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PostAuthor: schoolmaster1954 » Thu Dec 21, 2006 11:07 pm

Dear muslim brothers and sisters,
I'd like to be very beneficial to you and I want to do something good for you. My native language is Turkish and I can teach you Turkish. I have collected a lot of documents on learning Turkish. I would also like to learn Kurdish Language.
(Nawata chia?; Chirdi ke lo? Hara wara; Kurdi nizanim...)
Let's study Turkish and Kurdish.
If you want to practise spoken Turkish, we can speak on MSN.

My user name : schoolmaster1954
My MSN address: mailto:schoolmaster1954@hotmail.com


LEARNING TURKISH:

SOME USEFUL LINKS FOR TURKISH:


http://www.turkishnews.com/DiscoverTurkey/

http://www.turkishnews.com/DiscoverTurk ... /language/

http://www.archaeolink.com/linguistics_ ... nguage.htm

http://www.ethnologue.org/14/show_language.asp?code=TRK

http://www.turizm.net/turkey/info/lesson.html

http://www.caucaz.com/home_eng/depeches.php?idp=132

http://users.pandora.be/orientaal/classroom.html

http://www.transparent.com/tlquiz/lwqui ... tlturk.htm

http://www.transparent.com/languagepage ... urkish.htm

http://lexicorient.com/e.o/turkish.htm

http://www.turkishembassy.org/index.php ... &Itemid=86

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Turkish_language

http://users.pandora.be/orientaal/links.html

http://www.princeton.edu/~turkish/

http://southampton.gumtree.com/southamp ... 58675.html

http://glasgow.gumtree.com/glasgow/41/4705341.html

http://www.cromwell-intl.com/turkish/Index.html

http://www.cromwell-intl.com/turkish/background.html

http://cali.arizona.edu/maxnet/tur/

http://www.onlineturkish.com/trial.asp

http://www.practicalturkish.com/difficu ... vocab.html

http://www.practicalturkish.com/turkish ... glish.html

http://www.practicalturkish.com/difficu ... rself.html

http://help.berberber.com/archive/index.php/f-62.html

http://www.turkishclass.com/

http://www.kusadasionline.com/essential ... s.htm#Info

http://www.phrasebase.com/learn/turkish.php

http://help.berberber.com/learn-turkish ... h-lessons/

http://babel.uoregon.edu/ylc/selfstudy/turkish/lessons/

http://www.onlineturkish.com/

http://www.onlineturkish.com/intro-onlinelessons.asp

http://www.phrasebase.com/turkish/classroom/

http://www.phrasebase.com/forum/index.php

http://forum.antu.com/showthread.php?t=176020

http://www.wannalearn.com/Academic_Subj ... s/Turkish/

http://www.coldplaying.com/forum/archiv ... 3-p-2.html

http://www.anysubject.com/turkish.asp

http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Turkish/Le ... _Greetings

http://www.eslteachersboard.com/cgi-bin ... ?read=1415

http://www.abcturkish.com/tt.html

http://www.abcturkish.com/kth.html

http://www.turizm.net/turkey/info/lesson.html

http://www.verbix.com/languages/turkish.shtml

http://www.cs.bilkent.edu.tr/~guvenir/CATT/

http://languagelab.bh.indiana.edu/Turkish.html

http://www.princeton.edu/~ehgilson/alpha.html

http://www20.uludag.edu.tr/~acan/studies/RegDialect.htm

http://www.dilmer.com/practice/Turkish/bolum11.asp

http://www.expage.com/turklearn

http://socrates.berkeley.edu:7037/cgi-b ... search.cgi

http://www.lmp.ucla.edu/profile.aspx?menu=004

http://forum.letssingit.com/topic/12979 ... own-lang/2

http://www.wordchamp.com/lingua2/List.do?packID=20771

[url=http://www.wordchamp.com/lingua2/ReaderResult.do?assignmentID=0&courseID=0&url=http://www.nytimes.com&fromID=13&toID=53&demo=false&docPhraseID=0]another link
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http://www.wordchamp.com/lingua2/Splash.do

