I am a native Marathi (Maharashtra, India) speaker and I wish to learn Kannada. These 2 languages are totally different except for a few words in common.
To start with, I would like to learn basic conversation-related words, small sentences etc without much grammatical details.

As a beginner, what are the recommended online sources or print texts? (There are online sources which I could search but not satisfactory).

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    Welcome to language learning stack exchange. As is, your question is fairly broad, and it would be better to narrow it down a little. Are you looking for resources, such as textbooks or online courses, for Kannada? What aspect of the language do you want to learn, in particular? Are the languages highly similar? – Tommi Dec 20 '18 at 9:03
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    @TommiBrander thanks for your reply. I have edited the question accordingly. – Vineet Dec 21 '18 at 3:59
  • I upvoted and voted to reopen the question. Hopefully an expert will come by and answer; if not, you might want to return later and answer based on the sources you could find. – Tommi Dec 21 '18 at 12:21

Below link contains some useful phrases for learning kannada and also at the end of page you can find other useful links:

kannada phrases

This link has more number of basic conversation kannada phrasebook

  • Thanks. Nice resources. – Vineet Dec 27 '18 at 3:49

Adding to above answer, you can also learn it from 50 Languages. You can have their app on mobile if you like. You can also subscribe to Kannada TV and Agurchand Babu Subramanian's channel for better.

  • great resources. Thanks. I think both the answers (yours as well as @karthik are worthy to be accepted. I wish I could do that. I would be rude to un-check the earlier accepted answer now. So pl. "accept my acceptance" :-) – Vineet Dec 31 '19 at 8:49

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