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      CharlesMug
      (Brunei Darussalam)
      Hello. And Bye. Motor g893r3978wu0ed927w3trf38wr973 iphone


      IvanJou
      (Usa)
      http://recoverperu.org


      Nikhil
      (Kapu)
      Very good! Maybe include a grammar guide?


      Althia
      (Mangalore)
      dsfsregreg


      Austin Carvalho
      (Goa)
      my suggestion is whether we could get a clear translation....


      divya
      (mangalore)
      Arranging a certificate course in konkani would be of great help in learning and appreciating spoken konkani, since speaking konkani is slightly different from its devanagari script.


      Suresh Shenoy
      (Pune)
      Do we have konkani in devnagri script book ( gtrammaer) for my grand daughter


      Suresh Pararth Mallya
      (Hyderabad)
      Sincere urge , let me know if there is a GSB konkan magazine thats available for subscription. I got a name Panchakadayi, but not available.


      nelson
      (Goa)
      ENGLISH TO KONKANI good morning शुभोदय (shubhodaya ) = good morning (Jayadeva Bhat) This is what your site translate all the time. and second thing, your code always same "scre" no changes!!


      nelson
      (Goa)
      ENGLISH TO KONKANI good morning शुभोदय (shubhodaya ) = good morning (Jayadeva Bhat) This is what your site translate all the time. and second thing, your code always same "scre" no changes!!


      nelson
      (Goa)
      Change your site or page description proper Lol. this is not for konkani language site, please Dont make full our Goan people please and remember our goan Language is Konkani not marathi or konkan language. keep that in your mind please.


      Ivan
      (Mumbai)
      Good. Great Going. Would request you to write the Konkani words in kannada script or devanagiri script as it is easier to read and understand (the way it is written, the same way it is pronounced).


      Irsha Dhond
      (Mumbai-Thane)
      I want to learn goan konkani please help me out with some classes in mumbai.


      Jagadeesh
      (Thane, India)
      Sugar=Paindaar (Kerala konkanis)


      Jagadeesh
      (Thane , India)
      Rice ( uncooked) is called WOROVU in Cochin,alleppy etc.Kerala. once cooked it is sheeth or pej ( kanji or gruel)


      mayank dhyani
      (new delhi )
      i need to a konkani language teacher


      Dennis Gutowski
      (merrill, wi)
      Bible based literature is now available in Konkani here: http://wol.jw.org/gom/wol/h/r244/lp-kt


      chaitaly
      (vashi)
      i have to learn to speak kokani GSB language fluently .


      arisha kamath
      (chembur - mumbai)
      I m GSb kokani after marriage. My mother tounge is malvani. Only some words r similar in malvani n kokani language. But still i cannot understand some words of konkani n not able to speak fluently.. can u help me


      James Goveas
      (Karkala)
      Kindly let me know whether your website in meant for only caste Konkani,and christians cannot participate.


      James
      (Karkala)
      Your website speaks only of GSB konkani.Many Christians speak Konkani. I reques you to let me know I being a Konkani lover and speaker can be a guest. Thank you.


      Manjeshwar G. Kamath
      (Atlanta USA)
      Good time to reunite Konkani families and friends attend Sammelan in Atlanta on July 1-3, 2016 Visit www.konkanisammelan.org


      Beena Puthalat Shenoy
      (400709)
      want to learn to speak konkani


      Govindraj Shenoy
      (Mumbai)
      Hi There, I loved your proverb section and i could identify with most of those proverbs as they were frequently used by my Bapamma at home. i have a few more to add to your exhaustive list. hope to see them included soon. 1. Visha Pariksha Kon Gheuchi (who will taste and see poison). 2. Bhikarya Ushya Poli (a Beggar with a bread at his pillow, will keep thinking about eating it). 3. Tel Virkalelo radta and Narlu Virkalelo radta. (its ok if one cries over spilled oil why should some one act like crying over spilled coconut). 4. Javilya Vatyan haggu naza. (once should not desecrate where one eats). 5. Pottak Sheet Khata ki Gu. (Better not explain this one). 6. Vagha Vhonti Doodh. (A task as difficult and risky (not worth) like Milking a tiger). 7. Umati Kalashyari Uddak. (non fruitful like pouring water over a upturned pot). 8. Chardu Pashi Vaara Whoda. (Giving importance to unnecessary things, or making tall tales) 9. Alpa Bhagya Ailyari. (the actions of a unworthy persons if they suddenly become rich). 10. Doodh Pilele cheradu vanchana tar Vishya Pilele vanta ve. (even good intentions do not guarantee positive outcome, then if the intentions are bad the outcome shall surely be bad. 11. Peja vailyan Sheetar Yeucha. (to move from a poor state to a bit better state of being). 12. Buddhanta Teen Kaden. (being extra smart can get u into 3 fold trouble, this proverb is related to a small story). well there are many more I would love to share and all are unique to different regions of our origin so is fun to see them all at one place... Cheers


      Hitesh Sabnis
      (Mumbai)
      I want to learn konkani as it my mother tongue. When I visit our Shantadurga temple in kalve math the priests also speak the same


      marian francis
      (kolkata)
      i want to speak konkani please help me. regard marian francis


      Chaitra
      (Bangalore)
      hey i need a teacher who can teach me gsb konkani language..can anyone help me with this?


      georgejones
      (uk)
      http://www.realsmokefree.co.uk


      Rebeca
      (xfKwxrGZTW1)
      The real estate is one scetor that features as one of the most badly hit scetors following the global economic meltdown. Especially in developing countries like India, where real estate was going great guns, so to say, faced a steep downfall following the recession and inflation. Especially in the metros and the developing cities like Bangalore, real estate suffered dearly as the demand for the residential units, though increasing became a pent up demand. The badly hit economy particularly the IT scetor that has a strong foothold in Bangalore, and the high rates of interest in home loans made the demand for residential units go down or at best become a pent up demand. It is believed that once the situation stabilizes the demands would start surfacing. Another very problematic issue that the real estate dealers are facing is that patrons of the currently booked flats are not willing to pay the original price that they had agreed on but the current price that is less than the original amount owing to the current economic condition. Not only the residential units but the commercial properties like the have also naturally seen a drop in their occupancy. The that registered the highest occupancy, as high as 83%, have been forced to cut down on their tariffs by almost 20% as the occupancy has also gone down by 20%. On the contrary, the are surviving the tough times as the number of business travelers has not been affected as hard as the umber of leisure hotels. The have seen a hike owing to the obvious reasons.


      Ganesh Shenoy
      (mumbai)
      want to learn GSB kokani


      Aruna
      (Mumbai)
      Looking out for konkani tutor


 
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