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  • Hearth, H.M.N.D.; Ranathunga, R.A.U.M.; Amarasooriya, Y.W.S.N. (Department of Linguistics, University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka, 2016)
    The Sinhalese language which belongs to the Indo-Aryan language family and the Tamil language which belongs to the Dravidian language family have been co-existing and interacting in different social situations and contexts ...
  • Subramaniam, A. (The Third International Conference on Linguistics in Sri Lanka, ICLSL 2017. Department of Linguistics, University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka., 2017)
    The dearth of qualified translators and interpreters is a major hurdle to the implementation of the official languages policy, with a pressing need for them in courts, provincial councils and local authorities. The cadre ...
  • Yomali, G.; Dissananyake, S.; Jayathissa, H. (Department of Linguistics, University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka, 2016)
    Many Sinhalese native speakers learn Tamil as a second language. However speakers of Sinhalese language often make mistakes while learning Tamil. The aim of the research is to bring into discussion the problem faced by ...
  • Bandara, H.M.S.M.; Pathmasiri, P.S.S.; de Silva, Y.G.H.S. (Department of Linguistics, University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka, 2016)
    Sinhalese and Tamillanguages are used as official languages in Sri Lanka. It is apparent that both these languages have had a great amount of influence on each other. Linguistics borrowing into both languages can be ...
  • Palanirajan, G. (Department of Linguistics, University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka, 2016)
    The aim of the study is to analyse reciprocal comprehension between Tamil and Sri Lankan Tamil native speakers. The languages Tamil and Sri Lankan Tamil are commonly regarded as two particularly closely related members of ...
  • Bonta, S.C. (Faculty of Graduate Studies, University of Kelaniya, 2015)
    Negombo Fishermen‘s Tamil (hereafter NFT) and Sri Lanka Gypsy Telugu (hereafter SLGT) are two less-studied Dravidian dialects from very different sociological contexts in majority Sinhalese areas of Sri Lanka. Both of ...
  • Senthuran, S. (Department of Linguistics, University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka, 2016)
    Sri Lankan nation consists of varied cultures, languages and religions. Tamil and Sinhala are the major languages spoken in Sri Lanka. Sinhala belongs to the Indo-Aryan language family and Tamil belongs to the Dravidian ...
  • Maithripalal, H.K.D.P.B.; Mallawaarachchi, M.A.S.P.K.; Kaushalya, A.S.R. (Department of Linguistics, University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka, 2016)
    Tarnil and Sinhalese are the major languages in Sri Lanka. Sinhalese belongs to the Indo-Aryan language family and Tamil belongs to the Dravidian language family. Tenses play a main role in a language. Tenses express the ...
  • Munasinghe, P.A.A.D. (1st International Studies Students’ Research Symposium-2017 (ISSRS 2017) ,Department of International Studies, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka., 2017)
    War is so common in the world today, and especially in the third world countries. Many countries in the world are engulfed by war. Civil war, ethnic war, cold war, identity wars have been the cause of ruining human ...

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