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please say "hi" in your language
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oi - portuguese (BR)
salve - portuguese (BR)
"bom dia, eu amo pão com ovo"
Ascended Brazilian (BR)
salut - romanian (RO)
This word is something like "cheers" here in Brazil
Bună - also Romanian (RO)
Merhaba - Turkish (TR)
Вiтаю - Ukranian (UA)
привет - Russian (RU)
Helló / Szia (HUN)
olá - portuguese (PT)
Hallo - German (DE)
Ahoj! or čau (Czech)
"Ahoj!" sounds like "Ahoy!"
Well.. It is where it came from :D
Bonjour - French (CA)
"Bonjour" isnt "Good morning"?
Its used as "hi" when someone meets at night? hmnn
It literally translates as Good day, usually we use it anytime we greet someone semi-formally. It's our Hello, I guess.
Otherwise we use "Salut!" as a more informal hi.
Hej! (Polish, variant)
Same as Romanian? Awesome
Bonjour (FR) is the same than "Hello"/"Good morning"
Salut is more like "Hi"
안녕하세요 - Korean (KR)
Servus! (German, Southern)
I was about to write this :)
Mahlzeit is still free. ;)
Moin und Ahoi too :-P
I don't understand what that is supposed to mean. 🙃😜
Pffff .... wenn ich das als Badener weiß dann du wohl auch :-P
Denn mir könne alles außer Hochdeutsch :-D
Howdy - Texas (TX)
こんにちは - Japan (JP)
"Konnichiwa" is used as "hi" too?
I mean... its "Good morning", right? So, when its used when someone meets at night, has "Hi" as meaning?
Konnichiwa is "good day", which can be use as a generic greeting.
good morning is ohayou (おはよう)
"ohayou" is used for morning greetings, and "konnbannwa" is used for evening greetings.
"Konnichiwa" is always available
Sounds like "Ciao" - Italian! Dats awesome as hell
Yea, it does. I guess more formally we can say Xin Chao.
Chào bạn =)
Chao ban, ban khoe khong?
Привет - Russian (RU)