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I will put across the matter to him
Pharasal verbs …X¾-§çÖ-Tæ®h ƒ¢Tx†ý ¦µÇ†¾ ®¾£¾Ç-•¢’à …¢{Õ¢C. ¨ „ê½¢ To put across, Come round/ around, Made it up with © ’¹ÕJ¢* ¯äª½Õa-¹עŸÄ¢!

Janardan: Try as I might I am unable to make Kumar see eye to eye with me. I am tired. I feel I'd (I had) better not talk to him any more (‡¢ÅŒ “X¾§ŒÕ-Ao¢-*¯Ã ¹׫Ö-ªýÊÕ ¯ÃÅî \ÂÌ-¦µ¼-N¢-Íä{Õx Í䧌Õ-©ä-¹-¤ò-ŌկÃo. ¯ÃÂ¹× N®¾Õ-é’-ÅŒÕh-Åî¢C. ƒÂ¹ ÆÅŒ-EÅî «ÖšÇx-œ¿-¹-¤ò-«œ¿„äÕ „çÕª½Õ-’¹-E-XÏ-²òh¢C).

Sudarsan: Don't you worry. I will put across the matter to him in the proper manner and I am sure he will come round (ÊÕ„äy¢ ¹©-«-ª½-X¾-œ¿Â¹×. ÆÅŒ-EÂË ¯äÊÕ N«-J-²ÄhÊÕ ÆFo ®¾éªjÊ KA©ð. ÆÅŒÊÕ ÅŒX¾p-¹עœÄ ŠX¾Ûp-¹ע-šÇœ¿Õ).

Janardan: I am not so hopeful. So far as I know, on very few occasions has he made it up with people who he has had difference of opinion with (¯Ã¹¢ÅŒ ‚¬Á-©äŸ¿Õ. ¯ÃÂ¹× ÅçL-®Ï-Ê¢-ÅŒ-«-ª½Â¹× ÍÃ©Ç ÅŒÂ¹×ˆ« ®¾¢Ÿ¿-ªÃs´©ðx «Ö“ÅŒ„äÕ ÆÅŒÊÕ ÅŒÊÅî ¦µäŸÄGµ“¤Ä-§ŒÖ-©ÕÊo „Ã@ÁxÅî ªÃ°-X¾-œÄfœ¿Õ).

Sudarsan: There is nothing wrong in trying, is there? (“X¾§ŒÕ-Ao¢-ÍŒ-œ¿¢©ð ÅŒæXp¢ ©äŸ¿Õ ¹ŸÄ?)

Janardan: All right, do take a chance and all luck to you (®¾êª. F “X¾§ŒÕÅŒo¢ ÊÕ«Ûy Íäªá. «Õ¢Íä •ª½-’Ã-©E ¯Ã ÂîJ¹).

Look at the following phrasal verbs
1. I will put across the matter to him
2. ... I am sure he will come round
3. ... has he made up with people

1. To put across = Explain something clearly enough for people to understand it easily (ƒÅŒ-ª½Õ-©Â¹× ®¾Õ©-¦µ¼¢’à ƪ½n-«Õ-§äÕ{Õx ÍçX¾p-’¹-©-’¹œ¿¢)

a) Divakar: The government proposal is very good, but I don't know why some people are against it (“X¾¦µ¼ÕÅŒy “X¾A-¤Ä-Ÿ¿Ê ÍÃ©Ç «Õ¢*C. ÂÃF ¯Ã¹ª½n¢ ÂÃEC Âí¢ÅŒ-«Õ¢C ŸÄEÂË «uA-êª-¹¢’à ‡¢Ÿ¿Õ¹ׯÃoª½E).

Vamsi: The government needs to put across the new measure properly and the people will find it good for them (“X¾¦µ¼ÕÅŒy¢ ¨ ÂíÅŒh ÍŒª½uÊÕ ®¾J’à N«-J¢-ÍÃ-LqÊ Æ«-®¾ª½¢ …¢C. ÆŸä •J-TÅä “X¾•-©Â¹× ƪ½n-«Õ-«Û-ŌբC ŸÄE …X¾-§çÖ’¹¢).

b) Kesav: Every student speaks so highly of the teacher. Is he so good at the job? (“X¾A NŸÄuKn ‚ šÌÍŒ-ªýÊÕ ’¹ÕJ¢* ‡¢Åî ’íX¾p’à «ÖšÇx-œ¿Õ-ÅÃœ¿Õ. ÆÅŒÊÕ E•¢’à ƢŌ ’íX¾p-„ÃœÄ, ¦ðŸµ¿-Ê©ð).

Sameer: No other teacher in our college can put things across to students as he does. He makes even a difficult subject seem easy («Ö ¹@Ç-¬Ç-©©ð \ ƒÅŒª½ šÌÍŒªý Â¹ØœÄ ‚§ŒÕ-ʢŌ ͌¹ˆ’à N«-J¢-ÍŒ-©äª½Õ. ¹†¾d-„çÕiÊ N†¾-§ŒÖEo Â¹ØœÄ ®¾Õ©-¦µ¼-«Õ-E-XÏ¢-Íä{Õd Íä²Ähœ¿Õ).

