The most popular greeting used in Australia is G'day Mate! which means good day friend. How ya goin' is another one plus all the usual ones like just plain hello and hi - which are much more commonly used! If you're not Australian it's best not to use the peculiarly Australian ones as it doesn't sound quite right!
sup man or hey man is popular with cool people like me
G'day is a good one. It is used more in the country, than the city areas.
Some may say "see yar ron" = "see you later on"
"bit of a digbat" ="silly"
"sheila" = "female"
"she be apples" = "everything going to be OK"
"shirty" = "upset"
"shout" = "your turn to buy" i.e. Beer
"slog or yakka" = "hard work"
"back of bourke" = "a way long from where ever you are"
"barrack" = "supporting one's team"
"footy" = "australian rules football" not the same as soccer or us football.
the list goes on.
Greetings in Australia consist of doing the Australia secret handshake, note that you will need a kangaroo.
G'day mate ! means good day
From my experience both are used, but I have not seen any of them used outside of Asia.
there were over 100 different languages in Australia and they were all different
we dont have our own language! we use hello, hey, how are u and things of that matter
Happy Christmas, Merry Christmas, Seasons greetings, Compliments of the season.
Well, there was one used and it is known for being one used, it is : Stand and deliver! there is another one : Your money or your life! So yes, very nice greetings (!)
greatings in Guatemala are hand shakes
In English, "Happy Hanukkah" is commonly used.
Gibson Greetings has been purchased by American Greetings in Cleveland.
It is technically a possessive, Season's Greetings(greetings of the Christmas season), but on posters, banners, and cards the apostrophe is often omitted.
Boas festas! (seasons greetings) Felicitações! (greetings)
greetings = aloha
Greetings = 問候
Well in the 1800's there were many different ways depending if you were a male or female. Some male greetings are: Bookabon(used as a greeting to other males) Marbole Some female greetings are.
Well, greetings can start of like, Dear Grandma, and so on. So greetings are the ones you start of with.
Formal greetings= "strasfutie"
greetings for the day
Yes, the website, 123 Greetings is completely free to use. There are hundreds of greetings to choose from.
Yes.Greetings of the season => Season's Greetings. Possessive usage.
Yes, because they are the greetings of the season.