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මරු හිරා
05-22-2012, 01:43 PM
Usage of Gotta

“Gotta” can be described as one of the mostly used terms within English as well as this is only used in conversations it should never be used in formal writing under any circumstances unless we are copying somebody’s speech. Originally it is being used instead of “have/has got to” & “have/has got a”. However nowadays it is also being used instead of “got to”

Ex:-
• I have got to go --> I gotta go
• I have got a pen? --> I Gotta pen

It is also being used instead of “have you got a”
• Have you got a phone? --> Gotta phone?

As well now it is also being used instead of “got to”
• I got to complete this project --> I gotta complete this project.
• We got to go --> we gotta go.

Description
• I have got to go home --> I gotta go home (√)
• I got to go home --> I gotta go home (√)
• I have got to go home --> I've gotta go home (√)

The usage of "have got" for "have" expands to the affirmative form of the semi-modal "have to", so you are having the ability to understand the fact that "have got to" is an idiomatic substitute for "have to" which implies “must”. Same theory can be applied to the “has”

Sometimes you might have seen or heard that in fast or less careful speech the contracted "have" ('ve) is glossed over and can barely be heard or sometimes may not be heard at all. Simultaneously, the "got to" will be turned into "gotta". Nowadays using “gotta” instead of “got to” is also being considered as correct.

So now you can understand the fact that all the three sentences can be considered as correct.

මරු හිරා
05-22-2012, 01:44 PM
Catch you --> Catcha

We are having the ability to use the “catcha” instead of catch you. This does not mean about catching a person. This is just like saying “see you”
Ex:-
• I gotta go now, Catcha guyz later.
• Catcha fellaz.

මරු හිරා
05-22-2012, 01:45 PM
Usage of Woulda, Musta , Mighta

Just like the previous lessons coulda & shoulda, it is needed to use the past participle of the verb after the particular word.

Would have -->Woulda

• I woulda passed that exam if I had concentrated on my studies.
• We woulda gone to the destination on time if we had caught the final bus.

Must have--> Musta
• You musta understood something by that lesson.
• He musta got a promotion by now.

Might have --> Mighta
• He mighta seen what happened.
• My wife mighta tried to contact me while I was out
• She mighta told the truth to her husband.

මරු හිරා
05-22-2012, 01:46 PM
Could have--> Coulda

(1) “Coulda” can be used guess about something that did not happen.

Ex:-
• She coulda been killed by the reckless road crossing.
• I coulda been the batch first if i had worked harder.

(2) “Coulda” can be used to criticize something or someone.

Ex:-
• Government coulda given some facilities for the farmers.
• You coulda been with me, but you left me when I needed you most.

(3) “Coulda” can be used to guess about what has happened.

Ex:-
• Jazz coulda told the truth to his wife.
• She coulda gone home earlier.

(4) “Coulda” can be used to talk about possible present situations that have not happened.

Ex:-
• I coulda been earning millions if I had done what my father said.
• Pc-freaks could have been the best computer supplier in the country, but now they got involved with a financial scandal. ( This is just an example sentence)

(5) “Coulda” can be used to talk about somebody or something was capable of doing something but did not do.

Ex:-

• Sam coulda been batch first but he did not face the final exam.

මරු හිරා
05-22-2012, 01:46 PM
Should have-->Shoulda

“Shoulda” is being used instead of “should have”. Remember to use the past participle of the verb after shoulda.

Usages of Shoulda

(1) “shoulda” is being used to talk about the past events or things that did not happen.

• I shoulda studied for that exam.
• We shoulda organized this party better.

(2) “shoulda” is being used to guess about the events that might or might not have happened
• Kaz shoulda been here now.
• I guess your boy shoulda passed that exam.
• Sam shoulda gone home now.

මරු හිරා
05-22-2012, 01:47 PM
Usage of Gotcha

Mainly there are 2 usages of “gotcha”
1. I understand you / I understood you , I comply to you
2. I caught you

Type 1 - I understand you / I understood you, I comply with you

Example 1:-
Andrew: - John did you understand my lesson?
John: - yuh man gotcha.

Example 2:-
Sam:-Did you understand me?
Jane:-I gotcha.

Example 3:-
Captain: - Officer, do you understand the objectives?
Officer: - I gotcha sir.

