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Lets learn Baluchi with English Instructions:
« on: June 22, 2005, 04:44:59 PM »
Dear brothers and sisters
Assalam-o-alaikum

It is our routine observation over net that so many Baloch fellows specially those, they are living out side from their homeland or living among non-Baluchi gathering does not speak and understand Baluchi.
 
Even they are interested to learn their native language but due to lack of availability of materials or institution they could not get their needs.

I would like to start a thread to provide our brothers/sister an idea how to present our language in front of learners.

Here I’ll share some short phrases with English instructions you can also guide me whenever you feel I am mistaking anywhere.

I am sure with our demo learning lessons learners will be able at least to understand their routine life terminologies in easy way.

We all are teachers and all are students so please don’t hesitate to learn new things and share whatever you know to your fellows.

Have a fun. :)

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« Reply #1 on: June 22, 2005, 05:06:47 PM »
Baluchi Roman Alphabets:
a á b c d ď e f g ģ h i í j k l m n o p q r ŕ ø s š t ť u v w x y z ž ay aw


(33 letters and 2 diphthongs)


First Session
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Baluchi = ey
English = He/she/it/they/specially for this

Baluchi = aa / Á
English = He/she/it/they/specially for that
 
Baluchi = mann /
English = Me / I am

Baluchi = ta’o
English = You

Baluchi = manee
English = Mine

Baluchi = ta’ee
English = Yours

Baluchi = ishiye / iśiye
English = His/Her/It’s

Baluchi = aahiye / Áhiye
English = His/Her/That’s

Baluchi = chitoray (in short)
Baluchi = chonay


English = How are you
Baluchi = ta’o chitoray (in Baluchistan of Iranian Region)
Baluchi = Ta’o chounay (in Baluchistan  of Pakistani Region)


English = I am fine
Baluchi = mann jouŕāń
Baluchi = mann washooń    


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« Reply #2 on: July 09, 2005, 11:15:10 AM »
Session two:

Here is second lesson. Hope you will enjoy it.
I am looking forward for your comments and guidance:.

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Baloch_sis

Vocabulary:

mann = Me
manee = my / mine
tao = You
taee = yours
shuma = You (Plural)
aa / á  = That / He / She
aahiye= of his/her
Ey = This / He/ She
Chey = What
chiya = Why
parchiya = Why
chouń  (Sound of “n” should not be prominent) = how?
Choneń = how is
Chitao = How
Chitaoreń = how is
Chitaoraka = How
Chincho = How much
Chekkaa = How much
Chekaar’a= For how much
Koja = Where
Kujango = where
Kaya = whom?
Kahe = who?
Kaheiń = who is?
Kayaań = who are they
Doust = friend (commonly for male friend)
Doustaa.n = friends
Dazgohar = female friends
Dazgoharaa.n = female friends

Phrases:
Aa kahein? Who is this?
Aa choneiń? How is this?
Shazia choneiń? How is shazia? (One accent)
Tao chone? How are you?
Tao kahe? Who are you?
Tao kuje? Where are you?
Tao chiye? What are you?

Shazia chitaoreiń? How is shazia? (Another accent)
Ey kayaań? Who they are?
Ey manee doustaań ? They are my friends.
Ey manee dazgoharaań? they are my friends (female)
Ey mani dazgohareń? she is my friend.
Ey mani dousteń? he is my friend
Ey taee dazgohaareń? Is she your friend?
Ey manee dazgohaareń? Is she my friend?
Aa kaheiń? Who is that?
Ey kaheiń? Who is this?
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« Reply #3 on: August 18, 2005, 09:10:08 PM »
Vocabulary:

Mann = Me
Manee = my / mine
Tao = You
Taee = yours
Shuma = You (Plural)
Aa = That / He / She
Aahiye= his/her
Ey = This / He/ She
Chey = What
Chiya = Why
Per-chiya = Why
Chon' (Sound of “n” should not be prominent) = how?
Chonen' = how is
Chito = How
Chitoren' = how is
Chincho = How much
Chekaa = How much
Chekaara= For how much
Kuja = Where
Kujango = where
Kaya = whome?
Kahe = who?
Kahein' = who is?
Kayaan' = who are they
Doust = friend (commonly for male friend)
Doustaan' = friends
Dazgohar = female friends
Dazgoharaan' = female friends

Phrases:
Aa kahein'?   Who is this?
Aa chonein'?  How is this?
Shazia chonein'? How is shazia? (One accent)
Tao chone? How are you?
Tao kahe? Who are you?
Tao kuje? Where are you?
Tao chiye? What are you?

