Saying "hello" in your country... Watch

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(Original post by Dude)
since i don't know what one of them is, i still have to say, HHHHHHHHHUUUUUUUUUHHHHHHHHHH.
Like the Spainish inquisition I'd guess.

And there's nothing wrong Skelterer, just repeating what you'd said to Dude (ok, the post probably wasn't needed).
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(Original post by meepmeep)
Like the Spainish inquisition I'd guess.

And there's nothing wrong Skelterer, just repeating what you'd said to Dude (ok, the post probably wasn't needed).
don't worry. we all do things like that from time to time.
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don't worry. we all do things like that from time to time.
you are speaking just like Terminator
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isnt crazy "pagal"?
yes it is. they probably just made a typo
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(Original post by Falguni)
yes it is. they probably just made a typo
think i missed some indians aroung here !!!
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Sorry mate...I said that in the FIRST post ...or did you not see it .
Anyway Hey right back at you!
because hello is in english..and u asked for it in the native languages !!!
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Al salaam a'alaykum (Arabic-a'Arabi)
Oh-see-YOH (Cherokee-Tsalagi)
Ni hao (Chinese-Mandarin)
Nazdar (Czech-Cestina)
PIE-vah (Finnish-Suomi)
Kalimera (Greek-Ellinika)
Shalom (Hebrew-Ivrit)
Nah-mah-STAY (Hindi)
ZEE-yah (Hungarian-Magyar)
Selamat pagi (Indonesian-Bahasa Indonesia)
Konichiwa (Japanese-Nihongo)
An-YOH HASHim-ni-kah (Korean-Han-gul)
Sekoh (Mohawk-Kanien'keha)
Buna ziua (Romanian)
Jambo (Swahili-Kiswahili)
sa-wa DEE Krab/kah (Thai)
Merhaba (Turkish-Turkce)
BOH-ray DAH (Welsh-Cymraeg)

and yeah 'Barev janikner, H L tesnem @stekh kani hay ka. de yete Hay es mi hat pataskhani eli.
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(Original post by SasunD)
Al salaam a'alaykum (Arabic-a'Arabi)
Oh-see-YOH (Cherokee-Tsalagi)
Ni hao (Chinese-Mandarin)
Nazdar (Czech-Cestina)
PIE-vah (Finnish-Suomi)
Kalimera (Greek-Ellinika)
Shalom (Hebrew-Ivrit)
Nah-mah-STAY (Hindi)
ZEE-yah (Hungarian-Magyar)
Selamat pagi (Indonesian-Bahasa Indonesia)
Konichiwa (Japanese-Nihongo)
An-YOH HASHim-ni-kah (Korean-Han-gul)
Sekoh (Mohawk-Kanien'keha)
Buna ziua (Romanian)
Jambo (Swahili-Kiswahili)
sa-wa DEE Krab/kah (Thai)
Merhaba (Turkish-Turkce)
BOH-ray DAH (Welsh-Cymraeg)

and yeah 'Barev janikner, H L tesnem @stekh kani hay ka. de yete Hay es mi hat pataskhani eli.


