A Woman Who Proved that Everything is Bad

I have a friend who married a woman in our neighborhood and moved in. Because he is ethnic, he still doesn’t understand Burmese very well.

I’m a neighbor, so he often comes to ask me about Burmese, which he doesn’t understand very well. Once… we did not call the chairman of the neighborhood association ‘chairman’, but he was not very clear in his mind.

So I asked… “Isn’t he the chairman?” Why do you call me the chairman, the chairman?” “If the Myanmar people respect, love, and value him, they add ‘gyi’ after it.” “Yes?” I have to call the president, It is rude to call the principal a principal.

The headmaster is called, the camp commander is called the camp commander. They call Nayak, Nayakkyi, etc.” “Oh…” “Even our friends call each other… That’s why they add ‘gyi’ to it because they love it.” Did you use it right away?

When I was living with Dlo, in the evening, I heard the sounds of fighting from their house, and because they were neighbors, I had to mediate. I asked what happened… “I was angry that I introduced myself to my wife when I was shopping at the store, and she is looking for trouble for me,” said his wife while crying.… …”Let’s say ‘this is my older wife, my older wife.’

He looked at me with a small face and asked… “Ko Soegyi… It’s like I taught Ko Soegyi, Why is he so upset that he called her his wife instead of calling her his wife because he loves her and values ​​her?” Hi there!! Even as he said that, his wife looked at him and said… “Oh… I’m going to kill Bo Soe Lechkoo.”He looked at me with a small face and asked… “Ko Soegyi… It’s like I taught Ko Soegyi, Why is he so upset that he called her his wife instead of calling her his wife because he loves her and values ​​her?” Hi there!! Even as he said that, his wife looked at him and said… “Oh… I’m going to kill Bo Soe Lechkoo.”

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