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What´s the difference between biri and birisi ?
1.       Haydi
36 posts
 16 Apr 2012 Mon 11:57 am

 

they mean the same thing biri and birisi = someone, somebody

 

they also mean one of them

 

 



Edited (4/16/2012) by Haydi

2.       Hallederiz
136 posts
 16 Apr 2012 Mon 01:45 pm

 

Quoting Haydi

 

 

they mean the same thing biri and birisi = someone, somebody

 

they also mean one of them

 

 

 

Yes they are the same.

 

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