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- Saikiran Sutari
Q: Sir, please explain the following words in Telugu with suitable examples. 1. Rendezvous 2. Time bound 3. Sophisticated
A: 1) Rendezvous = Pronounced 'rondevoo' the word means, a meeting place. When two or more people agree to meet at a place, the place where they meet is 'rendezvous'.
2) Time bound = Within a certain time. Eg: It is a time bound programme and
should be completed by the month end. 3) Sophisticated = Highly advanced / highly
a) Rocket science is a sophisticated science. b) She is a sophisticated girl.
- A. Nagamani Adduri
Q: The term/ sentence "Having been paid" used for previous payment is correct or not? In case that is not correct, what is cor- rect sentence?
A: Your sentence is correct - it means someone has been paid earlier, that is, in the past. Eg: Having been paid the money he
demanded, he left.
- Madhu, Kurnool.
Q: Please let me know whether the following translations are right or wrong? i) Where all should l see for you ? = O’éÓÆæç ØË†’ áéπ\-úÁ-éπ\úø îª÷ú≈L?
ii) What all should I tell you ? = ØË†’ à¢Ë’N’ îÁ§ƒpL O’èπ◊?
A: i) Where should I look/ search for you? ii) What should I say?
- Bellala Kishore
Q: Could you tell me the passive form for the sentence - 'Don't you go to park?'
A: In your sentence the verb is, 'do go' = go. 'Go' is an intransitive verb, that is a verb without an object, and so no passive voice for it.
★ How do you know whether the verb has an object or not? Put the question whom / what to the verb. If you get an answer, the answer is the object, and the verb then has passive. If you don't get an answer, the verb has no object, and it has no passive. (¢√éπuç-™E verb èπ◊ á´-JE, üËEo ÅØË v°æ¨¡o ¢ËÊÆh, ï¢√•’ ´ÊÆh pas- sive voice Öçô’çC. ™‰èπ◊çõ‰ Öçúøü¿’. O’ sen- tence ™ verb, 'go' (¢Á∞¡xúøç) éπüΔ?á´-JE ¢Á∞¡xúøç, DEo ¢Á∞¡xúø ÅE v°æPoç-îª’-èπ◊çõ‰ ï¢√•’ ®√ü¿’ éπüΔ. Åçü¿’-éπE DEéÀ passive voice Öçúøü¿’. Å®·ûË requests / orders ™«çöÀ ¢√öÀéÀ (ÉçÂ°-®Ω-öÀ¢˛ sen- tences) èπ◊ passive ¢√®·Æˇ Öçô’çC.
AV: Get out. PV: You are ordered to get out.
- Suresh Dharavath
Q: Sir, could you please explain the difference between Would - Will and Could - Can?
A: 'Would' is the past form of 'will'. Eg: He says (present tense) he will go there
tomorrow. ★ 'Will' expresses future from the present.
Eg: He said (past tense) he would go there tomorrow.
★ 'Can' expresses ability is the present or the future.
Examples: i) He can sing well (present ability).
ii) He can reach there tomorrow by 8 (He will be able to reach there by 8 tomor- row - future ability).
★ 'Could' expresses ability in the past. Eg: My grandfather could swim very fast. (in
the past, he was able to swim very fast).
- P. Mysoora Reddy, TMC
Q: Ææ®˝, éÀçC -¢√é¬u-©-†’ Ççí∫xç-™éÀ Å†’-´-Cç-îª-í∫-©®Ω’. 1) ñ«cØ√Eo °æç*ûË Åçûª-éπç-ûªèπÿ Â°®Ω’-í∫’-ûª÷ØË
Öçô’çC. 2) Å¶μ«uÆæç èπÿÆæ’ Nü¿u. 3) îªü¿’´¤ îËü¿’í¬ Öçô’çC. é¬F, üΔE °∂æL-ûª¢Ë’
Å´’%ûªç. A: 1) The more you share your wisdom, the
wiser you become 2) Practice makes us perfect 3) Learning is bitter, but its effect is nectarine
- Parsharamulu Thodenga
Q: Sir, please kindly explain the differences among when,while,whether with examples
A: When is used mostly with simple present, simple past and simple future tenses.
Examples: a) When he comes here, let me know. (pre-
sent and future simple) b) When he went out he had a bag in his
hand. (past simple) ★ While is mostly used with continuous tens-
es, especially in the past. Eg: While he was singing, she was dancing.
★ Whether is used i) in the case of a doubt: Eg: I don't know whether he is coming
today or not. ii) It is used while changing a 'non-wh'
question from direct to indirect speech: Eg: 'Did he come here yesterday?' said he to
her. (Direct Speech) He asked her if/ whether he had come there the day before.
- M. Suresan
Writer Light-hearted Åçõ‰ Å®Ωnç àN’öÀ?
- Vasundhara Gandharva, Khammam
Q: Don't spare me - Please translate into Telugu. A: -†-†’o -́ -ü¿-™Ô-ü¿’l. Q: The workers have to send for themselves to attend
nature's call. A: This sentence has no meaning. Fend for themselves =
take care of themselves. Attend nature call = feel the need to use the toilet / latrine.
Q: Attorney General's argument was spurred by a lawyer - Please translate into Telugu.
