depends where you are in Switzerland... in some parts they speak English, some Italian, but mostly German... therefore... Goutentaag!!Gruetzi!Answer #2Well, in fact English is no official Swiss language... but of course you could say hello or hi (they know what you mean by that). Otherwise... depends in which part of the country you are... German: hallo (swissgerman: halo, sali, tschau)french: salut (giving swissgerman sali)Italian: ciao (giving swissgerman tschau)rumantsch: allegra
grün (german) grüen (swissgerman) verd (french) verde (italian) All those languages (including Rumantsch) are approved as official languages in Switzerland.
to say hello is :teja (most common)souzinà (polite)Answer #2Whatever this is... it's not Swiss... in Switzerland they speak either (Swiss)German, french, Italian or rumantsch... German: hallo - or Swiss(German): halo, sali, tschaufrench: salut (giving the swissgerman sali)Italian: ciao, salve (giving the swissgerman tschau)rumantsch: allegra
Switzerland in french is "La Suisse", so "to switzerland" would be "en Suisse".
No. There is a country called Switzerland. Swiss is the adjectival form of Switzerland. You would say a person is Swiss because they are from Switzerland. Likewise, you would say you ate Swiss chocolate if it was from Switzerland.
There is no such language as "Austrian". In Austria they speak German, as they do in most of Switzerland.Switzerland in German is "Schweiz".
You have to say from where to Switzerland.Otherwise this question is unanswerable.
You just said it.
Most of Switzerland speaks German. In German, cheers is Beifall
En Suisse il fait froid pendant l'hiver That is how you say, in switzerland it is cold in the winter
Switzerland speaks German, French, Italian and Romansh. Germans might say 'Hallo". French might say Bonjour. Italians might say Ciao.
chinga tu madre
Switzerland - Schweiz (sh'v'eye'ts)
J'adore La Suisse.
Välkommen till Schweiz.
Willkommen in der Schweiz