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Bayram greetings
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1.       Tiny
28 posts
 22 Oct 2006 Sun 08:20 pm

Hi everyone. I would like to send bayram greetings to my friends in Turkey and would like to know how I would send a simple "happy bayram" message.

Many thanks

2.       kai
0 posts
 22 Oct 2006 Sun 09:02 pm

Happy bayram - bayramınız kutlu
Have a happy bayram - Bayramınız kutlu olsun


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3.       susie k
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 22 Oct 2006 Sun 09:14 pm

4.       christine
443 posts
 22 Oct 2006 Sun 10:09 pm

iyi bayramlar = good wishes for the festivals

5.       ekd
322 posts
 22 Oct 2006 Sun 10:32 pm

sorry to sound stupid but what date is best to send a greetings message? is it 30th october?

6.       becky
18 posts
 23 Oct 2006 Mon 12:47 am

eid mubarek/bayraminiz kutlu olsun

7.       CANLI
5084 posts
 23 Oct 2006 Mon 01:19 am

Quoting ekd:

sorry to sound stupid but what date is best to send a greetings message? is it 30th october?


Now would be great,or tomorrow too.

8.       kai
0 posts
 23 Oct 2006 Mon 01:23 am

Quoting ekd:

sorry to sound stupid but what date is best to send a greetings message? is it 30th october?



30th October?
Bayram is on the 30th lol

9.       CANLI
5084 posts
 23 Oct 2006 Mon 02:10 am

Bayram is on 23th in some countries, or on 24th october in others.

10.       duda
0 posts
 23 Oct 2006 Mon 02:15 am

Bayram mübarek ola,
to everybody who celebrate it,
with best wishes!

Duda

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