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Privet = Russian Hi
Strasvitsia = More formal Hello
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'Qui manière?' or 'bonzour' - Creole (Mauritius).
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OK let me clear this up... Iranian VS Arabic:

Long time ago in Persia (when they conquered nearly everywhere) the Persian religion was Zartush (they believed in god about a thousand year ago but their symbol is the fire...my mum's friends are zartush). Now back then their language was pure until the arabs (in prophet mohammed's time) took over and converted most of the place into islam (although they did not really succeed because in iran today there are STILL jews, christians and zartush and etc) and long time ago women also led the country and Iran was the only country that accepted jews and blacks back then (King Dariush wrote an order for this and it is now either in Louvre in Paris or in a museum in London - don't know which). When arabs mixed with them, the language changed...and in india, parts of russia, aphghanistan etc are similar to the iranian language because iran once had them all (all the way to greece).
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(Original post by kildare)
Dia Dhuit (Irish)

Directly translated, it means 'God be with you'
So is Irish a different language to english (forgive my ignorance, I wou;dn't know anyway). What does "Aisling" mean...I know it's a name.
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g'day
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(Original post by bono)
hey, i am iranian!!!
Manam hameentor. Tehdademoon ziad shode!

Muahaha.
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(Original post by me!)
g'day
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Manam hameentor. Tehdademoon ziad shode!

Muahaha.
Chi?? faghad setayim!!
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Italian: Bonjourno (hello) and chow (bye) - spelling?
Indian: Kuta bagel (crazy dog)
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(Original post by Blush Babe)
Italian: Bonjourno (hello) and chow (bye) - spelling?
bongiorno and ciao
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bongiorno and ciao
Thanks...just spelled it how I pronounce it .
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Chi?? faghad setayim!!
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Kam kam beeshtar-o-beeshtar meeshem hameen site-am takeover mekoneem barayeh khodemoon!

Watch out folks, there's an invasion coming your way!

*maniacal laughter ensues*
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Kam kam beeshtar-o-beeshtar meeshem hameen site-am takeover mekoneem barayeh khodemoon!

Watch out folks, there's an invasion coming your way!

*maniacal laughter ensues*
Oh don't be ridiculous !! Een site mikhaim chekar?!? And anyway I've mentioned AGES ago that I was Iranian and you didn't sat anything!! Bevafah!! I BET you're a guy!!
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(Original post by Blush Babe)
Hebrew!! That's so cool!! So are there different dialects or does everyone only speak Ivrit?
In Israel, they speak:

- Ivrit(some people call it Hebrew)
- Arabic
- English

That's the order on road signs, etc.
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(Original post by Blush Babe)
Italian: Bonjourno (hello) and chow (bye) - spelling?
Indian: Kuta bagel (crazy dog)
Bon Giorno is good day.
Ciao is used as hello or bye.
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Oh don't be ridiculous !! Een site mikhaim chekar?!? And anyway I've mentioned AGES ago that I was Iranian and you didn't sat anything!! Bevafah!! I BET you're a guy!!
And what makes you think I happened to see that post where you mentioned you were Iranian? Hmm? Jumping to conclusions, not thinking rationally. I BET you're a girl!! (ignoring your screen name, of course).

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Salut!
Hola!
Konichiwa (phonetic)
mafish faloose (ok so thats the phonetic for arabic for I have no money but thats what I say to whatever person comes over to me in an Arabic country)
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Guten Tag (German)
Hyvää paivää (or similar, Finish)
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(Original post by Blush Babe)
OK, we know how to say "hello" in English. I know how to say them in Italian, Arabic and Iranian but I'll only start off with Iranian...
Salam
...Let's see how many languages we can get
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ok french

bonjour
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(Original post by Blush Babe)
Italian: Bonjourno (hello) and chow (bye) - spelling?
Indian: Kuta bagel (crazy dog)
isnt crazy "pagal"?
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