Example 4:- Dialog from “Dear John” movie (2010)

John: - Can you get this out for me (gives a letter to a soldier asks to mail that letter for him)
Soldier: - Yeah. Yeah

John: - Don’t lose it, all right?
Soldier: - Yeah, I gotcha (Implies that he understood what john said & he will take care about it)

Type 2 – I caught you

Example 1:-
When my brother was going to fall I grabbed by his arm & said “gotcha”

Example 2:-

We can use “gotcha” to mock someone or to make fun of someone after making a fool out that person.

Hanna:- You know what today I met “Arnold Schwarzenegger”.
John:- Wow amazing. Did you talk with him?
Hanna:- Ya
John:- What did he say ?
Hanna:- Gotcha. I was just kidding.

Jenifer: - Av ( I have) got a new boy friend. Um (I’m) sorry we hafta ( have to) break up
Daniel:-Are you serious
Jenifer: - Yuh
Daniel:- All right
Jenifer: - Gotcha, I was just kidding

Example 3:-

If you have caught your friend, opponent, enemy or something we can simply say “gotcha”.

More Examples:-
• Within the movie “Johnny English Reborn” [2011] Pamela (Gillian Anderson) says “gotcha” when she finds Johnny in (1hour, 0 minutes, 07 seconds)

• Within the movie “Adventures of Tin Tin [2011] Tin Tin says “gotcha” when he catches the Sakharine's trained hawk (1 hour , 23 minutes , 10 Seconds)

• If you are playing “Hide & Seek” you can use “gotcha” When you found your friend’s hiding place or when you see him.

Some other usages of “Gotcha”

Gotcha Back
This is mainly being used in 2 types of scenarios

Type1-I gotcha back
This gives a meaning like “I am with you”, “I’ll help you”, I am there for you
Ex:-
• Let’s fight I gotcha back man don’t worry.

Police Officer 1:- Um gonna shoot the terrorists can you cover me up.
Police officer 2:- I gotcha back bro don’t worry.

Type 2-Gotcha Back
This is also being used as a reply for “thank you” or "Good lookin out”.
Person 1:- Thank you for your help bro.
Person 2 : - Gotcha back man, don’t worry.

මරු හිරා
05-22-2012, 01:48 PM
Ways to say I/We don’t have money

Broke(I’m broke, we are broke)
This is a really expression is a really common one. This implies Bankruptcy, Lacking funds, having no money to spend.

Ex:
• Honey I’m sorry to say that we are broke so we can’t afford that much of a big wedding.
The words dead & flat are being used with this word “broke”.
Dead broke & Flat broke
This refers that the particular person is completely without any money.
Ex:
• I’m sorry honey I can’t pay rent this month, I’m dead broke.
• Dear I’m flat broke could you buy me something to eat.
There is a slight difference between I’m broke & I don’t have money. Try to understand the difference by having a look at following examples.

Ex:
• Imagine that you have a lot of money within your bank account. By a mistake you have left your wallet at home. Imagine that you don’t have your bank card also. But imagine that you need to buy lunch. In that kind of a scenario most probably we say “I don’t have money” not I’m broke. In this case you have money within your bank account but currently you don’t have money within your hand. So in this kind of a scenario “I don’t have money” suits better than “I’m broke”.

• Imagine you have to pay you’re your electricity bill but you don’t have money in your hand or within your bank account even. In that kind of a scenario you can use” I’m broke”. Also “I don’t have money” even.

There is an old idiom called “red coin” This is mostly used by British people but nowadays this idiom is not that much being used.

Ex:
• I don’t have a red coin buddy.
My purse/wallet is empty is also can be used for the same kind of a scenario.

මරු හිරා
05-22-2012, 01:49 PM
Usage of Ain’t

Nowadays “ain’t” is mostly being used instead of “is not”, “are not”, “am not”, “has not”, “have not”. But this can be described as a non standard usage however this is also being frequently used by the speakers. (Especially by the Black American people).
Some say that “Ain’t” became into the existence as an attempt to combine the words “am” and “not” in a method similar to the way that “don’t” combines the words “do” and “not. First it is being used as a contraction of am not. Within some of the dialects “ain't” is also being used as a contraction of "did not", “does not" & "do not".

