How do you say thank you in Dane?
Dane is not a language. A dane is a person from Denmark.
In Denmark, people speak Danish, and in Danish tak means thanks.
You wouldn't say tak dig (thank you) - that's just not right in Denmark. If you want to say many thanks, you can say mange tak.
If people say tak to you, you can say selv tak (self thanks - a way of saying you're welcome).
i would say great dane
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heightwise: Great Dane hands down. Weightwise: I'd Say the Pyranese is equal or heavier than the dane.
The answer is "Daten".
To say "Thank you" it is: "Misotra". To say "Thank you very much" it is: "Misotra betsaka"
for please they say please, and for thank you they say thank you...
Malo is how you say thank you in tongan. To say thank you very much is "malo aupito".
How do I say thank ylu
To say thank you in Canada, either say Thank You, like in english, or Merci, like in french.
it depends upon the circumstances. We say thank you because we are grateful for the person we have addressed our thank you. Thank you for your question!
You say "shukran" which means "thank you".
If you want to say thank you, say dakujem.
"grazie" is how you say thank you
How to say THANK YOU in Tagalog: Salamat
You just say, "Hello" and "thank you".
In the Philippines, they say "Salamat". Salamat - Thank You Maraming Salamat- Thank You Very Much
No thank you.
To say thank you in Spanish, you would say gracias. tu dice gracias usted.. you say thank you...gracias is just thanks...gracias usted is thank you
If you don't say "Please" or "Thank you" it sounds rough.
Pinamaya (Thank You) Pinamaya (Thank You)
thank thy or thank ye
There are three ways to say Thank you or Thanks Teşekkür ederim-Thank you Teşekkürler-Thanks Sağol-Thanks
thank you in Egyptian
hihellogoodbyeplease and thank you
i am fine thank you.
thank you = Merci
They open their mouths, and use their vocal chords to say "Thank You". :)
Becasue they are not confident to themself to say "Thank you"
When a girl says thank you to you then you say 'you're welcome.'
Johnny looked like an angel in his suit and tie as he visited the queen of boola boola and he'd hoped that he'd remember all the do's and dont's of the manners that he'd learned in schoola He greeted the Queen with a small polite bow and he said "It's very nice to meet you." and the Queen responded "Johnny! The pleasures all mine! and a host of strange foods I will feed you!" Johnny… Read More
There are many reasons people do not say thank you. It could be that they simply were not taught manners. They may actually not be appreciative, so they don't feel a need to say thank you. Maybe they forgot to say thank you. If someone never says thank you, it is probably because they are not appreciative or they just were not taught manners.
Thank you is "shukran" No thank you is "laa shukran" shukran
Thank you for your correction is the correct way to use your proper English. You are welcome for my correction.
You would say "merci" for thank you. You would say "durian" for you're welcome.
You could say "Thank you for the warm wishes" or say "Thank you" followed by a sentence about what they are congratulating you for.
I'm learning Korean myself, but to say thank you, just say Kamsahamnida.
We normally say "Thank You" but to be more traditional and polite you should say "Dhanyawad!!"
That all depends on which aboriginal language you want to say thank you in.
there are many ways to say thank you in arabic. the most common is "shukran".
you should thank them for their time
"Thank you" in Czech is "Děkuji."
"No thank you" is "Nej tack".
Terimah Kasih = Thank You
Simply by saying thank you.
meegwetch - thank you :3
Thank you in Kazakh is RAKHMET.
"Thank you" is "gracias" in Spanish.
errrrrrrr. thank you?!