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BlueChild
February 20, 2007, 01:07 PM
Now, since Gin and me got into this on MSN, we got curious what "thank you" and "you're welcome" means in other languages. And since this is a very multi-lingual forum, i'm quite sure we can create a nice long list here!

Share your knowledge with out, everyone! :D

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Since pjboom suggested adding "I love you", I thought it would be interesting and who knows, it could help blossom your love life. ;)

When posting the phrases in your language, make sure you check that it's not in the list! We wouldn't want anything doubling up! :p If you can, please fill in the blanks! It would be appreciated! ~Iceiphoenix


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How to say "Thank You", "You're Welcome" and "I Love You" in your language?

LanguageThank-youYou're WelcomeI love you
AfrikaansDankieDis 'n plesier (No problem) -- Jy's Welkom (You're welcome)Ek is lief vir u! (formal) -- Ek het jou lief! (informall)AlbanianFaleminderitJu lutemTe dua ArabicChoukranLa choukra ala wajib(Ana) OhibbokBulgarianBlagodaryaMolya -- Pak zapovyaday----Cantonese Chinese M̀h'gōi (When someone helps you) -- Dōjeh (When someone gives you a gift) M̀h'sái haak-hei Ngóh oi néihCatalanGraciesDe resT'estimoCebuanoDaghang Salamat--------Czechděkujinení zač -- za málo Miluji těDanishTakDet var så lidt----DutchDankjewel -- Dank u (formal) -- DankjeGraag gedaanIk hou van jouwFilipinoSalamat -- Maraming salamat/Maraming Salamat po (Thank you very much)Walang anumanMahal KitaFinnishKiitos!Ole hyväMinä rakastan sinuaFrenchMerciDe rien -- je t'en prie -- je vous en prieje t'aime -- je vous aimeGermanDanke -- Vielen Dank ( Formal) -- DankeschönBitte -- Gern geschehenIch liebe dichGreekEucharisto -- Ευχαριστώ (Efharisto)Παρακαλώ (Parakalo)----HawaiianMahaloHe mea iki----

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LanguageThank-youYou're WelcomeI love you
HiligaynonSalamat gid----Palangga gid ta ka yaHungarianKöszönöm (Pronounced kur-sur-nurm)Szivesen (Pronounced see-vesh-en) --TessékSzeretlek (Pronounced seh-ret-lek)IrishGo raibh maith agat(Tá) fáilte romhat----ItalianGraziePregoTi amoJapaneseArigatouDou itashimashiteAi shi teruKoreanKamsahapnida (Formal 감사합니다) -- Gomapseupnida (고맙습니다) -- Gomawuhyo (고마워요) -- Gomawuh (Informal 고마워) -- Sangyou (Slang, derived from English 생유 )----Saranghaeyo (Formal 사랑해요) -- Saranghae (Informal 사랑해)LithuanianAčiūNėra už ką----Malay & IndonesianTerima KasihSama-samaAku sayang engkau -- Aku mencintaimuMalteseGrazziTa'xejnInhobbokMandarin Chinese Xièxie (谢谢 ) (Pronounced she-eh she-eh) Bú kèqi (不客气) -- Bú xiè (不谢) Wǒ ài nǐ (我爱你) (Pronounced wo eye nee) NorwegianTakkDet var så lite/ værsågod -- Ingen årsakJeg elsker degPolishDziękujeProszę----PortugueseObrigadoDe nada -- Não há de quê – Seja bem vindoEu amo-te -- Eu te amoRomanianMultumescCu placereTe iubescRussianSpaseebaPazhalooysta----



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LanguageThank-youYou're WelcomeI love youSerbianHvalaNema na čemu----Shanghainese Chinese Zjazjanon VekachiNguh eh nonSlovakianĎakujemNie je za čo -- Nemáte/Nemáš za čoMilujem Ťa -- Ľúbim ŤaSpanishGraciasDe nadaTe amoSwedishTack -- TackarVarsågod (formal) -- Ingen fara/Det är lugnt (informal)Jag älskar digThaiKhop KhunDuay khwaam yin dee(Chan[f] / Phom[m]) rak khunTurkishTeşekkür Ederim (Thank You) --Teşekkürler (Thanks)Rica ederimSeni SeviyorumUrduShukria--------Uzbek"rahmat" or "tashakkur"marhamatmen seni sevamanVietnameseCam onKnong Co ChiAnh yeu em -- Em yeu anh


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Pimpolho
February 20, 2007, 01:30 PM
Well, I will add a portuguese version.

