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    Translation help :)

    Hi group,

    I'd be really grateful if someone could help me translate the following:



    Ҩ鹾ٴѧ ѧ ѡ س

    Thanks so much!

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    Re: Translation help :)


    Wait. (pronounced Ror, if Ror is your name)

    Ҩ鹾ٴѧ
    How should I start to say?

    ѧ ѡ س
    But I still 'love' you anyway.

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    Re: Translation help :)

    Quote Originally Posted by Zea View Post

    Wait. (pronounced Ror, if Ror is your name)

    Ҩ鹾ٴѧ
    How should I start to say?

    ѧ ѡ س
    But I still 'love' you anyway.
    Khun Zea,
    I think is a name, say Khun Raw س.

    The other way to translate that is like this.

    Dear Khun Raw,
    I don't know how to start saying, but I still love you anyway.



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    Re: Translation help :)

    I don't think the word "anyway" is necessary there.

    The word "anyway" is equivalent to " ѧ " ҧá ", which should be used when you're kinda contradicting something *_*

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    Re: Translation help :)

    Quote Originally Posted by Gon View Post
    I don't think the word "anyway" is necessary there.

    The word "anyway" is equivalent to " ѧ " ҧá ", which should be used when you're kinda contradicting something *_*
    I think that is more with the phrase "any way"

    ...however "anyway" is often used with time elements like -- still

    and the I think the ѧ/ pairing in this phrase ѧ ѡ س is expressing it over time.

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    Re: Translation help :)

    Ҩ鹾ٴѧ ѧ ѡ س
    I dont know how to start this, anyway i still love you.


    he/she try to say some thing but he/she doesn't know how to say.

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    Re: Translation help :)

    It's a man talking as this sentence indicates:

    ѧ ѡ س

    = I (male speaker)
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