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I go with you there
«ÕÊ ªÃÅŒ©ðx, ®¾¢¦µÇ-†¾-º©ðx phrasal verbs ÊÕ ®¾«á-*-ÅŒ¢’à …X¾-§çÖ-Tæ®h «ÕÊ „Ãœä ƒ¢Tx†ý ®¾£¾Ç-•¢’à …¢{Õ¢C. ¨ „ê½¢ ÂíEo phrasal verbsÊÕ …ŸÄ-£¾Ç-ª½-º© ®¾£¾É-§ŒÕ¢Åî ¯äª½Õa-¹עŸÄ¢!

Manoj: What sets Girish apart is his readiness to help others whenever he can. That way he is really great. (TK†ý ÅŒÊÂ¹× O©-ªá-Ê-X¾Ûp-œ¿©Çx ƒÅŒ-ª½Õ-©Â¹× ²Ä§ŒÕ¢ Í䮾Öh¯ä …¢šÇœ¿Õ. ‚ NŸµ¿¢’à „Ãœ¿Õ ’íX¾p-„Ãœ¿Õ).

Arjun: I go with you there. He has helped me on quite a few occasions too. (FÅî ¯äÊÕ \ÂÌ-¦µ¼-N-²ÄhÊÕ. ¯Ã¹؈œÄ ÆÅŒÊÕ ²Ä§ŒÕ¢ Íä®ÏÊ ®¾¢Ÿ¿-ªÃs´©Õ ÍÃ©Ç¯ä …¯Ãoªá)

Manoj: The point I am trying to drive at is his disappointing Srihari when he most needed his help. (¯äÊÕ ÍçæXp¢-Ÿ¿ÕÂ¹× “X¾§ŒÕ-Ao-®¾ÕhÊoŸä¢{¢˜ä ¡£¾Ç-JÂË ÆÅŒE ²Ä§ŒÕ¢ ÆÅŒu¢ÅŒ Æ«-®¾-ª½-„çÕi-Ê-X¾Ûpœ¿Õ ÆÅŒEo EªÃ-¬Á-X¾-ª½-ÍÃ-œ¿E).

Arjun: But Srihari, you remember, turned his back on Girish when he wanted a small favour from him in the matter of some information. (’¹Õª½Õh¢C ¹ŸÄ F¹×, ŠÂ¹-²ÄJ TK-†ý-êÂŸî ®¾«Ö-Íê½¢ ÂÄÃLq «*a-Ê-X¾Ûpœ¿Õ, ¡£¾ÇJ ‚ ®¾£¾É§ŒÕ¢ Í䧌Õ-©äŸ¿Õ)

Manoj: So, that was tit for tat, was it? (Æ¢˜ä ÆC Ÿç¦sÂ¹× Ÿç¦s ¹ŸÄ?)

Arjun: So it was (Æ¢Åä!)

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Look at the following sentences from the conversation above:

1) What sets Girish apart is his readiness to help others.

2) I go with you there

3) The point I am trying to drive at is ....

4) Srihari turned his back on Girish

1) To set apart- to set something/somebody apart  = a quality/ characteristic that makes something/ somebody different from others ((in a better way)
= ƒÅŒª½ «®¾Õh-«Û©Õ/ «u¹×h© ¹¯Ão ÅäœÄ’à «Ö«â-©Õ’à „çÕª½Õ’Ã_ ¹Ep¢-Íä-{{Õx Íäæ® („çÕª½Õ’Ã_ ¹Ep¢-Íä-„Ã-JÂÌ NÕ’¹Åà „ÃJÂÌ ÅäœÄ)

a) Ramakrishna: Why are you such a great fan of English movies?(‡¢Ÿ¿Õ-¹E ÊÕ«y¢ÅŒ ƒ¢Tx†ý ®ÏE-«Ö© ÆGµ-«Ö-EN?)

Govind: Their realism, the makeup of the artists and their novel themes set them apart from Indian movies.(„ÚË-©ðxE „î¾h-N-¹Ō, Ê{Õ© „äÕ¹Xý, ¹Ÿ±Ä¢-¬Á¢©ð ÂíÅŒh-Ÿ¿Ê¢, „ÚËE ¦µÇª½-B§ŒÕ ®ÏE-«Ö© ¹¢˜ä „çÕª½Õ’Ã_, ÅäœÄ’à …¢œä{Õx Íä²Ähªá)

b) Hamid: In just three years after joining the company, she rose to the position of the executive in the company. (¹¢åX-F©ð ÍäJÊ «âœä-@Áxê ‚„çÕ ‚ ¹¢åX-F©ð Âê½u-E-ªÃy-£¾Ç-¹×-ªÃL ²ÄnªáÂË ‡C-T¢C).

