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      Any Mirpuris on here? Anyone wanna teach me Mirpuri, I luv it!!!!

      I use to hate MP's LOL but I just realised it's a BADDDD (in a good kind of way) language and MP's are hot hot hot people.

      I can speak Lahori Punjabi and Seraiki/Hindko but I wanna learn Mirpuri.

      So how does one say the following sentences in the Mirpuri dialect?

      - Jab Pakistan gaey to dono bhai ikathey blue-area jaaen ge. (When we go Pakistan, both of us brothers will go blue-area together)

      - Kesay mizaaj hain? (How are you).

      - Give that to me.

      - Have this.

      -Chilll out, stop being so serious.

      -Talk to me, why are you so quite?

      That's all for now, any help will be greatly appreciated.

      I want proper Mirpuri translations, not Urdufied ones because they sound prettier, I'm Paki not Gora so I'll know if you're lying, and for God's sake if you're not Mirpuri or don't know Mirpuri don't mess me thread up.

      xxxx

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      I want to learn pothwari too.
      jo nosherwan ko sikhaye woh mujhey bhi sikha daie unlike her/him I only know urdu n not punjabi or seraiki
      If wisdom’s ways you wisely seek,
      Five things observe with care,
      To whom you speak,Of whom you speak,
      And how, and when, and where.

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      hum pothowari hain hum apko sikha sakthay hain......
      They said: “Glory be to You! We have no knowledge except what You have taught us. You are the All-Knowing, the All-Wise.” ( Surat al-Baqara, 2:32)

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      Quote Originally Posted by Nosherwan View Post
      Any Mirpuris on here? Anyone wanna teach me Mirpuri, I luv it!!!!

      I use to hate MP's LOL but I just realised it's a BADDDD (in a good kind of way) language and MP's are hot hot hot people.

      I can speak Lahori Punjabi and Seraiki/Hindko but I wanna learn Mirpuri.

      So how does one say the following sentences in the Mirpuri dialect?

      - Jab Pakistan gaey to dono bhai ikathey blue-area jaaen ge. (When we go Pakistan, both of us brothers will go blue-area together)

      - Kesay mizaaj hain? (How are you).

      - Give that to me.

      - Have this.

      -Chilll out, stop being so serious.

      -Talk to me, why are you so quite?

      That's all for now, any help will be greatly appreciated.

      I want proper Mirpuri translations, not Urdufied ones because they sound prettier, I'm Paki not Gora so I'll know if you're lying, and for God's sake if you're not Mirpuri or don't know Mirpuri don't mess me thread up.

      xxxx

      im from mirpur back home but how can u tell how we speak i mean i speak urdu in pakistan and just add english words when i forget the urdu word.
      smile and silence r da 2 most powerful tools.smile is the way to solve many problems,and silence is the way to avoid many problems.

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      give that to me woh mujhe dena please

      Chilll out, stop being so serious. chill out itna serious kyun ho

      Talk to me, why are you so quite?aap itne khamosh kyun hai mujse baat karo na

      have this ye le



      hope it helps itz how id say it and trust me im MIRPURI
      smile and silence r da 2 most powerful tools.smile is the way to solve many problems,and silence is the way to avoid many problems.

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      ^ errrr thats urdu though Even I can tell that much, and I'm not even mirpuri!

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      Chica girl you are another sad case of an inferiority complex.

      Urdu is a beautiful language but it's the language of our Urdudan brethren not of Mirpuris.

      Maarri pehn, mikki wanted the Pothwari/Mirpuri dialect of Punjabi, not Urdu.
      (I speak it better than you).

      I can speak the Lahori, Seraiki/Hindko dialects of Punjabi but I also wanna learn the Mirpuri dialect.

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      Quote Originally Posted by sweetu View Post
      hum pothowari hain hum apko sikha sakthay hain......
      Please, I would like that very much.

      I have Pothwari speaking friends and I can pretty much understand it and probably speak it too but I'm shy incase I say anything wrong so I wanna confirm on here first.

      I watched "Mikki Kharro England" and "Mein Jhulleya England" and fell in lurve with the dialect.

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      u wanna taste of real pothwari and mirpuri language?

      hmmm

      ok then go to youtube and search: "Pothwari drama" there u will find the funniest pothwari and mirpuri.


      I do not speak it perfectly because my Pothwari /mirpuri mixed with Urdu since i was born in karachi and lived there but at home my parents do speak it.


      - Jab Pakistan gaey to dono bhai ikathey blue-area jaaen ge. (When we go Pakistan, both of us brothers will go blue-area together)

      - Kesay mizaaj hain? (How are you). = Jee ayaa nooon, or keh haal e tussa naa'n

      - Give that to me. = marray ki dey

      - Have this. = eh'kin

      -Chilll out, stop being so serious. = maujan karr, inna ...... rest i dont know!!

      -Talk to me, why are you so quite? = mehndey or mahre nal gall gar, tu innna chup kiun haiin?

      My humble try
      Na pooch mera patta mauj e hawa hoon main....

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      My parents mother tongue is Potwari .. and have spoken both Urdu and Potwari at home.. but I guess mix them both (to make it a politer version)

      Pure Potwari I think is as follows..

      - Jab Pakistan gaey to dono bhai ikathey blue-area jaaen ge.
      Jab Pakistan jasa to asa doi blue area jasan


      - Kesay mizaaj hain? (How are you). = Kai haal hai tusana

      - Give that to me. = Miki diyo

      - Have this. = eh kinno

      -Chilll out, stop being so serious. = Araam kar, itna serious kyoun eh (Don't think I have ever used a potwari word for serious)

      -Talk to me, why are you so quite? = Meray naal gal karo, itne chup kyoun ho?
      yeah but no but yeah but...

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      Thanks guys, really appreciate it.

      I'll post more stuff when I need translations.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Nosherwan View Post
      Chica girl you are another sad case of an inferiority complex.

      Urdu is a beautiful language but it's the language of our Urdudan brethren not of Mirpuris.

      Maarri pehn, mikki wanted the Pothwari/Mirpuri dialect of Punjabi, not Urdu.
      (I speak it better than you).

      I can speak the Lahori, Seraiki/Hindko dialects of Punjabi but I also wanna learn the Mirpuri dialect.

      if this is a personal dig den its taken with a pinch of salt As u can see i first did ask em how they can tell wen someone is mirpuri and i just said i am mirpuri and dis is how i speak!!!!!!!!
      smile and silence r da 2 most powerful tools.smile is the way to solve many problems,and silence is the way to avoid many problems.

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      this is sorta like the language my parents and relative use.

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      LOL
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      Tussan ehthay ke baanay o! Jao saaray milli ke damay ni machi khao

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      itah sarey apni zabaan bolney pe, chalo mein ve try marney ya

      - Jab Pakistan gaey to dono bhai ikathey blue-area jaaen ge. (When we go Pakistan, both of us brothers will go blue-area together) - pakistan jasa ta doy prah ikathey blue-area jasa

      - Kesay mizaaj hain? (How are you). ka haal ah, teek yo

      - Give that to me. eh miki deso

      - Have this. ahnno

      -Chilll out, stop being so serious.-N/A

      -Talk to me, why are you so quite? marey naal gal karo, itney chup kiya yonh
      I hope its enough mirpuri for ya.
      watcha looking at?

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      jhull oye!

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      can someone teach me mirpuri in voice chat please
      I badly want to learn it
      If wisdom’s ways you wisely seek,
      Five things observe with care,
      To whom you speak,Of whom you speak,
      And how, and when, and where.

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