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Bon après-midi, Mesdames is a French equivalent of 'Good afternoon, Ladies'. The words in French are pronounced 'boh-nah-prEH-mee-dEE may-dahm'. In the word by word transla…tion, the masculine adjective 'bon' means 'good'. The masculine gender noun 'après-midi' means 'after [the hour of] noon'. The feminine gender noun 'Mesdames' means 'women, ladies'.
There are eleven South African languages. Please specify which one you want the words translated into.
Goeiemiddag dames en here Say: Khoya-middakh--daamiss-en-hiyara
Literally you would say "buon pommeriggio bella donna", but in reality, the Italians rarely use 'good afternoon' (although they could, there's nothing wrong with it). More usu…ally you would say "buon giorno bella donna", or even "buon giorno bella" ('buon giorno' being 'good day' and the a of bella signifyng that you are addressing a woman). If you wish to be informal (or cute) or both, you would say "Ciao bella!"
Buon pomeriggio, bella signora! is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "Good afternoon, beautiful lady!" The courtesy also translates as "Good afternoon, beautiful mad…am (Ma'am, Mrs., woman)!" in English. The pronunciation will be "bwon PO-mey-REED-djo BEL-la see-NYO-ra" in Italian.
Mesdames et messieurs, bonjour. (in French you would usually say 'je vous souhaite (un) bon aprés-midi' when you leave).
Wicoka som iyaye waste
The proper punctuation would be to include an apostrophe after the word "ladies" to indicated possession by multiple women: "ladies' purses"
Buenas tardes, amiga.
I'm not positive, but i think it's Goedemiddag. :)
Mesdames et messieurs bonjour
No. It's not necessary. It should be---- Good afternoon.
There is no such language as "Indian". More than 450 languages are spoken in India. If you are referring to Native American languages, there are more than 700).
It should be --- Good morning, ladies.
"Good afternoon ladies and gentlemen" in Portuguese is "boa tarde senhoras e senhores". The pronunciation is "bow-ah tar-djee seh-nhaw-ras ee seh-nho-res".