How do you say good in Austrian?
You can't, there is no such language as "Austrian".
Auf Wiedersehen should work.
Hey, or hello in Austrian or Bavarian German is "Servus" (pronounced servoos). It also means "Good Bye".
As Australia uses the English language (with an Austrian twang) I would simply say, "Good night."
A female Austrian is "Österreicherin". A male Austrian is "Österreicher" As an adjective it is österreichisch"
-Austrian isn't a language. In Austria they speak the Austrian version of German. wunderbar
There is no Austrian language. In Deutsch, you would say, "Ich heiÃŸe Brittany."
Servus - hey
autrichien - autrichienne
please come in
There is no such language as "Austrian". In Austria they speak German, as they do in most of Switzerland. Switzerland in German is "Schweiz".
There is no such language as Austrian. German is the main language spoken in Austria. Mistel is the German for Mistletoe.
In Austrian there are many different languages but mostly speak German so Help= hilfe in German.
Fräulein, Mädl, Mädchen
The way to give a cheer in Austrian German is to say either: Prost, Zum Wohl, or Prosit.
"Hi" is quite international, but you may also say "hallo"
You mean the pronounciation? It's 'Teena'
First: There is no language which is called Austrian. In Austria the people speak German. The difference between the German German and the Austrian German is as big as the difference between American and British English. Second: Vienna in Austrian is "Wien". Pronounced like "Veen".
you can say i love you in Austrian by saying "I hab di gean"
I dont know quit asking!
"Servus" and "Hallo" are the two most common informal greetings. Please note :- The official language of Austria is German, but Austrian pronunciation of High German can differ quite a bit from German pronunciation of High German--to say nothing of the differences in Austrian-German dialects.
To say good day, you say 'Guten Tag' likewise, to say good morning it is 'Guten Morgen', good afternoon, 'Guten Tag' (stays the same), good evening, 'Guten Abend'. Germans are very formal when you first meet someone so it is important to always address them with a formal saying such as 'guten tag' rather than slang, such as 'Servus' (an Austrian slang 'hi')
In Austria they speak German. The word for please is bitte.
I am Welsh = Ich bin Waliser
At the time, there was very little distinction between Austrian and German nationality - that is a post-War concept. If you place it on the basis of what country they came from, though, many were, but it was proportional to the populations. After the Anschluß, one cannot say that someone was Austrian, as they were officially a part of Germany.
Auf Wiedersehen which means until we see each other again.
Ich werde Sie Sonntag sehen.
He was born in Salzburg, so he was Austrian. Mozart played an Instrument... He was a good player!
Ihr Name ist... (or informal: deine name ist...)
The language spoken in Austria is German. "Yes" in German is "ja" (pronounced "ya").
The language spoken in Austria is German. Thus, saying "auf wiedersehen" (formal) or "tschüss" (colloquial) would be enough. In the Austrian dialect, one would say "Servus!" (pronounced Seh-ah-vahs) (stress is on the first syllabe) or "bah-baah" which is specifically viennese.
It depends firstly on who you are talking with, since German has both an informal and formal you form. To be on the safe side, use the formal Hallo. Sprechen Sie Englisch? Or you can start with Guten Tag (Good Day)
Archduke ... good luck with the crossword
Fraser novell is definitely Austrian.
The proper noun for the proper adjective Austrian is either Austria, the country, or Austrian, a person from Austria.
Austrian of the Austrian-Hungry Empire
Austrian Airlines was created in 1957.
Austrian. His nationality was Austrian, He was caucasion by race
Austrian Arrows or Austrian Airlines
Robert Austrian died in 2007.
Robert Austrian was born in 1916.
Austrian Empire was created in 1804.
Viennese schnitzel, Austrian Strudel, Salzburg Nockerl, Sachertort, and Mozartkugel are Austrian foods.
In Austria they speak German, so 'thank you' is 'Danke' (pronounced DANK - uh). To say 'thank you very much' you need to say 'Danke Schon' (there are two dots side by side over the 'o' called an 'umlaut'). This is pronounced 'DANK - uh - Shern'. Austrian is not a language. The official language of Austria is German. The German for "Thank you" is "Danke"... "Thank you very much" is "vielen Dank"
das beste is the translation in German. It is translated from English to German. German is mostly spoken in the European countries.
Which frase we use in Austria to say good bye depends on the relationship between the ones saying good bye: We say "Auf Wiedersehen" or "Auf Wiederschauen" when we address someone formerly, people we don't know very good, people of great respect which we don't address with the familiar "du" form. we also use it when leaving a restaurant. Between friends, family and people we do address with "du" we use the word "Tschüss". Very… Read More
Austrian is the proper adjective for Austria. It is Austrian.
The croissant was invented by an Austrian artillery officer named August Zang in the year of 1839(some people say 1838).
Elisabeth Freundlich has written: 'Die fahrenden Jahre' -- subject(s): Austrian Authors, Authors, Austrian, Biography 'The traveling years' -- subject(s): Austrian Authors, Authors, Austrian, Biography
Austrian Football League was created in 1984.