How do you say "at all" in Georgian? For example: "I don’t know anything at all " "I don't understand what you're saying at all" In the dictionary, I found "ვაბშე არაფერი ვიცი" as an example, which got me surprised, since ვაბშე is a Russian adverb and languages typically don't borrow adverbs. Do you really use ვაბშე in Georgian?
Sep 15, 2018 11:47 PM
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I don't know anything at all | საერთოდ არაფერი ვიცი I don't understand what you are saying at all | საერთოდ ვერაფერს ვიგებ რას ამბობ or საერთოდ არაფერი მესმის რას ამბობ You are right, ვაფშე is a Russian word and sometimes Georgians use some Russian words in speaking. But it sounds like a slang. Georgian word would be "საერთოდ" for that meaning :)
September 16, 2018
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