The Islamic Republic of Afghanistan is a mountainous land-locked country. Strategically located Afghanistan is steeped in history and culture that goes back over 5000 years.
Afghanistan is a heterogeneous nation of four major ethnic groups, namely Pashtoons, Tajiks, Hazaras and Uzbeks. The capital of Afghanistan, Kabul, is one of the oldest cities in Central Asia.
Pashto and Dari are the official languages of the country. About 35% of the population speaks Pashto. So, here come a few words that you can learn in the language.
|Good Morning||---||sahr pikheyr|
|Good bye||---||Khuda Hafez|
|Wish you well and good health||---||Jor' aw Rogh Ose|
|Wish you a happy and prosperous life||---||Khad aw Abad Ose|
|Thanks God you came safe and sound||---||Pa Khair Raghla|
|You are welcome anytime||---||har kala Rasha|
|May you not be tired||---||Sthare Mashe|
|Thanks a lot||---||Daera manana|
|You’re welcome||---||Teh gabarah nada|
|Meal/bread||---||dodai / marhai / tikalay|
|The meal is good||---||dodai kha / sha da|
|How are you?||---||Teh Singa jee?|
|I'm fine||---||Teh kha|
|What is your name?||---||Sta noom sa de|
|my name is.....||---||Zama noom (...........) dai|
|I talk a little Pustho||---||Mala leglug Pukhtun razi|
|I am sick||---||Za beemar yem|
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