"Thank you"= Obrigado
"You're Welcome" = de nada.

bilheteira
February 20, 2007, 01:33 PM
Well, I will add a portuguese version.

"Thank you"= Obrigado
"You're Welcome" = de nada.


bahhhh too late :P = cheguei tarde...

Ayah
February 20, 2007, 01:35 PM
Filipino

Thank you = Salamat (Maraming salamat if you want to say "Thank you very much" or the more literal "Thanks a lot/Many thanks")
You're welcome = Walang anuman ("No problem" is closer in meaning than "you're welcome" though)

choucha0308
February 20, 2007, 01:38 PM
Here is the french version

"Thank you"= merci
"You're Welcome" = de rien.

kiddo7
February 20, 2007, 01:54 PM
^your sig made me laugh!
so anyway...
Hungarian:
Thank you--> koszonom (all the o's should have these colon kinda thingies on top of them, I just haven't figured out how to enable multi language support for my keyboard in windows yet)

Your welcome--> szivesen

Goji
February 20, 2007, 06:09 PM
In Dutch it's:

"Thank you" -> "Dankjewel" or "Dank u" (= more formal than "Dankjewel", though much used). ^^

And "You're welcome" -> "Graag gedaan"

If you want to know any other Dutch words, just ask! :D

CeZ ®
February 20, 2007, 06:10 PM
mmmm, nice threadie <3

in Greek, "Thank You = Eucharisto"
and "You're Welcome = Parakalo"

fireburst
February 20, 2007, 06:12 PM
Chinese (Mandarin):

Thank you: xie xie
You're welcome: bu keqi

bax
February 20, 2007, 06:14 PM
HHmm.. in Malay

Thank You = Terima Kasih
You're Welcome = Sama-sama

Ichimaru Gin n Tonic
February 20, 2007, 06:20 PM
Uh, i wanted to post in my language, but bax already posted in Malay. It's pretty much the same. :D

Paper
February 20, 2007, 06:34 PM
"salamat" and "walang anuman" are the more traditional ways of saying "thank you" and "you're welcome" in Filipino. though if you want to say "you're welcome" in a less traditinal way you can say:

"ayos lang" (literally translates as "it's ok/ alright")
"wala yun" (literally translates as "it's nothing" or "no problem")
or
"sige" (literally translates as "sure" or "ok" or "go ahead")

or if you really wanna be Filipino just nod (and raise your eyebrows) or give a thumbs up for saying "thank you" and "you're welcome"...

nippyer
February 20, 2007, 07:05 PM
POLISH

thankyou= dzienkuje
your welcome= procsze (also means please; i know, its wierd)

iThePirate
February 22, 2007, 04:38 PM
Swedish:

Thank you: Tack, Tackar

Your welcome: Varsågod

syphoon
February 23, 2007, 11:40 AM
In arabic

Thank you - Syukran
Your Welcome - Afwan

=P

juUnior
February 24, 2007, 11:54 AM
POLISH

thankyou= dzienkuje
your welcome= procsze (also means please; i know, its wierd)


Actually, polish "thank You" is "Dziękuje", and prounanciation would be somewhat "Dzienkuje".
For "You're Welcome" it is "Proszę", and prounaciation (or how it is spellt ;p) would be "Prosze", but sound with "sz" would be like saying "s" and adding sound "sua" from english ^^

Atrocious
February 26, 2007, 04:05 PM
Russian-

Thank you: Spaseeba
You're welcome: Pazhalooysta

rykarreolacr
February 26, 2007, 04:12 PM
Italian
Thank you - Grazie
You're Welcome - Prego

Spanish
Thank you - Gracias
You're Welcome - De nada

added Russian, Italian & Spanish.

venicia777
February 26, 2007, 04:18 PM
what a nice thread. Now we know how to say thank you to the translators in Arabic-- sweet.

Xophien
February 26, 2007, 04:32 PM
Japanese :
Thanks : arigatou
You're welcome : dou itashimashite

What, japanese is my language too... >.>


Added to the list! also modified the polish spelling ^^

yeste
March 16, 2007, 02:45 AM
Well in Serbian it would be:
Thank you="Hvala"
You're Welcome="Nema na čemu"

Kepa
March 16, 2007, 07:03 AM
In Dutch it's:

"Thank you" -> "Dankjewel" or "Dank u" (= more formal than "Dankjewel", though much used). ^^

And "You're welcome" -> "Graag gedaan"

If you want to know any other Dutch words, just ask! :D
welll "dank u" is only used often in belgium (seeing as belgians are more influenced by the french, where formal greetings are more important, like using s'il vous plait instead of s'il te plat). The dutch use dankje more often.

