How do you say thank you very much in Dari?
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|Greeting||Salam va ashnai|
|Thank you (very much)!||Mersi,mamnoon,(kheili mamnoon)|
|You’re welcome! (for “thank you”)||Khahesh mikonam|
Why do Iranians say Merci?
Merci is one of the very commonly used ones, because the Persian alternatives ‘Moteshakeram’, or ‘Mamnoon’, sometimes sound more formal, or simply harder to say. merci – (rather informal) thank you.
How do you say bye in Dari?
Key to abbreviations: frm = formal, inf = informal, sg = singular (said to one person), pl = plural (said to more than one person)….Useful phrases in Dari.
|Goodbye (Parting phrases)||(Xudâ hâfez) خدا حافظ (Tâ didâr ba’ad) تا دیدار بعد|
|Good luck!||(Mwafaq baâšid) موفق باشید|
What does Chetori mean in Farsi?
The are questions about a person’s health in an informal way . “chetori” means “how are you doing?” and the second one “how is s/he doing? In these sentences , the final letters or sounds in the phonological forms are actually the short forms of the verb “to be” .
Widely used phrases
Enjoy these Dari expressions, but don’t forget to bookmark this page for future reference. Hi! Good morning! Good afternoon! Good evening! Hello my friend! I’m fine, thank you!
What does the phrase ” Good bye ” in Dari mean?
My favorite “Good bye” in Dari/Farsi is “KHoda negahdar”, which means “God watches you”, in the sense “May the Lord never take his eyes off you”. BTW “Khoda” literally means “Himself”, which for those of you who knows Russian has an identical word in Russian “Сам”.
What do people in Afghanistan know about Dari?
Most Afghans know a BUNCH… everyone knows Dari and Pashto, and many also know Tajik, Uzbek, Russian, and English. As a Coalition advisor in Kabul, I’ve found even a little Dari goes a LONG way. Here’s my take on the absolute least you need to know… Kumak! Help! Because you just never know when you might need it…
Which is the best way to say farewell 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.