How do you translate the phrase 'hi how are you' into Finnish?
Hei, kuinka voit?
In general you don't translate names in Finnish.
This phrase doesn't translate. Here are the separate translations: Day: Día Hi: Hola
moi (in French) = me (in English) ...or hi in Finnish, too moi, moale (in Romanian) = soft (in English)
The English translation of the Finnish word "bussiakatauklut" is "Bus Schedules." You can translate more words from Finnish to English at the Google Translate website.
Jungle in Finnish is viidakko.
"Pohjoinen" is North in Finnish.
A murderer is murhaaja in Finnish.
One can translate Finnish into English by downloading a translation service tool, such as Babylon. With this software, one can enter text and it will automatically translate between languages.
Finnish doesn't translate names. Just say them normally.
You don't translate names in Finnish. You say it like normally.
You don't translate names in Finnish, you say the names normally.
'Hi, how are you doing?' is 'Hei, mitä kuuluu?' in Finnish.
Normally. You don't translate names in Finnish.
You don't say anything in Finland, but you can say stuff in Finnish. Anyways, "hi" in Finnish is "hei".
You say it like you normally do, you don't translate names in Finnish.
Finland. You can go on google translate and tranlate that and other words. Good luck
Kulta is the Finnish word for gold.
'The evening news' is Finnish is 'iltauutiset'.
'Our thoughts are with you' in Finnish is 'olet ajatuksissamme'. (But this is a really hard one to translate, because it is not very common saying)
It's a single syllable, and you say it normally like it's written. You don't translate names in Finnish.
'Many thanks' in Finnish is 'Paljon kiitoksia'.
'Seven days' in Finnish is 'seitsemän päivää'.
'Better people' litteraly in Finnish is 'Paremmat ihmiset'.
You could look on Google Translate and go English To Finnish Anyway it's pää Let me know if it's right :)
This phrase is "hyvää iltaa".
'Something else' in Finnish is 'jotain muuta', or 'jotakin muuta'.
Are you busy? is oletko kiireinen? in Finnish. You could also ask "Do you have some time?", which is Onko sinulla hetki aikaa? in Finnish.
monthly = kuukausittain every month = joka kuukausi
'Crazy reindeer' in Finnish is 'hulluporo' or 'hullu poro', depending on the meaning.
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Yes, but we need the actual phrase to translate it.
Fantastic......I don't speak Finnish but I looked at google translate: fantastinen
translate hi in indian word
"[I] love you"
Yes. Give me the phrase.
"Hey man" doesn't translate to Spanish. You can translate the words, but the meaning of the phrase doesn't translate. A close phrase could me "Listen Man" - Oye hombre How are you = ¿Cómo estas?
(a) Grazy reindeer.
I belive that the phrase was supposed to be spelled "Jotain muuta", which means "Something else".
Hyvää päivää means good day.
It means the Gold of Lapland :)
It means "(a) handsome man".
Kiitos ja näkemiin
'Hello, how are you? My name is...' in Finnish is 'Hei / moi, mitä kuuluu / miten voit? Minun nimeni on / minä olen...'.
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"Hi" is "Oi".
"Tchow TOOT-to" is a way to pronounce the Italian phrase Ciao, tutto! The words serve as a conversational, colloquial, friendly, informal greeting and a masculine singular adjective/noun/pronoun. They translate into English as "Hello (Hi), all (everybody, everyone, everything)!"