One of my favorite things about India (besides its incredible food, of course) is the kindness and hospitality of its people. I’m always blown away by their generosity and willingness to share their culture with me and teach me things I didn’t know, including their languages! It’s little things like that that make these trips so special and I’m glad I got to share these awesome experiences with my buddy Sam from Samuel & Audrey.

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After two days of amazing food and sightseeing around with our friend and amazing guide, Deepak, we decided to hang out for a bit with some food and beers while he taught me some common words and phrases in the local , , which is also India’s oldest and the root of a lot of the other languages spoken in the country!

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Here all of the words and phrases Deepak taught me in Tamil:

-What’s up/How are you?
-Are you good?
-Nice to meet you
-Where are you from?
-What do you do (career)?
-What are you doing?
-What is your name?
-Do you have beer/alcohol?
-Lord Shiva
-Beautiful woman
-I love you
-Transport (4 wheel)
-One million
-I am drunk
-Where is the bathroom?
-Welcome to Chennai

I hope you enjoyed this crash course in the Tamil language! If you liked this video, please give it a thumbs up. How did I do? If there are any Indian language words or phrases you think I should know, leave me a comment below, and don’t forget to subscribe to my channel and hit the notification bell so you don’t miss out on any of my future travel and food adventures!

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