Haritha: Deservingly so, isn't it? Her original ideas and her willingness to learn sets her apart from others. (¯äª½Õa-Âî-„Ã-©¯ä Ââ¹~, ÅŒÊ ²ñ¢ÅŒ ¦µÇ„Ã©Õ ‚„çÕÊÕ ƒÅŒ-ª½Õ-©-¹¢˜ä ÅäœÄ’Ã, „çÕª½Õ’Ã_ …¢œä{Õx Íä²Ähªá)

2) Go with:- Go with somebody / something(Ÿä¯çjo¯Ã ŠX¾Ûp-Âî-«œ¿¢ / ‡«-J-Åî-¯çj¯Ã \ÂÌ-¦µ¼-N¢-ÍŒœ¿¢)Ð ƒC-Âù, 'go with'Â¹× ƒÅŒª½ ƪÃn©Õ Â¹ØœÄ …¯Ãoªá.

a) David: Even as Brain Lara says, none can beat Rohit Sarma's score of 269 in one-dayers.(“¦§ŒÖ¯þ ©ÇªÃ ÍçX¾Ûh-Êo{Õd ¹؜Ä, ŠÂ¹-ªîV “ÂËéÂ-šü©ð 269 X¾ª½Õ-’¹Õ© ªî£ÏÇ-Åý-¬Áª½t JÂÃ-ª½ÕfÊÕ ‡«ª½Ö ÆCµ-’¹-NÕ¢-ÍŒ-©äª½Õ).

Raghuram: I go with you there. It is a matter of pride for us, Indians. (¯äFoÅî \ÂÌ-¦µ¼-N-®¾Õh¯Ão. ÆC «ÕÊ ¦µÇª½-B-§Œá-©Â¹× ’¹ª½y-ÂÃ-ª½º¢)

b) Abdul: What do you think of the company's proposal that we work for an hour extra and have a five-day week?(NÕ’¹Åà ªîV©ðx ŠÂ¹ ’¹¢{ ÆŸ¿-Ê¢’à X¾E-Íä®Ï, „êÃ-EÂË ‰Ÿ¿Õ ªîV© X¾E ’¹ÕJ¢* F ÆGµ-“¤Ä-§ŒÕ-„äÕ¢šË?)

Surendra: I think we'd (we had) better go with it. It gives him for us to attend to any important work at home.(ŸÄEo Æ¢U-¹-J¢-ÍŒœ¿¢ / ŠX¾Ûp-Âî-«œ¿¢ „äÕ©ä ÆÊÕ-¹עšÇ. ƒ¢šðx \Ÿçj¯Ã «áÈu-„çÕiÊ X¾E ֮͌¾Õ-¹×-¯ä¢-Ÿ¿ÕÂ¹× ®¾«Õ§ŒÕ¢ …¢{Õ¢C.)

3) To drive at something = What somebody really means.(ƒ¢ÅŒÂÌ, ŠÂ¹ª½¯ä-Ÿä-NÕšÌ ÆE.)

a) Narasimham: He said so many things about us both. What exactly was he driving at?

(«ÕE-Ÿ¿lJo ’¹ÕJ¢* ÆÅŒ-¯ä-ŸäŸî Íç¤Äpœ¿Õ. ƒ¢ÅŒÂÌ ÆÅŒ-Ê¢-{Õ-Êo-Ÿä-NÕšË?)

Venkat: That beats me too. What he was driving at wasn't (was not) clear to me either.

(¯ÃÂ¹Ø Æª½n¢ Âéä-Ÿ¿-Ÿä¢šð. Æ®¾-©-ÅŒÊÕ \¢ Æ¢{Õ-¯Ãoœî / \¢ ÍçX¾p-Ÿ¿-©-ÍŒÕ-¹×-¯Ãoœî ¯ÃÂ¹Ø Æª½n¢ Âé䟿Õ.)

4)Turn Someone's back on somebody = Refuse to help someone. (ŠÂ¹-JÂË ²Ä§ŒÕ¢ EªÃ-¹-J¢-ÍŒ{¢). ƒÅŒª½ ƪÃn©Õ Â¹ØœÄ …¯Ãoªá.

a) Ganesh: You have brought along your cousin, haven't you? (OÕ Â¹>-¯þÊÕ B²ñˆ-ÍÃa«Û ¹ŸÄ?)

Nikhil: Yea. I have told him you can get him a job. I am sure you won't turn your back on him. (ÊÕ«y-ÅŒ-EÂË …Ÿîu’¹¢ ƒXÏp¢-ÍŒ-’¹-©-«E Íç¤ÄpÊÕ. ÊÕ«Ûy «ÖÂ¹× ‚ N†¾-§ŒÕ¢©ð ²Ä§ŒÕ¢ EªÃ-¹-J¢-ÍŒ-«E Ê«át-ŌկÃo ’¹šËd’Ã.)

b) Chandra: Why are you looking so sad? (‡¢Ÿ¿Õ-¹¢ÅŒ Ÿ¿ÕÓÈ¢’à ¹Êp-œ¿Õh-¯Ão«Û?)

Sandhya: When I approached Neeraja for help in doing the assignment, but she turned her back on me. (Æå®j-¯þ-„çÕ¢šü Í䧌Õ-{¢©ð Fª½• ²Ä§ŒÕ¢ ÂîJÅä, ÅÃÊÕ ¯ÃÂ¹× ²Ä§ŒÕ¢ EªÃ-¹-J¢-*¢C)

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