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How are you today brown sugar?


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05:57 Aug 29, 2000
English to Slovenian translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: How are you today brown sugar?
simply to say hello to a friend...
David Lachance

Summary of answers provided
naKako si danes, ljubcek/ljubica? – or- Kako si kaj, pesa?
Majid Khan



1 day9 hrs
Kako si danes, ljubcek/ljubica? – or- Kako si kaj, pesa?

There are many ways to say it in Slovene. One can hear all sort of phrases around here. Simply to say Hello to a friend, it is enough to say:
Kako si kaj, dragi / draga?
Anyhow, the translation of the source text can be:
“Kako si danes?” or “Kako se danes pocutiš?” adding a loving phrase to it.
The word “draga/dragi” can be replaced by: ljubi moj/ljubica moja, sladki, sladkorcek, ljubcek, pesa, etc.
As “pesa” is used to manufacture sugar, it seems an interesting replacement of “brown sugar”, though it is rarely heard.

Majid Khan
Local time: 21:48
Native speaker of: Native in SlovenianSlovenian, Native in UrduUrdu
PRO pts in pair: 8
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