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שלום אח שלי נוצרי or Shalom akhi sheli nozri. Some would prefer Shalom akhi sheli Meshichi
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"Hello" is " Shalom .". To say "What's up?" you can say " Ma koreh ?" . Sometimes, in an informal greeting, the Arabic word " Ahlan " is used.
"Hello your friend" is not a grammatical phrase.
ha'ah hanotzri sheli
Christianity has no uniform language, so a Christian would hello in the language of their home country.
Shalom, Abba. Shalom is hello, Abba is Father.
Shalom Ach (Ach sounds like a German would pronounce the name of the composer - Bach)
, goodbye and peace in Hebrew is "Shalom" (שלום).
To a girl: "Shalom, ma shlomech?" (שלום, מה שלומך). To a boy: "Shalom, ma shlomcha?" (שלום, מה שלומך).
"Hello" is typically " sha-LOME ".. How are you is often " MAH shlome-CHAH ", meaning literally "what's your peace ?". Note : Wherever there's a "you" in a phrase, you have …to be aware of gender in your grammar. If you're greeting a female, you'd ask " MAH shlo-MECH ".
Hello = shalom (שלום) How are you can be said different ways: ma nishma (מה נשמע)ma chadash (מה חדש)ma shlomcha (מה שלומך) - masculinema shlomech (מה… שלומך) - feminine
yá'át'ééh shitsilí - hello my younger brother yá'át'ééh shinaaí - hello my older brother
Shalom is hello and boker tov is good morning
To a male friend: shalom, khaveri (שלום, חברי) To a female friend: shalom, khaverti (שלום, חברתי) (the kh is a gutteral sound)
shalom. anee shame Ryan pronounced: (shah-LOME) (ah-NEE) (SHAME) Ryan