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Please help me understand this. I thought چند تا meant "how many" and چقدر meant "how much"... salām be hamegi! I thought چند تا meant "how many" and چقدر meant "how much"... If that's the case then why do people say "man-o chandtā dust dāri?" to mean "how much do you like me?" ? Shouldn't it be "man-o cheghad(r) dust dāri?" ? Please help me understand this. Thank you!!!!!
Jul 20, 2019 5:28 AM
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How much do you love me?=man-o cheghad(r) dust dāri? How many kids do you have? چندتا بچه داری why do people say "man-o chandtā dust dāri?"( I do not use it)I would use(How much do you love me?=man-o cheghad(r) dust dāri?)
July 20, 2019
Thank you, Sohrab!
July 21, 2019
hi! "man-o cheghad(r) dust dāri?" is also correct, e.g: A:"man-o cheghad(r) dust dāri?" B: kheili (a lot) but the answer for "man-o chandtā dust dāri?" is usually a number. For example: A: man-o chandtā dust dāri? B: dah tā (10)
July 21, 2019
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