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gujarat_luv May 11th, 2009 21:01

gujarati pronunciation
 
Hello all, my name is Mike and I'm a student of Gujarati. I was wondering if someone could help me out with pronouncing Gujarati. I have my own language podcast here:
http://readingproficiency.mypodcast....4_archive.html

I have made a recording in Gujarati however no native Gujarati speakers have checked my recording for accuracy. Can anyone help out here?

Also, I have a couple of Gujarati sentences that I translated, if someone could help there also that would be great! :)

thanks, mike

rushijoshi Jun 29th, 2009 22:54

Hi,

I listen your recording, and it seems you did good try.

It is not upto date and I can rate 3-4 out of 10.

I will create my own recording and will upload soon.

Regards
Rushi

gujarat_luv Jun 30th, 2009 17:37

A native Gujarati speaker!!
 
[shock]
Wow I'm surprised! I didn't think there were any Gujarati speakers here since I never received any type of response but I guess there are some or at least one. :) Do you have Skype? I would love to voice chat with you there and go over Gujarati pronunciation. Please let me know what you think. Thanks!

rushijoshi Jun 30th, 2009 17:43

Hi, I dont have Skype installed on my system.

I am available on GMAIL/MSN/Yahoo/AOL :)

Regards
Rushi

gujarat_luv Jul 2nd, 2009 01:03

Ok, we can voicechat via Yahoo messenger then although I'm not sure how well the voicechat service works there. It's worth a try anyhow. What is your YM ID and what is a good time to chat there with you? I was going to send you a private message on here but there is no PM system here on indiamike.com. Very strange.

Mod note : The PM system will get activated once you have a post count of more than 10.

gujarat_luv Aug 18th, 2009 12:11

rushijoshi, i am going go get my post count up and then you can send me your msn/yahoo id in PM. then we can finally study some Gujarati together. :)

rushijoshi Aug 18th, 2009 12:28

Hehehehe..... Good Go on

Share your expierence.
why you have choose Gujarati as a language, which will help you to increase post count. :)

Regards
Rushi

gujarat_luv Aug 18th, 2009 12:31

well actually i'm interested in Gujarati only because it was the language of Ghandi. a man whom I deeply respect!

theyyamdancer Aug 18th, 2009 12:32

Congratulations, ten posts, there you are.

gujarat_luv Aug 18th, 2009 12:33

YAY!!! now you can send me your info and we can learn some Gujarati finally! you know, i just want to be able to understand Ghandi in his mother tongue. that would be soo cool! :)

gujarat_luv Aug 18th, 2009 12:38

now, if i can just figure out how to work this pm system. hmmm, i don't see anything yet. maybe it takes a couple of hours to kick in or something...

wind_chariot Aug 18th, 2009 23:51

Click on the name 'rushijoshi' in this post. it will open a menu. second option will be 'send a private message to rushijoshi'.

Gujarati is my mother language and i live in Gujarat as well (home of Gandhi) if you need any help in learning, feel free to ask :)

kutch Aug 27th, 2009 13:14

Very interesting... My mother tongue is also Gujarati and will be happy to help you study pronunciations and phonetics in Gujarati.:)

nisa764 Sep 1st, 2009 23:06

Hello all,
My name is Ashley. I too am learning, or trying that is, to learn Gujarati. However I know very very little. I am starting with basic conversational phraises; hello, how are you, that stuff. I am not really taking corses or anything of the sort for I am a student and can't aford such things, so I have had to use online resources which are hard to come by.
When I found this board I was looking up ronounciation of Gujarati words. I was hoping that somebody on here wouldn't mind connecting with me and helping me learn a little. I can communicate in just about every way, so let me know how best to contact you.
Thank you,
Ashley

Pintz Sep 2nd, 2009 03:24

Commendable, I must say! :)

Here it is in English. The underlined a is to be pronounced as in a thing. The double letters mean emphasis. T is always pronounced as in Quotro. Tried my best;)

"Criket premiyo jay-knee chellaa ketlaac samaythi aatoortaapoorvak raah joy rahya hataa. Tay Indian Premier League knee bee-ji season no shaniwaar thi praa-rambh thaee rah - yo che. Cape Town khaa - tay aavti kaalay pra-rambh-ic match ma Sachin Tendulkar knee moolaa-qaat un-nay Mahendra Singh Dhoni Chennai Super Kings vachay t(as in 'to')akkar thaa-shay.

Best of Luck!:D


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