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Kannada is a Dravidian language that is spoken by approximately 45 million people in the Karnataka region of India. Kannada is one of the oldest recorded languages and it has gone through many changes throughout its history. Kannada is not a language that is often taught outside of India. As such, if you want to learn Kannada, you will likely be working by yourself. Learning a new language on your own can be extremely challenging. If you are interested in learning more about the language, it may be beneficial to work with a Kannada tutor. If you have been looking for "Kannada tutoring near me," feel free to contact Varsity Tutors so that we can help you connect with a Kannada tutor.
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The Kannada writing system is rather complex. The alphabet is made up of 49 letters. These 49 letters are broken up into three different categories, including vowels, consonants, and letters that are neither vowels nor consonants. There are 13 vowels, 34 consonants, and two letters that are considered neither. However, the writing system consists of much more than the 49 letters in the alphabet because it is possible to combine characters together to create compound characters. The language is also syllabic, which means that the language consists of symbols that represent the syllables. All of this makes learning Kannada very difficult for English speakers because most aspects of the language are likely completely different than anything English speakers are used to.