Hey guys, Typing Tamil language is very easy. Don’t you believe me? Just follow the steps given below and then ask yourself if it was easy or not!
- Type the words in english which you want to convert in Tamil.
- Put space after every word, if you won’t put the space then it will not convert into Tamil.
- You can use all the special characters from the bar above the content box.
- Copying a paragraph and pasting it here doesn’t work, so please keep this in mind while typing on typing monster.
So, I hope it is easy for you now, Let’s dive deep into the importance and other details about Tamil language.
Importance of Tamil language
Tamil is the official language of India as well as Singapore and Sri lanka. Tamil was derived from Proto-Dravidian language and is known as it’s descendant.
Earliest Tamil inscriptions are found to be of 2nd century BC. It is the most ancient Non-Sanskrit Indian literature. Tamil is declared as the classical language of India in 2004.
Tamil is spoken by more than 80 million people all over the world and mostly in 3 countries given above. It comes from the Dravidian language family. It is one of the 4 most spoken southern languages i.e. Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam. The most spoken Dravidian language is Telugu while the most oldest language is Tamil. If you’re amazed by the sweetness if Telugu language the do check English to Telugu typing converter.
Types of Tamil language
Tamil language is of 3 types:
- Old Tamil
- Middle Tamil
- Modern Tamil
Old Tamil language
Old tamil language is the language spoken during 3rd to 8th century BC. As the name suggests, It is the oldest form of Tamil language.
Sangam literature is a literature written in Old Tamil which is still present.
Middle Tamil language
Middle Tamil is the median between the Old and Modern Tamil and had few grammatical changes when compared to Old Tamil language. It was used till 11th century.
Modern Tamil language
The modern Tamil language has many changes as compared to Old Tamil and is spoken nowadays.
Tamil language has a wide range of dialects spread all over the states or countries. It is divided on socioeconomic as well as geographic basis.
Commonly used Tamil dialects are:
- Central Tamil dialect
- Kongu Tamil
- Madras Bashai
- Madurai Tamil
- Nellai Tamil
- Kumari Tamil
- Sankethi Tamil
In Sri lanka:
- Batticaloa Tamil
- Jaffna Tamil
- Negombo Tamil
- Malaysian Tamil
Use of English to Tamil converter
Tamil is so widely spoken in southern India that it is a very good optional language to learn and use. I personally love the accent of their people. The language is widely used in southern states mainly Tamil Nadu and can be used for residents over there.
The residents can use this converter to make projects or applications etc., Some people can talk in Tamil but can’t write because of such a hard to write language. It can be useful for people like them.
Just type whatever you want in English and it will be converted to Tamil.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is it error free?
We try our best to make this tool error free but still there could be some minimal errors in it. You can achieve 99% accuracy from this tool.
I am unable to convert English to Tamil!
If you are unable to convert then please check the internet connection and please check if you are following the steps correctly or not.
We regularly check the tool for bugs but still if there is any error, we would love to help you out.
Can I translate language from this tool?
As of now, You can’t translate the language. The tool is just capable to convert the language but we are working to help you translate languages also in future updates.
Hope you got answers to all your questions, if you still feel to ask something then please comment below.