http://www.wordchamp.com/lingua2/List.do?packID=50758

http://www.wordchamp.com/lingua2/Browse.do

http://www.wordchamp.com/lingua2/DrillChoose.do

http://www.dnathan.com/language/turkish/tsd/index.htm

http://www.advanced-schooling.de/learn/ ... /index.php

http://www.gbarto.com/multilingua/turk1/blog/index.html

http://gbarto.com/multilingua/turk1/index.html

http://www.silkroadhotels.com/turkishlesson/start.htm

http://www.turkishlanguage.co.uk/about.htm

http://www.single-serving.com/Turkish/index.php

http://www.flashcardexchange.com/flashcards/view/367784

http://www.hazar.com/

http://forum.kanka.net/archive/index.php/t-104067.html

http://forum.seslisozluk.com/showthread.php?t=270

http://forum.seslisozluk.com/archive/in ... -1624.html

http://www.turkishlanguage.co.uk/pf.htm

http://www.ats-group.net/languages/lang ... rkish.html

http://www.ingilish.com/learn-turkish.htm

http://www.ingilish.com/turkishlanguagematerials.htm

http://www.ingilish.com/turkish-links.htm

http://www2.egenet.com.tr/mastersj/idio ... ish-a.html

http://www.mylanguageexchange.com/Learn/Turkish.asp

http://www.lonweb.org/link-turkish.htm

http://www.ipl.org/div/kidspace/hello/turkish.html

http://www.columbia.edu/~sss31/Turkiye/proverbs.html

http://users.pandora.be/orientaal/Tuad10.html

http://www.uebersetzung.at/twister/tr.htm

http://www.turkce.ro/

http://kurs.turkce.ro/browse.php?cat=0& ... rse=6#info

http://www.aton.ttu.edu/

http://www.turkishlanguage.org/turcgb.htm

TO BE CONTINUED...

SOME EXAMPLES:

TÜRKÇE: ENGLISH: KURDISH:
Merhaba.= Hello / Hi [response is the same word]= Silaw.
Selam.= Hello / Hi [response is the same word]= Silaw.
Günaydın.= Good morning= Roj Baş
Hoşgeldiniz.= Welcome.= Bi xêr hatiyî. / Xer hatin.
Hoş bulduk.= reply of the person arriving.= Tu sax bî
Nasılsınız?= How are you?= Tu çawanî? / Cewane? Kuy?
İyiyim.= I am fine / well.= Ez başim. / Başim.
Teşekkür ederim.= Thank you.=Sipas dikem. / Gellek sipas. / Zor sipas.
Bir şey degil.= Not at all / You're welcome.= Qeydî naket
Adınız / İsminiz nedir?= What is your name?= Navê ve bi xêr? / Navete çiye?
Adım / İsmim ___.= My name is _____.= Navê min ___ e.
Memnun oldum.= I'm pleased to meet you.= Memnûn bûm.
Ben de memnun oldum.= I'm pleased to meet you, too.= Ez jî memnûn bûm.
İyi günler.= Good day. / Have a nice day.= Roja te xweş.
İyi akşamlar.= Good evening.= Şev baş.
İyi geceler.= Good night.= Şev xweş.
Allaha(ı)smarladık.= Bye. [said by person leaving].= Xatirê te.
Güle güle.= Good bye. [said to person leaving].= Ser çawan. / Oxûr bît.
Güle güle.= Good-bye.[said to person leaving].= Xuda hafiz. (Sorani Kurdish,
Güle güle.= Good-bye.[said to person leaving].= Silaw u rez. (Kurmanci kurdish)
Güle güle.= Good-bye.[said to person leaving].= Xatir be bo. (Zaza kurdish)
Buy(u)run.= After you. / Come in. / Be seated / Help yourself / Here you are.= Fermû. / Keremke.
Elinize sağlık.= Health to your hands.[said to person who prepared food].= Dest xweş.
Afiyet olsun.= Bon appétit.= Afiyet bît.
Af(f)edersiniz.= Excuse me.= Bibore. / Bibexşe.
Lütfen. Please. Bê zehmet.
İnşallah.= If God wills ("If God makes it destiny")= Xuda bikete qismet.
Efendim?= What did you say? / I beg your pardon?= Min nebihîst te çi got? / Belê?
Dikkat!= Pay attention!/ Watch out!= Lê şar be / Agahdarbe / Şar be. / Dikket.
Kaça?/ Ne kadar?= How much is it? / What does it cost?= Çenda? Çenda ye?
Bu pahalı.= This is expensive.= Eve girane.
O pahalı değil.= That is not expensive.= Ev girane.
Bu çok ucuz.= This is very inexpensive / cheap.= Eve gellek erzane.
İstiyorum.= I want [it, this, that].= Dixwazim.
İstemiyorum.= I don't want [it, this, that].= Naxwazim.
Ben Dirî.= I'm Dirî.= Ez Dirî me.
Ben tasarimciyim.= I'm a designer.= Ez dêzaînerim.
Üniversitede ögrenciyim.= I'm a student at university.= Li ûnîversîtê dixwînim.
Afiyet olsun.= Bon appétit.= Aviet be.
Teşekkür.= Thanks.= Sipas
Çok.= A lot= Gellek
Güle güle.= Bye.= Roj baş. / Şev baş. / Evar baş.
Memnunum.= I'm glad.= Memnonom.