Pazuzu
March 18, 2007, 03:50 AM
Irish:
Thank you - Go raibh maith agat
You're welcome - (T&#225;) f&#225;ilte romhat


Added Serbian and Irish, and added "Dankje" to Dutch ^^

ILUVATAR
March 19, 2007, 06:21 AM
Greek
Thank you = Ευχαριστώ /> Efharisto
You're welcome = Παρακαλώ /> Parakalo
....... i have to do a whole topic for how to spell them xD we have a troublesome language i know. it's interesting though

ibra87
March 19, 2007, 10:05 AM
Danish:

Thank you: "Tak"

You're welcome: "Det var s

The Boff
March 19, 2007, 10:32 AM
id like to add something to the swedish "youre welcome".

Vars&#229;god is the very formal way of saying it, regular talk is more: Det &#228;r lugnt

Added ILU, ibra and Boff's

conan
March 19, 2007, 11:28 AM
umm, youve got a typo in the arabic version, its not syukran its shukran, I guess it doesnt make much difference but this one is easier to read.

Goji
March 20, 2007, 10:17 AM
welll "dank u" is only used often in belgium (seeing as belgians are more influenced by the french, where formal greetings are more important, like using s'il vous plait instead of s'il te plat). The dutch use dankje more often.

Well that 's true! Guess there will always be a difference between Dutch speaking Belgians and real Dutchmen... ^^ XDD

cherryenchanted
March 20, 2007, 01:38 PM
There is already a translation on my Filipino language of "Thank You" and "You're Welcome" on the first post, so I wouldn't repeat...the translation is right!

Lyra Belaqua
March 20, 2007, 03:00 PM
this list lacks Lithuanian XD

thank you = Ačiū
you're welcome = Nėra už ką


Added ^^

ruby_06
March 21, 2007, 03:59 PM
well in arabic
thank you very much : Shukran jazeelan but i prefere to write shokran than shukran
since it has been already written the new thing is "jazeelan" which means alot, aton, very much.

amar_kun
April 29, 2007, 07:03 PM
more in arabic

when people do something good to you, you also can say (another alternative for syukran jazeelan)

jazakallahukhairan kaseera (this is for man)
jazakillahukhairan kaseera (this is for women)
jazakumullahukhairan kaseera (this is for a group of people)

which means.. may Lord grant thee good.

Thanks, ruby_06 and amar_kun, but i think we'll stick to "shrukan" for the list, since it says "thank you" anyway. But still, thanks for the information ^^

sakura_hime04
May 02, 2007, 04:26 AM
Japanese
Thank you => Arigatougozaimas
ur welcome => do itashimashite

ax999
May 04, 2007, 07:33 AM
Mahalo! Thank you!

He mea iki! You're Weclome!

Hawaiian

Added and Mahalo for the info!. :D

woody_green
May 12, 2007, 11:53 AM
In Cebuano:

Many Thanks - Daghang Salamat

In Tagalog (for comparison):

Many Thanks - Maraming Salamat Po

Unlike Tagalog, we don't use po, a word used to show respect. We show respect through the tone of the voice.

Added. You forgot to mention how to say "You're Welcome" in Cebuano.:D

Maxell
May 25, 2007, 07:03 PM
In Finnish:

Thank you! = Kiitos!
You're welcome = Olet tervetullut!

Added

Aladar
May 29, 2007, 01:27 PM
Czech -

thank you - "děkuji"
you're welcome - "není zač" or "za málo"


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ax999
June 07, 2007, 04:22 AM
Thank you - thx
Your welcome - yw

The language of Instant Messaging :D

cengizhan
June 12, 2007, 01:00 PM
In Turkish:

Thank you : Teşekkürler
You're welcome : Rice ederim

Added

purplerose_04
June 13, 2007, 11:46 AM
since it not up
in Vietnamese
thank you = cam on
you welcome= knong co chi

there are symbol above it but i don't know how

hahah i hope i spell that correctly

Added and cam on for the info:D

cengizhan
June 14, 2007, 03:55 AM
In Turkish:

Thank you : Teşekkürler
You're welcome : Rice ederim

Added


Sorry i just wanted to correct my mistake. :(

Rice should be changed to Rica.

I am sorry i just saw today that i have accidently pressed e instead of a.

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Seiken
June 14, 2007, 03:07 PM
What, no norwegian yet? Oh well...

