Verb Quiz #3 Verb Quiz #3 Important! 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 does ‘ba∙lan∙né nǣ’ mean? “not looking” or “don’t look” “not pulling ” or “don’t pull” “not pushing ” or “don’t push” Which of the following is TRUE about present-tense (negative) verbs in spoken Sinhala? We use a half-Scottish half-Nigerian accent when pronouncing present-tense (negative) verbs. We use the SAME WORD for both present-continuous and simple-present (negative) verbs. We use different words for the present-continuous and simple-present (negative) verbs. What do the verbs ‘kan∙né nǣ’ and ‘bon∙né nǣ’ mean? “not eating” & “not drinking” “not pulling” & “not pushing” “not Instagramming” & “not Facebooking” What is the Sinhala verb for “not learning”? ka∙thaa kȧ∙ran∙né nǣ i∙gé∙nȧ gan∙né nǣ dhén∙né nǣ Of the following, which do you guess is the Sinhala present-tense (POSITIVE) verb “pushing” or “push”? o∙yaa thal∙lu kȧ∙rȧ∙nȧ∙va ba∙lȧ∙nȧ∙va How would you say “I am not pushing the table”? ma∙mȧ mḗ∙sȧ∙yȧ thal∙lu kȧ∙ran∙né nǣ ma∙mȧ sin∙hȧ∙lȧ i∙gé∙nȧ gan∙né nǣ ma∙mȧ ba∙lan∙né nǣ [Required] Email Time is Up!