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oguzhan
22-08-07, 10:37
Ms.Harris deserves the highest MAKAM (place of honour) in Uyghur MUKAM music.

In 2002 The Smithsonian Institution gave me a copy of her field work in Uyghur music and musical instruments which could have been published.

Her continuing efforts in England and at the SOAS in relation to Uyghur music and culture

should publicly be awarded and rewarded by DUQ ,UAA or whoever is involved in Uyghur culture.

ESTEEMED MS.RACHEL HARRIS WE APPRECIATE YOUR CONTRIBUTION
TO UYGHUR MUSICAL HERITAGE AND APPLAUD YOUR EFFORTS


oguzhan

Unregistered
22-08-07, 13:33
it should be MRS Eysa as she is the wife of Uyghur Guy called Eziz Eysa


Ms.Harris deserves the highest MAKAM (place of honour) in Uyghur MUKAM music.

In 2002 The Smithsonian Institution gave me a copy of her field work in Uyghur music and musical instruments which could have been published.

Her continuing efforts in England and at the SOAS in relation to Uyghur music and culture

should publicly be awarded and rewarded by DUQ ,UAA or whoever is involved in Uyghur culture.

ESTEEMED MS.RACHEL HARRIS WE APPRECIATE YOUR CONTRIBUTION
TO UYGHUR MUSICAL HERITAGE AND APPLAUD YOUR EFFORTS


oguzhan

oguzhan
22-08-07, 14:48
she is the wife of Uyghur Guy called Eziz Eysa[/QUOTE]



First of all in my message I am speaking in reverence and highly of Ms.Rachel Harris.

Second in English ,the word 'GUY' has a place in daily usage,

but is not suitable to use in this case.

You could have said an Uyghur gentleman ! at least,but we can see how much value you put upon your own countryman (countrymen as well!).


In Turkish the word 'guy' may mean 'herif !',

even in Uyghur there is a word 'ghuy !' which is close in meaning to the Turkish 'herif'


In my own opinion I would not think that Ms.Harris would marry a or any guy !

it is an insult to Ms.Harris to ask which guy she married !!!

I may not know that Ms.Harris is by now married but your way of correcting my lack of knowledge is the way of LUKCHEK LANGUAGE ,

but you must be some guy hanging around other guys and thus your vocabulary is stuck

at base levels.


We must all be careful when we are addressing others or talking of and about them.


the opposite of 'guy' is probably 'gal' , but some prefer to call them 'chicks'
because they do not have any respect.


May be Mr.Eziz Eysa is a valuable member of the Uyghur community,

or else why would someone with Ms.Harris' educational background

and remarkable credentials marry some guy ! from the crowd ?


The choice of words reflects the user's level of education,

so you have come close to the English language

but the ZIYA has not touched you yet.


Basically you owe an apology to Mr.Eziz Eysa

for having called him a guy.


He is either an Uyghur man,or an uyghur gentleman,or an Uyghur musicolog,
or an Uyghur musician etc.

but not a guy !


for your limited information,

oguzhan

Unregistered
22-08-07, 15:27
Mr
you have to remember you are speaking english here not in turkish, or in uyghur ( that you started as i can see)

if I were you i have to check the dictionary of the meaning of guy and then raisea rgument>
this
Mr, guy doesnt mean , 'herif' in Turkish or 'Guy' in Uyghur even it soundas like that

'herif' means scoundrel.


guy Show phonetics
noun [C]
1 INFORMAL a man:
He's a really nice guy.
Do you mean the guy with the blonde hair and glasses?

2 MAINLY US guys used to address a group of people of either sex:
Come on, you guys, let's go.

http://dictionary.cambridge.org/define.asp?key=35071&dict=CALD


for the rest of them i dont think you are in the right position to teach some one just for saying guy in his message.

if you respect your country fellowmen speak in your own language ,then every body can communicate with or you will have a misunderstanding Mr..
bye
dont bother to reply

Dont be petit

Be gentleman , be a charm !!!





she is the wife of Uyghur Guy called Eziz Eysa



First of all in my message I am speaking in reverence and highly of Ms.Rachel Harris.

Second in English ,the word 'GUY' has a place in daily usage,

but is not suitable to use in this case.

You could have said an Uyghur gentleman ! at least,but we can see how much value you put upon your own countryman (countrymen as well!).


In Turkish the word 'guy' may mean 'herif !',

even in Uyghur there is a word 'ghuy !' which is close in meaning to the Turkish 'herif'


In my own opinion I would not think that Ms.Harris would marry a or any guy !

it is an insult to Ms.Harris to ask which guy she married !!!

