Language Challenge 180: Tamil

by Corey · 3 comments

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This is the Language Challenge 180 page for Tamil. If you are working on this language, please leave a comment below letting other speakers know a little about you and your language skills. Also tell us who will be working on this language (you, your child, etc.) and what you hope to achieve.

Please leave comments with resources that you recommend in this language (online language learning, fun websites, good books in the language, online TV programming, audio programs, online stores where products in the language can be purchased, etc.).

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  • Coming soon! Tell us what resources you recommend for learning this language (in the comment section below) and we will add them here!

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{ 3 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Tracey March 7, 2012 at 5:58 pm

Would love to here from Tamil speakers – I do know one or two but hope to adopt from India and maybe it will be helpful in the future once we knw what part of the country the children will come from.


2 Maria May 27, 2012 at 9:18 pm

I am not a native speaker but I am married to one. Unfortunately, the only resources I have found for children were aimed at literacy and not language learning. I would love to find some.


3 Kulam Shanmugam December 13, 2013 at 2:35 am

Tamil is used as a first language in the Southern part of India (Tamil Nadu), Sri Lanka, Malaysia and Singapore. Tamil is taught as a heritage language in many countries where a large number of Tamil people have settled in recent times. In Canada and Australia, steps are being taken to introduce Tamil language at university level.


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