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How do you write good luck in German and Russian?
" 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 sing…ular 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 Glück bei deinen Prüfungen!
Guten Morgen, mein Freund!
You say "Viel Glueck und auf Wiedersehen."
Viel Glück bei deinem Test. Viel Glück für deinen Test.
Good Luck=Viel Glück or when it's especially for an exam you add 'für die Prüfung' So the whole phrase would be: "Viel Glück für die Prüfung"
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 "Felicit…er!". 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".
ladybug, called Johanniskafer in German.
好 运 hao yun
Viel Glück bei deiner Prüfung heute.
In The Bible
you can have good luck by being nice to other people. you can have a four leaf clover with you or you can make your own good luck charm and prey on it for good keeping and alw…ays have it with you
Answer: 'Good luck' is удача (udacha), and farewell is прощание (porashchanie).
"Viel Glück" pronounced :- "feel - glu-ck". The gluck sounds similar to the chicken's 'cluck'.