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Spoken Konkani

Words /Apellations Referring to Various Types of Relationships

How family members and other relatives are addressed and referred to Although it might be more appropriate to class this post as a vocabulary item, for practical reasons I have decided to include it here in the Spoken Konkani section. The list given below is admittedly limited to the usage mostly among Goan Catholics and … Continue reading »

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Pronunciation Guidelines

Rules and conventions we shall be using Konkani language sounds, like the sounds of all or at least most other languages, can be categorized into vowels and consonants.

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Amchi Bhas Uloi

You may wonder what sort of Konkani I am planning to dish out here, so let me give you some idea of what I have in mind. Sanskrit and Marathi Sanskrit being the Mother of all Indian languages, no one who hasn’t had a good grounding in Sanskrit can claim to be a scholar of … Continue reading »

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