'Hi, how are you doing?' is 'Hei, mitä kuuluu?' in Finnish.
Just say Hi and everyone will understand you. If you're not from Scotland and you try to use local dialect, you will just sound silly.
Just smile and say it like you mean it
hola, como estas?
Genki desu ka...
The question isn't finished??? do you mean in Gaelic or in Scottish dilect or English? I don't know any Gaelic so am no help but if you Google scottish Gaelic you will find the answer there however I would say...Hi, I am from Scotland :P or Fit like? Im from Scotland
In Irish Gaelic: haigh, pronounced 'hi'. In Scottish Gaelic: ??
Hola ¿Cómo te va?
Salut, comment vas-tu?
salut, comment Ã§a va?
you say how are you and do you want to go out for dinner you say how are you and do you want to go out for dinner
Salut! ça va?
Scottish English or Scottish Gaelic?
Good how are you
Scottish is not a language
I am scottish. Am a Scot
Just say hi or hey whats up how u doing that stuff
ciao amico (amica if its a girl), come stai?
i dont no what im doing, plus my ma say hi
'Hoi Mark, hoe gaat het ermee?'