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PostAuthor: sarah » Tue Jul 04, 2006 6:17 pm

I thought 'I love you' was 'Hash stut gah', I know that is not how you spell it but that is how it is pronounced in English.

The Kurdish the person I know speaks is called Bahdini, how different is this t Sorrani.

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PostAuthor: ann » Tue Jul 04, 2006 7:06 pm

11
12
13
how is 14 and 15
Miss can u write how to make it.
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PostAuthor: Diri » Tue Jul 04, 2006 7:31 pm

sarah wrote:I thought 'I love you' was 'Hash stut gah', I know that is not how you spell it but that is how it is pronounced in English.

The Kurdish the person I know speaks is called Bahdini, how different is this t Sorrani.


In Kurmancî (which Badînî is a sub-dialect of) we say:

Ez heje te dikem
Ez evîndarê teme
Ez hez te dikem
Te hezdikem
Hej te dikem


Etc...

"Hash" is same as "Hej" (written with standard Kurdish Latîn alphabet (Hej)) - but I think you just didn't get the words right - I think he says: Hej te dikem/digem... :)
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PostAuthor: ann » Tue Jul 04, 2006 7:35 pm

Diri Hej in polish means Hi :D
and 11 in kurdish means in polish language Go!
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PostAuthor: Diri » Tue Jul 04, 2006 8:23 pm

ann wrote:Diri Hej in polish means Hi :D
and 11 in kurdish means in polish language Go!


Depend Ann - because you have to think of the way it is pronounced... I don't know how you pronounce your "j" in Polish...

In Kurdish, it is pronounced like the French "j"...

The Kurdish "c" is pronounced like the English "j"... "John" - "Job" - "Jeep" - "Jesus" etc...
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PostAuthor: ann » Tue Jul 04, 2006 8:30 pm

Diri

"j" in polish language like "y" in english : day
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PostAuthor: Diri » Tue Jul 04, 2006 8:46 pm

ann wrote:Diri

"j" in polish language like "y" in english : day



That was what I thought... Then you say "hi" like Swedes do!! :wink:


You got a link from MissIndependent - about the Kurdish alphabet... You should read that and try to understand the phonetics - our sounds are not the same as Polish or English... They are something alltogether different...

Like you learned: X is Kh in Kurdish... :)
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PostAuthor: dyaoko » Wed Jul 05, 2006 5:43 am

take a look at [url=http://www.institutkurde.org/products/shopping/product_details.php?product_id=136]this book
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PostAuthor: kurdistani » Wed Jul 05, 2006 12:36 pm

Sadly that book is very bad...
Firstly, the latinisation is a bit odd and secondly it uses the Suleymania dialect and not standardised sorani..

e.g min dechim becomes min echim... (which is not what is taught in Kurdish schools!

Those darn Suleymania intellectuals!
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PostAuthor: missIndependent » Fri Jul 07, 2006 2:48 am

ann wrote:11
12
13
how is 14 and 15
Miss can u write how to make it.


11 -->> yazda *the "y" in kurdish sounds exactly like "j" in polish or swedish 8)
12 -->> duwazda
13 -->> sezda
14 -->> chuwarda
15 -->> pazda
16-->> shazda
17 -->> havda
18 -->> hazhda
19 -->> nozda
20 -->> bist
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PostAuthor: Emanoel Natawaparwar » Thu Sep 07, 2006 11:15 pm

Roĺă Giyan Nowkări Hărgëz Năkăy Bo Ĥakëmi Rom Û Ęăjăm

Nămër Şwan (hăĺbăştbeĵe Măhabadi)


Brief Sorani Introduction In Latin Alphabet (Utopia’s demand)

Personal Pronouns
Sing.
Mn Ăz
To Tu
Ăw ăw
Plur.
Emă Ăm
Ewă Hûn
Ăwan Ăw

Nmună :
Mn dăcëm. Ăz dcëm


Possessive Pronouns
Sing.
Mn, -ëm Mn
To, ët Tă
Ăw, -i We
Plur.
Emă, -man Mă
Ewă, -tan Wă
Ăwan, -yan Wan

Nmună :
1. Maĺi mn. 2. Maĺëm Mala mn.
1. Wĺati emă 2. Wlatman Wăĺate mă.

