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English Learning In Sinhala Lesson 17 Homework

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Sinhala or Helabasa is an Indo-Aryan language spoken and one of the two official languages of Sri Lanka. The Sinhalese language was brought to Sri Lanka around fifth century BCE when migrants from Northeast India began to settle down in Sri Lanka.

The literary and the spoken versions of the Sinhala language differ a lot. The most notable difference is the lack of inflected verb forms in Spoken language. In the past, Sinhala was influenced by P?li and to a lesser extent by Sanskrit. Its vocabulary also contains several borrowed words from the Dravidian languages like Tamil. Several centuries of the colonial rule also influenced the language.  As a result modern Sinhalese contains some Portuguese, Dutch and English loanwords too.

Sinhalese is written using a distinctive Sinhala script. It is a descendent of the Brahmi script that emerged between the seventh and eighth centuries AD. The Sinhala script is quiet expansive and has extra letters for writing Sanskrit and Pali loanwords.  The rounded shape of the Sinhala letters resembles the orthographies of south Indian Dravidian scripts.


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Hi, hello.

Good morning, good afternoon, good evening.

How are you ?

How are you doing ?

How do you do ?


Responding to greeting
(ms<s;=re fok úÈh )


Hi, hello.

Good morning/Good afternoon/Good evening.

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How do you do ?


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