Basic Conversation in Georgian

Basic Conversation in Georgian 2017-11-27T08:14:18+00:00

Now let’s learn some basic Georgian conversation. This lesson will teach you how to introduce yourself, as well as simple words and phrases like yes, no, excuse me and I don’t understand. Learn these and you’ll be ready to conduct short conversations in Georgian.

This lesson is part of the chapter “Learning Georgian“.

Basic Georgian words & phrases: conversations

The most important words & phrases in Georgian

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Basic conversation

EnglishGeorgianGeorgian
(Romanization)
yes
დიახ
კი
ხო
diakh
ki
kho
no
არა
ara
please / you’re welcome
თხოვთ
thkhovth
you’re very welcome
არაფრის
arapfris
thank you
მადლობა
მადლობთ
madloba
madlobth
thank you very much
დიდი მადლობა
didi madloba
thanks
გმადლობ
გდმადლობთ
gmadlob
gmadlobth
Excuse me!
ბოდიში!
უკეცრავად!
bodishi!
uketsravad!

Communication

EnglishGeorgianGeorgian
(Romanization)
I understand.
გასაგებია
gasagebia
I don’t understand.
ვერ გავიგებ
ver gavigeb
Hello? (on the phone) / I beg your pardon?
ალო
გისმენ
alo
gismen
What does that mean?
ეს რას ნიშნავს?
es ras nishnavs?
I don’t know.
არ ვიცი
რა ვიცი
ar vitsi
ra vitsi
I don’t speak Polish.
პოლონურად არ ვლაპარაკობ.
polonurad ar vlaparakob.
I speak a little Polish.
მე ცოტა პოლონურად ვიცი.
me toot polonurad vitsi.
Do you speak English? (informal)
ინგლისურად იცი?
inglisurad itsi?
Do you speak English? (formal)
ინგლისურად იცით?
inglisurad itsith?
Yes, I do speak English.
დიახ, ინგლისურად ვიცი.
კი, ინგლისურად ვიცი.
ხო, ინგლისურად ვიცი.
diakh, inglisurad vitsi.
ki, inglisurad vitsi.
kho, inglisurad vitsi.
No, I don’t speak English.
არა, ინგლისურად არ ვიცი
ara, inglisurad ar vitsi.

Making acquaintances

EnglishGeorgianGeorgian
(Romanization)
Please talk more slowly!
თხოვთ, ნელად ილაპარაკე!
thkhovth, nelad ilaparake!
Nice to meet you!
მოხარული ვარ, რო გაგიცანი!
mokharuli var, ro gagitsani!
How are you?
როგორა ხარ?
rogora khar?
Good, thank you!
კარგად, მადლობთ
kargad, madlobth
I’m well, thanks!
კარგად, მადლობთ
kargad, madlobth
Not bad, thanks!
კარგად
kargad
very bad
ცუდად
ძალიან ცუდად
tsudad
dzalian tsudad
What’s your name?
რა კვია?
ra kvia?
My name is [...].
მე კვია […].
me kvia […].
What’s your first name?
რა არის შენი (თქვენი) სახელი?
ra aris sheni (thk’veni) sakheli?
My first name is [...]
ჩემი სახელი არის […].
chemi sakheli aris […].
How old are you?
რამდენი წლისა ხარ? (ბრძანდებით)
ramdeni ts’lisa khar? (brdzandebith)
I’m [...] years old.
მე […] წლისა ვარ.
me […] ts’lisa var.
What are your hobbies?
რა გიყვარს თავისუფალ დროს?
ra giq’vars thavisupfal dros?
What do you like doing?
რა მოგწონს გაკეთება?
ra mogts’ons gaketheba?
What are you doing (at the moment)?
რას აკეთებ?
ras aketheb?
Where do you live?
სად ცხოვრობ?
sad tskhovrob?
I live in [...].
მე […] ვცხოვრობ.
me […] tskhovrob.
I’m from England
მე ბრიტანელი ვარ.
მე ინგლისელი ვარ.
me britaneli var.
me ingliseli var.
I’m English
მე ბრიტანელი ვარ.
მე ინგლისელი ვარ.
me britaneli var.
me ingliseli var.

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