TÜKÇE ENGLISH KURDISH
Su water av / aw
Fincan cup fincan
Portakal suyu orange-juice ava purteqalê
Bardak glass şuşe / livan
Et suyu meat-broth ava goşt
Tabak plate tasik
Süt milk şir
Bıçak knife kêr
Şeker sugar, candy, sweet şeker / şiêni (sweet / candy)
Büyük big, large mezin / gewre
Kahve coffee qehve
Küçük small, little piçûk
Sade no sugar bê şeker
Erkek man, male kur / law
Az şekerli a little sugar kêm şeker
Kadın woman jin / afret
Çok şekerli a lot of sugar şirin
Kız girl kiç
Çay tea çay
Çocuk child zarok / biçûk
Ayran yogurt drink (yogurt shaken with water) dev / dov
Oglan boy kur
Bira beer bira
Kız daughter kiç
Şarap wine şerav
Ogul son kur
Beyaz white sipi
Anne mother dayik / dê
Kırmızı red sor
Baba father bab / bav
Buz ice bûz / cemed
Kardeş sibling (brother, sister) xûşk û bira
Biber pepper isot
Kız kardeş sister xûşk
Tuz salt xwê
Erkek kardeş brother bira
Ekmek bread nan
O he , she, it, that ev
Tereyagı butter nivişk
Bu this eve
Peynir cheese penir
Arkadaş friend, colleague dost / heval
Meze appetizers pêş xwarin
Amerika Birleşik Devletleri United States Of America Yêkitiya Devletên Emrîka
Et meat goşt
Soguk cold sar
Türkiye Cumhuriyeti Republic of Turkey Devleta Tirkan
Tavuk chicken mirişk
Balık fish masi
Pilav pilaf birinc
Salata salad, lettuce selete
Meyva fruit fêki / êmiş
Sebze vegetable sewzi / şînatî
Çorba soup sûp
Sandviç Sandwich sandviç
Tatlı dessert şiênî
Dondurma ice cream, sorbet bestenî
Çatal fork çetal
Kaşık spoon kevçî
Pahalı expensive giran


TO BE CONTINUED...
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PostAuthor: Vladimir » Fri Dec 22, 2006 12:15 am

Thanks. I want to learn Turkish and Kurdish too. I know more Turkish then Kurdish currently. We could also translate Kurdish sentences to Turkish and vice versa. Good idea?
The suppression of ethnic cultures and minority religious groups in attempting to forge a modern nation were not unique to Turkey but occurred in very similar ways in its European neighbours - Bruinessen.

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PostAuthor: Diri » Fri Dec 22, 2006 12:32 am

Merhaba. Ben Dirî. Ben tasarimciyim ve üniversitede ögrenciyim...

