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English translation: k-a-m-i

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04:04 Feb 22, 2008
Bosnian to English translations [Non-PRO]
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Bosnian term or phrase: cammie
would like to learn how to spell my name in bosnian can someone help me this is my first name
kamilyn
English translation:k-a-m-i
Explanation:
in bosnian we do not have spelling like in english. moreover, we read words as they are written, i.e. without any special rules as in other world languages, which is certainly much easier for learning. it would be more clear to you if you could HEAR me pronouncing your name a letter by letter. i can give you my phone number to call me if you want to hear it. have a great day

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Note added at 3 days3 hrs (2008-02-25 07:09:29 GMT)
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yes, you can write it k-a-m-i or kami, depending on the remaining part of the text you work with (as i do not know what you are doing exactly).
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lifeandlove
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Local time: 06:57
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5 +2k-a-m-i
lifeandlove


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k-a-m-i


Explanation:
in bosnian we do not have spelling like in english. moreover, we read words as they are written, i.e. without any special rules as in other world languages, which is certainly much easier for learning. it would be more clear to you if you could HEAR me pronouncing your name a letter by letter. i can give you my phone number to call me if you want to hear it. have a great day

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Note added at 3 days3 hrs (2008-02-25 07:09:29 GMT)
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yes, you can write it k-a-m-i or kami, depending on the remaining part of the text you work with (as i do not know what you are doing exactly).

lifeandlove
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Local time: 06:57
Native speaker of: Native in BosnianBosnian
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Asker: hvala

Asker: do i write it just like that k-a-m-i


Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  Larisa Djuvelek-Ruggiero
6 hrs

agree  xxxKale75
12 hrs
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