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The English "hello" is German "hallo".

Guten Tag (GOOT-en targ) = Good day/Hello, a formal daytime greeting.

Tag! or Hallo (informal and shortened)

Guten Abend (GOOT-en AH-bend) = Good evening.

'n'Abend (informal and shortened)

The word for hello in German is simply hallo or, more formally: Guten Tag or Tag.

Grüß dich = Greet you.

Grüß Gott = Greet God.

Hello = Hallo

Good day = Guten Tag

Good Morning = Guten Morgen




Grüß Dich!ch


good day-gutentag (gu-ten-tag)

good night-gutennach (gu-ten-nakt)
Hello = Hallo.

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Hallo is the translation in German. German is the first language of about 95 million people worldwide. German is mostly spoken in the European countries.

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