Usage of “Ain’t” Instead of “is not”

Ex:-
• He is not a liar --> He ain’t a liar.
• That is not gonna happen--> That ain’t gonna happen
• Music is not gonna stop--> Music ain’t gonna stop.

Usage of “Ain’t” Instead of “am not”

Ex:-
• I am not doing it --> I ain’t doing it.
• I am not gonna go there--> I ain’t gonna go there.

Usage of “Ain’t” Instead of “are not”

Ex:-
They are not the people you search --> They ain’t the people you search
They are not gonna come to the party--> They ain’t gonna come to the party

Usage of “Ain’t” instead of “have not”

They have not completed the project--> They ain’t completed the project.
I have not got a girlfriend--> I ain’t got a girlfriend.
I have not got any money--> I ain’t got any money.

Some of the English speakers make simple mistakes when they use this form of ain’t.
Those are using “no” instead of “any” & “nothing” instead of “anything”

Description
Type 1 – Use “no” instead of “any”
“I have not got any money” sentence can be described as grammatically correct.
So “I ain’t got any money” can be used although it is considered non standard.
Some people use no instead of any “I ain’t got no money”. This is being considered as a wrong.

Type 2 – Use “nothing” instead of “anything”
“You have not seen anything yet” can be described as grammatically correct.
So “You ain’t seen anything yet” can be used although it is considered non standard.
Some people use nothing instead of anything “You ain’t seen nothing yet”. This is being considered as a wrong.

Usage of “Ain’t” instead of “has not”

Ex:-
She has not been kidnapped--> She ain’t been kidnapped.

මරු හිරා
05-22-2012, 01:50 PM
Usage of Kinda & Sorta

Kind of -->Kinda (Pronounced like Kainda)

Originally kinda is being used instead of “Kind of” as well nowadays “Kinda” is being used in several kinds of the occasions.

Type 1:- Instead of word “Kind of”

• For what kind of movies do you like? --> For what kinda movies do you like?

Type 2:- To a some extent (small), a little

• I like him a little. -->I kinda like him.
• She looks a little like my sis -->She looks kinda like my sis/ She kinda looks like my sis

Type 3:- To some (great) extent

He is kinda cool don’t you think so (If you think he is really cool)
It’s kinda weird I have never ever seen my father like this.

Description :- Difference between the type 2 & type 3

Let’s take the sentence “I kinda like him”
• If you say “I kinda like him” with happiness, fondness or with the positive gestures that implies that you really like him a lot.

• But if you say “I kinda like him” without that much liking so this implies you only like him a little.

Type 4:- Not 100% sure
• I kinda feel that he is the one for me (you feel but I am not 100 % sure)

• I kinda feel that I will fail my exam ( you feel that you will fail exam but you are not 100% sure whether you will pass the exam or not)

Type 5:- To avoid from saying an answer/Not Exactly (as an answer for a question)
“Kinda” is also being used not to give a simple “yes” or “no” answer.

Adam: - Are you & jenifer going out?
David: - Kinda

Sort of -->Sorta

Originally “Sorta” is being used instead of “sort of”.

Both “sorta” & “kinda” can be used in the same kinds of occasions.

For example take “I kinda feel that I will fail my exam” we can say “I sorta feel that I will fail my exam”. Both of the sentences will mean the same.

මරු හිරා
05-22-2012, 01:51 PM
Usage of Kidding

Mainly kidding is referred to joking.

Just kidding
This is being used to express that we are just joking with a person.

Ex:-
Michael: - I saw Sylvester Stallone yesterday

Julian: - really?

Michael: - No man I was just kidding with you.

No Kidding

No Kidding is an idiom as well mainly there are 2 types of usages for it.

Type 1
No kidding is being used to show that we seriously mean what we are saying.
Ex:-
• I want my car back today. No kidding.
• I wanna become a doctor someday. No kidding

Type 2
No kidding is also being used to emphasize that something is true or we agree with something that another person has just said.
Sam: - That movie is awesome.
Patrick: - Hell yuh no kidding

You gotta be kidding me, You gotta be kidding with me

This is just like saying you can’t be serious.

