Learn Telugu Grammar Through English

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Welcome to the sixth Telugu lesson about numbers. This time we will learn about cardinal and ordinal numbers, followed by grammar rules, then animal names, finally a conversation in Telugu to help you practice your daily phrases. Click on the sound icon to hear the words.

Cardinal and Ordinal - Telugu - Pronunciation
one ఒకటి [Okaṭi]
first మొదటి [Modaṭi]
two రెండు [Reṇḍu]
second రెండవ [Reṇḍava]
three మూడు [Mūḍu]
third మూడవ [Mūḍava]
four నాల్గు [Nālgu]
fourth నాల్గవ [Nālgava]
five ఐదు [Aidu]
fifth ఐదవ [Aidava]
six ఆరు [Āru]
sixth ఆరవ [Ārava]
seven ఏడు [Ēḍu]
seventh ఏడవ [Ēḍava]
eight ఎనిమిది [Enimidi]
eighth ఎనిమిదవ [Enimidava]
nine తొమ్మిది [Tom'midi]
ninth తొమ్మిదవ [Tom'midava]
ten పది [Padi]
tenth పదవ [Padava]
eleven పదకొండు [Padakoṇḍu]
eleventh పదకొండవ [Padakoṇḍava]
twelve పన్నెండు [Panneṇḍu]
twelfth పన్నెండవ [Panneṇḍava]
thirteen పదమూడూ [Padamūḍū]
thirteenth పదమూడవ [Padamūḍava]
fourteen పధ్నాలుగు [Padhnālugu]
once ఒకసారి [Okasāri]
fifteen పదిహేను [Padihēnu]
twice రెండవసారి [Reṇḍavasāri]
sixteen పదహారు [Padahāru]
Monday సోమవారము [Sōmavāramu]
seventeen పదిహేడు [Padihēḍu]
Tuesday మంగళ [Maṅgaḷa]
eighteen పద్ధెనిమిది [Pad'dhenimidi]
Wednesday బుధ [Budha]
nineteen పందొమ్మది [Pandom'madi]
Thursday గురు [Guru]
twenty ఇరవై [Iravai]
Friday శుక్ర [Śukra]
seventy one డెబ్బై ఒకటి [Ḍebbai okaṭi]
Saturday శని [Śani]
one hundred నూరు [Nūru]
Sunday ఆది [Ādi]

Numbers Grammar Rules

Learn English Grammar: Part 1 (in Telugu) Lesson 1 of 5. 54 upvotes. 9:38 mins. Yadubhushan Duduka. This lesson teaches adjectives in Telugu, vocabulary list about food and finally common phrases about greeting. I will try to give examples using both vocabulary and grammar. Going through the whole page should take about 30 min.

Telugu cardinal numbers refer to the counting numbers, because they show quantity. For example: I speak two languages. Ordinal numbers on the other hand tell the order of things and their rank: my first language is Telugu. Listen and repeat sentences. The examples below use numbers in different ways and places to demonstrate how they behave in a sentence.

Telugu Grammar In Telugu

Grammar + Rules - Telugu + Pronunciation
I have three dogs
[number + noun] నేను మూడు కుక్కలు ఉన్నాయి [Nēnu mūḍu kukkalu unnāyi]
my daughter has two cats
[number + noun] నా కుమార్తె రెండు కాట్స్ ఉంది [Nā kumārte reṇḍu kāṭs undi]
she speaks seven languages
[verb + number] ఆమె ఏడు భాషలు మాట్లాడతారు [Āme ēḍu bhāṣalu māṭlāḍatāru]
my brother has one son
[number + singular noun] నా సోదరుడు ఒక కుమారుడు ఉంది [Nā sōdaruḍu oka kumāruḍu undi]
this is my second lesson
[ordinal number + noun] ఈ నా రెండవ విషయం ఉంది [Ī nā reṇḍava viṣayaṁ undi]
did you read the third book?
[ordinal number + noun] మీరు మూడవ పుస్తకం చదవడం వచ్చింది? [Mīru mūḍava pustakaṁ cadavaḍaṁ vaccindi?]

We're not done yet! The following is a list of animals.

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cow
ఆవు [Āvu]
goat
మేక [Mēka]
donkey
గాడిద [Gāḍida]
horse
గుర్రం [Gurraṁ]
dog
కుక్క [Kukka]
cat
పిల్లి [Pilli]
mouse
చిట్టెలుక [Ciṭṭeluka]
bird
పక్షి [Pakṣi]
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Conversation in Telugu

Learn Indian Languages: languageshome.com. Learn these languages through Telugu: ARABIC ASSAMESE BENGALI CHINESE FRENCH GERMAN GUJARATI HINDI ITALIAN JAPANESE KANNADA MALAYALAM ODIA PUNJABI RUSSIAN SANSKRIT TAMIL. Learn Hindi through these languages: ASSAMESE BENGALI ENGLISH GUJARATI KANNADA MALAYALAM ODIA PUNJABI TAMIL TELUGU. I'm here to help you learn Telugu, by going step by step. All the lessons contain audio and are all offered for free. We will learn the alphabet together. We will also review some simple grammar rules, practice common phrases, and we will have fun memorizing many important vocabulary lists, and everything else that you see below.

Now we finally reach the last part, the practice of the daily conversations. These phrases are used to get to know new people, and break the ice.

English - Telugu - Pronunciation
Where are you from? మీరు ఎక్కడ నుండి? [Mīru ekkaḍa nuṇḍi?]
I'm from the U.S నేను U.S నుండి రెడీ! [Nēnu U.S nuṇḍi reḍī!]
I'm American నేను అమెరికన్ రెడీ! [Nēnu amerikan reḍī!]
Where do you live? మీరు ఎక్కడ నివసిస్తున్నారు? [Mīru ekkaḍa nivasistunnāru?]
I live in the U.S నేను U.S లో Live [Nēnu U.S lō Live]
What do you do for a living? మీరు ఒక దేశం కోసం ఏమి చేస్తారు? [Mīru oka dēśaṁ kōsaṁ ēmi cēstāru?]
I'm a student నేను ఒక విద్యార్థి రెడీ! [Nēnu oka vidyārthi reḍī!]

Did you enjoy this lesson about numbers in Telugu? I hope so, if you have any problem with this lesson contact me with questions you have homepage. You can now check the next lesson below.


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