Verb Quiz #2 Verb Quiz #2Important! To instantly receive the next lesson, make sure you answer all the questions and enter the same email address you regularly use with my site. What do the verbs ‘ka∙nȧ∙va’ and ‘bo∙nȧ∙va’ mean? “eating” & “drinking” “pulling” & “pushing” “extrapolating” & “photosynthesizing” Which of the following is NOT TRUE about the verb form in spoken Sinhala? Unlike in English, in spoken Sinhala, the verb form DOESN'T CHANGE regardless of who or what is doing the action. The one doing the action could be singular, plural, masculine, feminine, inanimate, or living, it doesn't matter. The verb form ALWAYS STAYS THE SAME. Every Sinhala verb form ends with “ooga-chaka-ooga-ooga”. What is the Sinhala verb for “speaking”? ka∙thaa kȧ∙rȧ∙nȧ∙va i∙gé∙nȧ gan∙nȧ∙va dhé∙nȧ∙va Which of the following is TRUE about present-tense verbs in spoken Sinhala? Every present-tense positive verb ends with the theme music from “My fair lady”. Every present-tense positive verb ends with: ‘nȧ∙va’. Every present-tense verb ends with a loud bang. Of the following, which do you guess is the Sinhala present-tense verb “pulling”? a∙dhi∙nȧ∙va ba∙lȧ∙nȧ∙va bi∙mȧ How would you say “I pull the chair”? ma∙mȧ bi∙mȧ ba∙lȧ∙nȧ∙va ma∙mȧ sin∙hȧ∙lȧ ka∙thaa kȧ∙rȧ∙nȧ∙va ma∙mȧ pu∙tu∙wȧ a∙dhi∙nȧ∙va [Required] Email Time is Up!