(This is being used to express that we become very surprised or sad at something that a person has just said as well this is also being used to express that we don’t believe what the other person just said)

You’ve got to be kidding me, you must be kidding with me, you are Kidding with me right, Are you kidding with me also can be used in this kind of scenario.
Example

Natalie: - Um gonna go abroad next month
John :- You gotta be kidding me ( If john says this with a sadness that implies that john becomes really upset after hearing that Natalie is going to go abroad)

John :- You gotta be kidding me ( John can say this same sentence with a surprise as well he can use this same sentence to express that he does not believe what Natalie says)

We are only having the ability to understand what the other person really tries to say by the expression & the gesture of the person who uses this.

මරු හිරා
05-22-2012, 01:51 PM
Need to --> Needta , Needa
Both “Needta” & “Needa” are being used instead of “Need to”. “Needta” is the most popular usage.
Ex:-
I need to know the reason --> I needta know the reason.
Do you really need to go there --> DO you really needa go there

මරු හිරා
05-22-2012, 01:52 PM
How to Pronounce I am

(√) This sign shows that the usage or the sentence is correct. (X) This sign shows that the usage or the sentence is incorrect

(1) I am --> Um
We can pronounce I am as “um” in most of the occasions. (When the sentence is started with “I am”)

Ex:-
• I am eighteen years old. --> um eighteen years old. (√)
• I am not hungry. --> um not hungry. (√)

Don’t use “um” when “I am” is being used within the end of the sentence.

Ex:-
• Question: Are you married?
Answer: Yes I am. (√)
Yes um. (X)

මරු හිරා
05-22-2012, 01:53 PM
ow to Pronounce "you are" & "your"

It is better if you can pronounce "ya(r)" instead of the "you are" or "your"

Ex:-

• You are a good person. -->Ya(r) a good person
• What is your name? -->What’z ya(r) name

මරු හිරා
05-22-2012, 01:53 PM
My --> Ma
We can pronounce “my” as “ma” in most of the occasions
• That’s my car --> That’z ma car
• Do you wanna know about my target --> Do you wanna know about ma target

මරු හිරා
05-22-2012, 01:54 PM
Usage of "bout" & "boutcha"

About --> Bout
Ex:-
• Tell me bout his place I wanna know bout it.
• Shall we talk bout something else.

About your --> Boutcha
Ex:-
• Tell me boutchaself.
• Tell me boutcha girl friend.

මරු හිරා
05-22-2012, 01:55 PM
Usage of Typa

Type of --> Typa

Ex:-

• Um not that typa person
• It’z not that typa problem

මරු හිරා
05-22-2012, 01:56 PM
Usage of "Go out"

Mainly there are 2 meanings for “go out”

Type 1
Go to the bars or club to get drunk
• Bro today um really upset shall we go out

Type 2

Start a love affair (Be my boy friend / girl friend) or having an love affair

Ex:-
• Would you like to go out with me (Would you like to be my gf/bf?)
• Do you go out with her? (Are you having an affair with her?)
• Me and Amanda have been going out for months

Example sentence with 2 type of “go out”

You know what man my girl friend is going out with ma best friend. Um pretty sick n tired of my life so today um gonna go out & get wasted.

මරු හිරා
05-22-2012, 01:56 PM
Let me --> Lemme
We can pronounce “let me” as “Lemme”
Ex:-
• Lemme go.
• Lemme think.

මරු හිරා
05-22-2012, 01:57 PM
Usage of Awesome

There are 2 meanings for awesome. They are

Type 1:-Very impressive, fantastic, Incredible
Type 2:- Very difficult or frightening

Data structures & algorithm exam was awesome (If you say this with positive gestures or happily that implies that exam was really easy for you)

Data structures & algorithm exam was awesome (If you say this with a little bit of negative gesture or unhappily that implies that exam was difficult for you)

But nowadays most probably “awesome” is being used to express a type 1 occasion.
• You are awesome.
• A walk to remember is an awesome movie.
• Take you down song of JLS is pretty awesome.

මරු හිරා
05-22-2012, 01:58 PM
Because --> Coz
We are having the ability to pronounce coz instead of “because”.
• I learn well coz I wanna be a doctor someday
• I am not gonna come to the party coz my dad told me not to.

මරු හිරා
05-22-2012, 01:59 PM
Piece of cake (an Idiom)

This idiom is being used to describe a thing that is really easy to do or to describe a person that can be easily defeated.

