How do yo say thank you in Yemen?
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Yemen is located in southwest Asia on the southern tip of theArabian Peninsula. Yemen is bordered by Saudi Arabia to the north,Oman to the east, the Red Sea to the west and the Indian Ocean tothe South. It's an Arabian neighborhood. It is adjacent to Syria.
depends on the situation. a simple verbal "Thank you" is enough for social interaction. if someone did something very nice you could send them a card, a gift, money. just to say thank you for whatever they did.
In tagalog and even in visayan, informal version of thank you as spoken as Salamat. Formal is Salamat Po. Thank You.
because of the new modern era people think it's "cooler" to say yo and not hi
there is no specific language to cheerleading, say it like you would regularly. like omg heyy! like whats up?!
~Say thanks or thank you in person or by phone ~Get flowers or chocolates for the person you're thanking ~Write a letter, email or SMS to thank the person ~Describe what you appreciate about what the person did ~Do something nice for the person in return ~Give money ~Be warm and welcoming and sincer…e (MORE)
If someone does something nice for you or helped you in any way then you should acknowledge with a 'thank you' for the time they took to help you out. It's a matter of respect and good etiquette.
If your a fifth grader , yo dont be retarted?!. If your a fifth grader , yo dont be retarted?!
it depends upon the circumstances. We say thank you because we aregrateful for the person we have addressed our thank you. Thank youfor your question!
You should say thank you any time someone does something nicefor you, or any time you want to express appreciation forsomething.
You could say "Thank you for the warm wishes" or say "Thank you" followed by a sentence about what they are congratulating you for.
There is no language called cuban. Cuban's speak spanish. In spanish they say Como estas?
Sa no fi. Sa , short a sound, like bath, no like no, and fi like fee. Yes, but which syllable has the emphasis?
In Hindi we say PAPA .... pronounced as PAAPAA or simply DADDY OR DAD. One can say "PITAA JI" also.... but that is very traditional... Just a side note: Ji denotes respect and it's in best interest to use it as in "papa- ji" It should definitely be used, but not necessarily every time someone addre…sses their father (MORE)
"Moshi Moshi" people use it when saying hello in the phone. "Ohayo (goziamasu)" Used in the morning, you can add gozaimasu for formality. "Konnichiwa" is a more formal way of saying hello. You can use it any time of the day though, it's not the type to use with your friends. "Konbanwa" Used… in the evening at night. "Domo" Is a less formal way to say hello, you use it in talking with someone you know very well you use this word. (MORE)
It is just an insult. Some theorize it came from slave trading. Imagine this. Everyone is chained together in cages on ships. It is tight, uncomfortable, and smelly. Everyone is sleepy and hungry. They have no sense of power nor control. To make matters worse, most don't even speak the same language…s. There are only a few words that are near universal. Mama is probably one of those. Now, that was about the only thing they had in common, they had a mother. If they didn't know anything else, they could get a rise out of insulting each other's mother as a form of distraction. It was a way of keeping some sense of sanity under such conditions. (MORE)
Answer 'le deseo' is 'I want you'... Answer "te deseo" is a more informal way of saying it (if you aren't talking to an authority figure!) Answer "te quiero" Pronounced Tay kee-air-o (Extracted from wiki.answers.com)
"Science" in Spanish is "ciencia". It is pronounced "see-EN-see-ah". Please see the Related link below for confirmation of the translation.
Avoir is the infinitive . BUT! it is conjugated as... . j'ai: I have . tu as: You have . il/elle/on a: He/she/one has . nous avons: We have . vous avez: You have . ils/elles ont: They have
When you're trying to say "them" in Russian, you have to be mindful of the six declinations that exist in the Russian grammar. They, to them, with them, without them, by them are all different words. Assuming you want to know how to say "them" in a phrase such as "Us and them", you say oni. It so…unds exactly like onion, but the accent is on the ee sound. Almost like you were saying "Uh, knee!", but in one word :) (MORE)
CÃ©n t-ainm atÃ¡ ort? / CÃ¡ hainm atÃ¡ ort? / C'ainm atÃ¡ ort? / Cad is ainm duit?
You can say " Como vai? " or " Tudo bem?" You can use both together for "How are you doing?" [ Como vai, tudo bem? ]
The literal translation would be 'Merci d'un million' but saying thank you very much or a million would be 'Merci beaucoup!'
Hello everybody, my name = Carmelo Micali, Spanish - Castillian i mean Castellano, by the way - to say Thank You, you just say 'gracias'. Have a nice time.
Quechua varies a lot across dialects, and there are a few different ways to say "thank you" in different situations. Here are two ways to say "thank you" in the Cuzco dialect of Peru: AÃ±aychayki (ah-nyai-chai-kee) Sulpayki (sool-pai-kee) The "ki" at the end of the words means "you," so you… can also just say "sulpay" or "aÃ±aychay" which are more informal, like "thanks." (MORE)
"Great thanks" in Traditional Chinese is æè¬. In Simplified Chinese it's written æè°¢. In Hanyu Pinyin, it's pronounced "gan3xie4." In Gwoyeu Romatzyh it's pronounced "gaanshieh."
