How do you write good luck in German and Russian?
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To say something about good luck--"He has good luck", or some such--you can use "fortuna secunda". To wish someone good luck, you might say "Bene rem gere!" or simply "Feliciter!". Although the literal translation would be something like bona fortuna, in fact, the Romans used to say "Res secundae" which sounds a bit like "second things" but actually means "favourable things." The accusative of exclamation could be used: "Bonam fortunam".
" Viel GlÃ¼ck " is a German equivalent of "good luck." The adjective " viel " means "a lot of, a great deal of, the best of." The noun " GlÃ¼ck " means "luck." Its singular definite article is " das " ("the"). Also if you want to say someone is lucky, you can say they are " glucklich" with an umlaut over the "u" "Good luck" in German is "Viel GlÃ¼ck!"
Viel GlÃ¼ck! or Viel Erfolg!
Answer: 'Good luck' is ÑÐ´Ð°ÑÐ° (udacha), and farewell is Ð¿ÑÐ¾ÑÐ°Ð½Ð¸Ðµ (porashchanie).
ladybug, called Johanniskafer in German.
Writing a 'Good Luck' note: . A card would be nice too. Inside the card you could put:. If it's business or a coworker or someone you don't know well put: . Jack. Wishing you good luck on your future endeavors.. If you are good friends then say: . Jack. Wishing you the very best of luck and I hope and you deserve the very best. Please keep in touch and let me know how you are doing.
A horseshoe, four-leaf clover and the chimney sweeper.
" Viel GlÃ¼ck Deutschland " would be a fitting phrase.
"Viel GlÃ¼ck" pronounced :- "feel - glu-ck". The gluck sounds similar to the chicken's 'cluck'.
Good luck is written å¹¸é phonetically it is written KÅ
ÐÐµÐ»Ð°Ñ Ð²Ð°Ð¼ ÑÐ´Ð°ÑÐ¸! - zhelayu vam udachi! - to plural "you" or formal singular. ÐÐµÐ»Ð°Ñ ÑÐµÐ±Ðµ ÑÐ´Ð°ÑÐ¸! - zhelayu tebye udachi! - to informal singular. Ð£Ð´ Ð° ÑÐ¸! - to either. ÐÐ¸ Ð¿ Ñ Ñ Ð° Ð½Ð¸ Ð¿ÐµÑ Ð° ! - ni pukha ni pera - specifically when someone is setting off to do a task like a test or to ask a girl out at a bar. The appropriate response is Ðº Ñ Ðµ ÑÑÑ! - kchortu!
Chinese mandarin is hao yun
å¥½ è¿ hao yun
Viel GlÃ¼ck dir. Alles Gute fÃ¼r dich.
Viel GlÃ¼ck bei deinen PrÃ¼fungen!
it can be written as : " ØØ¸Ø§ Ø·ÙØ¨Ø§"
Good luck with that = viel GlÃ¼ck damit
good luck - viel GlÃ¼ck your friends - deine Freunde "Good luck to your friends." would be "Deinen Freunden viel GlÃ¼ck." or "Viel GlÃ¼ck fÃ¼r deine Freunde."
Depending on context, Good luck! can be translated as: Viel GlÃ¼ck! Alles Gute! Toi! Toi! Toi!
good luck on your test = Alles Gute fÃ¼r deinen Test.
Viel Gluck u can go and write it in the translate