do you have cool drinks?
Using ‘Un kooda/ Unodu ’ for Me:
Un kooda veliya poradhu enakku sandhoshamaa irukku. I like going out with you.
Naan un kooda club-kku varalaamaa? Shall I come to the club with you?
Un kooda ange poga enakku aasaiyaa irukku. I like to go there with you.
Nee video games vilayaadureeyaa? Are you playing video games?
Naan un kooda serndhu vilayaadavaa? Shall I play with you?
Naan un kooda vilayaada enakku unoda laptop tharuveeya? Will you give me your laptop to play with you?
Using ‘Ungalai’ for You the object pronoun:
Ennai-ya? Enge?. Me? Where?
Ungalai ASL mall-la paarthen. I saw you in the ASL mall.
Ungalaiyum, unga kanavar Rajeshayum paarthen. I saw you and your husband.
Appadiya! Enna vishayam? Is it so? What is the matter?
Enga kalloori nigazhchi-a vandhu paarkka thaan. It is to watch the college programme.
Ungalaiyum, appavaiyum nigazhchikku vara sonnaar.. He asked you and dad to come.
Sari. Naan un appa vandhadhum soldren. Okay. I will let dad know this when he arrives.
Using ‘Ungalukku’ for You the object pronoun:
Ungalukku enna pratchanai? Naan therinjikkalaamaa? What’s your problem? Shall I know?
Ungalukku enna pratchanai irundhaalum en kitta sollunga. Please tell me, whatever your problem is.
Naan ungalukku udhavi seiya mudiyuma? Will I be able to help you?
Ungalukku indha saalai-ya kadakkanumaa? Do you have to cross this road?
Naan ungalukku udhavi seiren. I will help you..
Ungalai pola periyavangalukku udhaivi seiya enakku pidikkum. I love to help elderly people like you.
Using ‘Ungalidam/ Unga kitta’ for You:
Aamaa. Unakku enna pazham venum? Yes. Which fruit do you want?
Unga kitta enna enna pazhangal irukku. What are all fruits do you have?
En-idam/kitta moonu vaazhaippazham, oru orange-um, oru apple pazhamum irukku. I have three bananas, an orange and an apple with me.
Unga kitta irukkira vaazhaippazhath-le onnu kudunga. Give me one of the bananas that you have.
Vanakkam, John. Unga-kitta indha marundhu irukka.. Hello John. Do you have this medicine with you?
Vera engeyum kidaikkale. Unga-kitta irukkum-nu namburen. I couldn’t get anywhere else. I hope it would be with you.
Konjam idhu un-kitta irukaanu paarunga. Please see if you have/got it.
Using ‘Unga kooda/ Ungalodu ’ for Me:
Unga kooda veliye poi romba naal aachu. It’s been a long time, since I went out with you.
Please, naanum unga kooda varen. I too will come with you, please.
Illa Priya. Paaru. Unakku udambu sariyilla. Adhutha murai unnai kootitu poren. No Priya. See. You are not well. Next time I will take you.
Mr. Ajay: Enakkum thaan. Me too.
Mr Dhiraj: Unga kooda innum niraya varusham indhe business seiyanum. I like to do business with you for many more years.
Mr. Ajay: Kattaayaama seiyalaam. Unga kooda naan kattaayam velai seiven. Definitely, we shall. I will surely work with you.
Translate the following sentences:
1. Dad, please take me with you.
2. This gift is for you.
3. My grandmother is buying fruits for you.
4. The boy is calling you.
5. I will help you.
6. My mom will give you some fruits.
7. Dad bought a ball for you.
8. I will give you the keys.
9. They are going to work with you.
10. Your grandma is going to take you to the shop.
11. Look at you. You are dirty.
12. Shall I dance with you?
13. Don’t take that book with you.
14. I will sing a song for you.
|Poongaa – Park|
|Paritchai – Exam|
|Mudhal madhippen – First mark|
|Solli thaa – Teach|
|Murai – Way, method|
|Vendaathe – Unwanted, unnecessary|
|Kulir baanam – Soft drinks, cold drinks|
|Serndhu vilayaadu – Play together|
|Azhaichi irukaanga – They have called|
|Vishayam – Matter|
|Kalloori – College|
|Nigazhchi – Programme|
|Therinjikalaam – Shall know|
|Nimisham – Minute|
|Saalai – Road|
|Kadakkanum – Have to cross|
|Periyavanga – Elders|
|Marundhu – Medicine|
|Kidaikale – Not available|
|Engeyum – Anywhere|
|Nambu+ – Hope, believe, trust|
|Paarunga – Look, watch…|
|Veliye po+ – Go out|
|Naal aachu – Been a long time|
|Adhutha murai – Next time|
|Udambu sariyille – Not well|
|Thozhil – Business|
|Innum niraya – Much/many more|
|Varusham – years|
Try to frame sentences in Tamil:
3. Marundhu :
4. Periyavar :
5. Kulir baanam :
9. Engeyum :
10. Paarunga :
11. Nimisham :
12. Serndhu :
13. Nigazchi :
14. Aduththa murai:
15. Thozhil :
16. Naal aachu :
17. Varusham :
|Sembaruthi poo||Puvarasampoo||Saamandhi poo|
|Vellai Saamandhi||Kurinji poo||Kozhi kondai poo|
Padam paarthu badhil sollu:
|Ana enna kekuraa?||Mr. Raaj enna soldraar?|
|Pawan enna soldraan?||Yaar kooda Meena poraa?|
|Kutty paiyan enna sodraan?||Ivanga enna seiraanga?|
Building a conversation: