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00:35 Mar 13, 2002
English to Burmese translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: fruit
I need to know how to write and pronounce the word "fruit" in Burmese for a school project.
Emily Hagen

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5"A-thee" or "Thit -thee"Than Than Win
4Athi: or Thit-thiMoe Nobu



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Athi: or Thit-thi

You can use Athi: or Thit-thi.

Ex) Apple = Pan-Thi:

Moe Nobu
Local time: 22:39
PRO pts in pair: 4
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"A-thee" or "Thit -thee"

Both words are interchangeable. When speaking, here the "th" sound is pronounced as in "think" or "thought" rather than "thee" or "thou".
The Burmese language has its own script that is derived from Indic script.

Than Than Win
Local time: 07:39
Native speaker of: Native in BurmeseBurmese
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