2. Come round/ around = agree to a plan or idea you have been against („ç៿{ «uA-êª-ÂË¢-*Ê ‚©ð-ÍŒ-ÊÊÕ/ «Üu£¾ÉEo *«-ª½Â¹× ŠX¾Ûp-Âî-«œ¿¢)

a) Venu: He was against marrying that girl. I remember his telling me very strongly it was out of the question (‚ Æ«Öt-ªáÅî åXRxÂË ÆÅŒÊÕ «uA-êªÂ¹¢. ‚ “X¾®¾êÂh ©äŸ¿E ÆÅŒÊÕ ¯ÃÅî ’¹šËd’à ÆÊœ¿¢ ¯ÃÂ¹× ’¹Õª½Õh¢C).

Bheem: Yea. He was not at all in favour. But after listening to what his mother had to say about her, he came round/ around and rightly so (Æ«ÛÊÕ. ‚„çÕÊÕ åXRx Í䮾Õ-Âî-«-œÄ-EÂË ÆÅŒÊÕ ÆÊÕ-¹Ø-L¢-ÍŒ-©äŸ¿Õ. ÂÃF „Ã@Áx«Õt ‚ Æ«Öt-ªáE ’¹ÕJ¢* ÍçXÏp¢C NÊo ÅŒªÃyÅŒ ÆÅŒÊÕ *«-JÂË ŠX¾Ûp-¹×-¯Ãoœ¿Õ).

b) Srinivas: I am really surprised the political rivals, though of the same party, coming together to work for the success of the party (¯ÃÂ¹× E•¢’à ‚¬Áa-ª½u-¹-ª½¢’à …¢C. ¨ ªÃ•-Â̧ŒÕ “X¾ÅŒu-ª½Õn©Õ Šê ¤ÄKd „Ã@Áx-ªá-Ê-X¾p-šËÂÌ ¤ÄKd N•-§ŒÖ-EÂË Â¹L®Ï ¹%†Ï Í䧌՜¿¢).

Rajendra: What could they do? They came around/ round to work together for fear of suspension (\¢ Íä²Ähª½Ö? ¤ÄKd©ð ÊÕ¢* ®¾å®p¢œþ Íä²Äh-ª½¯ä ¦µ¼§ŒÕ¢Åî ¹L®Ï X¾E-Íä-§ŒÕ-œÄ-EÂË ŠX¾Ûp-¹×-¯Ãoª½Õ. ƒ†¾d¢ ©ä¹-¤ò-ªá¯Ã).

3. Made it up with = past tense of make it up with - make up with somebody (= make it up) = to end disagreement and be friends again = ¦µäŸÄGµ“¤Ä-§ŒÖ-©ÕÊo „Ã@ÁÙx ªÃ°-X¾œË æ®o£ÏÇ-ÅŒÕ-©-«œ¿¢.

a) Devendar: Politics and politicians throw up surprises now and then (ªÃ•-ÂÌ-§ŒÖ©Õ, ªÃ•-ÂÌ-§ŒÕ-„Ã-Ÿ¿Õ©Õ ŠÂí-¹ˆ-X¾Ûpœ¿Õ ‚¬Áa-ªÃu-©ÊÕ Â¹L-T-®¾Õh¢-šÇª½Õ).

Nageswar: Yea. I know what you are referring to. Aren't you (are you not) talking about the way Nitish kumar and Lalu prasad yadav in Bihar have made it up with each other (ÊÕ«Ûy ŸäE ’¹ÕJ¢* Æ¢{Õ-¯Ão„î ¯ÃÂ¹× Åç©Õ®¾Õ. H£¾É-ªý©ð EB†ý ¹׫֪ý, ©Ç©Ö “X¾²ÄŸþ §ŒÖŸ¿„þ ªÃ°-X¾-œË-¤ò-ªáÊ N†¾-§ŒÖEo ’¹ÕJ¢Íä ¹ŸÄ ÊÕ«y-¯äC?

b) Kishore: You know Vineeth and Surekha are getting married? (NFÅý, ®¾ÕêªÈ åXRx Í䮾Õ-Âî-¦ð-ÅŒÕ-¯Ãoª½Õ Åç©Õ®¾Õ ¹ŸÄ?)

Usha: Are they? What a surprise! They had been estranged and what made them decide to be married? (Æ«Û¯Ã? ‚¬Áa-ª½u¢’à …¢Ÿä! „Ã@ÁÙx ¤ñª½-¤ñ-ÍÃa-©Åî NœË-¤ò-§ŒÖª½Õ ¹ŸÄ, «ÕJ ‡©Ç Eª½g-ªá¢-ÍŒÕ-¹×-¯Ãoª½Õ åXRx Í䮾Õ-Âî-«-œÄ-EÂË?)

Kishore: I don't know who brought them together. They have made it up with each other and have decided to tie the knot (‡«ª½Õ „Ã@ÁxÊÕ Â¹L-¤Äªî ¯ÃÂ¹× ÅçL-§ŒÕŸ¿Õ. „Ã@ÁÙx ªÃ°-X¾-œË-¤òªá åXRx Í䮾Õ-Âî-«-œÄ-EÂË ŠX¾Ûp-¹×-¯Ãoª½Õ).

Tie the knot = «áœË-„ä-§ŒÕœ¿¢ (ƪáÅä ¨ English expression¹Ø, ÅÃR ¹{d-œÄ-EÂÌ ®¾¢¦¢Ÿµ¿¢ ©äŸ¿Õ. DE «â©¢ „äêª).


 
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