How do you say goodbye in Flemish?
Goodbye can be 'tot ziens' (until I see you) or 'dag' which can also be used as a greeting. It's a question of tone.
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goodbye in Singapore. They have 4 languages spoken there. English, Malai, Mandarin and Tamil. English IS the primary language of the country.
Goodbye: Sayounara See ya - Ja, mata See you tomorrow - Ja, mata ashita Byebye- baibai
if you mean like bye as in see you later: hade. if you mean good bye like in I will never see you again, or I won't see you for a long period of time: Farvel Hello: "Hei" or "hallo" Good bye: "Ha det bra" or "ha det" (often written "hadet" or "hade")
For hello there is 'konnichiwa' and for goodbye 'sayounara'. There are other phrases too but the questions for each have already been thoroughly answered here on WA, please look them up.
There's actually no such language as Swiss. Switzerland has 4 official languages: German, French, Italian, and Romansh . Please specify which language you want to translate into.
The Lakota, (depending on the tribe for the spelling and pronunciation), prefer not to say good bye, but rather, I'll see you soon, or "I'll see you again someday" which is spoken in an abbreviated way, "Toksha". I think the spelling is Toksha Ake. . In all actuality, there really is no word for g…oodbye in Lakota, for that would mean the hoop of love and connectedness would be broken. But rather, "travel well" or as I've stated, "I'll see you again". Please feel free, those of native language fluency to add or correct me on this! . Mitakuye Oyasin! (MORE)
This depends on whether or not the person you're saying goodbye to is staying or leaving:. Staying: ìë íê³ì¸ì (annyeong geseyo) . Leaving: ìë íê°ì¸ì (annyeong gaseyo) . Alternatively, if you know the person well (friend/family), you can just… say ìë (annyeong). (MORE)
\n . \ngoodbye for now = au revoir (pronounced oh-re- vwar ) goodbye for ever = adieu (pronounced a-de- yuh ) .
Depends on where you worked. A dozen donuts and a note "it's been a slice" often suffices.
goodbye - åè§ (ZÃ ijiÃ n) Btw its Mandarin or Cantonese no such thing as Goodbye in Chinese. :)
A horse won't understand what you are saying to them, so it doesn't matter. Saying goodbye is more for your benefit, not theirs. If you fear you may become emotional, it is best to skip saying anything at all, since crying may upset the horse.
It is almost the same as in English: Welkom. And that's the same as in Dutch.
"Have a good trip" = "goede reis" One remark: Flemish is the word people use to describe a variety of Dutch spoken in Flanders (northern Belgium). In essence Dutch and Flemish are the same, meaning people in northern Belgium do speak Dutch. Only, they speak it slightly differently (compare Americ…an English and English English). (MORE)
ÙØ¯Ø§Ø¹Ø§ - Arabic . ÐÐ¾Ð²Ð¸Ð¶Ð´Ð°Ð½Ðµ - Bulgarian . Nashledanou - Czech . Farvel - Danish . Goodbye - Dutch . Head aega - Estonian . NÃ¤kemiin - Finnish . adieu, or au revoir - French . auf Wiedersehen, or (informally) schÃ¼Ã - German . Shalom (×©×…××) - Hebrew (MORE)
To answer your question it is ik zie je graag. but now i need something from you how to say i love you in old English my wife would love it for her birthday:) ill get some
"Ik mis je" (By the way Flemish is not a language: it's only a term to describe the 4 southern dialects of the Dutch language: West-Flemish, East-Flemish, Brabantian, Limburgish)
In the Mi'kmaq language you say nmu'ltes app ; you might also say nmu'ltis (see you later).
No, she does end up moving but moves to a ranch close by her old home. Jackson ends up moving from his new apartment to live on the ranch too. Oliver goes on tour with his band but will remain close by. If you havent seen the episode where lily moves in, she too lives with miley and the family. This… episode is the end of this season. If anybody has anymore questions let me know and i will give you the answer. sincerely, smartypants13 (MORE)
the answer is obosley no, Miley Cyrus and trish Cyrus get on well together and will always be by each others side, read her book miles to go it tells you there
Its about when miley looses blue jeans her horse, she wants to move back to Nashville, TN her real life birth place.
yes season four was cut and the Miley says goodbye? is the end of Hannah Montana
There's no such language as "Belgian". The three official languages of Belgium are French, Flemish/Dutch, and German.
They don't speak "iraqi" they speak Arabic. A general greating in Islamic countries is 'As-Salamu Alaykum'. Basically you'd be saying 'peace be upon you'.
we say Ð¿Ð¾ÐºÐ° (poka) meaning "bye" or Ð´Ð¾ Ð²ÑÑÑÐµÑÐ¸/Ð´Ð¾ ÑÐ²Ð¸Ð´Ð°Ð½Ð¸Ñ (do vstretchi/do svedaniya) meaning "see u"
It depends on what language the speak. Aboriginal Australians speak many different native languages. Most also speak English.
I suppose by Chilean you mean Spanish: Goodbye in Spanish is "adiÃ³s" If you mean by Chilean some kind of native American language I'm afraid I can't help you.
The official language of New Zealand is English (although Maori is referred to as the indigenous language). Goodbye in New Zealand is the same as British or American English.