The lack of thanks is probably because they do not make the effort to . Most of the time, parents come to expect people to do things without proper thanks. A lot of this is due to either upbringing or perhaps at work, where most things are done without thank yous. Many parents see things as dutie…s, and not worthy of thanks. If you want change, the two best ways to affect this are talking to your parents, and thanking them for things yourself. Most people are emotional mirrors, and due to human behaviour mimic the reactions of other people. If you thank your parents for things like cleaning up, making dinner, buying things for you, or taking you out places, they will probably start thanking you to some extent, although it may take some time, and will start slowly and probably not right away. It's not too hard to say the two words 'Thank You,' one just needs to make the effort to do so. Answer 2: Sometimes parents are not in the mood to say thanks. You don't have to force them too. Maybe something bad had happened at home or something to do with job and money. Instead of trying to make them say thanks, you can talk to them about their feeling between you and your parents. (MORE)
The most common way is to simply say "thank you". Other common ways are "Ta" and "Thanks mate".
No. Yo soy means "I am" You have is "Tienes" The only time I could see this coming into effect is when you are talking about hair color you can say "Soy pelerojo" to mean "I have red hair"
thank you for your support: Ø´ÙØ±Ø§Ù ÙØ¯Ø¹Ù Ù thank you Ø´ÙØ±Ø§ ÙÙ thanks a lot Ø´ÙØ±Ø§Ù Ø¬Ø²ÙÙØ§Ù
as as slang, you can use "Thanks", and pretty much everyone willunderstand. Or you can use "Kiitos"
I speak Bulgarian myself so the answer is blagadara it was very hard for me to say 0: It's Bla- ga-da-ra
I'm not sure i understand " thanks for the like". are you sure you can say that in English? thanks for the = arigato gozaimasu thanks for the ride = nosette kurette arigato gozaimasu -- If your are talking about Facebook "Like" button, its translation is "ãããï¼". That… said, you can say this way: ããããï¼ããããã¨ãã HTH. (MORE)
There are about 450 Languages spoken in India and about 700 different Native American languages. But there is no such language as "Indian"..
When the back part of your underwear is in between your bum cheeks, just like thongs.
Personally, I would go for number 2: Thanks a lot. The reason is that the indefinite article 'a' cannot be attached to a preceding or following word or phrase, (i.e. independent.) Hope it helped!
Kirei is the most common way, and utsukushii is more polite. Kirei (Keerehh) = ããã Utsukushii (Ootskooshee) = ç¾ããã ãã¤ããã
Thank you for your correction is the correct way to use your proper English. You are welcome for my correction.
I am not. As in I do not exist. Literally, "yo no se" is "I not be."
ç¡ã /zu rui/ , æªè³¢ã /wa ru ga shi koi/ and ç¡ç¾ãª /kou ka tsu na/ would be good words for 'sneaky, sly, dishonest' as a modifier. Doing something/moving around sneakily would be ãããããã¦ /ko so ko so shi te/.
It's an insult. It's usually precedes something that the insulter says your mother supposedly did or is.
' ë§í ì ê³ ë§ ì '. ' ë§í ì ê³ ë§ ì ' = 'I can say thanks.
How do yo say thank you that my son at one of his football game and the other on the cruse ship in New York in Spanish?
Gracias, mi hijo estÃ¡ en su partido de fÃºtbol, y el otro esta en un crucero en Nueva York
words = palavras. some brazilian portuguese words = mouse=RATO / cat=GATO / horse=CAVALO andar = TO WALK / comer = TO EAT / house=CASA / home=RESIDÃNCIA, LAR soccer=FUTEBOL .........
äººæ° /jin min/ means 'people'. Another related word, äººäºº /hi to bi to/ means 'each and every person, people, everyone, etc'.
It is "yo gusto". This verb is more commonly used in the reflexive "gustarse", in which case the verb form refers to the object. Examples: "Yo gusto las chicas" and "Me gustan las chicas" mean the same thing: "I like girls".
- Â¿Queria usted decir? . Thats - Did you mean to say? - In Spanish .
Que tal? (very informal) Como estas? (with an accent on the first 'o' and the 'a') (informal) Como esta usted? (accents as above) (formal)
If you mean direction, e.g. 'to London', 'a'; so 'a londres' = 'to London' If you mean the first half of an infinitive, e.g. 'to travel', 'to eat', 'to live', 'to' is communicated by various infinitive endings. For the verbs in question, these are: viajAR = to travel comER = to eat vivIR = …to live The infinitive-endings are in capitals simply to clarify them here (though,as it happens, the capitals also indicate the stress on the spoken words). (MORE)
Pasu or Pashoo are two translations of cow into Malayalam I'vefound. The other words in the list are written in an alphabet thatis incomprehensible to me.