"Thank you" = Takk
"You're Welcome" = Det var så lite/ værsågod (No big difference)

Punky fish
November 12, 2007, 07:35 AM
Hey, do you mean that "You're Welcome" like what you say when someone says thank you to you? If its like that Finnish version should be "Ole hyvä" not Olet tervetullut.

changed, thanks Punky fish ^^

Dancing wind
March 13, 2008, 04:08 AM
We are still lacking the Bulgarian equivalents, huh? Anyway...

thank you: Blagodarya (Благодаря)
you're welcome: Molya (Моля) or Pak zapovyaday (Пак заповядай)

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kurowoof
March 20, 2008, 08:13 AM
In Filipino:

You're Welcome = "Walang Anuman"
Thank you = "Salamat"

ty kurowoof, but it's already on the list. :amuse

janu_onliners
March 20, 2008, 10:19 AM
In Indonesia

Thank you = Terima kasih
your welcome = sama-sama

Terima kasih. We already added Indonesian & Malay on the 1st page

tundra9
April 06, 2008, 07:43 AM
Now, since Gin and me got into this on MSN, we got curious what "thank you" and "you're welcome" means in other languages. And since this is a very multi-lingual forum, i'm quite sure we can create a nice long list here!

Share your knowledge with out, everyone! :D



"Thank You"

Arabic = "Shukran"
Bulgarian = "Blagodarya"
Cebuano = "Daghang Salamat"
Chinese = "Xie xie"
Czech = "děkuji"
Danish = "Tak"
Dutch = "Dankjewel" or "Dank u" (= more formal than "Dankjewel", though much used), "Dankje"
Filipino = "Salamat" ("Maraming salamat" if you want to say "Thank you very much" or the more literal "Thanks a lot/Many thanks")
Finnish = "Kiitos!"
French = "Merci"
German = "Danke"
Greek = "Eucharisto" / "Ευχαριστώ (Efharisto)"
Hawaiian = "Mahalo"
Hungarian = "Koszonom"
Irish = "Go raibh maith agat"
Italian = "Grazie"
Japanese = "Arigatou"
Lithuanian = "Ačiū"
Malay & Indonesian = "Terima Kasih"
Norwegian = "Takk"
Polish = "Dziękuje"
Portuguese = "Obrigado"
Russian = "Spaseeba"
Serbian = "Hvala"
Spanish = "Gracias"
Swedish = "Tack", "Tackar"
Turkish = "Teşekkürler"
Vietnamese = "Cam On"


"You're Welcome"

Arabic = "Afwan"
Bulgarian = "Molya / Pak zapovyaday"
Chinese = "Bu keqi"
Czech = "není zač" or "za málo"
Danish = "Det var så lidt"
Dutch = "Graag gedaan"
Filipino = "Walang anuman" ("No problem" is closer in meaning than "you're welcome" though)
Finnish = "Ole hyvä"
French = "De rien"
German = "Bitte" or "Gern geschehen"
Greek = "Παρακαλώ (Parakalo)"
Hawaiian = "He mea iki"
Hungarian = "Szivesen"
Irish = "(Tá) fáilte romhat"
Italian = "Prego"
Japanese = "Dou itashimashite"
Lithuanian = "Nėra už ką"
Malay & Indonesian = "Sama-sama"
Norwegian = "Det var så lite/ værsågod"
Polish = "Proszę"
Portuguese = "De nada"
Russian = "Pazhalooysta"
Serbian = "Nema na čemu"
Spanish = "De nada"
Swedish = "VarsÃ¥god (formal) / Det är lugnt (informal)"
Turkish = "Rica ederim"
Vietnamese = "Knong Co Chi"

also you're welcome in norwegian is: Ingen årsak :)

there's so many ways to say it in norwegian. :amuse ~ added

Koen
April 06, 2008, 02:30 PM
dank u is indeed more formal than dank je (meaning both thank you) but I think dutchmen are faster used to say dank je, while we - belgians - are used to speak formal in our own language and others

eg: it's your turn -> dutchmen: het is aan jou/je while belgians: het is aan u

Heypress
April 09, 2008, 10:40 PM
In portuguese:
Thank you: Obrigado
You're welcome: De nada

It's already on the list. Gracias. :p

pjboom
April 10, 2008, 03:31 AM
In catalan:
Thank you: Gracies

you're welcome: de res

You coud add how is "I love you" in other languages.

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Azurel
April 10, 2008, 06:44 AM
Is catalan spanish??

Hmm.. interesting idea so why don't you start the ball rolling? :amuse

pjboom
April 10, 2008, 03:18 PM
Catalan is not spanish, it's a latin language too and in spain is cooficial, justa as Euskera.

"I love you": "T'estim"

And in spanish :"te quiero"

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VulcanParrot
April 19, 2008, 08:43 PM
Colloquial Australian English
Thank you: Cheers
You're welcome: No worries

blai
April 20, 2008, 05:08 PM
Swedish
Thank you: Tack, Tackar
Your welcome: Varsågod, Ingen orsak/fara
I love you: Jag älskar dig.

Hungarian
Thank you: Köszönöm / Nagyon köszönöm!
Your welcome: Szívesen / Tessék

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Totinona
April 26, 2008, 12:19 PM
"I love you" in Norwegian: "Jeg elsker deg" :amuse

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nxlouco
April 26, 2008, 03:43 PM
I love you in Portuguese is: " Eu ti amo" :)

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Avner
April 27, 2008, 03:37 PM
Slovak equivalent of these phrases:

"Thank You" - Ďakujem Vám
"Thank you" - Ďakujem ti
"Thank You" - Ďakujem

"You're Welcome" - Nie je za čo
"You're Welcome" - Nemáte/Nemáš za čo

"I Love You" - Milujem Ťa / Ľúbim Ťa

You have the honor as the 1st slovakian ^.^ ~ Added

arslan
May 04, 2008, 05:45 PM
well thank you= Shukria in urdu.

Pollux
May 04, 2008, 05:53 PM
I didn't see the French version of "I love you" so I decided to post.
I love you = "je t'aime" or "je vous aime" (depending on the pronoun you use to address to the person)
For the French translation of "you're welcome" you can also say "je t'en prie" (or "je vous en prie")

Added both arslan and Pollux

Punky fish
May 06, 2008, 07:47 AM
I love you in Finnish is Minä rakastan sinua.

....100th post....

Added and congrats on getting your 100th post :)

kopite
May 08, 2008, 08:13 AM
I love you:
Japan - Ai shi teru
Chinese - Wo Ai Ni
Malay - Aku sayang engkau

Added ^^

EvilGenious
May 08, 2008, 10:33 AM
dammit, someone beat me to the russian translations! lol

anywho, "thank you" and "you're welcome" are pretty basic knowledge of any language. don't ask me how to say "i love you" though...

blai
May 10, 2008, 01:53 PM
Ïn Hungarian you can say

te vagyok seretett (you are loved)
én szeretlek neked (i love you)
szeretlek imádlak akarlak (i think it's i love you aswell, not sure, it might mean something else lol)
Please correct my grammar if it's wrong, Havent written in my home language in too long :D

and hello is depending on what situation, I wrote Szia last time but it can also be Sziastok (think it's the spelling)
Singular it's Szia
plural it's sziastok.

I'm depending on you my fellow Hungarians. Correct my misspellings! Yarr!

kiddo7
May 14, 2008, 10:34 AM
ok ok ok!
coming through we have an emergency!
there is hungarian that needs correcting.

Te szeretve vagy (you are loved)
[én] Szeretlek [téged] (I love you)... usualy just szeretlek
szeretlek imádlak akarlak (this just means I love you, I "worship" you, I want you. noone really says this except maybe in songs)

Hello can be "Szia" or "hello" "sziastok" is just the prular form of "Szia".

If incase anyone is interested "Sz" is pronounsed "S" (and a "S" in Hungarian is pronounced "Sh") and "Gy" is pronounced somewhere between "J" and "Y".

Added! thx for coming to the rescue. :XD

blai
May 14, 2008, 10:38 AM
What correcting? :(
okokok my hungarian is rusty but meh. :P

gluttony
May 16, 2008, 04:01 PM
in portuguese, "i love you" is "amo-te"

Azurel
May 17, 2008, 08:32 AM
Hmm, so is it "Eu ti amo" or "amo-te" in portuguese? or is it both? can someone clarify? :XD

redcometfm
May 17, 2008, 12:11 PM
Hmm, so is it "Eu ti amo" or "amo-te" in portuguese? or is it both? can someone clarify? :XD

It can be said "Eu te amo" but that's structurally Brazilian way of speaking from what I've learned. I do know that "Eu amo-te" is definetly Portuguese.

yoniekai
May 17, 2008, 12:30 PM
hiligaynon! not filipino, im from the province :D

thank you = "salamat gid"
i love you = "palangga gid ta ka ya"

alpvonkri
May 19, 2008, 02:40 PM
"I Love You"

Spanish = "Te quiero"Correction:
I Love You in Spanish literally is "Yo te amo" or simply "Te amo"
"Te quiero" or "Yo te quiero" is I like you.

