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Good morning, thank you and goodbye

Ranger
Posts363Likes174Joined10/7/2018LocationBinan City / PH
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Tagalog
Other English

Hi everyone!


I'm curious and would like to know your native language versions of "Good morning", " "Thank you", and "Goodbye". I'll start with ours.


Filipino version:


Good morning = Magandang umaga

Thank you = Salamat

Goodbye = Paalam




Edzky-18

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Dwarf
Posts53Likes40Joined8/7/2018LocationKarachi / PK
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Urdu
Learning Arabic - Standard, English, Japanese, Pashto, Chinese - other

Urdu Version:


Good Morning = Subah Bakhair صباح الخير


Thank You = Shukriya شکریہ


Goodbye = Khuda Hafiz / Alwida الوداع/ خدا حافظ

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Ranger
Posts363Likes174Joined10/7/2018LocationBinan City / PH
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Tagalog
Other English

Shukriya @Noman.Gul!


 By the way, if you know other languages aside from your native and English, I'll be glad if you share it too.

Edzky-18

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Ranger
Posts458Likes274Joined8/7/2018LocationAlmeria / ES
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English
Other Arabic - Egyptian, French, German, Spanish

I am English so mine are there but in Spanish  

Good morning=Buenos dias

Thank you= gracias

Goodbye=adiós

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Ranger
Posts458Likes274Joined8/7/2018LocationAlmeria / ES
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English
Other Arabic - Egyptian, French, German, Spanish

Arabic ( have no Arabic keyboard so just phonetics)

Good morning=Sabah Al khair

Thank you=Shukran

Goodbye= ma 

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Ranger
Posts458Likes274Joined8/7/2018LocationAlmeria / ES
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English
Other Arabic - Egyptian, French, German, Spanish

I have a problem editing from the phone... Ma Salam *** not just 

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Ranger
Posts363Likes174Joined10/7/2018LocationBinan City / PH
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Tagalog
Other English

Gracias!


We also use those simple spanish words in our country because we were able to adopt them during the Spanish colonization here. Actually I heard them in my grandparents. Other commonly used spanish words here in our country are: 


mi amore - my love

si seniore - yes sir

seniorito - referring to a young man

Edzky-18

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Ranger
Posts409Likes151Joined10/7/2018LocationTrece Martires City / PH
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Tagalog
Other English

Someone from Japan please? =)

do the right thing even when nobody is watching

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Ent
Posts835Likes505Joined18/3/2018LocationBellingham / US
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English
Learning Tagalog
Other Swahili, Thai

Japanese:

おはようございます

ありがとうございました

さようなら

I'm reading the Malazan Book of the Fallen.

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Hobbit
Posts32Likes20Joined8/10/2018LocationWien / AT
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French, German
Other Arabic - Standard, Japanese, Chinese - Cantonese

Portuguese 


Good morning = Bom dia


Thank you = Obrigado


Goodbye= Tchau, or Adeus 

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Ranger
Posts363Likes174Joined10/7/2018LocationBinan City / PH
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Tagalog
Other English

Alex.M wrote:

Portuguese

Good morning = Bom dia

Thank you = Obrigado

Goodbye= Tchau, or Adeus


Obrigado Alex. Portuguese is also one of my interests, though I'm totally zero in it as of now. :relieved:

Edzky-18

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Ranger
Posts298Likes159Joined6/10/2018LocationLagos / NG
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English
Other French

Nigeria(Urhobo language)


"Migwo" is the Standard Way Of Urhobo Greeting only to someone older than you. And it's also means alot. GoodMorning,GoodAfternon,Goodevening, Thank you.

"Do" pronounced as the musical note can also mean "thank you" or "sorry" or "well done"

Kevwe A.

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Dwarf
Posts54Likes18Joined7/10/2018LocationNairobi / KE
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English, Swahili
Other German

Good morning- Habari ya Asubuhi

Thank you - Asante

Goodbye - Kwaheri 

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Ranger
Posts363Likes174Joined10/7/2018LocationBinan City / PH
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Tagalog
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Do Oghene and Asante Jack! Are you from Kenya Jack? 

Edzky-18

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