Thank you in potuguese is = Obrigado, grato, Agradeço-lhe.
The official language of Brazil is Portuguese. 'No, thank you' in Portuguese is Não, Obrigado. Obrigado is used to express gratitude, basically it means thank you. 'Não' means 'No.'
Obrigado means "thank-you" in Portuguese.
to say language in portuguese, you would say 'lingua'
If you are a woman, you must say "obrigada" If you are a man, you must say "obrigado" . However, it's common for many woman to say obrigado,but this applies only in informal talking.
Obrigado is the portuguese word for "thank you". There's no brazilian, there's only portuguese
That all depends on which aboriginal language you want to say thank you in.
Obrigado, grato, agradecido. (All of them means "thank you")
lhe agradeça bonito: Which means-thank him/her beautiful
You say Thank You in Kisii language of the African origin as Mbuya mono.
you should say "translation into" another language.
Obrigado pela benção.
obrigado meu amor
Pinamaya (Thank You) Pinamaya (Thank You)
amesege'nallo'= thank you
Good morning, on the Brazilian portuguese language is " Bom dia ".
if you are a boy you say 'obrigado' if you are a girl you would say 'obrigada'
Obrigado! (if you are a man) Obrigada! (if you are a woman)
Muito obrigado, sir dictionary.com
Aymara for thank you is yuspagara.
To say "help me" in Portuguese you would say "me ajude". This is said in many different languages.
Brazil's language is Portuguese. The word ugly in Portuguese is "feio".
You say "I am fine, thank you" in Yoruba language of the Western African origin as "Mowa dada, Ese".
"Salamat" is "thank you" in Tagalog - the language of the Philippines.
You say "Thank you very much" in Yoruba language of the Western African origin as "Ese gan".
Thank you in Guinea-Bissau: Portuguese =Obrigado Guinea-Bissau Creole = Obrigadu
English is the language the Australian people speak.Unless you are talking about the language of aboriginal, the answer to your question is " thank you".
I'm learning Korean myself, but to say thank you, just say Kamsahamnida.
The Romanian language equivalent of thank you is mulÅ£umesc.
Thank you (fa'afetai); farewell (tofa).
Brazilian is not a language. Portuguese. And you say "Bem-Vindo(a)"
It is megwich
Obrigada, por ser a minha amiga
Obrigado para o aniversário desejo
"Porta-te bem" - informal portugal's portuguese "Porte-se bem" Formal portugal's portuguese / Brazilian portuguese
Feliz Natal Feliz Natal P.S. - The language of Brazil is Portuguese.
The correct is to say "stay well", which means in Portuguese language: Permaneça bem, conserve-se bem, mantenha-se bem. (they are equivalent phrases)
The same as in Portuguese language, "Sargento"
Same as Urdu, In Urdu we say Shukriya and in Kashmir's language we have the same word Shukriya for "Thank you". You can trust me on this because I'm a "Kashmiri"!
No language "inspired" Portuguese, but Latin was the language that Portuguese evolved from.
Hello - Kwe Kwe Thank you - megwich
Muslims don't have a specific way to say thank you. It just depends on what language they speak.
In Brazil, we say: "Por favor". The language of Brazil is portuguese.
The main language in Cape Verde is Portuguese. In Portuguese, "You are cute!" is "Est
Portuguese is the national language of Brazil so I'd say most of them
Available only on the portuguese language version.
SALAMAT (or) ALHAMDULiLLAH
In Mohawk you might say: niá:wen.................thank you niawen'kó:wa........thank you very much niá:wenh ki' wáhi..thanks a lot