How do you say welcome in venda?
I miss you in venda
pulkiay= i miss you in Venda
There are 11 official languages spoken in South Africa (and quite a few unofficial languages). Here are some Examples of how to say hello: Afrikaans- Hallo English: Hello Spedi: Dumelang Zulu: Sawubona Venda: ? Xhosa:?? ETC. (Sorry I couldn't get all of them!) Welcome is ; Afrikaans - Welkom venda- vho tanganedzw sotho- ho amogetswe zulu- si ani amukela
Ndi a livhuha
venda para cabeza
adikam [much] venda
Afrikaans = Welkom English = Welcome Ndebele = Siyalemukela (singular), Ngiyak'wamukela (plural) Northern Sotho = Sotho = Swazi = Wamukelekile (singular), Nemukelekile (plural) Tswana = O amogetswe (singular), Le amogetswe (plural) Tsonga = Venda = Xhosa = Wamkelekile (singular), Namkelekile (plural) Zulu = Ngiyakwemukela (singular), Ngiyanemukela (plural)
During a Venda wedding ceremony those in the wedding wear traditional Venda clothing. Venda dances are also performed during the ceremony.
Venda, English, and Afrikaans.
Venda Inc was created in 1998.
University of Venda was created in 1982.
The motto of University of Venda is 'Knowledge is Precious'.
Venda D'Abato was born on 1979-01-30.
We say nal varavu for welcome in Tamilnadu. Informally, we say vaanga to welcome in Tamilnadu.
''salna keeki nada nomora'' -pronuncetion jrj una malna kanasarue
SAY: "Yokoso" (Welcome!/Welcome to here!)
No, You should say "You're Welcome" or "You are welcome" if you are reponding to someone saying thank you.
You just say you are welcome.
how do you say welcome om Xhosa
how do you say welcome in yoruba
you say Akwaaba( which means welcome). Ghanaians normally say welcome in general. so when you want to welcome someone home, just say "Akwaaba" pronounce (A-kwa-a-ba).
John Blacking has written: 'How Musical Is Man? (Jessie and John Danz Lectures)' 'Venda Music' 'Venda children's songs' -- subject(s): Music, History and criticism, Ethnomusicology, Venda (African people), Children's songs, Venda, Children's songs 'Musical expeditions of the Venda' 'Initiation and the balance of power' 'Songs, dances, mimes and symbolism of Venda girls' intitiation schools' 'Process and product in human society' -- subject(s): Anthropology, Culture, Social evolution
you say welcome aboard I don't know why but that seems to be the case
Welcome, you say BUN VENIT [boon veni'te] You're welcome, you say CU PLACERE [qoo plahcereh]
You punctuate it properly and say you're welcome.
IN CHEROKEE the way to say "You're Welcome" is HaWa Hope this helped you :)
Vaazhga, is how you say welcome in Tamil!! Vaazhga means long live, but you can say "nalvaravu" which precisely means welcome in Tamil
Welcome = Welkom
to say you're welcome you would say 'de nada'
To say "Welcome" in Bali... you say it in Bahasa Indonesia - "Selamat Datang"
you are welcome
Bienvenue means welcome, so for welcome to, you just have to say, "Bienvenue a" --- e.g welcome to our family: Bienvenue à notre famille
How to say welcome is Yin - Dee - Ton - Rub
Australians simply say "Welcome to Australia".
You say "you are welcome" in Ukrainian like this "Na zdorovya"
bhale padharya Namasta is how you say welcome in Gujrati.
Willkommen- welcome Bitte- you're welcome and you can say hello by saying hallo. wierd huh?
welcome in dzonkha
In Danish, welcome is :
maeva - welcome
welcome = "vítejte"
English is the Official language of Zimbabwe. If you are referring to one of the native languages, you would need to specify which one. Here is a list of languages spoken in Zimbabwe: Dombe English Fanagalo Kalanga Kunda Lozi Manyika Nambya Ndau Ndebele Nsenga Nyanja Shona Tonga Tsoa Tsonga Tswa Tswana Venda Zimbabwe Sign Language
You say welcome in madagascar,:tonga soa
welcome english is the official language
muchi tendaio = you're welcome