A: -äéπ -™«-ßª’®˝ -Å-ö«-Jo-ï-†®Ω-™¸-ûÓ -¢√-üΔ-EéÀ °æ¤-JíÌ-Lpç-C. Q: Sir, please translate into English.
1) ¢√∞¡Ÿx îªL-´’ç-ô©’ ¢ËÆæ’-èπ◊E îªL é¬îª’-èπ◊-Ø√o®Ω’. 2) Åü¿çû√ magic Eïç é¬ü¿’. ´’† éπ∞¡Ÿx ¢Á÷Ææç îÁçü¿’-û√®·. 3) §ÚMÆæ’ Å´’-®Ω-O-®Ω’© ÆæçÆæt-®Ωù CØÓ-ûªq´ç.
4) Ç¢Á’ E©-•-úÕûË Ç íÓúøèπ◊ Ö†o calendar Åçûª áûª’h Öçô’çC.
A: 1) They are warming themselves around a fire. No cor- rect word for 'chali manta' in English.
2) That is just magic. Not true. Our eyes are deceiv- ing us.
3) Police martyrs' day.
4) If she stands up her head touches the calendar hang- ing on the wall
Q: I am sent to your class as a substitution for your teacher (who is absent today)/ I am substituted for your teacher - For your teacher is absent I am sent - Is this correct?
A: I am sent to your class to substitute for your teacher - Correct.
- N Pujitha, Vijayawada.
Q: What then are we to say about a man who would rather write than do anything else? Ñ ¢√é¬u-EéÀ ûÁ©’-í∫’™ Å®Ωnç ûÁ©’-°æ-í∫-©®Ω’. "What then are we to say" Ñ ¢√é¬uEo à Ææçü¿-®Ωs¥ç™ Ö°æ-ßÁ÷-T-≤ƒh®Ω’?
A: ®√ßª’úøç ûª°æp ÉçÍéD îËßª’E ¢√J í∫’Jç* ´’†ç ÉçÍéç îÁ§ƒpL? = ´’†ç ÉçÍéç îÁ§ƒpL?
Q: If got bogged down temporarily on one he switched to another manuscript. Please translate it in Telugu.
A: äéπ Åç¨¡ç û√û√\-L-éπçí¬ û√ØËO’ îËßª’-™‰-†çûª ÆæçéÀx≠ædçí¬ ûªßª÷-È®jûË Åûª†’ ÉçéÓ ®√ûª v°æAE BÆæ’èπ◊-ØË-¢√úø’.
Q: His work was not just quantitative - Please translate it into Telugu.
A: ÅûªE °æE °æJ-´÷-ùç™ (size ™) ´÷vûª¢Ë’ áèπ◊\-¢ÁjçC é¬ü¿’ (v°æA-¶μº™ èπÿú≈ íÌ°æp-ü¿E).
Q: Raju showed a drive for knowledge - Â°j ¢√é¬uEéÀ Å®√nEo ûÁ©’-°æ-í∫-©®Ω’.
A: ®√V Nñ«c†ç §Òçü¿-ú≈-EéÀ îÌ®Ω´ îª÷Ê°-¢√úø’. Q: Light-hearted Åçõ‰ Å®Ωnç àN’öÀ? A: Åçûªí¬ °æöÀdçîª’éÓE. He takes everything
light-heartedly = Åûª†’ üËFo Åçûªí¬ °æöÀdç-îª’- éÓúø’.
Raju showed a drive for knowledge.
- Shaik Sajjad Mohammad, Kadapa
Q: Sir, beside let we should use subjective case or objective case pronoun.
Eg: let him or let he explain with examples A: Let is always followed by the objective
case. 'Let him explain it with examples'.
Q: Sir, please change the following sentence into passive voice.
'Let Ram help him.'
A: The passive form: Let him be helped by Ram.
- Kanaka Rao
Q: Sir, are these sentences correct? Please correct if any mistakes. 1. This my car needs a through repair. 2. These her paintings are very impressive. 3. Whom can i trust ,if not him. 4. We scored as many goals as they.
A: 1) Correct - but Meaningless 2) Correct, but better - 'These paintings of
hers' are very impressive. 3) Correct, but better - Who can I trust if
not him? 4) Correct
Q: Sir, please explain in Telugu "without excuse interferes".
A: é¬®Ωùç ™‰èπ◊çú≈ ñéπuç îËÆæ’-èπ◊ç-ö«úø’.
- P. Srinath Reddy, Thimmana Cheruvi.
Q: éÀçC ¢√é¬u©-†’ --Éç-Tx-≠ˇ-™éÀ translate -îË-ßª’í∫- ©®Ω’.
1. -Ñ é¬®Ωu-véπ-́ ’ç-™-E -§ƒ-vûª-©’/ Ææ--Eo-¢Ë-̈ »-©’/ Ææç-¶μ«- ≠æ-ù-©’ -Å-Fo °æ‹-Jhí¬ éπ-Lp-ûª-¢Á’i-†-N.
2. -•Æ̌èπ◊ -ßª÷-¶μ„j -Å-úø’í∫’-© -ü¿÷®Ωç-™ -Öç-úøç-úÕ. A: 1) All the characters, events, conversations
are fictitious 2) Keep at a distance of fifty feet from the
- R.M. Buddhavarapu
Q: Sir, what is the meaning of: Staring down the barrel?
A: Someone is pointing a gun at you, and threatening to kill you.