Type 1:-Really easy thing to do

Ex:-
• Chemistry paper is a piece of cake
• Physics paper must be a piece of cake to John.

Type 2:- A person that can be easily defeated

Imagine that you are a tennis player & now you are going to compete with another person. If you feel the competitor is not going to be a challenge for you, you can say that
“He is a piece of cake”.

මරු හිරා
05-22-2012, 01:59 PM
Another way to pronounce "them".

Them --> ‘em ( pronounced as M or um)

Ex:-
• Let ‘em do it.
• Teach ‘em.
• Please show ‘em the way out.

Example movie title
• Shoot 'Em Up (2007)

Example song titles
• Did It On'em (Nicki Minaj)
• Heard 'em Say (Kanye West ft. Adam Levine)
• Hit 'Em Up (Lil' Wayne)

මරු හිරා
05-22-2012, 02:00 PM
Usage of "Lotsa"

A lot of-->Lotsa
Ex:-
She has a lot of pens in her purse -->She has lotsa pens in her purse.
I have got a lot of problems -->Av got lotsa problems.

මරු හිරා
05-22-2012, 02:00 PM
How to pronounce "I have"

I have --> I’ve --> Av

Please note the fact that “-->” this sign shows the way to pronounce. (√) This sign shows that the usage or the sentence is correct. (X) This sign shows that the usage or the sentence is incorrect

In some of the occasions [when a verb is being used with I have] we are having the ability to pronounce “I have” as “Av” because that sounds better.

• I have completed my assignment --> Av completed my assignment.
• I have watched that movie --> Av watched that movie.
• I have got something to say --> Av got something to say.

But please be vigilant not to use “Av” in following kinds of sentences because if you have used “Av” in such as sentence it is going to sound a little bit strange.

• I have a pen (√)

• Av a pen (X) but Av got a pen (√)

• I have a car (√)

• Av a car (X) but Av got a car (√)

මරු හිරා
05-22-2012, 02:00 PM
How to pronounce Had to

Had to --> Hadta or Hatta

We can pronounce words “had to” as “hadta” or “hatta”.

Ex:-
• I had to repair my computer. --> I hadta repair ma computer.

• We had to complete that assignment --> We hatta complete that assignment

මරු හිරා
05-22-2012, 02:01 PM
Usage of "Outta"

Out of --> outta
“Outta” is being used instead of “out of”. Most probably “outta” is being used in the informal speeches.
Ex:-
• Let’s get outta here.
• I am outta here (I am going to go now or I am leaving now)
• I can’t get you outta my head.
• Will you get outta my house.

Some of the songs:-
Outta this world - (Jason derulo)
Get outta my way – (Kylie minogue)
Outta Control – (Baby Bash)

මරු හිරා
05-22-2012, 02:01 PM
Usages of Gimme

Some usages of gimme will be described right below.
(a) Gimme a hand [ Help me]
We can use “gimme a hand” when we need to use “help me”

Ex:-

Dialog from the movie “Bedazzled”- (2000)

Nicole Delarusso (Female):- Do you wanna gimme a hand
Elliot Richards (Male):-Yeah sure?

(b) Gimme a five
This is being used when some particular person becomes very pleased with something
Ex: -
Person1:- I have got a first class for my degree
Person 2:- Gimme a five pal, Um (I am) really happy bout you man.

(c) Gimme a minute / Gimme sometime
This term is being used to express that the speaker need a little more time
Person 1:- Are you ready. It is getting late we hafta go to the party
Person 2:- Gimme a minute or Gimme sometime

In some occasions we can also use “hold on a second” or “hold on a sec” instead of “Gimme a minute” or “Gimme sometime”.

(d) Don’t gimme that ( I don’t believe you, I don’t accept what you say)
Ex:-
Imagine a person named sam is always come to the office. You will be able to understand the meaning of this term by this dialog
Sam: - Sir today I met with an accident that is why I could not come to the office on time.
Manager: - Sam don’t gimme that

(e) Gimme a break

Mainly this idiom has 3 different meanings. They are
1. Don’t take me for an idiot
2. Stop saying a lie
3. Stop doing something annoying

මරු හිරා
05-22-2012, 02:02 PM
How to pronounce Has to

Has to --> Hazta
We can pronounce words “has to” as “hazta”.