Shazia chitorein? How is shazia? (Another accent)
Ey kayaa.n? Who they are?
Ey mani doustaa.n ? They are my friends.
Ey mani dazgoharaa.n? they are my friends (female)
Ey mani dazgohar.en? she is my friend.
Ey mani doust.en? he is my friend
Ey Ta’ee dazgohaar.en? Is she your friend?
Ey mani dazgohaar.en? Is she my friend?
Aa kahein? Who is that?
Ey kahein? Who is this?
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« Reply #4 on: August 18, 2005, 09:15:38 PM »
Session 4th
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Baluchi = Maat / Maas
English = Mother

Baluchi =Peth /Pess
English = Father

Baluchi = Peerok / Pirok
English = Grand paa

Baluchi = Ballok
English = Grand Maa

Baluchi = Braat / Braas
English = Brother

Baluchi = Gohar/ Gwar
English = Sister

Baluchi = Bratou
English = Stepbrother

Baluchi = Goharou
English = Step sister

Baluchi = Maatou
English = Stepmother

Baluchi = Pethou
English = Stepfather

Baluchi = Kasteren' gohaar
English = Younger sister

Baluchi = Masteren' braat
English = Elder brother

Baluchi = Zaag / Chukk
English = Kid / Child

Baluchi = Loug baanuk / Jann / Zann
English = Wife

Baluchi = Loug Wajah / Wajah kaar / Mard
English = Husband

Baluchi = Deshtaar
English = Fiancé / Fiancée

Baluchi = Zamaat
English = Brother in law / Son in law

Baluchi = Nishaar
English = Sister in law / Daughter in law

Baluchi = throu
English = Mother in law / aunt (sister of father/mother)

Balushi = Nako
English = Father in law / uncle (brother of father / mother)

Baluchi = Braa zaath / Braa zaathk / braa zaag
English = Child of brother

Baluchi = Gohaar zaath / gohaar zaathk / gohaar zaag
English = Child of sister

Baluchi = Nako’ zaath / nakoo zaathk
English = Cousin / child of uncle

Baluchi = Throo’ zaath / throo zaathk
English = Cousin / child of aunt

Baluchi = Saang-band
English = In laws

Baluchi = Vaserk
English = Brother in law

Baluchi = Duskich
English = Husband’s sister / Wife’s Sister

Baluchi = Peer / Pir
English = Old

Baluchi = VerNaa
English = youthful / Youth

Baluchi = Neym umr / Qamaash
English = Around age of 50 or later

Baluchi = KasaaN
English = Young

Baluchi = Ord / Ord.en
English = Little

Baluchi = Mazan
English = Big / Elder


Baluchi = Maat-peth
English = parents

Baluchi = Pet Peerok
English = father and grandparents/ ancestors
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« Reply #5 on: August 18, 2005, 09:23:12 PM »
Session 4th B:
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Baluchi: Rouch
English: Day / daytime /sun

Baluchi: Nouk / Mah
English: Moon

Baluchi: Shapp
English: Night

Baluchi = Saub
English = Morning

Baluchi = Bang-wah
English = Early morning

Baluchi = Beygah
English = Evening

Baluchi = Rouzard
English = Sun set

Baluchi = Shapp-e-neym
English = Mid night

Baluchi = Waab
English= Dream / asleep

Baluchi = Waab-jaah
English= Bad-room / A place fixed for sleeping

Baluchi = Aagah
English = Awake

Baluchi = Tahaar
English = Dark/darkness

Baluchi = Tahaari
English = darkness

Baluchi = RouxNa / RoujhNa /RoushNa
English = Brighness / light / day time

Baluchi = Rouxnaee
English = Brighness / day time / in day time

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« Reply #6 on: August 18, 2005, 09:27:15 PM »
Exercise No.: 5

Saub / Sabaa-e-sar= morning
Saub-e-saraa / Saba-e-saraa = at  morning
Saub-e-saraa mallah (early in the morning)
Saba-e-saraa mallah (early in the morning)

Hamuk / Hamm = every
Hamuk Saub = every morning
Hamm saub = every morning
Hamuk rouch = every day
Hamm rouch = every day
Hamuk randaa = every time
Hamm randaa = every time

Hamuk shapp = every night
Hamm shapp = every night
Hamuk shapp-e-neymaa = in every mid night
Saat damaan = every moment

Rouzard = sun set
Baangwah = sun raise
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« Reply #7 on: August 18, 2005, 09:31:52 PM »
Exercise No.: 6

Vocabulary:
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Neym = half
Poora = Full
Sajjaen' = full

Duraen' = full /All
yakkey = only one
Yak= one
Chaarek = quarter
chaarekey = a quarter
Yak chaarek = one quarter

Kappe = half piece

Say chaarek = three quarter

Khali / Khaleek’ / Haleek = Empty

Neym-Rouch = half day

Pooraein' Rouch = Full day

en'shappee = tonight

doushee = last night

parn-doushee = 2 night back

baandaa = tomorrow
poonshee = day after tomorrow
agrentey = next day
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« Reply #8 on: August 18, 2005, 09:37:12 PM »
Exercise No.: 7

Phrases related to the words provided above:

Tao kujae ?
Where are you?

Tao kuja buttage?
Where were you?

Tao kuja bahe?
Where you will be?

Solmaaz kujaen'?
Where is Solmaaz?

Solmaaz kuja buttaa?
Where were Solmaaz?

Shamsa kuja bee?
Where will be Shamsa?

Mann kujayaan'?
Where I am?

Mann Kuja Butta gaan' ?
Where I was?

Mann Kuja Bayaan'?
Where will I be?

Ey kujaen' ?
Where is he/she?

