Good night in different languages

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Posts105Likes22Joined5/9/2018Locationlahore / PK

How do say Good night in your native language?

We say "Subha Bakhair" in urdu.

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Posts62Likes27Joined22/9/2018LocationLagos / NG
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Other French

I'm currently learning French, its now my adopted native language.. Lol.

So, Bon nuit.

If I was to choose being an animal, I will like to be an Eagle.

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Posts868Likes526Joined18/3/2018LocationBellingham / US
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Learning French, Japanese, Korean, Russian, Spanish, Swahili, Tagalog, Thai
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Usiku mwema = good night

Lala salama = sleep peacefully 

in Swahili.


I'm reading the Malazan Book of the Fallen.

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Posts436Likes220Joined4/9/2018LocationCaracas / VE
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Buenas noches: spanish.


In my target languages (since there seems like there are no active native speakers on the forum):


Buona notte: italian

Gute nacht: german

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Posts125Likes95Joined3/9/2018LocationSkopje / MK
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Добра ноќ :) 


All Slavic languages sound a bit the same specially on these basic expressions. But there ARE differences 


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Posts436Likes220Joined4/9/2018LocationCaracas / VE
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Mai wrote:
Добра ноќ :)
All Slavic languages sound a bit the same specially on these basic expressions. But there ARE differences


How do you pronounce it?

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Posts125Likes95Joined3/9/2018LocationSkopje / MK
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Hmm, [dobra nokj], haha I recorded it :) 

Best way. Otherwise, you speak the way it is written, no complicated reading rules :) 


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Posts436Likes220Joined4/9/2018LocationCaracas / VE
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Mai wrote:

Hmm, [dobra nokj], haha I recorded it :)

Best way. Otherwise, you speak the way it is written, no complicated reading rules :)

Thanks! You did more than I expected! :o

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