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I'm trying to pronounce amharic

Started this discussion. Last reply by Nicholas Bailey Apr 21, 2011. 3 Replies

When I hear someone speak amharic, I write the sound, for example: senikenemasacho, btyetno, besilklitkn,  yetebesadabo, eskelbito, mezaha, etc.  By using the fidel, I can translate amharic writing…Continue

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At 7:05pm on April 29, 2011, Zewditu Fesseha said…

Yes you can use it but it change meaning. 

የሱ ቆመ or                 እሱ  ቆመ
የሱ ቆች አለ                እሱ ቁጭ አለ
የሱ የሀደ ነው              እሱ እየሄደ ነው
የሱ ተኛ                    እሱ ተኛ
የሱ የሮተ ነው             እሱ እየሮጠ ነው
 ቆመች                    እሷ ቆመች
የሷ ቆች አለች             እሷ ቁጭ አለች
የሷ የሀደች ነው           እሷ  እየሄደች ነው
የሷ የሮተች ነው          እሷ  እየሮጠች ው    
የሷ ተኛች                \እሷ   ተኛች
የቆመ ወንድ ልጅ አሳየኝ      oky
የጠኛ ወንድ ልጅ አሳየኝ      የተኛ
ቆችያለ ወንድ ልጅ አሳየኝ     ቁጭ
የቆመች ሰት ልድ አሳየኝ        oky ሴት
ቆች የአለች ሰት ልጅ አሳየኝ    ቁጭ  ሴት
ቆችያለ ሕፃን አሳየኝ             ቁጭ

የተኛ ሕፃን አሳየኝ               oky
የሚትሮት ሰት ልጅ አሳየኝ   የምትሮጥ  ሴት
የሚሮት ሕፃን አሳየኝ        የሚሮጥ   

ተኛ ሰት ልጅ አሳየኝ      የተኛ ች ሴት
At 7:28am on April 21, 2011, Zewditu Fesseha said…

Mezaha = book, (metsehaf) Eskelbito = pen (eskerbito), Alowiken = I don't know. (alaweqem)  These are some of the words I've learnt,

This is great keep it up,

At 11:57pm on April 15, 2011, Zewditu Fesseha said…
As you know Ethiopian on of the oldest nation has a lot and closed to the world . Ethiopia, the land of many ethnics has over 70 different ethnic languages and about 200 different dialects. However, you will find that English, French, and Italian are spoken quite very well. As diverse as their back grounds, are their customs, costumes and traditions. you will meet and see diverse looking people. Ethiopia has one of the widest ranges of beautiful looking people to be found anywhere the word. By learning and visiting the country you will learn a lot.
At 10:27pm on April 14, 2011, Zewditu Fesseha said…

enkuwan dehena mettu/welcome


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