Present Tense
Sing.
Dă-verb-ëm D-verb-ëm
Dă-verb-i D-verb-i
Dă-verb-et D-verb-ă
Plur.
Dă-verb-in D-verb-ën
Dă-verb-ën D-verb-ën
Dă-verb-ën D-verb-ën

Not :
1.Sometimes “Ă-” is used in favor of “Dă-”
2. Sometimes “-im” is used in favor of “-in”

Nmună :
Mn dăcëm. Ăz dcëm.
Emă dăbinin. Ăm dbinën.
Emă ăcim. Ăm dcën.


Interrogative Pronouns

Ki, Ke Ki
Kam Kiĵ
Ci, Că Cë, Ci
Bo ci? Bo că? Bo? Bor că? Ĵë băr cë? Bo? Cmă?
Kwe, Kwey, Kură Ku dăre, Ku, Kwe, Kutră


Sorry, im in hurry and could not write in details. Of course later I would leave detailed posts on Kurdish grammar. I hope it could help you for now.

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Kurdish Numbers (Ann demaned)

Kurdish (Kur.) Kurdish (Sor.) Kurdish (Gor.) English Polish
Yăk-Ek Yăk Yuă One Jeden
Du Dû Dui, Dwă Two Dwa
Se Se Yăre Three Trzy
Car,Char Cwar Cwar Four Cztery
Penj Penj, Pănj Pănj Five Pięć
Şăş Şăş Şăş Six Sześć
Ĥăft Ĥăwt, Ĥăft Ĥăft Seven Siedem
Hăyşt, Hăşt Hăşt Hăşt Eight Osiem
Năh Now Now Nine Dziewięć
Dăh Dă Dă Ten Dziesięć

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PostAuthor: womanizer » Fri Sep 08, 2006 1:54 am

Guys!!
I think this link is very useful, have a lot of tutorial in basic level for almost all Kurdish dialect including Sorani, it would be very help full for beginner

http://www.dibistanakurdi.com/

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PostAuthor: KshKshKurdiSorani » Tue Jul 29, 2008 5:37 am

kurdistani wrote:Sadly that book is very bad...
Firstly, the latinisation is a bit odd and secondly it uses the Suleymania dialect and not standardised sorani..

e.g min dechim becomes min echim... (which is not what is taught in Kurdish schools!

Those darn Suleymania intellectuals!



Hey ok im from Slemani and no disrespect but im a little offended when u say that. to be honest the Slemani dialect makes speaking Kurdish so much easier because we dont pronounce all those ridiculously unnecessary "d"'s which makes speaking sound much smoother. i mean what is the point of saying "atu dechit" when u can just say "to echit"? so much simpler, so yeah...

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Re: sorani tutorials

PostAuthor: matin123 » Thu Jul 31, 2008 2:21 pm

KshKshKurdiSorani wrote:Hey ok im from Slemani and no disrespect but im a little offended when u say that. to be honest the Slemani dialect makes speaking Kurdish so much easier because we dont pronounce all those ridiculously unnecessary "d"'s which makes speaking sound much smoother. i mean what is the point of saying "atu dechit" when u can just say "to echit"? so much simpler, so yeah...


also in erdelani dialect (sine) we don't pronounce the d
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Re: sorani tutorials

PostAuthor: Johny Bravo » Fri Aug 01, 2008 1:09 pm

@KshKshKurdiSorani

what is the point of saying "to eçît" when you can just say "tu çît" as in kelhuri.

or "min kem" (kelhuri) instead of "min ekem" (silemany).

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