This site is designed to teach Kurmanji Kurdish in small bite-sized increments using a systematic, step by step approach. As much as possible, we aim to explain. Learn Kurmanji – Has several lessons with videos, audios and explanations. Kurmanji Kurdish For The Beginners – A good book, though it contains a lot of. Kurdish (Kurdish: Kurdî or کوردی) is a dialect continuum spoken by the Kurds in western Asia. It is part of the Iranian branch of the Indo-Iranian group of.
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A systematic approach, beginning with the bwginners building blocks of Kurmanji and progressing to advanced structures and topics. Unlike the basic prepositions discussed above, this element can not occur by itself, but only in combination with a final particle: Kurmanji Kurdish, Lesson 4 3 2. Enter the email address you signed up with and we’ll email you a reset link.
Negative As for their negative forms, it can be done in two fashions. Derya is dor Qoser. Although it is smaller than a sea, Kurds call this lake the Wan Sea.
It is used in the parts of Kurdistan that are situated within the borders of Turkey and Syria, and by the large Kurdish diaspora community in Europe and North America from these two countries. Have you known that their son has fallen from the tree? Kurmanji Kurdish, Lesson 8 3 – I have become tired of the villagers, I am going towards the mountain. Pay attention to the usage of prepositions as well as the case of the noun oblique or nominal following the preposition.
It is formed from the present stem see previous pointto which a prefix di- is attached. There used to be a tree in kuridsh of our house and the birds would go on it all the time. I have fallen from the tree.
He has two sisters. In this sense, it is used to express an event or situation in the past preceding another past event or situation.
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This short passage has been slightly modified compared to the original work. Nouns that denote persons, or higher animals, have the gender corresponding to their meaning. Latest Updates Lesson 15 has been added! A typical Ezafe construction from the texts is the following: In standard orthography it is written as part of the noun.
She studies American literature. At seven O’clock I come home. The Ezafe particle takes different forms according to the gender and the number of the head noun. I want to tell you give you a piece of news. This phrase is productively used with the superlative phrases.
She has seen us. When I arrived at home they had already drank tea. Texts and Dialogues After laying some foundational building blocks, a number of lessons include texts and dialogues to fod you learn everything in context. After washing my face lit. Kurmanji Kurdish, Lesson 8 5 2.
Meyrem will also come to Wan for the holidays, and we will go to lake Wan together and we will swim. When I saw him, he was buying clothes. The personal endings, in bold type in the examples above, are shown in the chart below: They slept two kurmanui during that while.
Naz, do you cook good food lit. The park is not large lit. These endings are actually written separately as though they were independent words, but fof are really unstressed short forms pronounced as though they were part of the kurrish word. The present stem itself is extremely important, because it also forms the basis of the subjunctive kurrish, the imperative, see next lessonand the future tense! For learners, however, they are difficult to perceive and at this stage need not be introduced.
I had not seen a snake as big as that. It is formed very simply by adding -n to the past stem. What is your name? Wordlist an, yan or Ex: Our lessons include exercises to encourage you to practice. We will talk later. Then my mother went home and I went to my friends. In the previous lesson we had explained the present tense khrmanji Kurmanji. Up to now three poem collections by him have appeared: Kurmanji Kurdish, Lesson 2 7 1. They run faster than all of us.
The past stem of the verbs is very simply found by deleting the ending – i n from the infinitive: I generally study lit.