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Updated: 05-12-2023 by Wikilanguages.net
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Get started learn Tamil for beginners

Have you been interested in learning Tamil in 2023, but have no idea where to start? The step-by-step guide below is for all beginners and those considering learning Tamil but who are lost on exactly how to get started. Learning Tamil on your own is a difficult task and it’s hard to know exactly where to start to improve your Tamil language skills.

How to learn Tamil?

It may seem like common sense, but learning Tamil through things that you find interesting will make the learning process more fun. Don’t keep your learning so serious to the point that it becomes a burden to you. Learning should be enjoyable, so try to match it with your interests! If you’re into music, for example, use music to learn Tamil. If you love reading, check out some interesting Tamil novels. If you’re a fan of movies and TV shows, then use the Tamil counterpart. You can get even more niche, like finding a Tamil-speaking Discord group that plays your favorite game, or joining a subreddit that shares recipes in Tamil.

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Tamil is one of the major languages of southern India. It is spoken principally in the state of Tamil Nadu (formerly Madras), located on the eastern coast and extending down to the southernmost tip of the Indian subcontinent. There are about 60 million Tamil speakers in India. In addition it is spoken by about 4 million people in north-eastern Sri Lanka, about one million in Malaysia, and in smaller colonies in Singapore, and parts of East Africa. Tamil is the oldest and most richly developed of the Dravidian languages. The origin of the alphabet (Tamil script) is uncertain, though it is believed to be about 1,500 years old. "Curry" is a Tamil word that entered the English language. Other Dravidian languages like Malayalam, Kannada and Telugu have close affinities with Tamil. Tamil also has a substantial classical literature dating back to about the 7th century A.D.

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How Many People Speak Tamil, And Where Is It Spoken?

If learn Tamil, you can speaking in , .

About 0 people on Earth speak Tamil.

Distribution of Tamil language
Distribution of Tamil language

Tamil Alphabet and Pronunciation

Tamil alphabet
Tamil Alphabet of

1. What can people do to learn Tamil language?

People can do many things to learn Tamil language, like they can join formal Tamil language classes, learn through the online resources, travel to the country where speak Tamil, or watch movies in Tamil language.

2. What are the difficulties to learning Tamil language?

There are some difficulties learners may face when learning Tamil. The grammar and other rules need to understood and learned. Vocabulary and pronunciation may also be difficult to learn. Some other challenges could be comparisons with one’s own language which cause an hindrance in learning Tamil language.

3. What is the best way to learn Tamil language?

I think there are many good and effective ways to learn Tamil language. I consider classroom learning the best because we can learn from an expert and also get some practice with our peers, which helps with learning a language faster. If you don't have time, free online courses are also very effective, it's important to be self-aware.

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