camelkebab wrote:oo be stockholm vorood resid
oo voroode baghche daakhel shod
camelkebab wrote:haalaa in doroste?
vorood shodan = arrive
vorood kardan = enter (farsidic.com)
camelkebab wrote:mikhaastam beporsam farghe "zan" ba "khaanom" chi hast?
writewell wrote:Alijsh, you usually answer my questions anyway, so I will try here.
I am a writer, and this is the situation: From a short distance, a young man mishears a comment made in conversation. The similarity of sounds could easily be confused in English, but I don't know if this confusion would exist in Farsi.
I would like to know if this statement, spoken in Farsi: "Navid will be the death of me." could be misheard as: "Navid will be dead to me."
writewell wrote:I would like to know if this statement, spoken in Farsi: "Navid will be the death of me." could be misheard as: "Navid will be dead to me."
camelkebab wrote:Estefâde az «zan» biadbi'st magar in ke goftogu, xwodemâni (masalan, miyân e dsutân) bâŝad. = ?
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