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  1. noor's Avatar
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      • Native Language:
      • Arabic
      • Home Country:
      • Iraq
      • Current Location:
      • Iraq

    • Join Date: Dec 2006
    • Posts: 23
    #21

    Re: Greetings In Your Language

    hi... happy new year everybody.. i AM A new member from iraq. i speak Arabic.in Arabic to greet someone we say "alsalam alikum" "السلام عليكم" this is for formal and informal use. but also use "Marhaba" "مرحبا" for informal greeting..in iraq we men meet and sit together the first expression they use when a new person entered the room or the place where they are sitting-not a condition to be a stranger- whoever enters- they say "Allah Bil-kheer" "الله بالخير" .it equalls "hello"..
    thats all what i have... wish u the best

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    • Join Date: Jan 2007
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    #22

    Re: Greetings In Your Language

    Quote Originally Posted by sweetsadaf View Post
    Hello everyone :)

    All I want is to get this greeting in YOUR Language;

    "Hello! Nice to see you here"

    I want this greeting in all countries' languages (national languages or widely spoken languages in that country)

    ....

    Take care
    sadaf
    Ciao sadaf,

    here is the Italian version:
    "Ciao, lieto di vederti qui" or "Ciao, bello vederti qui" or "Ciao, un piacere vederti qui"

    there might also be a different translation:
    "Ciao, lieto di vedervi qui" or "Ciao, bello vedervi qui" or "Ciao, un piacere vedervi qui"
    as "you" can be both second person singular and plural in Italian.

    I think you meant the former though.
    Ciao again.
    Last edited by Alfry; 11-Jan-2007 at 22:51. Reason: typo


    • Join Date: Jan 2007
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    #23

    Re: Greetings In Your Language

    Czech Republic
    Hello - Ahoj
    Good day - Dobr den

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    • Join Date: Jan 2007
    • Posts: 26
    #24

    Re: Greetings In Your Language

    hello
    labas...lithuanian
    tere....estonian
    merhaba ....turkish
    privet......russian

  4. #25

    Re: Greetings In Your Language

    مرحبا mean Hello شلونك أبضاي لك على راسي الشباب الطيبة و على راسي العراق و سورية و اليمن و لبنان و تركيا و باكستان و كل المسلمين و العرب و العالم بألف خير


    • Join Date: Jan 2007
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    #26

    Smile Re: Greetings In Your Language

    well i hope i can help
    in albanian hello nice to see u means
    tung me vjen mire qe te shoh


    • Join Date: Jan 2007
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    #27

    Wink Re: Greetings In Your Language

    isn't that alsalami alikum more religious i mean even we muslims from macedonia(i hope u know where it is)we use it sometimes especially the more religious people byeeeeee


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    #28

    Re: Greetings In Your Language

    I am Pakistani and Urdu language Speaker. In My Language "Hello!" i said as "Assalaam-o-Aliakum" Or "Salaam"
    Means "Bless of God on You"

  5. Fleur de mort
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    #29

    Smile Re: Greetings In Your Language

    Hi dear noor
    haw are you .. i'm from yemen and i love Iraq so much .. i'm 20 and naw i'm so tired cause i'm in unevirsty and i have exams :)))


    وفدييييييت اهل العراق والشام والعرب كللهم فديت تركيا واليمن كلكم فديييتكم حببااايبي عاد لازم ترحييب حار منك واشتي بعد مسقوف من ايدينك الحلوة :)
    خدي بالك من نفسك حبيبتي


    • Join Date: Jan 2007
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    #30

    Re: Greetings In Your Language

    hi all,
    i'm from shanghai china. i noticed that a guy named wuwei is from shanghai too, and he/she has posted a greeting in simplied chinese. i'll use traditional chinese to express 'hello, nice to meet you'.
    “您好,遇見您很高興”
    and “您” is a formal form of “你” with 'you' in english

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