If you want a detailed explanation:
I = Yo
Love = Amo
You = Te

Yo = I
Te = You
Amo = Love

Added yonie, and gracias redcometfm and alpvonkri for the explanation.:thumbsup
Thanks.:amuse

The german version is missing new:amuse

"I Love You"

German = "Ich liebe dich"

Noted ^^ It's not missing, the listing for "I love you" is new.
Thanks.:amuse

Yabe
May 22, 2008, 01:11 PM
Gosh, Irish is very hard.

Not one coming from Thailand... so, I'm adding in?

Here is what I say:

For Thank you, say "Khob Khun".
For You're welcome, say "Mai Bhen Rai".

To always be sweet by saying politely a man add to every sentences with "Khrab" and a woman does it with "Ka".

Also, if I happened to fall for someone in my country, I'd say to that person "Chan Rak Ther".

"Rak" = "Love" as a verb.

Lelo
May 22, 2008, 03:15 PM
Japanese
Thank you => Arigatougozaimas
ur welcome => do itashimashite

how would u say hows it goin, and im good in Japanese

chphkaiten
May 23, 2008, 09:41 AM
Vietnamese:
"I love you"
a boy says to a girl: anh yeu em
girl says to boy: em yeu anh
son/daughter says to mum/pa: con yeu me/ba
mother/farther says to son/daughter: me/ba yeu con
say to friend (mostly girl uses): to yeu cau, tao yeu may (very close friend)

¬Bol
May 23, 2008, 10:25 AM
Italian:

I love you ---> Ti amo

Added Yabe, chphkaiten and hueco mundo.

Lelo
May 23, 2008, 05:49 PM
"how are you" in arabic--- keyfuck(I'm not joking, thats what I say to my family everyday)

Azurel
May 24, 2008, 10:43 AM
how would u say hows it goin, and im good in Japanese

Apparently, Japanese don't really say how are you but instead "are you good?"

"Are you good?" = Genki desu ka

Genki = Good/Fine

Desu ka makes it a question.

"I'm good" = Hik genki desu.

And I found that out by googling. :XD

Well, if you like to learn more basic japanese, there are some links recommended in here (http://mangahelpers.com/forums/showthread.php?t=164) :D

nxlouco
May 24, 2008, 11:05 AM
Hmm, so is it "Eu ti amo" or "amo-te" in portuguese? or is it both? can someone clarify? :XD

Yes "Eu Te Amo" Or "Eu Ti Amo" is the Brazilian Portuguese way of saying "I Love You", and "Amo-Te" Is more of the Actual Portuguese from Portugal xD

Lelo
May 24, 2008, 06:45 PM
Apparently, Japanese don't really say how are you but instead "are you good?"

"Are you good?" = Genki desu ka

Genki = Good/Fine

Desu ka makes it a question.

"I'm good" = Hik genki desu.

And I found that out by googling. :XD

Well, if you like to learn more basic japanese, there are some links recommended in here (http://mangahelpers.com/forums/showthread.php?t=164) :D

thanks for the translations

SoulReaporKoul
July 01, 2008, 12:06 PM
The Geek in me couldn't resist, this is how you would say them in Java
Thank You
System.out.println("Thank You!")

You're Welcome
System.out.println("You're Welcome")

I Love You
System.out.println("I Love You")

**Hides away in corner in shame at letting inner geek loose**
[hr]

"how are you" in arabic--- keyfuck(I'm not joking, thats what I say to my family everyday)

it's more like keef-uck don't emphasize the fuck, the root of the word is keef, as in "how?" , depending on who you're talking to , the uck changes, if you're talking to
male - uck
female - eck
[hr]
Also noticed that no one put up "I love You" in Arabic yet

To female

Ouhibouki or B'hibeck- emphasis on h like in "hip"

To male

Ouhibouka or B'hiback

Neutral

Ouhibouk

A little on the origins of the wording, taking the one said to a female Ou-hib-ouki, the verb is "hib" when conjugated and while unconjugated Love is "houb" the ouki means you are telling this to a female. This is the way to say I love you in Formal Arabic, in INFormal (slang) Arabic from Syria and Lebanon, you use B'hibeck

ichiedan
July 06, 2008, 06:34 AM
Indonesian for 'I Love You':

.: aku cinta kamu or aku cinta padamu :.

-Aku cinta Mangahelpers <3-

I noticed that these weren't added.

juUnior
July 06, 2008, 10:29 AM
Wow, there isn't a pl equivalent for 'I love you' .. it's: "Kocham cię" :wtf

The Adamant Dragon
July 07, 2008, 10:22 PM
My language is Called Lingala and my Original counrty Is Called R.D.C Congo

And there you say : '' Na Lingi Yo '' , If you wanna say I love you

You say : '' Boyeyi Bolamu '' , If you want to say You're welcom

And Finally you say : '' Melessi '' , For Thank you.

