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===Basics===
 
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; Hello. :  Selam. / Ma be xér.  
 
; Hello. :  Selam. / Ma be xér.  
; How are you? (informal) :  Tı senén ay / Se kenay rınd ay ?
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; How are you? (informal) :  Tı senén ay / Se kena dinca ?
 
; How are you? (formal) :  Şıma senén é / Se kené rınd é ?
 
; How are you? (formal) :  Şıma senén é / Se kené rınd é ?
 
; Fine, thank you. :  Ez hol a, / Ez  rınd a, berxudar be.
 
; Fine, thank you. :  Ez hol a, / Ez  rınd a, berxudar be.
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; My name is ...  :  Namey mı ... o/a.  
 
; My name is ...  :  Namey mı ... o/a.  
 
; Nice to meet you. : Ez memnun biya.
 
; Nice to meet you. : Ez memnun biya.
; Please. :  Xéré xo.
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; Please. :  Xeyr de xo.
 
; Thank you. :  Weş u war be. / Berxudar be.
 
; Thank you. :  Weş u war be. / Berxudar be.
; You're welcome. : Şıma xér amey.
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; You're welcome. : Şıma xeyr amey.
; Yes. :  Ya
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; Yes. :  E
 
; No. :  Né
 
; No. :  Né
 
; Excuse me. :  Pardon.
 
; Excuse me. :  Pardon.
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===Transportation===
 
===Transportation===
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Where are yo going: Tıye şine koti?
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Ezo şına ...: I'm goint to ...
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*Gem: Wild
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*hega: Garden
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*Dew: Willage
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*city: Suke
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====Bus and train====
 
====Bus and train====

Revision as of 14:19, 30 September 2012

Zazaki or Zazaish is a Language an spoken in the Eastern Anatolia region of Turkey.

Contents

Pronunciation guide

Vowels

Consonants

Common diphthongs

Phrase list

Basics

Hello. 
Selam. / Ma be xér.
How are you? (informal) 
Tı senén ay / Se kena dinca ?
How are you? (formal) 
Şıma senén é / Se kené rınd é ?
Fine, thank you. 
Ez hol a, / Ez rınd a, berxudar be.
What is your name? 
Namey to çık o ?
My name is ...  
Namey mı ... o/a.
Nice to meet you. 
Ez memnun biya.
Please. 
Xeyr de xo.
Thank you. 
Weş u war be. / Berxudar be.
You're welcome. 
Şıma xeyr amey.
Yes. 
E
No. 
Excuse me. 
Pardon.
I'm sorry. 
Qusır de seyr meke.
Goodbye (informal)
Xatır be to.
Goodbye (formal
Xatır be şıma.
I can't speak name of language [well]. 
Ez né şena " ...." [weş] qesey bıki.
Do you speak English? 
To Englezki zanena ?
(Is there someone here) who speaks English? 
(Tiya de) kam Englezki zaneno ?
Help! 
imdad !
Good morning. 
Sodır be xér.
Good evening. 
Şan be xér.
Good night. 
Şewe be xér.
Good night (to sleep
Şewe be xér bo.
I don't understand. 
'Ez fam né kena.
Where is the toilet? 
Tuvalet koti o?

Problems

Numbers

0 - sıfır

1 - yew (ju)

2 - dı

3 - hiré

4 - çar

5 - panc

6 - ses (şeş)

7 - hewt (howt)

8 - heşt

9 - new

10 - des

11- des u yew

12- des u dı

13- des u hiré

14- des çar

15-des u panc

16-des u ses

17- des u hewt

18- des u heşt

19- des u new

20 - vist

25 - vist u panc

30 - hirıs

40 - çewres

50 - pancas

60 - seşti

70 - hewtay

80 - heştay

90 - neway

100 - se

200 - dı sey

500 - panc sey

1000 - hazar

Time

Clock time

Saete çend a ? (What time is it ?)

Saete heşt a. (It is eight o'clock)


Duration

Days

Dışeme: Monday

Séşeme: Thursday

Çarşeme: Wednesday

Panşeme: Thursday

Yene: Friday

Şeme: Saturday

Bazar: Sunday

Months

Çele: January

Gucige: February

Adare/Marte: March

Nisane: April

Gulane: May

Hezirane: June

Temmuze: July

Tebaxe: August

Elule: September

Oktobre: October

Teşrine: November

Kanune: December

Writing time and date

Colors: "Rengi"

sıpé: white

siya: black

sur: red

kewe: blue

kesk: green

çeqer / zerd: yellow

gewr: grey

penbe: pink

mor: purple

Transportation

Where are yo going: Tıye şine koti? Ezo şına ...: I'm goint to ...

  • Gem: Wild
  • hega: Garden
  • Dew: Willage
  • city: Suke


Bus and train

Directions

Taxi

Lodging

Money

Pere/Perey/Pangunot

Eating

Bars

Shopping

Rose Guretene

Driving

Authority

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