Silaw. Ez Dirî me. Ez dêzaînerim û li ûnîversîtê dixwînim...
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PostAuthor: schoolmaster1954 » Fri Dec 22, 2006 11:00 am

http://www.turizm.net/turkey/info/lesson.html

Some useful Turkish words and expressions are :

Merhaba Hello[response is the same word]
Günaydın Good day
Hoşgeldiniz Welcome
Hoş bulduk reply of the person arriving
Nasılsınız? How are you?
İyiyim I am well
Teşekkür ederim Thank you
Bir şey degil Not at all / You're welcome
Adınız / İsminiz nedir ? What is your name ?
Adım / İsmim ___. My name is _____.
Memnun oldum I'm pleased to meet you.
Ben de memnun oldum. I, too , am pleased to meet you
İyi Günler Good day. / Have a nice day
İyi Akşamlar Good evening
İyi Geceler Good night
Allahaısmarladık -bye.[said by person leaving]
Güle güle Good-bye.[said to person leaving]
Buyurun After you. / Come in. / Be seated / Help yourself; etc.
Elinize saglık Health to your hands.[said to person who prepared food] Afiyet olsun Bon appétit
Affedersiniz Excuse me
Lütfen Please
İnşallah If God wills
Efendim? What did you say? / I beg your pardon?
Dikkat Pay attention!/ Watch out! Kaça?/
Ne kadar? How much is it? / What does it cost?
Bu pahalı This is expensive
O pahalı degil That is not expensive
Bu çok ucuz This is very inexpensive / cheap
İstiyorum I want [it, this, that]
İstemiyorum I don't want [it, this, that]

Can you translate them into Kurdish?
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PostAuthor: cazyun » Fri Dec 22, 2006 12:34 pm

MERHABA=SILAV U REZ
YOUR NAME= NAVE TE CIYE?
GUNAYDIN= ROJ BASH LIKE ROJ BASH KURDISTAN :P
IYI GECELER= SEV BASH
THE REST TO BE CONTUNUED :D

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PostAuthor: Vladimir » Fri Dec 22, 2006 1:56 pm

schoolmaster1954 wrote:Hoşgeldiniz Welcome - Xer hatin
İyiyim I am well - Basim
Teşekkür ederim Thank you - Gellek spas
Güle güle Good-bye.[said to person leaving] - xua hafiz (Sorani Kurdish, silav u rez (kurmanci kurdish), xatir be bo (Zaza kurdish)
Buyurun After you. / Come in. / Be seated / Help yourself; etc.
Elinize saglık Health to your hands.[said to person who prepared food] Afiyet olsun Bon appétit Aviet be - dont know the dialect
İnşallah If God wills Everybody uses that in the Middle-East

Can you translate them into Kurdish?
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PostAuthor: Diri » Fri Dec 22, 2006 2:13 pm

Allow me to correct some Kurdish vs. Turkish vs. English lines, because some of the translations weren't accurate enough:

Kurdî ------------ Türkçe ------------------ English
Roj baş === Iyi günler / Gün aydin = Good morning / Good day
Sipas ===== Teşekkür ===== Thanks
Gellek ====== Çok ======= A lot
Silav ====== Selam / Merhaba = Hello / Hi
Navê te çiye? = Adin/Ismin ne? = What's your name?


When saying "Bye" in Kurdish - you can say it in a dozen ways:

Xuda/Xua hafiz - Xatirê te - Xatir be bo - Oxur bît - Roj/Şev/Êvar baş etc.

All depending on who you are saying it to - and what time of the day/or simply the occasion...

Schoolmaster - I'll translate those lines into Kurdish for you when I am back from work later this evening... :)

Take care

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PostAuthor: schoolmaster1954 » Fri Dec 22, 2006 2:50 pm

Diri wrote:Allow me to correct some Kurdish vs. Turkish vs. English lines, because some of the translations weren't accurate enough:

Kurdî ------------ Türkçe ------------------ English
Roj baş === Iyi günler / Gün aydin = Good morning / Good day
Sipas ===== Teşekkür ===== Thanks
Gellek ====== Çok ======= A lot
Silav ====== Selam / Merhaba = Hello / Hi
Navê te çiye? = Adin/Ismin ne? = What's your name?


When saying "Bye" in Kurdish - you can say it in a dozen ways:

Xuda/Xua hafiz - Xatirê te - Xatir be bo - Oxur bît - Roj/Şev/Êvar baş etc.

