Third person addressing in Kannada | Triteeya purusha Kannada

Through this lesson learn third person addressing or addressing someone else who is not directly involved in the conversation. Third person addressing is known as "Triteeya purusha" in Kannada. Learn words and short sentences which illustrates the third person addressing. Learn spoken Kannada through English using this lesson.

Third person addressing in Kannada | Triteeya purusha Kannada

He: Avanu | Ivanu (Male)
She: Avalu | Ivalu (Female)
They: Avaru | Ivaru (plural or with respect)
That: Aa | Adu (things or animals or birds)
This: Ee | Idu (things or animals or birds)
For example,
He went to school : Avanu shaalege hoda..
She went to market: Avalu market ge hodalu..
They played cricket: Avaru cricket adidaru..
That is my house: Adu nanna mane | Aa mane nannadu
This is my bag: Idu nanna bag | Ee bag nannadu


His: Avana | Ivana (Male)
Her: Avala | Ivala (Female)
Their: Avara | Ivara (plural or with respect)
It's: Idara (things or animals or birds)
That's: Adara (things or animals or birds)
For example, 
This is his house : Idu avana mane.. 
This is her book: Idu avala pusthaka.. 
This is their school: Idu avara school..

From him: Avaninda | Ivalinda (Male)
From her: Avalinda | Ivalinda (Female)
From them: Avarinda | Ivarinda (plural or with respect)
From this: Idarinda (things or animals or birds)
From that: Adarinda (things or animals or birds)
For example,
I got a pen from him: Nanage avaninda ondu pennu sikkithu.. 
I came to know the right way from her: Nanage avalinda sariyada daari sikkithu.. 
He got a party from them: Avanige avarinda party sikkithu..

For him | To him: Avanige | Ivanige (Male)
For her | To her: Avalige | Ivalige (Female)
For them | To them: Avarige | Ivarige (plural or with respect)
For this: Idakke (things or animals or birds)
For that: Adakke (things or animals or birds)
For example, 
This is for him | Give it to him : Idu avanige | Idannu avanige kodu.. 
This is for her | Send this to her: Idu avalige | Idannu avalige kaluhisu.. 
This is for them | I gave it to them: Idu avarige | Naanu avarige kotte..

(note: Avalu | avanu | avaru | adu is to address the person (or things) who is away and Ivalu | Ivanu | Ivaru | Idu is to address the person (or things) who is nearby)

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