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  • Thank you for your amazing post! It has long been quite insightful. I hope that you will continue sharing your wisdom with us.

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  • praveen jayawardena says:

    wow the dictionary is awesome. I appreciate your creativity. Its realy Amazing how you have used a background that gives more value and feel patriotic. Keep up the good work. 🙂

  • Trena Tefera says:

    I’m still learning from you, but I’m making my way to the top as well. I absolutely enjoy reading everything that is posted on your website.Keep the posts coming. I liked it!

  • Hi Sachith!
    Im Arthur from Momaco.
    We at momaco have noticed your app and are very interested in it. We wanted to know if you would be willing to publish it onto our app store.
    I have already sent you an email regarding this but since i didn’t get a response from you, i decided to post on your blog

    Please get back to me.

    Cheers
    Arthur

  • It is very helpful all of us and great job..as well as if possible to download to laptop also..it will be fantastic…
    Thanks and wish you all the best as a Sri Lankan.

  • Hi Mr. Sachith,
    your HMS software uploaded on PSC has been great helpful for me and i have learnt most from your coding, pls can you send me latest link of HMS with full source code and all third party components downloading on my mail id,

    Thanks again for your contribution of code

  • Dr. N. A. Wimalasena says:

    Thank you Sachith. This is very important one even in mobile of us. Great.
    Good Luck.
    Dr. N. A. Wimalasena (Ph.D.)

  • English Language and Sinhala Dictionaries

    I am typing this message for mentioning about Malalasekara English Sinhala dictionary .
    According tothe last years , many words added tothe English language .
    In today , English Language have a 600,000 words .
    And i want most complete english dictionary including the 600,000 English words and their Sinhala definitions.

    Why i am wrong this?
    In Sri Lanka ,most of sinhala buddhists havent a English Speaking ability and Grammar Knowledge .
    Im some times they struggling while speaking with foreigners .
    An example , Most of Three wheel drivers and Private Bus conducters
    afraid to speak with uk/us and other foreigners .

    Looking for a favourable reply and action.
    Thankyou.

    Buddha’s Bless you!

  • English Language and Sinhala Dictionaries

    I am typing this message for mentioning about Malalasekara English Sinhala dictionary .
    According tothe last years , many words added tothe English language .
    In today , English Language have a 600,000 words .
    And i want most complete english dictionary including the 600,000 English words and their Sinhala definitions.

    Why i wrote this?
    In Sri Lanka ,most of sinhala buddhists havent a English Speaking ability and Grammar Knowledge .
    In some times they struggling while speaking with foreigners .

    An example , Most of Three wheel drivers and Private Bus conducters
    afraid to speak with uk/us and other foreigners .Looking for a favourable reply and action.

    Thankyou.
    Buddha’s Bless you!

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