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77 [seventy-seven]

giving reasons 3


77 [எழுபத்து ஏழு]

காரணம் கூறுதல் 3


Why aren’t you eating the cake?
நீங்கள் ஏன் கேக் சாப்பிடாமல் இருக்கிறீர்கள்?
nīṅkaḷ ēṉ kēk cāppiṭāmal irukkiṟīrkaḷ?
I must lose weight.
நான் என் எடையை குறைக்க வேண்டும்.
Nāṉ eṉ eṭaiyai kuṟaikka vēṇṭum.
I’m not eating it because I must lose weight.
எடையைக் குறைப்பதற்காக நான் இதை சாப்பிடாமல் இருக்கிறேன்.
Eṭaiyaik kuṟaippataṟkāka nāṉ itai cāppiṭāmal irukkiṟēṉ.
Why aren’t you drinking the beer?
நீங்கள் ஏன் பியர் குடிக்காமல் இருக்கிறீர்கள்?
Nīṅkaḷ ēṉ piyar kuṭikkāmal irukkiṟīrkaḷ?
I have to drive.
நான் வண்டி ஓட்டவேண்டும்.
Nāṉ vaṇṭi ōṭṭavēṇṭum.
I’m not drinking it because I have to drive.
நான் வண்டி ஓட்ட வேண்டும் என்பதால் பியர் குடிக்க வில்லை.
Nāṉ vaṇṭi ōṭṭa vēṇṭum eṉpatāl piyar kuṭikka villai.
Why aren’t you drinking the coffee?
நீ ஏன் காபி குடிக்காமல் இருக்கிறாய்?
Nī ēṉ kāpi kuṭikkāmal irukkiṟāy?
It is cold.
அது ஆறி இருக்கிறது.
Atu āṟi irukkiṟatu.
I’m not drinking it because it is cold.
காபி ஆறி இருப்பதால் நான் குடிக்கவில்லை.
Kāpi āṟi iruppatāl nāṉ kuṭikkavillai.
Why aren’t you drinking the tea?
நீ ஏன் டீ குடிக்காமல் இருக்கிறாய்?
Nī ēṉ ṭī kuṭikkāmal irukkiṟāy?
I have no sugar.
என்னிடம் சக்கரை இல்லை.
Eṉṉiṭam cakkarai illai.
I’m not drinking it because I don’t have any sugar.
நான் டீ குடிக்காமல் இருக்கிறேன் ஏனென்றால் என்னிடம் சக்கரை இல்லை.
Nāṉ ṭī kuṭikkāmal irukkiṟēṉ ēṉeṉṟāl eṉṉiṭam cakkarai illai.
Why aren’t you eating the soup?
நீங்கள் ஏன் ஸூப் குடிக்காமல் இருக்கிறீர்கள்?
Nīṅkaḷ ēṉ sūp kuṭikkāmal irukkiṟīrkaḷ?
I didn’t order it.
நான் அதற்கு ஆர்டர் செய்யவில்லை.
Nāṉ ataṟku ārṭar ceyyavillai.
I’m not eating it because I didn’t order it.
நான் அதற்கு ஆர்டர் செய்யாததால் இதை சாப்பிடாமல் இருக்கிறேன்.
Nāṉ ataṟku ārṭar ceyyātatāl itai cāppiṭāmal irukkiṟēṉ.
Why don’t you eat the meat?
நீங்கள் ஏன் இறைச்சி சாப்பிடாமல் இருக்கிறீர்கள்?
Nīṅkaḷ ēṉ iṟaicci cāppiṭāmal irukkiṟīrkaḷ?
I am a vegetarian.
நான் ஒரு சைவ உணவி.
Nāṉ oru caiva uṇavi.
I’m not eating it because I am a vegetarian.
நான் இறைச்சி சாப்பிடவில்லை ஏனென்றால் நான் ஒரு சைவ உணவி.
Nāṉ iṟaicci cāppiṭavillai ēṉeṉṟāl nāṉ oru caiva uṇavi.

Gestures help with the learning of vocabulary

When we learn vocabulary, our brain has a lot of work to do. It must store every new word. But you can support your brain in learning. This is achieved through gestures. Gestures help our memory. It can remember words better if it processes gestures at the same time. A study has clearly proven this. Researchers had test subjects study vocabulary. These words didn't really exist. They belonged to an artificial language. A few words were taught to the test subjects with gestures. That is to say, the test subjects didn't just hear or read the words. Using gestures, they imitated the meaning of the words as well. While they studied, their brain activity was measured. Researchers made an interesting discovery in the process. When the words were learned with gestures, more areas of the brain were active. In addition to the speech center, sensomotoric areas showed activity as well. This additional brain activity influences our memory. In learning with gestures, complex networks form. These networks save the new words in multiple places in the brain. Vocabulary can be processed more efficiently this way. When we want to use certain words our brain finds them faster. They are also stored better. It's important, however, that the gesture is associated with the word. Our brain recognizes when a word and gesture don't go together. The new findings could lead to new teaching methods. Individuals that know little about languages often learn slowly. Perhaps they will learn easier if they imitate the words physically…

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