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Languages and Cultures
The Difference Between
How is welcome written in other languages?
Asked in English to Italian, Translations
How do you say you are welcome in other languages?
Asked in Translations
What is 'Welcome' when translated from English to 20 other languages?
Asked in Aruba
What is 'Welcome' in Aruban?
Bon bini is an Aruban equivalent of 'Welcome'. The word is in the Papiamento language. The island's official languages are Dutch and Papiamento. Papiamento is a creole language that's derived from Portuguese. But it also brings in vocabulary from African languages, Arawak native languages, and English.
Asked in Islam
How do you say welcome in muslim?
It all depends on the country the Muislims live in or the language they speak. If they live in America or speak English, the Muslims Say "welcome". If they live in the Middle East and the language is Arabic, the Muslims say "Ahlan wasahlan" The Muslims live all over the world and speak all languages. What ever the word welcome means in other languages, this is how the Muslims say welcome.
Asked in Languages and Cultures
What is the difference between written and spoken language?
A written language is written, spoken is spoken. Ogham is written while Gaelic is spoken. We speak English and write Latin. Look up ancient scripts on internet. There is awesome material on written language. Some spoken languages arent written (like tribal languages) ____ Generally, written language is more formal than speech. Most languages are both written and spoken however there are some languages that are one or the other. For example, Braille is a type of written language which isn't spoken. On the other hand there are some tribal languages which have no alphabet or written form so they are called spoken languages.