Nope....makarna is just pasta. Macaroni is düdük makarnası
Good to know. But I was referring to what seems (to me) the origin of the word. (Although Marco Polo could have brought the name with him, too, along with the pasta.) :-)
anyway, I'm going to use it as a mnemonic/nimonik. :-)
meyve is fruit.what is vegetables?
In Hindi and Urdu, Vegetables are known as "Sabzi"
In Iraqi arabic accent "Sabzi" means spinach
In persian,too :)
And ın persıan
Amk kim meyve ve makarna yer
pasta is makarana and cake??yeah??
"Pasta" (English) = "makarna" (Turkish)
"Cake" (English) = "pasta" (Turkish)
The Hindi/Hindustani word for dryfruits sounds just like 'Meyve', too.
I chose 'meyve ve makarna' but my answer gets marked as wrong, and it gives 'meyve ve makarna' (my answer!) as correct.
I remember there was a time that we could pronounce the words and sentences and the app would tell us if we said it right i wish you would do that again