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20.       Leann
37 posts
 24 Jan 2006 Tue 08:49 am

Selam - Hi

Apa Khabar - How Are You

Selamat Pagi- Good Morning

Selamat Petang- Good Evening

Selamat Malam- Good NIght

Selamat Datang- Welcome

Malay Language from Malaysia

21.       TheNemanja
116 posts
 02 Nov 2013 Sat 11:47 pm

Ćao - Serbian

22.       Ivy18
11 posts
 10 Mar 2014 Mon 10:10 pm

Здраво - Zdravo - Hello from Macedonia

23.       Gulumyavrum
10 posts
 23 Mar 2014 Sun 07:47 pm

Hei! - Norwegian

24.       Yachase
3 posts
 21 Apr 2014 Mon 01:02 pm


Quoting libralady

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.


I don´t agree to the German one. 

Firstly, it´s actually written "Guten Morgen" and secondly it means good morning and not good day/hello like the others :S no offense (even though bonjour etc. can be used with the meaning good morning, I guess you rather meant hello in general, which would make Guten Morgen wrong in this case; if you really meant good morning, I apologize.) 


So German:

Hallo - Hello/Merhaba

Guten Morgen - Good morning/Günaydın

Guten Tag - (Good day)/İyi günler

Guten Abend - Good evening/İyi akşamlar

Gute Nacht - Good night/İyi geceler

Hi - Hi/Selam

Edited (4/21/2014) by Yachase

25.       elenagabriela
2040 posts
 22 Apr 2014 Tue 08:57 am


Quoting mella

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


Buna - romanian

Servus - romanian (Transylvania)

Edited (4/22/2014) by elenagabriela [added some dialect..]

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