Its About all... :dance

ILUVATAR
July 10, 2008, 03:45 PM
Σ'αγαπώ or Σε αγαπώ (same thing) -> for "I love you" in greek, "Se Agapo" will be if you try to write it in english
for those that have seen my post for "Happy New Year" and "Marry Christmas" can understand why i don't also post how they can be spelled/read/spoken etc -_-;

Raysen_ht
July 13, 2008, 09:13 AM
in hebrew (transliterated, since i dont have hebrew letters on my keybord)

Thank you
--- Todá

You are welcome
--- Bevakashá

I love you
--- Aní ohev otach (guy to girl)
--- Aní ohevet otchá (girl to guy)

the (á, í) are to clarify pronunciation... The "Ch" (in otach/otchá) is like the "h" (in have)

VASSiLi
July 14, 2008, 04:39 AM
Thank you -> Grazie
You're welcome -> Sei il benvenuto / Benvenuto
I love you -> Ti amo

baboysai
July 14, 2008, 10:02 AM
Since the Philippines has a few hundred (or thousands, was it?) languages depending on the region, I'll post my versions in our language in the region:

Thank You= Salamat (same as the Filipino standard)

You're Welcome= no direct translation but we use "Sige lang" or "Way 'blema" which literally means "It's okay" or "No problem"

I Love You= :s (This is seriously cheesy, like, only people 3 generations older would have used this) Gihigugma tika/taka. A lot of people who speak our language are more comfortable saying "I love you" instead of that.

Elyon A. Luna
July 25, 2008, 12:06 PM
Not that is a big deal, but if someone wants to write some of this word in a certain language, I think that it's writing in that idiom could be added by someone who knows the language and can use an IME or something to type it

For it is

ありがとう / arigatou / Thank you

どう いたしまして / dou itashimashite / You're welcome

愛している / aishiteiru / I love you

in japanese

Just thought it would be a good idea

Deidara12
August 14, 2008, 04:06 PM
Polish: I love you : Kocham cię

geassman
August 18, 2008, 06:13 PM
Korean.

Thank you=Gomabsumnida.
You're welcome=chunmanhae.
I love you=Saranghae.

mitokomon
October 04, 2008, 12:06 PM
Turkish;
I love you = seni seviyorum

Kanzaki
October 12, 2008, 02:47 PM
In arabic:

I love you : Ouhibbouk

=)

Hollow Kurono
October 13, 2008, 02:43 PM
In lithuania

I love you:Aš tave myliu.

In russia

I love you: Я люблю тебе.

Illusionary
October 13, 2008, 11:46 PM
in french,

thank you/ Merci

You're welcome/ De Rien. well you can actually say this in many ways depending on whether or not your talking formal or informal, but i dont really care, i say the same thing to everyone.

i love you/ je t'aime

Baron Hugenstein
October 18, 2008, 06:30 PM
In Arabic,
I love you: Auhebok(the classic arabic) Or Auheboky, to a female

Thank you: Shukran

You're welcome: Aafwan (there isn't really a word for "you are welcome", but this word is the closest to it)

Grimory
October 19, 2008, 05:56 AM
in Filipino:

thank you - salamat
you're welcome - i have no idea lol shame on me ( i think its "walang anu man") lol
i love you - mahal kita

Baron Hugenstein
October 19, 2008, 03:35 PM
^ lol, Salamat can mean "hello/bye" in Arabic version that i speak.

Grimory
October 20, 2008, 01:06 AM
^yeah ive heard it in other languages too dude..

duchess of dork
October 20, 2008, 08:00 AM
hey, cool thread....

i speak filipino too, but since there are still these marginal differences called dialects, <philippines being strategically diverse, so local tongues are, too> i think translating them into my ilonggo (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hiligaynon_language) tongue would be nice:

thank you-'salamat'
youre welcome-wala anuman ah, <the phrase equivocally translates to 'no problemo,' :p
i love you-'palangga ta ka' [pɑː.lɑːng'gɑː tɑː kɑː]

baboysai
October 28, 2008, 12:16 AM
@doods,

"palangga ta ka" in our language means "I care for you deeply", which can be used by friends of non-romantic nature.

duchess of dork
October 28, 2008, 12:39 AM
really?

then how do you translate i love you in your dialect BB-chan?

well, there is a rather older way of saying 'i love you' the ilonggo way---that is, 'ginahigugma ko ikaw' <but thats so outdated, its giving me the chills just hearing that>

well , in a way youre right, palangga ta ka can indeed be taken for declaring nonromantic type of love, too...

