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"the" suffix -e - "the" suffix -e as -a before suffix - "the" suffix -e as -he on words ending with -e - "the" suffix -e as -ha after -e and before suffix

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تخمه بو می‌داد.

tokhm-e bu midād

The egg smelled. / The egg was giving off a [bad] smell. (Submitted by Connie on Jun 30, 2012)

This example is in Spoken style. (source) See verbs of this sentence: دادن، بو دادن

ننه نفسش بند اومد و سلفه کرد، پا شد، دید بچه رو از روش برداشته و باباهه (پسر پیرزنه) داره با زنه دعوا میکنه.

nane nafas-esh band umad-o solfe kard, pā shod, did bachch-a-ro az ru-sh bar-dāshte-o bābā-he (pesar-e pir-e zan-e) dāre bā zan-e da:vā mikone

Granny's breath became constricted and she started coughing, so she got up and saw that he [her son] had picked up her grandchild who had been sitting on her and that he (Granny's son) was [lit: is] quarreling with his wife. (Submitted by Connie on Jun 22, 2012)

This example is in Spoken style. (source) See verbs of this sentence: آمدن، دیدن، کردن، داشتن، بر داشتن، دعوا کردن، سرفه کردن

این پیرنه خیلی چرکه، امروز باید بشورمش.

in piran-e kheili cherk-e, emruz bāyad beshuram-esh

This shirt is very dirty, I'll have to wash it today. (Submitted by Connie on May 31, 2010)

This example is in Spoken style. See verbs of this sentence: بودن، بایستن، شستن

سبزه قشنگتره ها! آبیه یکم گشاده!

sabz-e qashangtar-e hā. ābi-ye yekam goshād-e.

The green one is prettier [believe me!]. The blue one is a little too loose. (Submitted by Nahid on May 25, 2010)

This example is in Spoken style. See verbs of this sentence: بودن

دو تا ماشینی رو که به هم خورده بودن دیدی؟ پیکانِ داغون شده بود.

do tā māshin-i ro ke be-ham khorde budan didi? peikān-e dāghun shode bud.

Have you seen the two cars bumped against each other? The Paykan was totalled. (Submitted by Saber on Apr 17, 2010)

This example is in Spoken style. See verbs of this sentence: دیدن، شدن، خوردن

اون درازه کیه با بابات حرف میزنه؟

un derāz-e ki-ye bā bābāt harf mizane?

Who is that tall one (tall guy/gal) talking to your dad? (Submitted by Nahid on May 25, 2010)

This example is in Spoken style. derāz-e = normally "boland-qad" = tall See verbs of this sentence: بودن، زدن، حرف زدن


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