I had a realy long and nice discussion with an English native speaker. And we decided that bIvangDI’ yIqu’ “When you act, be fierce!” is the right thing. Thank you so much. Now I have to more things were you can help me.
1. Can you produce graphic of the pIqaD for me?
2. Is there an possibility that I can get a audio file, so that I know how to pronounce the sentence correctly?
That would be so great! Thank you so much!
Here is the graphics of that in Traditional pIqaD:
If you need it at a bigger size, just edit the “size” variable of this URL:
I may be able to create an audio file, but it’s pretty easy to say.
bI = “bi” as in “bib”
vang = kind of rhymes with “wang” but it starts with a more “f”y “v” and the “a” is long, like in “father” or “psalm”.
DI’ = “di” as in “did”, but instead of saying “did”, cut the sound off at the end of the “i” sound. You cut it off like you do when you say the “uh” of “uh-oh”.
yI = “yi” as in “yiddish”
qu’ = “koo” as in “kook”, but again, cut off the “oo” sound like you do in “uh-oh” (pretend you’re saying “oo-oh”).