I may not know that Ms.Harris is by now married but your way of correcting my lack of knowledge is the way of LUKCHEK LANGUAGE ,

but you must be some guy hanging around other guys and thus your vocabulary is stuck

at base levels.


We must all be careful when we are addressing others or talking of and about them.


the opposite of 'guy' is probably 'gal' , but some prefer to call them 'chicks'
because they do not have any respect.


May be Mr.Eziz Eysa is a valuable member of the Uyghur community,

or else why would someone with Ms.Harris' educational background

and remarkable credentials marry some guy ! from the crowd ?


The choice of words reflects the user's level of education,

so you have come close to the English language

but the ZIYA has not touched you yet.


Basically you owe an apology to Mr.Eziz Eysa

for having called him a guy.


He is either an Uyghur man,or an uyghur gentleman,or an Uyghur musicolog,
or an Uyghur musician etc.

but not a guy !


for your limited information,

oguzhan[/QUOTE]

Unregistered
22-08-07, 17:57
You could learn more about them and their precious work dedicated for Uyghur music.

Here is their newly launched website: http://www.uyghurensemble.co.uk

oguzhan
23-08-07, 10:26
One cannot teach an old dog new tricks !

I prefer to abide by the rules of etiquette and fine manners.


The word 'Guy' is not a polite form although it is common practise in everyday language;

it is unthinkable to address scholars,academicians and scientists

as 'Hey you guys ! or we thank you guys for your contribution to Uyghur culture.'


On the other hand ,the Uyghur person (intellectual) you are referring to,

spells his name as Aziz Isa !! which you seem not to know,

I found it spelled this way in their web site (Uyghur ensemble).


Which is another fact that the name AZIZ is one of the 99 attributes (adjectives) and or beautiful names of Allah and is thus an Arabic name used among moslems
but proper usage is again different ,should be ABDUL AZIZ.

EZIZ is an Uyghur version which will not be comprehended as AZIZ by other members of the Islamic world.


Above all my message was addressed to people who were interested in Uyghur Mukam music and inform the public about Ms.Rachel Harris' works in this field,


you do not even have a name ,

so it is like communicating with a wall,


you are simply another anonymous brick !

oguzhan







Mr
you have to remember you are speaking english here not in turkish, or in uyghur ( that you started as i can see)

if I were you i have to check the dictionary of the meaning of guy and then raisea rgument>
this
Mr, guy doesnt mean , 'herif' in Turkish or 'Guy' in Uyghur even it soundas like that

'herif' means scoundrel.


guy Show phonetics
noun [C]
1 INFORMAL a man:
He's a really nice guy.
Do you mean the guy with the blonde hair and glasses?

2 MAINLY US guys used to address a group of people of either sex:
Come on, you guys, let's go.

http://dictionary.cambridge.org/define.asp?key=35071&dict=CALD


for the rest of them i dont think you are in the right position to teach some one just for saying guy in his message.

if you respect your country fellowmen speak in your own language ,then every body can communicate with or you will have a misunderstanding Mr..
bye
dont bother to reply

Dont be petit

Be gentleman , be a charm !!!








First of all in my message I am speaking in reverence and highly of Ms.Rachel Harris.

Second in English ,the word 'GUY' has a place in daily usage,

but is not suitable to use in this case.

You could have said an Uyghur gentleman ! at least,but we can see how much value you put upon your own countryman (countrymen as well!).


In Turkish the word 'guy' may mean 'herif !',

even in Uyghur there is a word 'ghuy !' which is close in meaning to the Turkish 'herif'


In my own opinion I would not think that Ms.Harris would marry a or any guy !

it is an insult to Ms.Harris to ask which guy she married !!!

I may not know that Ms.Harris is by now married but your way of correcting my lack of knowledge is the way of LUKCHEK LANGUAGE ,

but you must be some guy hanging around other guys and thus your vocabulary is stuck

at base levels.


We must all be careful when we are addressing others or talking of and about them.


the opposite of 'guy' is probably 'gal' , but some prefer to call them 'chicks'
because they do not have any respect.


May be Mr.Eziz Eysa is a valuable member of the Uyghur community,

or else why would someone with Ms.Harris' educational background

and remarkable credentials marry some guy ! from the crowd ?


The choice of words reflects the user's level of education,

so you have come close to the English language

but the ZIYA has not touched you yet.


Basically you owe an apology to Mr.Eziz Eysa

for having called him a guy.


He is either an Uyghur man,or an uyghur gentleman,or an Uyghur musicolog,
or an Uyghur musician etc.

but not a guy !


for your limited information,

oguzhan[/QUOTE]