Ey kuja butta?
Where he/she was?
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« Reply #9 on: August 18, 2005, 09:41:29 PM »
Exercise # 8

byaa = come (in)
Mayaa = don't come

Boro = go
Maro= don't go

Benend / nend = sit down
manend = dont sit

husht / bohusht  = stand up
husht = stand up
mahusht = do not stand up.

bizoor / buzoor=  take it

Bede = give
Made = don’t give

Bekan = do (it)
Makan = don’t do it

Kenz = move
Makenz = don’t move
War / bewar = eat
Mawar  = don’t eat
Greyve = cry
Magreyve = don’t cry

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« Reply #10 on: August 18, 2005, 09:45:58 PM »

Exercise # 9

Kana gaen’ = doing
Rawa-gaen’ = going
yahaa gaen’  = coming

baya gaen’ = on going
Jana-gaen’ = beating
Nenda gaen’ = sitting
Graada gaen’ = cooking
Socha gaen’ = burning
Docha gaen’ = stitching
Prusha gaen’ = breaking

Genda gaen’ = watching / looking
Chara gahien' = watching / looking

Mera-gaen’ = dieing
Wana gaen’ = studying
Wapsa gaen’ = going to sleep
Roupa-gaen’ = dusting
Greyva gaen’ = crying
Sura gaen’ = moving

Gwasha gaen’ = saying /telling

Hesh kuna gaen’ = hearing /listening

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« Reply #11 on: August 18, 2005, 09:51:15 PM »
Exercise 10
Usage of above words:

Baluchi = Kahe Greyvagahen' ?
English = who is crying?

Baluchi = Kahe roupa gahen'?
English = Who is dusting?

Baluchi = Kahe kanagahen'?
English = Who is doing?

Baluchi = Kahe chaara gahen'?
English = Who is watching? / who is looking?

Baluchi = Kahe jana gahen'?
English = Who is beating?

Baluchi = Chey kana gahen'?
English = What is doing?

Baluchi = Chey gwasha gahen'?
English = What is saying?

Baluchi = Chey hesh kuna gahen'?
English = What is hearing?

Baluchi = kuja rawa gahen'?
English = Where is going?

Baluchi = kahe yaha-gahen'?
English = Who is coming?

Baluchi = Kehe waana-gahen'?
English = Who is studying?

Baluchi = Chey pursha gahen'?
English = What is breaking?
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Lix has posted these words over orkut.
« Reply #12 on: August 18, 2005, 09:55:16 PM »
Lix has posted these words at orkut on 1/24/2005 5:43 AM


animalz in balochi balochi/ english.

pishy/cat
kuchak/dog
moosh/mouse
chuck,murgh/bird
khar/donkey
chichi/lizard
goage/iguana, monitor lizard
maar/snake
pughut/frog
wagoo/crocodile
moreenk/ant
moko/spider
kirm/worm
kukoor/chicken
batakh/duck
pass/sheep
go-k/ cow
boloo/monkey
rich/bear
shuthurmurgh/ostrich
googarah/beatle
makisk/fly
pasha/mosquito
moongi/bee
zoom/scorpion
changashk/crab
machi/fish
jeenga/prawn,shrimp
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« Reply #13 on: August 18, 2005, 10:01:23 PM »
Present Indefinite Tense:


Affirmative sentences:

Example:
English: I write
Urdu: meiN likhtaa hooN
Baluchi = mann nibisagaoun'


English= we write
Urdu = hum likhte heN
Baluchi = maa nibisagaen'

English = you write
Urdu = tum likhte ho
Baluchi = tao nibisagae

English = he/she writes
Urdu = woh likhta / likhtee hai
Baluchi = aa nibissee

English = they write.
Urdu = voh likhte heN
Baluchi= aa nibisaan'
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Interrogative Sentences:
Do/does

English: Do I write?
Urdu: kyaa meiN likhtaa hooN
Baluchi = zanaan' mann nibisagaoun'


English= Do we write?
Urdu = kyaa hum likhte heN?
Baluchi = zanaan' maa nibisagaen'?

English = do you write?
Urdu = kyaa tum likhte ho?
Baluchi = zanaa tao nibise?

English = does he/she write?
Urdu = kyaa voh likhta / likhtee hai?
Baluchi = zanaa aa nibissee?

English = do they write?
Urdu = kyaa voh likhte heN?
Baluchi= zanaan' aa nibisaan'?
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« Reply #14 on: August 18, 2005, 10:12:32 PM »
What= chey = kyaa

English: what do I write?
Urdu: meiN kyaa likhtaa hooN?
Baluchi = Mann chey nibisagaoun'?


English= what do we write?
Urdu = hum kyaa likhte hain?
Baluchi = maa chey nibisaga’en?

English = what do you write?
Urdu = tum kyaa likhte ho?
Baluchi = ta’o chey nibisaga’e? zanaa tao chey nibisaga’e?

English = what does he/she writes?
Urdu = woh kyaa likhta / likhtee hai?
Baluchi = aa chey nibissee? / zanaa aa chey nibisee

English = what do they write?
Urdu = woh kyaa likhte heN?
Baluchi= aa chey nibisaan'? / aa zanaa chey nibisaagaen'
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