How do you say hello and thankyou in polish?
witaj and thankyou
hello beautiful in polish
Hello, You say "czesc" (non formal) or dzien dobry (no matter what time)
megwetch or miigwetch means thank you
Hello, my name is... - Witam, mam na imię... (Witam, jestem...)
Answer: Witaj, jak się masz?
witam mam na imię Łukasz
"Cześć" [cheshtch] or "Hej" [hay]. Both these may also be used for "Bye". You say "Halo" [hahLAW] when you start speaking on the phone.
The Polish equivalent of 'hello' is 'Dzien dobry.' It is pronounced 'dzhehn dobri' if that helps.
Cześć (Informal, for friends or family or something) it means hi, hello, or bye. Witam or Witaj might be considered informal, but means the same.
it is dia duit, slan, ta,cuir riobh mhaith agat , conas a ta tu,ashly
we say "Cześć/Witaj przyjacielu" If your friend is young, then young adults use slang. so you can just say hey(hej).
hello: CHESHCH GOODBYE: DOHVIZENIA ; )
Hello Adele = Halo Adele
Cze's'c or Witaj or simply hey If spoken via telephone: "Halo" If said in the sence of "hi!" - "cześć"
the spanish way of saying thankyou is gracias the spanish way of saying thankyou is gracias
Thankyou translates as 'teşekkür ederim '
To say thankyou in Chinese is si si . In Chinese the i sounds like long e.
terima kasih or if you want to say thankyou again it's terima kasih lagi
Acknowledge what the gift is, say thankyou for the --------------. and say something about it that you like or how it will be helpful, anything positive, then say thankyou again.
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"How are you?" in Polish is "Jak siÄ™ masz?".
Czesc - Hello (Pronounced: "Chest") Witaj - Hello (Ponounced: "Vita")
Kia Ora means hello in Maori. It also means thankyou. Tena Koe (when speaking to one person). Tena Korua (when speaking to two people). Tena Koutou (when speaking to three or more people) 'Kia ora' is commonly used as a more casual greeting.
Here are a few pointers to get you going Bonjour - Pronounced Bonjor - Means Hello Je mappelle - J mapple I hope this helps for morehelp go to Google translater Please & thankyou
It is called "regu". Like the Maoris in New Zealand - their noses touch each other/ sniff. This is too say hello, same in Fiji a "Regu" or sniffing of your cheeks is like a kiss to say thankyou, welcome, or so long.
To say please, you actually say thanks. They are opposite to the english language. so, Please means thankyou and thankyou means please. i hope this helps
The correct, formal way is "Witaj." (Pronounced Vee-tee.) The informal way is "Czech." (Pronounced Cheh-sh-ch.)
The Answer Is ' Witaj. ' I Hope You Use This Answer Wisely. actually "Witaj" means "Welcome" hi -> "cześć" (read tcheshtch) hello - that's tough, there is no perfect equivalent There is "siema" which is used among friends and is actually pretty often used.
Merci means thankyou Merci Beaucoup means thankyou very much
"Hej, co porabiasz?"
Polish in Polish is "Polski".
To say 'hello' is a form of greeting.
the pronunciation is shoecahn
be polite, say thankyou
how to say hello in Na'vi is you will say Kaltxi - which is a brief "hello"
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Hello: "Cześć" [cheshtch] or "Hej" [hay]. Both these may also be used for "Bye". You say "Halo" [hahLAW] when you start speaking on the phone. Goodbye: "Cześć", "do widzenia" [daw vee-DZEN-yah] (the latter is more formal)
halito is how you say hello and how to say hello how are you is Halito, Chim Achukma?
This is how you say hello in Turkish: Merhaba = Hello
to say "hello" you say "talofa" and to say goodbye you say "Fa".
hello: Cześć, Witaj, Hej - to a friend Dzień dobry(in the morning), Dobry wieczór(in the evening) - to people from work, children to adults goodbye: Cześć, Na razie, Do zobaczenia, Pa - friend Do widzenia, Dobranoc (goodnight) - work, adults
How are you?: Jak sie masz Goodbye: Do widzenia Hello: Czesc You scare me: Przerazasz mnie there isn't really an ideal translation for you're my buddy. Jestes moim kumplem (to a boy) Remember that the letters are not pronounced the same as in English