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07:26 May 12, 2000
English to Yoruba translations [PRO]
English term or phrase: good morning
Translate my english term to yoruba

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5E kaaro/ Kaaro.
na +1E káàrò Staff



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E káàrò

honorific-->E káàrò (E ku aro),
non-honorific-->O káàrò (Ku aro)

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E kaaro/ Kaaro.

When addressing an elder or an acquintance, i.e when you are being formal,you use "E kaaro".However, when addressing someone junior, or someone you can address informally,you use "kaaro".The "E" in the first case is a mark of respect or formalty.


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