How do you say delicious in Afghanistan?
The other thing to always remember is that Afghans likes it when you speak even a few words of their language….Your First Words in Dari Posted by Sayed Naqibullah on Aug 14, 2011 in Uncategorized.
|Maza daar||Delicious||مزه دار|
What is thank you in Afghanistan?
Useful phrases in Dari
|Sorry||(Mahzrat mêxwaham) محذرت ميخواهم|
|Thank you||(Tašakor) تشكر|
|Reply to thank you||قابل تشکرنيست (Qâbele tašakor nest)|
What is I Love You in Afghanistan language?
The sentence, “I love you” in Dari is دوستت دارم Dostat daaram. The most common use of this sentence is the romantic use.
How do you say bye in Afghanistan?
Khoda hafiz – May God protect you, my favorite way to say “farewell”. Shohna ba Shohna – Shoulder to Shoulder… this is the NTM-A motto and it really speaks to our relationship with the Afghan National Security Forces.
How do you say hello in Afghanistan language?
A common verbal greeting is “Salam” or “Salam alaikum”, meaning “Peace be upon you”. People usually place their right hand over their heart when they speak, to show respect and sincerity in the greeting. Greetings are usually prolonged as each person enquires about the other.
How do you say my love in Afghanistan?
In spoken and daily Farsi, we just say “Eshgham / ????” which literally translates to “My love”. If you want it to be a little more formal, you can say “Eshgh e Man” which has the same meaning.
How do you say pretty girl in Farsi?
It is خوشگل [xoshgel] (=pretty) or خوشگله (= [she] is pretty).
What does Khoshtip mean in Farsi?
Khoshgel is usually used to describe a female and means beautiful. Khoshtip is basically used to describe a man and means handsome. Oon dokhtare kheyli khoshgele ( That girl is so beautiful )
How do you say I love in English?
Classic ways to say I love you
- I love you. Sweet, simple and easy to remember.
- I’m in love with you. This phrase is a bit more intense than the simple, ‘I love you.
- You’re the love of my life.
- I love you to the moon and back.
- I’m crazy about you.
- I’m head over heels for you.
- You’re my other half.
- I will always love you.
How do you say love without saying it?
Here are 20 ways to say “I love you” without actually saying “I love you.”
- “This reminded me of you.”
- “Let me help you with that.”
- “I really miss you.”
- “I am worried about you.”
- “I’m here for you.”
- “I respect you more than you know.”
- “Nothing will make me leave your side.”
- “I want to grow with you.”
What’s the correct way to greet someone in Afghanistan?
Eye contact should be kept to a minimum during greetings out of modesty, especially between men and women. A common verbal greeting is “ Salam ” or “ Salam alaikum ”, meaning “Peace be upon you”. People usually place their right hand over their heart when they speak, to show respect and sincerity in the greeting.
Which is the most beautiful place in Afghanistan?
Band-e-Amir is a beautiful collection of lakes sitting at 3,000 meters above sea level in Bamiyan Province, Central Afghanistan. I visited in October, and all of the trees in the park had turned gorgeous golden colours. There wasn’t another person there – I had this entire place to myself.
How to say to someone that they are beautiful in Farsi?
You can be written formally and informally either as “to” or as “shoma”. Shoma is more proper and respectful and should be used more. To tell someone that they are beautiful, you would say “Shoma ziba hasti” or “to ziba hasti.” You can also say “khelli” meaning “very” pronounced (khe-le) written as “خیلی”.
How many Dari phrases do you know in Afghanistan?
On patrol, shohna ba shohna…* On patrol, shoulder to shoulder…** There’s an old saw that if you know three languages, you’re trilingual, if you know two, you’re bilingual, and if you know one, you’re American. Most Afghans know a BUNCH… everyone knows Dari and Pashto, and many also know Tajik, Uzbek, Russian, and English.