Author: Krishna Gopal VikalAmitabh Dhingra/Translator(s)/ Edito: Gouripati Rao / C ChethunaPublisher: DiamondYear: 2007Language: multilingualPages: 158ISBN/UPC (if available): 8128811886
The book primarily attempts to introduce those whose mother tongueis not Telugu to learning of Telugu by the most natural and the simplest method. It adopts the scientific approach, introducing alphabets, words, sentences in that order and application of these in the most common situations of daily life. Situational sentences and conversational sentences selected for the book reflect the maximum possible commonness of India languages and Indian culture.
PART 1- ALPHABETWelcome you allAlphabetConsonants How to Write AlphabetVowels & Their Abbreviated FormsConjunctsThe Parts of speechGender NumberCases & Declention of NounsPART 2- WORDSPronoun AdjectiveVerb Tense (1)Tense (2)Voice Casual VerbsIndeclinableCardinal NumeralsErrors in spellingsPART 3-CLASSIFIED SENTENCES Useful expressionsImperative Sentences Present TenseFuture TensePast Tense (1)Past Tense (2)Interrogative Sentences (1)Interrogative Sentences (2)Interrogative Sentences (3)Negative Sentences PART 4- SITUATIONAL SENTENCESAt HomeShopping CraftsmenFoods & DrinksHotel & restaurant Post Office/Telephone/BankWhile TravellingHealth & HygieneWeatherTimePART 5- CONVERSATION Let us talkBetween Two FriendsAbout MoneyOn the BusAsking the Way Making A TripThe Villager & The UrbaniteThe doctor & The PatientSelf-introductionAPPENDIXIdioms & proverbs Telugu-English DictionarySome Important Telugu Verbs