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sorani tutorials

PostPosted: Thu Jun 29, 2006 3:51 pm
Author: Utopia
hi everybody i cannot read sorani with arabic script but i wanna learn it do you know any links,tutorials?,(zor spas)

PostPosted: Fri Jun 30, 2006 10:32 pm
Author: Diri
Hi...

Welcome to Roj Bash Utpia... Bi xêr hatî :)

I am sorry - I can't help you out... I haven't realy been looking for that to know where to find it...

But just wanted to wish you welcome and hope you enjoy your stay... :)

Re: sorani tutorials

PostPosted: Sat Jul 01, 2006 12:46 pm
Author: ann
Utopia wrote:hi everybody i cannot read sorani with arabic script but i wanna learn it do you know any links,tutorials?,(zor spas)


Utopia i have the same problem :(
can u look at http://www.kurd.pl this is polish website about Kurds but it makes Kurds , so u can ask them. I know there is kurdish from Turkey so maybe this...

kisses
ann

silav hevalen delal

PostPosted: Sat Jul 01, 2006 2:00 pm
Author: Utopia
Diri and Ann, first i wanna thank you for ur replies. i'm from Turkey so i can speak Kurmanci dialect. besides i also can read arabic script because i took persian classes in the university. even though for the ones who can read persian and know kurmanci dialect it is not so hard to learn sorani and its script. in learning grammer, i believe , the latin scripts would be more useful.therefore i am looking for sorani tutorials written in latin script. however if i couldnt find any i will start sorani with arabic scripts. but here again another problem emerges. I cannot even search for sorani tutorials. pls help me and give whatever links, documents you have about sorani. thanks in advance.

Re: silav hevalen delal

PostPosted: Sat Jul 01, 2006 7:07 pm
Author: Diri
Utopia wrote:Diri and Ann, first i wanna thank you for ur replies. i'm from Turkey so i can speak Kurmanci dialect. besides i also can read arabic script because i took persian classes in the university. even though for the ones who can read persian and know kurmanci dialect it is not so hard to learn sorani and its script. in learning grammer, i believe , the latin scripts would be more useful.therefore i am looking for sorani tutorials written in latin script. however if i couldnt find any i will start sorani with arabic scripts. but here again another problem emerges. I cannot even search for sorani tutorials. pls help me and give whatever links, documents you have about sorani. thanks in advance.


You are welcome brother/sister...

Could you please go to the Introduce Yourself section and introduce yourself? :D

I didn't know you are Kurdish for example----> I thought you were European... :roll:

Bi xêr hatî bira...

PostPosted: Sat Jul 01, 2006 8:16 pm
Author: ann
Chony Diri,
Kui?

I have good idea ( maybe :wink: ). Diri look maybe u can write here small kurdish lessons hm??? Will be great :D

Ann

PostPosted: Sat Jul 01, 2006 9:32 pm
Author: Diri
Bashim supas, delal! :D

Yes...

I can help you out with Kurmancî... But I would need to thread carefully if you want help with Soranî...

They don't have gender in Soranî... So it's easier to learn... :)

But let me help you out with whatever I can - and then those I can't translate/help you out with - I'll let Soranî speakers handle...

So just type the sentences/phrases/words you wanna learn! :D

PostPosted: Sun Jul 02, 2006 7:08 am
Author: missIndependent
hey, welcome to the site =)

im a sorani speaker n happy if i could be any help :D

i aint sure how good u r at writing kurdish using latini script, so, if u wanna start from the scratch, have a look at this:
http://www.kurdyouth.org/learn/elfabe.htm

it helped me quite alot, thanx to "Heval" :D

PostPosted: Sun Jul 02, 2006 7:19 am
Author: ann
Diri will be great :D

Miss thx for website :*

I will write here all what I want 8)

Kisses
Ann

PostPosted: Sun Jul 02, 2006 3:35 pm
Author: Utopia
missIndependent wrote:hey, welcome to the site =)

im a sorani speaker n happy if i could be any help :D

i aint sure how good u r at writing kurdish using latini script, so, if u wanna start from the scratch, have a look at this:
http://www.kurdyouth.org/learn/elfabe.htm

it helped me quite alot, thanx to "Heval" :D


thanks a lot for the link. it will help me too.

PostPosted: Sun Jul 02, 2006 5:30 pm
Author: ann
ok can someone translate me this

good morning
good afternoon
good evening
good bye
hi
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday
thank you
you are welcome
how r u
i am fine

:D

PostPosted: Mon Jul 03, 2006 1:42 pm
Author: missIndependent
im gonna write the kurdish translation using english alphabet, n i write them in a way that u say it, so, how eva u read it is almost the way of saying it :D

good morning-->> Beyanit bash
good afternoon-->> niwero bash
good evening-->> evara bash
good bye-->> Xwa agadaret be/ Xwa Hafiz(hafiz is arabic but been used by kurds quite alot)
hi-->> silaw
Monday-->> dooShemma
Tuesday-->> seShemma
Wednesday-->> chuwarShemma
Thursday-->> penjShemma
Friday-->> heyni
Saturday-->> Shemma
Sunday-->> yekShemma
thank you-->> supas
you are welcome-->>tu ba kher hati
how r u-->> choni?
i am fine-->> bashim


one-->> yek
two-->> doo
three-->> se
four-->> chuwar
five-->> penj
six-->> shesh
seven-->> hevt
eight-->> hesht
nine-->> noh
ten-->> da

i miss you -->> biret dekem :wink:
i love you-->> xoshem dewey :wink:
my love-->> xoshewistem :wink:

PostPosted: Mon Jul 03, 2006 5:35 pm
Author: ann
Miss :*
but tell me what about this: i love u- khoshtm dawee?

PostPosted: Tue Jul 04, 2006 8:05 am
Author: missIndependent
ops! my bad, sorry for confusing u sweets :oops:
"x" is used in latini kurdish script as for "kh" in english..

i love you-->> khoshem dawey 8)

PostPosted: Tue Jul 04, 2006 4:40 pm
Author: ann
acha "x" is the same as "kh" - good to know it :D