Ex:-
• She has to go abroad. --> She hazta go abroad.
• Sam has to stay at home -->Sam hazta stay at home

මරු හිරා
05-22-2012, 02:02 PM
How to pronounce Have to

We can pronounce words “have to” as “hafta”.

Have to --> Hafta

Ex:-
• We have to go home now. --> we hafta go home right now.
• We have to work hard. --> We hafta work hard.

මරු හිරා
05-22-2012, 02:02 PM
Usage of Wanna

Wanna can be used in 2 ways mainly they are

Want to
&
Want a

Want to --> Wanna
Ex:-
• We want to go home. --> We wanna go home.
• I want to have a bath -->I wanna have a bath now.
• They want to go abroad. --> They wanna go abroad

• He wants to be a superstar --> He wanna be a superstar
(This Sentence is grammatically incorrect but these types of sentences are being used frequently.)

For example Songs like

All She Wanna Do Is Dance ( David Guetta)
She wanna be down ( Sean Paul )
She Wanna Have My Baby ( Game)

Want a --> Wanna
Ex:-
• I want a treat because you --> I wanna treat because you got
got good A/L results good A/L results

මරු හිරා
05-22-2012, 02:03 PM
Usage of Gonna

This can be described as an informal way to express “going to”. We can use “Gonna” instead of “going to”.
Ex:-
• She is going to go abroad next year. --> She’z gonna go abroad next year.
• I am going to buy a new mobile phone. --> Um gonna buy a new mobile phone.
• Kamal is going to sell his car. --> Kamal’z gonna sell his car.

මරු හිරා
05-22-2012, 02:03 PM
Gimme a break

Mainly this idiom has 3 different meanings.

They are

1. Don’t take me for an idiot (Stop saying a lie)
2. Stop doing something annoying (Give a rest)
3. Give an opportunity

It seems number 1 & 2 are same but there is a slight difference between them.

Type 1 – Don’t take me for an idiot
Example 1
Sam:-Can you take these suitcases to upstairs
James: - Gimme a break, they are too heavy why don’t you do it yourself
Example 2
Elliot: But, look, you can't tell. Not even Mom.
Gertie: Why not?
Elliot: Because, uh, grown-ups can't see him. Only little kids can see him.
Gertie: Give me a break!
(Extracted from ET Movie )

Type 2 – (a) Give a Rest
Peter: - Jordan, do you wanna play cricket with us.
Jordan:- No bro
Peter: - Hey man watz wrong with you. Let’s Play
Jordan: - Gimme a break man, Um (I am) really tired bro

Type 2 (b) Stop doing something annoying
Rachel: - Clayne your cheek is so sweet; I really love to pinch them (While pinching the cheeks)
Clayne: - Gimme a break Rachel.

Type 3- Give an opportunity
Steve: - Oh officer can you please gimme a break, only for this time? (With a pleading)
Police Officer: - I am sorry steve I can’t do it.

CREATIVEN
05-22-2012, 02:05 PM
REP ++ BRO..
Keep it UP
Very USEFUL...

මරු හිරා
05-22-2012, 02:06 PM
REP ++ BRO..
Keep it UP
Very USEFUL...

tnx buddy

sujeewa
05-22-2012, 05:06 PM
ela ela thanks

harsha0101
05-22-2012, 05:10 PM
good job :) keep it up
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සෝරෝ
05-22-2012, 05:24 PM
එළ කොල්ලෙක් නේ... :thumbsup:

මරු හිරා
05-22-2012, 09:00 PM
ela ela thanks


good job :) keep it up
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එළ කොල්ලෙක් නේ... :thumbsup:

:) :)

Roshika
05-22-2012, 09:03 PM
Good work!
rep++

මරු හිරා
05-22-2012, 09:09 PM
Good work!
rep++

තැන්කූ..!

