Saturday, 24 September 2016

Tulu Lesson 34: Future Continuous Tense

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Today we are going to learn Future Continuous Tense in Tulu. The Future Continuous Tense used to express a continued or an ongoing action in future. Look at the following sentence:

I will be going

(auxiliary verb ‘will be’ + main verb + ing)

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In Tulu, we use the following structure for the Future Continuous Tense:

Present Gerund + simple future (Simple Present) tense of ‘uppuni/ippuni’

pOvondu + uppuvae = pOvonduppuvae – I will be going (Kannada: nAnu hOgtA irtEne)

yAn pOvonduppuvae – I will be going
I pOvonduppuva – You will be going
Aye/imbe pOvonduppuve – He will be going
Al/mOlu pOvonduppuval – She will be going
au/undu pOvonduppuNDu – It will be going
nama/enkulu pOvonduppuva – We will be going
Ir/nikulu pOvonduppuvar – You will be going
akulu/mokulu/Ar/mEr pOvonduppuver – They will be going
undekulu/aikulu pOvonduppuva – They will be going

yAn baronduppuvae – I will be coming
I baronduppuva – You will be coming
Aye/imbe baronduppuve – He will be coming
Al/mOlu baronduppuval – She will be coming
au/undu baronduppuNDu – It will be coming
nama/enkulu baronduppuva – We will be coming
Ir/nikulu baronduppuvar – You will be coming
akulu/mokulu/Ar/mEr baronduppuver – They will be coming
undekulu/aikulu baronduppuva – They will be coming

Examples:

Tulu: yAn nikk kAtonduppuvae
English: I will be waiting for you
Kannada: nAnu ninage kAytA irtEne

Tulu: ellae It portugu yAn parIkshae bareyonduppuvae
English: This time tomorrow I will be writing exam
Kannada: nALe ishTu hottige nAnu parIkshe bareyuttA iretEne

Tulu: mast jana baronduppuvera?
English: Will lots of people be coming?
Kannada: tumbA jana bartA irtAra?

Tulu: akulu bayya El gaNTeg TV tUvonduppuver
English: They will be watching TV at 7 o’clock in the evening
Kannada: avaru sanje ELu gaNTege TV nODuttA irtAre

Tulu: jOkulu bayyag gobbonduppuva
English: Children will be playing in the evening
Kannada: makkaLu sanje ADtA irtAre

Tulu: Aye dAda maltonduppuve?
English: What will he be doing?
Kannada: avanu Enu mADtA irtAne?

Tulu: pakkilu bAnoDu rAvonduppuva
English: Birds will be flying in the sky
Kannada: hakkigaLu AkAshadalli hArtA irtave

Tulu: akulu ain gaNTae muTa Odonduppuver
English: They will be studying until 5 o'clock.
Kannada: avaru aidu gaNTevarege OdtA irtAre

Tulu: yAn teacher bannenge gobbonduppuvae
English: I will be playing until teacher comes.
Kannada: nAnu teacher baruva varege ADtA irtEne


Negative forms:

Negative forms in future continuous tense can be formed by using the negative form of the auxiliary verb ‘uppuni/ippuni’ in simple future tense (simple present)

Present Gerund + simple future (Simple Present) tense of ‘uppuni/ippuni’

pOvondu + uppujae = pOvonduppujae – I will not be going (Kannada: nAnu hOgtA iralla)

Tulu: yAn nikk kAtonduppujae
English: I will not be waiting for you
Kannada: nAnu ninage kAytA iralla

Tulu: ellae It portugu Ir Odonduppujar
English: This time tomorrow you will not be reading  
Kannada: nALe ishTu hottige nIvu OdtA irallla

Tulu: akulu Aji gaNTae muTa kAtonduppujer
English: They will not be waiting until 6 o'clock.
Kannada: avaru Aru gaNTevarege kAytA iralla

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