In Latin you can say good-bye by using either ave or vale if you are speaking to one person. If you are speaking to more than one person you would use avete or valete.
Aloha means hello, goodbye, and love. Used in the proper context - what you are saying will be obvious. However the word for friend sounds similar > The word for friend is hoaaloha. just pronounce it like: ho-aloha. So in order to not sound repetetive I would use: 'A hui hou' (pronounced: ah-hoo-we…e-ho) which means 'until we meet again'. So: "A hui hou, hoaaloha." (MORE)
It depends, really. In a formal setting, meaning that you don't know the person, you say Auf Weidersehn (pronounced OFF VeDEHRzain), in an informal setting, such as TchÃ¼ss (pronounced Choos). In southern Germany, you would say Servus (ZER-VUS"
like good have a nice day and bye as in bye! so really you are saying take care, have a nice day, see you soon, good luck, wish you the best, have fun, cant wait to see you again, ect. andd that is why GoodBye is GoodBye! youu are very welcome and have a nice dayy!! :) ( see my good bye message, t…hat's it! ) (MORE)
Egyptian isn't a language, most Egyptians speak Arabic. Anyway: This is how it is written in Arabic: ÙØ¯Ø§Ø¹Ø§ This is how it is phonetically: WdÄÊ»Ä Another answer: goodbye in Egyptian language is Senebti. 
I'm from Poland. "Good bye" means in polish "do widzenia" or "Å¼egnaj". We often say "czeÅÄ" or "do zobaczenia" (see you; bye).
There's no such language as "Belgian". The three official languages of Belgium are French, Flemish/Dutch, and German. In Flemish, it's goedendag
The most common way to say goodbye in Chinese is åè¦. In Hanyu Pinyin this is pronounced zai4jian4. In GR romanization it is pronounced tzay jiann. Another way of saying goodbye that may be easier is "ææ" which is pronounced "bai1bai1"
"Fare thee well" or "farewell" are both quite common. The word "goodbye" was in the process of developing from the phrase "God be with you", which we see in the intermediate form "God b' wi' ye" in Hamlet (just before the rogue and peasant soliloquy).
People say goodbye as life is very uncertain, the two may not see each other next day as one could be dead.
Like the rest of Greece. Formal: ÎÎ½ÏÎ¯Î¿ (antÃo) =farewell ÎµÎ¹Ï ÏÎ¿ ÎµÏÎ±Î½Î¹Î´ÎµÎ¯Î½ (eis to epanideÃn) =until we meet (see eachother) again. Equivalent to "aufwiedersehen" in German. Informal: ÎÎµÎ¹Î± ÏÎ¿Ï (yia sou/ plural… yia sas): health to you / farewell. Also used as agreeting, also as a toast. Î¤Î± Î»ÎÎ¼Îµ (ta leme): till we speakagain (MORE)
There really is no word for "goodbye". You would say "until next time", or "until . i see you again"-qo'c 'ee hexnu'.
Her family, Gale, The Baker, and the mayors daughter. I can't remember anyone else if there were any.
In Ojibwe you could use giga-waabamin (I shall see you); maajaan (go) is used to say farewell to someone who is leaving; gigawabamin nagutch (or naagaj ) is I will see you later; gigawabamin menawah is I will see you again; baamaapii is until later; biwabamamishinam menawah is come and …see us again. (MORE)
It depends on which Zimbabwe language you want to use. please choose one of the following: . Dombe . English . Fanagalo . Kalanga . Kunda . Lozi . Manyika . Nambya . Ndau . Ndebele . Nsenga . Nyanja . Shona . Tonga . Tsoa . Tsonga . Tswa . Tswana . Venda . Zimbabwe Sign Languag…e (MORE)
To say "Goodbye" in Bavarian German you would say Auf Wiederschaun , in contrast to standard German which is simply Auf Wiedersehen .
Hello - Hej, Goddag (Hej is probably the most common, but Goddag also works even though it's a bit more formal) Goodbye - HejdÃ¥, adjÃ¶ (Same thing here, HejdÃ¥ is a bit more common than adjÃ¶ witch is more formal. How are you - Hur mÃ¥r du?, Hur stÃ¥r det till? (both works fine in any s…ituation) (MORE)
"Je t'aime, au revoir!" or, for more formal: "Je vous aime, au revoir!" Au revoir, which is goodbye, could also be replaced by "Ã la prochaine" (see you later), "Ã demain" (see you tomorrow), etc.
There is no such thing as pigeon language. If you are talking about "Pidgin" language, then there are hundreds of completely different Pidgins in the world. You would have to specify which one you are referring to.
You simply put your hand up to your mouth and blow. Or, if you want a word it would be something like , oodbyegerb or yeberb. You just take the front letter of a word, stick it on the end and add erb. I opeherb hatterb elpsherb. (I hope that helps)
'Wij komen uit de Verenigde Staten van Amerika'. Just use google translate or a dictionary, Flemish = Dutch..
just tell him you will miss him and simply say bye, he will like it if it is meaningful, I would know. ;)
No. Answer: Yes. You can read about His 'farewell discourse' in the upper room in John 14.