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    (Original post by h333)
    Looool. Good one.



    Omd i felt the same.
    A good thing seems to be that some of the words are used in urdu. Words like "khaber". Now I'm confident I can get the jist of this language insha'Allah.
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    (Original post by I am the cloud)
    A good thing seems to be that some of the words are used in urdu. Words like "khaber". Now I'm confident I can get the jist of this language insha'Allah.
    I say "khabar" but idk maybe that is just a dialect. Yeah it is same in a few other languages too. True you will notice some words here and there. Lol soon you will be speaking fluently insha'Allah.
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    (Original post by zayn008)
    What's a Pashto? Is it like a mash potato curry?
    It's a language spoken by mostly pathans/pashtuns. It's spoken widely in Afghanistan and also in areas of Pakistan.

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    I say "khabar" but idk maybe that is just a dialect. Yeah it is same in a few other languages too. True you will notice some words here and there. Lol soon you will be speaking fluently insha'Allah.
    Yeh, It might be due to dialect, I have no clue. Although I pronounced it how you've written it because that's how I pronounce it in urdu.
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    (Original post by I am the cloud)
    It's a language spoken by mostly pathans/pashtuns. It's spoken widely in Afghanistan and also in areas of Pakistan.



    Yeh, It might be due to dialect, I have no clue. Although I pronounced it how you've written it because that's how I pronounce it in urdu.
    I see. Yeah that should be fine. Urdu is so easy to understand but I feel it is so different to Pashto because Urdu has more Persian influence.
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    Go to Bradford and find a tutor
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    http://polyglotted.tumblr.com/post/3...ning-resources

    has some stuff.
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    (Original post by Ravenous)
    Go to Bradford and find a tutor
    Haven't got money to spare for a tutor!

    Thanks. I'll take a look
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    (Original post by I am the cloud)
    I might end up accidentally calling someone a khaar.
    :lol:
 
 
 
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