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How good is your Kurdish? .

PostAuthor: talsor » Tue Jul 24, 2012 8:38 pm

Well in this thread members can post a short paragraph/sentences in kurdish and challenge othere member to translate it to English . It is a good way to get help in translation and also improve your linguistic skills . The paragraph could be about anything , politics , lyrics , poem , proverbs .....etc .

Here is my first paragraph in kurmanji .

Xwendevanên hêja,

weke ku hûn jî dizanin rojnameya me Le Monde diplomatique-kurdî, dê ji vê hejmarê ve tenê li ser înternetê, bi rêya çapa elektronîk weşana xwe bidomîne.
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Re: How good is your Kurdish? .

PostAuthor: alan131210 » Wed Jul 25, 2012 5:46 am

I'm not too good at kurmanji but I'll have a crack :-D

Dear readers , as you might be aware the newspaper le monde has started published it's publication on the internet in Kurdish ?
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KERKUK is the Heart of Kurdistan
Kurdish state is on the horizon with WK now freed great kurdistan is closing in.
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Re: How good is your Kurdish? .

PostAuthor: diako_ber » Thu Jul 26, 2012 11:36 pm

I would like to translate a paragraph of sorani Kurdish to English. Anyone want to write a sentence or two in sorani? Both alphabets are fine with me :-D
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Re: How good is your Kurdish? .

PostAuthor: talsor » Fri Jul 27, 2012 4:27 am

alan131210 wrote:I'm not too good at kurmanji but I'll have a crack :-D

Dear readers , as you might be aware the newspaper le monde has started published it's publication on the internet in Kurdish ?


very good heval :-D
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Re: How good is your Kurdish? .

PostAuthor: max_b » Sat Jul 28, 2012 9:24 pm

can you use the word dadash in kurdish as brother?
it also means something to do with people in erzurum and erzinjan but i dont know

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Re: How good is your Kurdish? .

PostAuthor: Kawe » Sat Jul 28, 2012 11:39 pm

max_b wrote:can you use the word dadash in kurdish as brother?
it also means something to do with people in erzurum and erzinjan but i dont know


Thats a word Persians use. I also just realized that it sounds very similar to the Turkish arkadash (which means friend), dadash might simply be a short form of that word.

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Re: How good is your Kurdish? .

PostAuthor: max_b » Sun Jul 29, 2012 12:33 am

But in the kurmanji reheng it says bira, kek.....
So I was wondering is it used in common kurdish, I never heard it from kurds but I hear irani rinse it

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Re: How good is your Kurdish? .

PostAuthor: Kawe » Sun Jul 29, 2012 1:02 am

max_b wrote:But in the kurmanji reheng it says bira, kek.....
So I was wondering is it used in common kurdish, I never heard it from kurds but I hear irani rinse it


I've never heard a Kurd use dadash, even Kurds from Rojhalat (Kurds that might use a few extra Persian words).

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Re: How good is your Kurdish? .

PostAuthor: Kurdistano » Sun Jul 29, 2012 3:47 am

Kurmanci is spoken at home on daily basis so you can imagine how good it is.

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Re: How good is your Kurdish? .

PostAuthor: Zaza_Colig » Thu Aug 02, 2012 2:16 am

I can write somthin in zazaki and you can try to find out what i means this will be a challenge for you all you kurmanji,sorani,gorani speakers: P :-D, and i will write it in my dialect the Colig dialect extra difficult
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Re: How good is your Kurdish? .

PostAuthor: Kawe » Thu Aug 02, 2012 2:22 am

Zaza_Colig wrote:I can write somthin in zazaki and you can try to find out what i means this will be a challenge for you all you kurmanji,sorani,gorani speakers: P :-D, and i will write it in my dialect the Colig dialect extra difficult

Great! Hopefully our Feyli friends write us some too.

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Re: How good is your Kurdish? .

PostAuthor: Kurdistano » Thu Aug 02, 2012 2:55 am

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max_b wrote:But in the kurmanji reheng it says bira, kek.....
So I was wondering is it used in common kurdish, I never heard it from kurds but I hear irani rinse it


I've never heard a Kurd use dadash, even Kurds from Rojhalat (Kurds that might use a few extra Persian words).


I have heard some Kurds using it, and it is actually a Kurdish tribe the Dadash who got partly turkified.

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