nice compiled list !!!
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(Original post by skelterer)
Okay tell us how it will be 'Nee Hao' in Kazakh?
What young pretty lady's doing in wild Kazakh's steppes? Ловит тушканчиков на обед?
Now now...you are rubbing it in...I cant even understand Russian, let alone Kazakh...:P
As for me on the Kazakh steppes, hehe... it has been a strange experience. It hasnt been that bad though, if only it wouldnt be so darn cold!!!
But I guess I cant be blamed, I am used to +45 C, not -20 C!!! *shivers*
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(Original post by Sparkey)
Helo Sarah ydw i, dw'in Byw yn Aberdar. Dwi'n Mynychu yr ysgol Merched Aberdar. Dwi'n Hoffi Technoleg ond Dw i ddim yn hoffi Mathemateg. D'w i ddim yn hoffi siarad yn Cymraeg achos mae'n Ddiflas ond dw'in hoffi siarad yn Saesneg achos mae'n Wych a Hawdd (GCSE Welsh has never failed me :confused: ) Supprisingly thats all i know and even thats wrong :eek:
haha...for a minute I thought that was Russian!! I knew I was bad but I thought I recognized Russian when someone spoke it at least!
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(Original post by sarahwhatevver)
haha...for a minute I thought that was Russian!! I knew I was bad but I thought I recognized Russian when someone spoke it at least!
that was for another Sarah.
Well...I am confused. What is your native lang?
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that was for another Sarah.
Well...I am confused. What is your native lang?
Oh ok..now I feel stupid! hehe...
My mother tongue is Pashto, and my first language is Urdu....(:
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(Original post by SasunD)
Al salaam a'alaykum (Arabic-a'Arabi)
Oh-see-YOH (Cherokee-Tsalagi)
Ni hao (Chinese-Mandarin)
Nazdar (Czech-Cestina)
PIE-vah (Finnish-Suomi)
Kalimera (Greek-Ellinika)
Shalom (Hebrew-Ivrit)
Nah-mah-STAY (Hindi)
ZEE-yah (Hungarian-Magyar)
Selamat pagi (Indonesian-Bahasa Indonesia)
Konichiwa (Japanese-Nihongo)
An-YOH HASHim-ni-kah (Korean-Han-gul)
Sekoh (Mohawk-Kanien'keha)
Buna ziua (Romanian)
Jambo (Swahili-Kiswahili)
sa-wa DEE Krab/kah (Thai)
Merhaba (Turkish-Turkce)
BOH-ray DAH (Welsh-Cymraeg)

and yeah 'Barev janikner, H L tesnem @stekh kani hay ka. de yete Hay es mi hat pataskhani eli.
EIGHTEEN LANGUAGES :eek: ?!?! And I'm sure you knew some european (french, spanish etc) but u didn't mention it cuz it would sound silly amongst the oriental stuff...How DO u do it?!? EIGHTEEN BLOODY LANGUAGES?!?!
BB :cool:
P.S. You didn't pick them off the net or something, right?
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EIGHTEEN LANGUAGES :eek: ?!?! And I'm sure you knew some european (french, spanish etc) but u didn't mention it cuz it would sound silly amongst the oriental stuff...How DO u do it?!? EIGHTEEN BLOODY LANGUAGES?!?!
BB :cool:
P.S. You didn't pick them off the net or something, right?
well, for the purpose of this conversation/post/thread no i didn't take it off the web. I have memorised them so that if i meet someone who speaks the language, i cna greet them, then they'll go ahh so u speak "so and so" ill go no, and they'll go oh well.

seriously
one time i was in texas and i was weraing a Danmark t-shirt which had danish writing on it, and the this fella goes to me, ahh man your danish right, ahh i have never seen someone here, i was like sorry man it's just a t-shirt, and he kinda got upset.........

don't buy t-shirt with countries names on it unless u know the language, or unless u kan fake it like me.
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Labdien/Cau (Latvian)
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Ay up mi duk.

(Nottinghamshire)

How do matey ? Ya rate ?

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(Original post by SasunD)
well, for the purpose of this conversation/post/thread no i didn't take it off the web. I have memorised them so that if i meet someone who speaks the language, i cna greet them, then they'll go ahh so u speak "so and so" ill go no, and they'll go oh well.

seriously
one time i was in texas and i was weraing a Danmark t-shirt which had danish writing on it, and the this fella goes to me, ahh man your danish right, ahh i have never seen someone here, i was like sorry man it's just a t-shirt, and he kinda got upset.........

don't buy t-shirt with countries names on it unless u know the language, or unless u kan fake it like me.
hm, good reply. I'd say - worthy and professional .
In other words, you did not answer the question - how do you know all these (very common and truly widely used) greetings? ... Mossad?
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Im overweight and proud (american)
No Pasaran ( now - iraqi )
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(Original post by Blush Babe)
EIGHTEEN LANGUAGES :eek: ?!?! And I'm sure you knew some european (french, spanish etc) but u didn't mention it cuz it would sound silly amongst the oriental stuff...How DO u do it?!? EIGHTEEN BLOODY LANGUAGES?!?!
BB :cool:
P.S. You didn't pick them off the net or something, right?
ha! Did you notice that there were no one slavonic lang?
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