CREATIVEN
05-22-2012, 09:22 PM
bumps

මරු හිරා
05-22-2012, 09:25 PM
අපි නොදන්න කඩ්ඩ

Punisher
05-22-2012, 09:32 PM
මරු හිරාගේ මරු වැඩක්

මරු හිරා
05-22-2012, 09:43 PM
මරු හිරාගේ මරු වැඩක්

:thumbsup:

CREATIVEN
05-22-2012, 09:44 PM
අපි නොදන්න කඩ්ඩ

කඩ්ඩ විකුනං කන්ට නොව බෙදාගෙන කන්නට :)

මරු හිරා
05-22-2012, 09:45 PM
කඩ්ඩ විකුනං කන්ට නොව බෙදාගෙන කන්නට :)
අම්මප

CREATIVEN
05-22-2012, 09:51 PM
අම්මප

ජීවිතකාලෙන් වැඩිපුරම ගියපු පංතිය මොකද්ද කියල ඇහුවොත් ලංකාවෙ ඉන්න බහුතරයක් ගියෙත් යන්නෙත් "ඉංග්‍රීසි පංති"
:giggle:

මරු හිරා
05-22-2012, 09:55 PM
ජීවිතකාලෙන් වැඩිපුරම ගියපු පංතිය මොකද්ද කියල ඇහුවොත් ලංකාවෙ ඉන්න බහුතරයක් ගියෙත් යන්නෙත් "ඉංග්‍රීසි පංති"
:giggle:

ඈපගෙ නයිට් ක්ලාස් එකට ගියා නම් හොඳ හොඳ නාකි පොරවල් වගේම ලොකු ලොක්කොත් ඉංග්‍රීසි දන්න තරම දැනගන්න තිබ්බ.. විලිලැජ්ජයි

Punisher
05-22-2012, 09:57 PM
ජීවිතකාලෙන් වැඩිපුරම ගියපු පංතිය මොකද්ද කියල ඇහුවොත් ලංකාවෙ ඉන්න බහුතරයක් ගියෙත් යන්නෙත් "ඉංග්‍රීසි පංති"
:giggle:

ආයෙත් අහලා මම මොනිටිසොරි කාලේ ඉදන් යනවා දැන් අවුරුදු 2කට කලින් මටම එපා වෙලා නැවතුනා

CREATIVEN
05-22-2012, 09:58 PM
ආයෙත් අහලා මම මොනිටිසොරි කාලේ ඉදන් යනවා දැන් අවුරුදු 2කට කලින් මටම එපා වෙලා නැවතුනා

ඒකනේ..http://www.zoom.lk/forums/images/smilies/new3/giggle.gif

මරු හිරා
05-22-2012, 09:59 PM
ආයෙත් අහලා මම මොනිටිසොරි කාලේ ඉදන් යනවා දැන් අවුරුදු 2කට කලින් මටම එපා වෙලා නැවතුනා

මාත් එකවසරෙ ඉඳන්ම යනව.. ඒත් කඩ්ඩ බෑ.. කෙල්ලෙක් එක්ක චැට් කරන්න ගියත් බයිට් වෙනව. මාත් දැන් යන එක නවත්තල

CREATIVEN
05-22-2012, 10:01 PM
ආයෙත් අහලා මම මොනිටිසොරි කාලේ ඉදන් යනවා දැන් අවුරුදු 2කට කලින් මටම එපා වෙලා නැවතුනා

එතුව මේකයි ... බාවිතයක් නැති කම..
ඉංග්‍රීසිය බැරි එකෙක් එන්ගලන්තෙට ගිහිං දැම්මොත් සතියෙන් ඕක හරියාවි මොකද දකින්නෙ, ඇහෙන්නෙ, හැමදේම ඔක නිසා..
නිකම්ම ඉගනගන්නව..

CREATIVEN
05-22-2012, 10:03 PM
මාත් එකවසරෙ ඉඳන්ම යනව.. ඒත් කඩ්ඩ බෑ.. කෙල්ලෙක් එක්ක චැට් කරන්න ගියත් බයිට් වෙනව. මාත් දැන් යන එක නවත්තල

දැන් යන්නෙ නැත්ද.. :O
කවද ඉඳංද නැවතුනේ :P

මරු හිරා
05-22-2012, 10:05 PM
දැන් යන්නෙ නැත්ද.. :O
කවද ඉඳංද නැවතුනේ :P

hapoi dan godak kal.. mata epa una

CREATIVEN
05-22-2012, 10:06 PM
hapoi dan godak kal.. mata epa una

:giggle:

මරු හිරා
05-22-2012, 10:07 PM
:giggle:

අපි නොදන්න කඩ්ඩ

Punisher
05-22-2012, 10:15 PM
එතුව මේකයි ... බාවිතයක් නැති කම..
ඉංග්‍රීසිය බැරි එකෙක් එන්ගලන්තෙට ගිහිං දැම්මොත් සතියෙන් ඕක හරියාවි මොකද දකින්නෙ, ඇහෙන්නෙ, හැමදේම ඔක නිසා..
නිකම්ම ඉගනගන්නව..

