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1000 Hman tam bikmi tongtluan

Mirang / Chin Muang Mirang tongkel

Be careful.

Ral ring te'n.

Be careful driving.

Mawtaw mawn ralring aw la.

Can you translate this for me?

Hi hi I let sak thei kem?

Chicago is very different from Boston.

Chicago cu Boston thawn an danglam aw law law.

Don't worry.

Lung ngai hlah.

Everyone knows it.

Mi hmuah hmuah in an thei.

Everything is ready.

Ziang kim ready a si.

Excellent.

Tha tuk.

From time to time.

Can khat hnu can khat.

Good idea.

Ruahnak tha a si.

He likes it very much.

A duh nasa

Help!

In bawm uh!

He's coming soon.

A ra cing ding.

He's right.

Amah a dik.

He's very annoying.

Mi a hnaihnok tuk.

He's very famous.

A hmin thang ngai ngai.

How are you?

Na dam maw?

How's work going?

Na hna zaing a bang?

Hurry!

Zam rang!

I ate already.

Ka ei zo.

I can't hear you.

Ka lo thei thei lo.

I'd like to go for a walk.

Vahsuah ka duh.

I don't know how to use it.

A hman dan ding ka thiam lo

I don't like him.

Amah pa ka duh lo.

I don't like it.

Ka duh lo.

I don't speak very well.

Tha te'n ka tong thei lo.

I don't understand.

Ka thei thiam lo.

I don't want it.

Ka duh lo.

I don't want that.

Kha mi ka duh lo.

I don't want to bother you.

Lo ti buai ka duh lo.

I feel good.

Ka dam cak.

If you need my help, please let me know.

Lo bom a tul ahcun I sim thei aw.

I get off of work at 6.

Nazi 6 ah hna ka cawl.

I have a headache.

Ka luu a na.

I hope you and your wife have a nice trip.

Nan nupa in nan khual tlawn nan tluang ka beisei.

I know.

Ka thei.

I like her.

Amah nu ka duh.

I'll call you when I leave.

Ka feh tik ah ka lo phone ding.

I'll come back later.

Tlai deuh ah ka ra kir ding.

I'll pay.

A man ka pe ding.

I'll take it.

Ka la ding.

I'll take you to the bus stop.

Bus stop tiang ka lo hruai ding.

I lost my watch.

Ka kutkhih nazi ka ti hlo.

I love you.

Ka lo duhdawt.

I'm an American.

Amera mi pakhat ka si.

I'm cleaning my room.

Ka khaan ka thianfang rero lai.

I'm cold.

Dai ka ti.

I'm coming to pick you up.

Ka lo rak hmuak ding.

I'm going to leave.

Ka feh ding.

I'm good, and you?

Ka tha, nangmah sawn?

I'm happy.

Ka lung awi.

I'm hungry.

Ka rilrawng.

I'm married.

Nupi/pasal ka nei zo.

I'm not busy.

Ka buai lo.

I'm not married.

Nupi/pasla ka nei hrih lo.

I'm not ready yet.

ka man hrih lo.

I'm not sure.

Ka va ciah lo ve.

I'm sorry, we're sold out.

A va poi ve, a cem zo.

I'm thirsty.

Ka ti hal.

I'm very busy. I don't have time now.

Ka buai tuk, tu cu can ka nei lo.

I need to change clothes.

Hnipun ka thleng tul.

I need to go home.

Inn ka tlun a tul.

I only want a snack.

Ei ding tuktak lawng ka duh.

Is Mr. Smith an American?

Pu. Smith hi America mi a si maw?

Is that enough?

Khazat kha a tawk maw?

I think it's very good.

A tha tuk ti'n ka ruat.

I think it tastes good.

A thaw ti'n ka ruat.

I thought the clothes were cheaper.

Hnipuan pawl cu an man ol in ka ruat.

It's longer than 2 miles.

Peng 2 hnak in hlat.

I've been here for two days.

Hi nah ni 2 ka um zo.

I've heard Texas is a beautiful place.

Texas cu hmun mawi zet asi ti ka thei.

I've never seen that before.

Tuhlan ah ka hmu dah lo.

I was about to leave the restaurant when my friends arrived.

Rawl dawr ka suah san zawng ah ka rualpi pawl an ra thleng.

Just a little.

Mal tak te.

Just a moment.

Rei lo te.

Let me check.

Ka zoh hnik ding.

Let me think about it.

Ka rak ruat hnik ding.

Let's go have a look.

Kan zoh ke.

Let's practice English.

English practice tuah kung.

May I speak to Mrs. Smith please?

Zangfah te'n Pu. Smith ka be thei kem?

More than that.

Cuhnak ih tam.

Never mind.

A poi lo.

Next time.

Nehhnu ah.

No.

Silo.

Nonsense.

Umze nei lo.

No, thank you.

No, lungawi.

Nothing else.

Thil dang ziang hman.

Not recently.

Tu nai te si lo.

Not yet.

Si hrih lo.

Of course.

Si tuk ee.

Okay.

OK.

Please fill out this form.

Zangfah te'n hi form hi ngan aw.

Please take me to this address.

Himi address ah I fehpi aw.

Please write it down.

Zangfah te'n nga aw.

Really?

Ngai ngai maw?/ Tak tak maw?

Right here.

Hinah rori ah.

Right there.

Khitawk rori ah.

See you later.

Kan hmu le ding.

See you tomorrow.

Thai ah kan hmu aw leh ding.

See you tonight.

Tuzan ah kan hmu aw leh ding.

She's pretty.

A mawi zet.

Sorry to bother you.

Ka lo tibuai duak keng.

Stop!

Cawl aw!

Take a chance.

Cantha rak la aw.

Take it outside.

Leng ah la suak aw.

Tell me.

I sim aw.

Thanks for everything.

Thil ziangkim hrangah lungawi.

Thanks for your help.

I bawm ruangah ka lungawi.

Thank you.

Lungawi.

Thank you miss.

Ka lungawi, sayama.

Thank you sir.

Ka lungawi, sayapa.

Thank you very much.

Ka lungawi ngai ngai.

That looks great.

Zoh a mawi tuk.

That's alright.

A poi lo.

That's enough.

A tawk zo.

That's fine.

A tha.

That's it.

Cu vial.

That smells bad.

A rim a sia.

That's not fair.

Khakha a dik lo.

That's not right.

Khami cu a dik lo.

That's right.

Khami cu a dik.

That's too bad.

Cuvek cu a se tuk.

That's too many.

Kha cu a tam tuk.

That's too much.

Kha cu a tam tuk.

The book is under the table.

Cabu cu cabuai hnuai ah a um.

They'll be right back.

An ra kir cih ding.

They're the same.

An bang aw.

They're very busy.

An manlo tuk.

This doesn't work.

A tha thei lo.

This is very difficult.

Hi cu a har tuk.

This is very important.

Hi cu a thupi tuk.

Try it.

Saan aw.

Very good, thanks.

Tha tuk, lungawi.

We like it very much.

Kan duh nasa.

Would you take a message please?

Message na rak dong thei kem?

Yes, really.

Aw, ngai ngai.

You're beautiful.

Na mawi.

You're very nice.

Na tha tuk.

You're very smart.

Na tuak tuk.

Your things are all here.

Na thilri hmuah hmuah hi tawk ah an um.