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The Verb “Give” In Sinhala | Sinhala Verb Basics

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Here’s what I mean by “Give”:

 

“Give” (verb):

To hand over possession of something to someone (e.g. “I’m giving him a present” or “I’m giving him permission”)

 

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The Verb “Go” | Sinhala Verb Basics

Sinhala Verb Go

 

“Go” can mean so many things, including (believe it or not) “using the bathroom”. But in this post, this is what I’ll mean when I say “Go”:

 

“Go” (verb):

Either to move or travel from one place to another (e.g. “I’m going to Sri Lanka”); or

To leave or depart from some place (e.g. “It’s late, I have to go”).

 

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The Verb “Take” | Sinhala Verb Basics

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So here’s what I mean by “Take” in this post:

 

“Take” (verb):

Either to grasp something (e.g. “Take my hand”); or

To remove something or someone from a particular location (e.g. “Take the money from my wallet”); or

To consume something (e.g. “Take medicine”).

 

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The Verb “Come” | Sinhala Verb Basics

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So here’s what I mean by “Come” in this post:

 

“Come” (verb):

To arrive at a place; or

For something or someone to move towards the speaker.

 

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The Verb “Do” | Sinhala Verb Basics

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So here’s what I mean by “Do” in this post:

 

“Do” (verb):

To perform an action. (Duh…)

 

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