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1.       MEMET
61 posts
 20 Jan 2006 Fri 09:28 am

Merhaba - Turkish

2.       mella
202 posts
 20 Jan 2006 Fri 09:31 am

Privet! - in Russian
Salut! - in Romanian
Noroc! - in Romanian

3.       MEMET
61 posts
 20 Jan 2006 Fri 09:35 am

Merhaba - Turkish
Privet! Salut! Noroc - Romanian
good job

4.       mella
202 posts
 20 Jan 2006 Fri 09:47 am

Quoting MEMET:

Merhaba - Turkish
Privet! Salut! Noroc - Romanian
good job

Note that "Privet!" is in Russian

5.       MEMET
61 posts
 20 Jan 2006 Fri 09:54 am

Ok then
Merhaba - Turkish
Privet! - Russian
Salut! Noroc - Romanian

6.       sophie
2712 posts
 20 Jan 2006 Fri 10:29 am

γεια χαρά (ya hara) - hi
καλημέρα(kalimera) - good morning

from Greece

7.       lululy
0 posts
 20 Jan 2006 Fri 10:32 am

cantonese.......你好(sounds like: nei hou)
mandarin.......the same written words你好 (but different pronounciation: ni hao)

8.       Josie
4 posts
 20 Jan 2006 Fri 11:59 am

CZEŚĆ-in polish language

9.       libralady
5152 posts
 20 Jan 2006 Fri 12:07 pm

Bonjour - French
Bonjourno - Italian
Güten Morgan - German
Buenos Dias - Spanish

Like the Chinese ones - the on of only two words I can speak in Chinese (Ni How) and Thankyou - (shi shi) oh I forgot (champay) like bottoms up, cheers, with a drink, you finish it in on go.

10.       damalianti
84 posts
 20 Jan 2006 Fri 12:40 pm

In albanian language here are some greetings:

Miremengjes-Good Morning

Tungjatjeta-I wish you a long life(the exact translation) or Hello

Mirupafshim-Good bye

Naten e mire-Good night

Diten e mire-Good day

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