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3. Correct usage of the letter: Care must be taken in using the appropriate letter in forming a word. Some letters are very similar in their pronunciations but always give a different meaning when used in a word. You may observe these examples to know them better. We write as  varadi – meaning Report,   and not as oradi- this makes no sense.

hOraata – is struggle, fight. oraTa – a rude person.  

 

 

4. Correct usage of number forms: In Kannada we have 2 number forms, singular (ekavachana) and plural (bahuvachana) forms. Words that depict number should be used properly. The plural form of agasa (washer man) is agasaru, that of pustaka (book) is pustakagalu and that of akka (sister) is akkandiru. Observe that different and appropriate suffixes are used. 

  

 

5. Correct usage of punctuation marks: In a sentence an inappropriate usage of the punctuation mark damages the actual voice of the sentence. You can’t use an exclamatory mark where a question mark must be used. The actual tone and the meaning are changed. 

 

 

Similarly one must be aware of using the correct forms of different parts of speech; such as noun, pronoun, adjective etc, tense forms and subject-object-verb forms. One must observe that all these and other elements of grammar must be strictly adhered to. Incorrect usage in speaking could be quickly rectified but in writing there remains a record of our improper usage, this must always be avoided. Failure on our part in using the correct language definitely results in misunderstanding, the reader gets confused or there may be a comedy of errors.  Using the correct and sensible language often elevates our position in the eyes of the reader.

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