අම්මපා...මම දැන් මැක්ස් එකේ ෆිල්ම් ටිවි සිරිස් ටික බලන්න පටන් ගත්තා.එකේ සබ් නෑ නේ.මම බලනවා තේරෙනවද කියලා ඉංග්‍රිසි ෆිල්ම් එකක් ඉංග්‍රිසි සබ් එකක්වත් කැතුව බැලුවම

Punisher
05-22-2012, 10:16 PM
මාත් එකවසරෙ ඉඳන්ම යනව.. ඒත් කඩ්ඩ බෑ.. කෙල්ලෙක් එක්ක චැට් කරන්න ගියත් බයිට් වෙනව. මාත් දැන් යන එක නවත්තල

මම නම් කෙල්ලෝ එක්ක ඉංග්‍රිසියෙන් චැට දාන්නේ නෑ.සිංහලෙන්ම කොටනවා

මරු හිරා
05-22-2012, 10:19 PM
මම නම් කෙල්ලෝ එක්ක ඉංග්‍රිසියෙන් චැට දාන්නේ නෑ.සිංහලෙන්ම කොටනවා

මම නම් දැන් චැට් කරන එකත් නවත්තලා..අමාරුවෙන් හරි කඩ්ඩෙන් චැට් කරා නම් කඩ්ඩ හරි යනව

CREATIVEN
05-22-2012, 10:35 PM
අම්මපා...මම දැන් මැක්ස් එකේ ෆිල්ම් ටිවි සිරිස් ටික බලන්න පටන් ගත්තා.එකේ සබ් නෑ නේ.මම බලනවා තේරෙනවද කියලා ඉංග්‍රිසි ෆිල්ම් එකක් ඉංග්‍රිසි සබ් එකක්වත් කැතුව බැලුවම

තේරෙනව.. අනිව ටික දවසක් යනකොට ..

මරු හිරා
05-22-2012, 10:38 PM
තේරෙනව.. අනිව ටික දවසක් යනකොට ..

owne

Castiel
05-22-2012, 11:11 PM
එළ එළ හිරෝ නියමයි,

MANJU
05-22-2012, 11:42 PM
මලා

මරු හිරා
05-23-2012, 09:48 AM
එළ එළ හිරෝ නියමයි,
තැන්කූ

මලා

කවුද?

මරු හිරා
06-02-2012, 09:29 PM
‎"Bollocks" is a word which is natively Used in Britain! This means 'nonsense' or originally means 'testicles '. This word is also used in idiomatic phrases! For eg: "Bollocks to this!". You could use this to express your opinion. This word is very inappropriate to use in a formal conversation.

usage:
1. Exaggerated truth or blatant lies.
2. Unfathomable rubbish; corporate management speak
3. Term of exasperation, often at having made a mistake

Tom: I bought two cars and ten computers
Abbel: That's bollocks

Mal Baba
06-02-2012, 10:10 PM
maxza bro
superb work

මරු හිරා
06-02-2012, 10:30 PM
maxza bro
superb work


තැන්කූ

pasan ravindu
06-15-2013, 09:24 PM
What is the meaning of maggot???

thilanka mihiranga
06-16-2013, 08:53 PM
බම්ප්

Axio
06-16-2013, 09:26 PM
Thanks for sharing buddy...

prasannalive
06-16-2013, 10:47 PM
English clz for Zoommm.......Elazzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

susantha82
06-16-2013, 11:18 PM
http://cdn.content.sweetim.com/sim/cpie/emoticons/000204AE.gif

shashi1987
06-17-2013, 08:29 AM
:cool:

chathurazeez
06-18-2013, 01:01 PM
බම්ප්