All depending on who you are saying it to - and what time of the day/or simply the occasion...

Schoolmaster - I'll translate those lines into Kurdish for you when I am back from work later this evening... :)

Take care

Selametle...



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PostAuthor: schoolmaster1954 » Fri Dec 22, 2006 4:35 pm

cazyun wrote:MERHABA=SILAV U REZ
YOUR NAME= NAVE TE CIYE?
GUNAYDIN= ROJ BASH LIKE ROJ BASH KURDISTAN :P
IYI GECELER= SEV BASH
THE REST TO BE CONTUNUED :D



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PostAuthor: cazyun » Fri Dec 22, 2006 5:28 pm

you welcome bira schoolmaster :D

nasilsiniz= cewane/kuy
lutfen= be zahmet
dikkat=dikket
iyim= basim
memnum oldum= memnonom
tsk ederim= gelek sipas/ zor sipas

here you go guys :wink:

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PostAuthor: Diri » Sat Dec 23, 2006 1:30 am

Here you go - Türkçe - English - Kurdî:

Merhaba Hello[response is the same word] - Silaw
Günaydın Good day - Roj Baş
Hoşgeldiniz Welcome - Bi xêr hatiyî
Hoş bulduk reply of the person arriving - Tu sax bî
Nasılsınız? How are you? - Tu çawanî?
İyiyim I am well - Ez başim
Teşekkür ederim Thank you - Sipas dikem
Bir şey degil Not at all / You're welcome - Qeydî naket
Adınız / İsminiz nedir ? What is your name ? - Navê ve bi xêr?
Adım / İsmim ___. My name is _____. - Navê min ___ e.
Memnun oldum I'm pleased to meet you. - Memnûn bûm
Ben de memnun oldum. I, too , am pleased to meet you - Ez jî memnûn bûm
İyi Günler Good day. / Have a nice day - Roja te xweş
İyi Akşamlar Good evening - Şev baş
İyi Geceler Good night - Şev xweş
Allahaısmarladık -bye.[said by person leaving] - Xatirê te
Güle güle Good-bye.[said to person leaving] - Ser çawan / Oxûr bît
Buyurun After you. / Come in. / Be seated / Help yourself; etc. - Fermû / Keremke
Elinize saglık Health to your hands.[said to person who prepared food] - Dest xweş
Afiyet olsun Bon appétit - Afiyet bît
Affedersiniz Excuse me - Bibore / Bibexşe
Lütfen Please - Bê zehmet
İnşallah If God wills - Xuda bikete qismet ("If God makes it destiny")
Efendim? What did you say? / I beg your pardon? - Min nebihîst te çi got / Belê?
Dikkat - Pay attention!/ Watch out! - Lê şar be / Agahdarbe / Şar be
Kaça?/ Ne kadar? How much is it? / What does it cost? - Çenda? Çenda ye?
Bu pahalı - This is expensive - Eve girane
O pahalı degil That is not expensive - Ev girane
Bu çok ucuz This is very inexpensive / cheap - Eve gellek erzane
İstiyorum I want [it, this, that] - Dixwazim
İstemiyorum I don't want [it, this, that] - Naxwazim
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PostAuthor: schoolmaster1954 » Sat Dec 23, 2006 2:34 pm

HOW CAN WE USE EXELL TABLE HERE?

I WANT TO REWRITE THE SENTENCES SYSTEMATICALLY. THEY MUST BE IN TABLE NOT TO BE CONFUSED.

TO COLLECT ALL INFORMATION IN A PAGE, CAN YOU OPEN A MEMBER PAGE AS IN THE OTHER FORUMS?
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PostAuthor: schoolmaster1954 » Sat Dec 23, 2006 3:07 pm

DİĞER FAYDALI KELİMELER= Other Useful Vocabulary :
CAN YOU TRANSLATE THE FOLLOWING INTO KURDISH?

