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Tips and Tricks for Typing in Telugu
Type in English and Get Telugu Text: Simply put any english text inside the curly Box above in English. After typing the word / line, press enter and see the magical tool by Hindi Typing in Action. You can copy the text in Telugu Language or simply export the converted text in a TXT file.
Example: Idi oka andamaina rōju = ఇది ఒక అందమైన రోజు (It was a beautiful day)
Before learning to type in Tamil, It is essential to understand the basic of Telugu Language and history and present of this language. There is a significant variances in the dialect and writing scripts of Telugu. In Speaking script there are various regional slangs and dialects, however writing script of Telegu remains uniform.
Telugu language has 2 sets of 5 vowel phonemes, namely, sounds that make a difference in word meaning and purposes. Each set consists of one short and one long vowel. Language structure is characterized by the underlying vowel harmony which requires that the vowels in suffixes be the same as root vowels, i.e., all front or all back.
The consonant system of Telugu is similar to that of other Dravidian languages. Like other Dravidian languages, Telugu is agglutinative, i.e., it adds suffixes to roots, one after another, to form words and to express grammatical functions. There is no absolute limit on the length and extent of agglutination which can occasionally result in very long words. Like all agglutinative languages, Telugu uses postpositions rather than prepositions.Telugu Scripts is written from left to right.
In Telugu Language, the standard word order is (SOV) Subject-Object-Verb. However, other orders are also possible because Inflectional endings take care of keeping clear grammatical relations and roles in the sentence which makes this language highly technical and advanced. Some examples of words in Telugu are below;
Good bye malli osthaamu/osthanu, malli chuusthamu
Thank you. Dhan’yavādālu
Excuse me Ekskyūj
As per the records from the History of Telugu Language, the written materials in Telugu Script dates from 633 AD. The basic Telugu literature begins with the 11th-century translation of the Sanskrit classic Mahabharata into Telugu, this point in history is considered as an important aspect. The shapes of Telugu letters resemble those of Kannada Language. If you want to type in Kannada, you can Explore Typing in Kannada Page. In both of these languages and their script , the shape of the letters are round because in ancient times writing was done by carving on palm leaves with a sharp point. Sharp angles would have torn the leaves