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  - nis  ½ - nis  
 
  - nis  ½ - nis  
 
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  0 - sifir 0 - sifir
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  0 - sifr  
 
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-     
  1 - ek  1 - ek
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  1 - yak
 
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-     
  2 - du  2 - du
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  2 - du   
 
-     
 
-     
3 - se 3 - se  
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  3 - se  
 
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  4 - char  4 - char
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  4 - chor
 
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  5 - penc  5 - penc
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  5 - panj
 
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  6 - shas  6 - shas
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  6 - shash
 
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  7 - héft  7 - héft
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  7 - haft
 
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  8 - hisht  8 - hisht
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  8 - hasht
 
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  9 - nuh  9 - nuh
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  9 - nuh   
 
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  10 - dah  10 - dah
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  10 - dah   
 
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  11 - yezde  11 - yezde
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  11 - yozdah
 
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  12 - duzde  12 - duzde
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  12 - duvozdah
 
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  13 - sezde  13 - sezde
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  13 - senzdah
 
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  14 - charde  14 - charde
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  14 - chordah
 
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  15 - pencde  15 - pencde
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  15 - ponzdah
 
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  16 - sasde  16 - sasde
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  16 - shonzdah
 
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  17 - héfde  17 - héfde
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  17 - habdah
 
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  18 - hisde  18 - hisde
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  18 - hajdah
 
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  19 - nuzde  19 - nuzde
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  19 - nuzdah
 
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  20 - bist  20 - bist
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  20 - bist   
 
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  21 - bistuu-ek 21 - bistuu-ek
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  21 - bistu-yak  
 
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  22 - bistuu-du  22 - bistuu-du  
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  22 - bistu-du  
 
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  50 - pancoh  50 - pancoh
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  50 - panjoh
 
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  100 - sad  100 - sad
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  100 - sad   
 
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  1000 - hazor 1000 - hazor
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  1000 -yak hazor
 
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===Time===
 
===Time===

Revision as of 20:06, 11 February 2010

Tajik is the main language of Tajikistan, and is closely related to Farsi. and Kurdish

Contents

Pronunciation guide

Vowels

Consonants

Common diphthongs

Phrase list

Basics

Hello. 
. ( )
Hello. (informal
. ( )
How are you? 
 ? ( ?)
Fine, thank you. 
. ( )
What is your name? 
 ? ( ?)
My name is ______ . 
______ . ( _____ .)
Nice to meet you. 
. ( )
Please. 
. ( )
Thank you. 
. ( )
You're welcome. 
. ( )
Yes. 
. ( )
No. 
. ( )
Excuse me. (getting attention
. ( )
Excuse me. (begging pardon
. ( )
I'm sorry. 
. ( )
Goodbye 
. ( )
Goodbye (informal
. ( )
I can't speak name of language [well]. 
[ ]. ( [ ])
Do you speak English? 
 ? ( ?)
Is there someone here who speaks English? 
 ? ( ?)
Help! 
 ! ( !)
Look out! 
 ! ( !)
Good morning. 
. ( )
Good evening. 
. ( )
Good night. 
. ( )
Good night (to sleep
. ( )
I don't understand. 
. ( )
Where is the toilet? 
 ? ( ?)

Problems

Numbers

- nis  ½ - nis 

-

0 - sifr  

-

1 - yak 

-

2 - du  

-

3 - se 

-

4 - chor 

-

5 - panj

-

6 - shash 

-

7 - haft

-

8 - hasht

-

9 - nuh  

-

10 - dah  

-

11 - yozdah 

-

12 - duvozdah 

-

13 - senzdah

-

14 - chordah

-

15 - ponzdah

-

16 - shonzdah

-

17 - habdah

-

18 - hajdah

-

19 - nuzdah

-

20 - bist  

-

21 - bistu-yak  

-

22 - bistu-du 

-

50 - panjoh

-

100 - sad  

-

1000 -yak hazor

Time

Clock time

Duration

Days

Months

Writing time and date

Colors

Transportation

Bus and train

Directions

Taxi

Lodging

Money

Eating

Bars

Shopping

Driving

Authority

Learning more

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