Su= water
Fincan= cup
Portakal suyu= orange-juice
Bardak= glass
Et suyu= meat-broth
Tabak= plate
Süt= milk
Bıçak= knife
Şeker= sugar, candy, sweet
Büyük= big, large
Kahve= coffee
Küçük= small, little
Sade= no sugar
Erkek= man, male
Az şekerli= a little sugar
Kadın= woman
Çok şekerli= a lot of sugar
Kız= girl
Çay= tea
Çocuk= child
Ayran= yogurt drink (yogurt shaken with water)
Oglan= boy
Bira= beer
Kız= daughter
Şarap= wine
Ogul= son
Beyaz= white
Anne= mother
Kırmızı= red
Baba= father
Buz= ice
Kardeş= sibling (brother, sister)
Biber= pepper
Kız kardeş= sister
Tuz= salt
Erkek kardeş= brother
Ekmek= bread
O= he , she, it, that
Tereyagı= butter
Bu= this
Peynir= cheese
Arkadaş= friend, colleague
Meze= appetizers
Amerika Birleşik Devletleri= United States Of America
Et= meat
Soguk= cold
Türkiye Cumhuriyeti= Republic of Turkey
Tavuk= chicken
Balık= fish
Pilav= pilaf
Salata= salad, lettuce
Meyva= fruit
Sebze= vegetable
Çorba= soup
Sandviç= Sandwich
Tatlı= dessert
Dondurma= ice cream, sorbet
Çatal= fork
Kaşık= spoon
Pahalı= expensive
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PostAuthor: cazyun » Sat Dec 23, 2006 3:25 pm

Çok şekerli= a lot of sugar
Kız= girl
Çay= tea
Çocuk= child
Ayran= yogurt drink (yogurt shaken with water)
Oglan= boy
Bira= beer
Kız= daughter
Şarap= wine
Ogul= son
Beyaz= white
Anne= mother
Kırmızı= red
Baba= father
Buz= ice
Kardeş= sibling (brother, sister)
Biber= pepper
Kız kardeş= sister
Tuz= salt
Erkek kardeş= brother
Ekmek= bread
O= he , she, it, that
Tereyagı= butter
Bu= this
Peynir= cheese
Arkadaş= friend, colleague
Meze= appetizers
Amerika Birleşik Devletleri= United States Of America
Et= meat
Soguk= cold
Türkiye Cumhuriyeti= Republic of Turkey
Tavuk= chicken
Balık= fish
Pilav= pilaf
Salata= salad, lettuce
Meyva= fruit
Sebze= vegetable
Çorba= soup
Sandviç= Sandwich
Tatlı= dessert
Dondurma= ice cream, sorbet
Çatal= fork
Kaşık= spoon
Pahalı= expensive

su=av
fincan= cup
portakalsuyu= portakal serbet
bardak= buza
sut= sir
bicak= saku
seker= seker
buyuk= gevre
kahve=kahva
kucuk= gecke
O= eo
az sekerli= kem seker
kadin= jin
cok sekerli= zor/gelek seker
kiz= kec
peynir= penir
arkadas= birader
cay=cay
bira= bira
kiz= kec
sarap= surab
anne= daye
baba= baba
Türkiye Cumhuriyeti= cumhuriety turkiye

the rest bro diri shuld fill he can better :wink:

this is funny topic 8)

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PostAuthor: Parsi » Sat Dec 23, 2006 4:22 pm

This is in Azar Dialect of Isfahan - haha good luck trying to communicate w/ other Turks using this :P

How are you? Najur San?
What's up? Na Xabardi?
What do you want? Na mana istisan?
What are you doing? Na ilisan?
How much? Na Qadar?
Where is it? Har dadi?
Who is it? Kimdı?
I don't want to Iştamirim
Maybe Momkinvar
Please Xahesh Ilirim
I don't remember Yadimda Yuxdu
I'll hit you Doyaram san :P
Shut up Boqül
Are you coming? Gali san?
Are they coming? Gali lar?
Do you understand? oştun? anadin?
You don't understand? Anami san?


Tooth diş
Eye güz
Lips doduleh
mouth haqiz
tongue dil
brain boynı
foot giç
stomache garnı
chest duş
eyebrow qaş
ear gülax

Green White and Red - My colors Güy Aqir Girmiz: Manim Rahilarim 8)
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