Ngai he Hakka Gnin.

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Ngai he Hakka Gnin.

Postby couyimin » Tue Oct 05, 2004 7:15 am

Gnai he hakka gnin .
But I am now in Jiangsu(Do you know it);
Gni ho!

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Je suis venu de Chine.
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Re: Ngai he Hakka Gnin.

Postby Dylan Sung » Tue Oct 05, 2004 9:58 pm

Ngai2 du1 he4 hak5 ga1 ngin2, nga1 fu4 mu1 coi1 hiong1 gong3 loi2 gai4. Ngai2 diu1 hak5 ga1 va4 bi3 moi2 yen4 gai4 siau3 siau3 m1 tung2. Moi2 yen4 yiu1 -u- ge4 gai4 yim1, hiong3 gong2 bau3 mai2 cim1 zun4 gai4 hak5 ga1 va4 mau2 lai3 zak3 gai4 yim1. Lang4 ngoi4, hiong1 gong3 hak5 ga1 va4 su1 hiong1 gong3 gai gong3 dung1 va4 ge4 yang3 hiong3. n- tung2 l- gai4 sang1 mu1 kun2 lon4. pu1 tung1 va4 gai4 "nuli" ngiam4 lu2 lit5 coi1 hiong1 gong3 hak5 ga1 va4.

Ngi2 coi1 gong1 su1, he4 m2 me4 gong1 su1 gai4 zung3 hak5 ga1 va4? Ngi2 you1 git5 do1 sang1 tiau1? Ngai diu1 yiu1 liuk5 zak4, yim1 pin2, yong2 pin2, song4 sang1, hi4 sang1, yim1 ngip6 tung mai2 yong2 ngip6 sang1. Ngai2 coi1 lai3 zung3 pin1 yim1 yung4 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 loi2 toi4 biau3 lai3 diu1 sang1 tiau1.


Dyl.
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Re: Ngai he Hakka Gnin.

Postby Sung Ho » Wed Oct 06, 2004 12:49 am

ci ngi-di, ngai du he hak-ga ngin. ngai coi yet nam loi. ngai ge pa-me kiu-si coi kiun dong-hing ge ti-fong cu. gan-si ngai-di coi o-ciu cu. ngai-di gai hak-ga wa he "ngai-wa".

ngai ngam-ngam hok sam-ngiong se di-zung pin-yim. ngai man-sit sam-ngiong yung sang-tiau. ngai hi-mong ngi-di min-pak ngai gong mai-ya.

ngai mo-ti ngai-di zung wa yiu gi-do sang-tiau. ngai nam du he luk-zak, ci gai-zung wa coi Dylan-gai mong-tiam: http://www.sungwh.freeserve.co.uk/hakga/h-dialogues.htm

Sung.
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Re: Ngai he Hakka Gnin.

Postby samual » Sat Nov 27, 2004 5:14 am

Interesting !I like to learn it?Might? I can understand what you say,But I can't express myself!
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Re: Ngai he Hakka Gnin.

Postby Dylan Sung » Sat Nov 27, 2004 2:42 pm

Sung Ho,

Thanks for visiting my webpage and accesing the dialogues from Mantaro Hashimoto's book. I hope folks will learn some basic Meixian Hakka, and compare it to their own dialect.

Samual, good to meet you. There is another Hakka forum, mostly written in English at http://www.asiawind.com/forums/ , but not much on the spoken language. The link given by SungHo above to my website provides some help. My websites are

http://www.sungwh.freeserve.co.uk/hakga/index.html

and

http://www.dylanwhs.ukgateway.net/index.html

where you can find my romanised dictionary on-line, and a brief investigation of the Qu tone in Hakka.

Cheers,
Dyl.
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Re: Ngai he Hakka Gnin.

Postby qrasy » Wed Feb 02, 2005 3:47 pm

Ngai m ti tet
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Re: Ngai he Hakka Gnin.

Postby Sung Ho » Wed Feb 16, 2005 11:44 pm

Dylan Sung wrote:Sung Ho,

Thanks for visiting my webpage and accesing the dialogues from Mantaro Hashimoto's book. I hope folks will learn some basic Meixian Hakka, and compare it to their own dialect.

Samual, good to meet you. There is another Hakka forum, mostly written in English at http://www.asiawind.com/forums/ , but not much on the spoken language. The link given by SungHo above to my website provides some help. My websites are

http://www.sungwh.freeserve.co.uk/hakga/index.html

and

http://www.dylanwhs.ukgateway.net/index.html

where you can find my romanised dictionary on-line, and a brief investigation of the Qu tone in Hakka.

Cheers,
Dyl.


Hi Dylan,

I've reproduced the same dialogues and compared these with the Hakka variant that we speak - Ngai Wa. I've recorded some sound files and uploaded to my website: http://www.geocities.com/sxho1

I hope you and others can take the time to check it out to see how it compares with your own variants. Let me know what you think.

Regards,
Sung
Sung Ho
 

Postby Dylan Sung » Fri Feb 18, 2005 11:15 pm

Hi Sung Ho,

Well done for creating this resource of Ngai-wa. I've looked at a few of the dialogues and listened to a number of your recordings too. You need to give the readers a description of your romanisation too.

I will find some time to have a look at them and then find out how your sounds and tones work.

Good work!

Cheers,
Dyl.
Dylan Sung
 

Postby Sung Ho » Sun Feb 20, 2005 10:55 pm

Dylan,

Thanks for the feedback. I'll work on the romanisation description as you've suggested. I've tried to be consistent and just used the same convention as that used by Hashimoto.

Regards,
Sung
Sung Ho
 

Postby Guest » Tue Mar 08, 2005 7:29 pm

Ngai ju he hakka ngin :!:
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Postby Sung Ho » Tue Mar 08, 2005 11:57 pm

Guest wrote:Ngai ju he hakka ngin :!:


yeah? where are you from?
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Postby MalX » Sat Oct 06, 2007 3:09 am

Ngai Ya Hey Hakka Ngin!
我也是客家人。

Haha
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Re: Ngai he Hakka Gnin.

Postby rachely476 » Thu Oct 07, 2010 9:06 pm

Sung Ho wrote:Hi Dylan,

I've reproduced the same dialogues and compared these with the Hakka variant that we speak - Ngai Wa. I've recorded some sound files and uploaded to my website: http://www.geocities.com/sxho1

I hope you and others can take the time to check it out to see how it compares with your own variants. Let me know what you think.

Regards,
Sung


It really useful for me. Thanks you for the reply
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Re: Ngai he Hakka Gnin.

Postby justinepeter754 » Fri Jan 07, 2011 8:33 pm

samual wrote:Interesting !I like to learn it?Might? I can understand what you say,But I can't express myself!


yes, it is one of the script language
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