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nODu means “To See”. nODuttane = nODu + utta + aane, means “He will see”.
- Here, let us assume that “utta” is an joiner and “aane” is the gender specific word.
- Similarly nODuttaLe = nODu + utta + aaLe, means she will see with “aale”.
- Similarly, nODutte = nODu + utta + E = It will see
- Present Tense
|First person||I will do||naanu maaDuttEne|
|—||We will do||naavu maaDuttEve|
|Second Person||Will You do?||neenu maaDutteeya?|
|You(plural) do||neevu maaDutteera|
|Male/Third person||He will play||avanu aaDuttaane|
|Female/Third person||She will play||avaLu aaDuttaaLe|
|They will run||avaru ODuttare|
|Non-human/Third person||Tiger runs||huli ODuttade|
|They(non-living) run||avu ODuttave|
First person usage = verb + utta + ene………………… Second person usage = verb + utta + eeya
Third person usage = verb + utta + ane/aLe
|I am singing||naanu haaDuttiddene||haaDu + utta + iddEne|
|I am not singing||naanu haaDuttilla||haaDu + utta + illa|
Whenever we talk about the continuous present the verbs are attached to utta+iddene.
|maaDu + Utta||maaDuttiddEne,(Self)maaDttaiddaare (Plural)
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