How do you spell good luck in Norwegian?
Good luck in Norwegian is "Lykke til"
Good luck in Norwegian is lykke til. An example sentence is "lykke til med eksamen". Which means "good luck with the exam".
That is the correct spelling of the phrase "good luck" (good fortune).
Veel geluk (good luck) jager (hunter)
"buena suerte" Lots of Luck - 'Mucha suerte' Good Luck - 'Buena Suerte'
The Norwegian word for 'seventeen' is 'sytten'.
Pride means stolthet in Norwegian.
Ae is the way to spell the norwegian letter Æ without having a norwegian keyboard.
chúc may mắn
Gabe Duncan in Good Luck Charlie is played by Bradley Steven Perry.
Zol zayn mit mazel
It is spelled the same way.
Velkommen til Norge.
Synnøve (or did you mean Sunniva?).
"Far" is father. "Pappa" is daddy.
The correct spelling is "fortune" (a large amount of money, or good luck).
It is spelled the same way: Sydney :)
If you mean what do those letters spell, NOVEL they spell NOVEL good luck.
The Norwegian translation of the English words, "Something tastes good" is "Noe smaker godt. Norwegian is a North Germanic language that is majorly spoken in Norway.
There are many places where one could go if they wanted to find good deals on Norwegian cruises. The best places to find good deals on Norwegian cruises would be places like Expedia.
The spelling "pauser" is one who pauses. (also a Norwegian word for breaks).
There is an old superstition that a toad at your doorstep will bring bad luck. If there is a frog and it enters the house, that means good luck. In Sicily, where toads are fairies kept under an evil spell, if you keep a toad in the house it brings good luck.
The correct spelling is two words, mazel tov (Hebrew mazal tov, wishing "good luck").
god venn = good friend
The English spelling of the congratulatory phrase is mazel tov. (variant mazal tov) It literally means "good luck" but suggests you have already had good fortune.
Norwegian and Samic, but every Norwegian talks pretty good English as well.
AISLE. Good luck. Shopping AISLE aisle :-) (the wonderful language of english...)
what are they saying good luck about? "Good luck on the show!" ? "Good luck, you're going to need it." Or the good luck about, "I'm totally going to get you one of these days.." "Yeah? Well good luck."
The correct way to spell this word is "luckily," which is an adverb that means "with luck" or "by good fortune." For example: "I thought our test wasn't until tomorrow! Luckily, I started studying in advance for it."