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Translations of "Naan"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? naan sapten
A: Naan sapten (Tamil)
I have eaten (English)
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? naan nafqa
A:
if u want only by word means then meaning is (meal nd cloths)
but this word cant use only fr above meaning.it is used for
> means for living.
> an allowance made to a wife for her support,as
children,
pocket,
bread nd domestic,
food nd drink,
means all home costs....
i tried to explan nd i hope this answer helps u
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? how do you say naan in english
A: Naan bread or just naan.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? naan bread
A: Naan bread is still called Naan bread in English.

Other questions about "Naan"

Q: We thinks that naan is characteristic in Indian curry dishes, but all Indian people don't eat naan with curry. Some people eat rice in some areas in India. Does this sound natural?
A: × We thinks that naan is characteristic in Indian curry dishes, but all Indian people don't eat naan with curry.
✓ We think that naan is a characteristic item in Indian curry dishes, but all Indian people don't eat naan with curry.

1) We thinks --> we think. To help you remember, "you" and "I" don't follow the rules.

You (when talking about a single person) and I always go with the plural form of verbs.

Eat (plural form)/Eats (single form).
She (single) EATS, but you (single) EAT.
She EATS, but I (single) EAT.

2) For the second part of the first sentence, it's a little more natural to say NOT ALL INDIAN PEOPLE EAT NAAN... Your sentence is correct, but this just sounds a little bit more natural to me. :D
Q: We made naan and ate it with curry together at my place. Does this sound natural?
A: Thank you!

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