Momoko
October 30, 2008, 05:02 AM
Serbian for "I love You" - Volim te

hyn_pride93
November 20, 2008, 01:14 AM
Hawaiian:

Thank you- Mahalo or Mahalo nui loa for Thank you very much

Your welcome- there is no way to SAY it

I love you- Aloha 'oe (something like that)

Lii-sama
November 22, 2008, 03:11 PM
I hope nobody has posted these ones in Latvian. So here it goes:
I love you - Es tevi mīlu
You are welcome - Lūdzu
Thank you - Paldies

S2S4
November 23, 2008, 06:03 AM
In arabic :

I love you : "Ohibuk"

Mousie
November 26, 2008, 03:54 PM
Korean

Thank You: Kamsamnida(extremely formal) / Komapsumnida(somewhat formal) / Komuhwaeyo(non formal)
You're Welcome: Chomaneyo
I love you: Sarang Hamnida/Heyo

iMadara
November 28, 2008, 07:18 PM
"I love you"

Afrikaans: "Ek het jou lief"
Arabic: "Uhibbok"
Korean: "Sarang Heyo"
Russian: "Ya tebya lyublyu"
Turkish: "Seni seviyorum"
Tunisian: "Ha eh bak"

=3

VyvyanWilde
December 03, 2008, 05:24 PM
Thank you in Farsi (or Persian) is "Merci" (it's not like the french way though. It's MER-si not mer-SI)
I guess "I love you" would be Doset daram. (DO-set DAR-am)

XxVascoxX
December 04, 2008, 07:12 AM
In common spoken creole in mauritius Thank you is either called "merci" (french) or even popular "Dresse" (in english pronunciation Dray-Say)
welcome -'bienvenu' (french )or in other languages such as Hindi Chinese or Arab...there languages welcome
P.s. since mauritius is a multicultural country

Adorien
December 10, 2008, 04:44 AM
Didn't see the Bulgarian version for "I love you" (what a shame).
So, here it is: Обичам те (Obicham te).

StarlightDreams
December 28, 2008, 03:35 PM
I'm too lazy to put the accent marks because I don't remember the alt things for them....
Thank You: Cam on
You're welcome: Ban co
I Love You: (Guy to girl) Anh yeu em, (Girl to Guy) Em yeu anh

And that's your first lesson in Vietnamese! :p

gatotkoco13
January 03, 2009, 07:39 AM
maybe someone already post this (there are many indonesian in this forum),but i'll post it anyway ; )

thank you: terima kasih (formal version); trims (slang version)
you're welcome: sama-sama
i love you: aku cinta kamu (formal version); gw cinta ma lo (slang version); aku tresno kowe (javanese languange)

Teekuh
January 04, 2009, 05:59 PM
dutch for i love you : ik hou van je

kronpas
January 04, 2009, 09:57 PM
to help you spell more correctly, in vietnamese

ty = "Cảm ơn"

Your welcome = "Không có chi"

Rasen-Shoe-Riken
January 09, 2009, 05:12 PM
I love you in Filipino Tagalog
'Mahal kita'

Filipino Bisaya
'Ginihigugma tika'

Xevoss
January 19, 2009, 05:12 AM
"Thank You" - Dziękuję
"You're welcome" - Nie ma za co
"I love You" - Kocham Cię

Shing02
January 20, 2009, 09:20 PM
I am originary from Albania, so that would be:

Albanian:

Thank You: Faleminderit
You're Welcome: Mire Se Vini
I Love You: Te Dua

note: the "i" are pronounced like the "i" in "invention".

Neo
January 29, 2009, 10:52 AM
I've always been curious about something. In Spanish, we use two different kinds of "I love you": 1) te quiero, and 2) te amo, being the second a stronger feeling than the first.

I've never found an equivalent in English, only the traditional "I love you", which, according to my experience, is translated as "te amo" more often than as "te quiero". I was shocked the first time I heard a guy saying "I love you" to a friend, because "te amo" is deeply strong, something you use with a girl you're really connected to (you can spend a whole relationship saying "te quiero" and only use "te amo" when you really feel you love her enough), and so, this guy seemed to be in love on his male friend...:-)

I wonder if there's this kind of distinction in another languages. I know that the Japanese "ai shiteru" is equivalent to our "te amo", but I don't know the counterpart for the "weaker" version.

Does anybody know?

Deidara12
February 06, 2009, 09:06 PM
POLISH:

You are welcome: "Nie ma za co"
I love you: "Kocham cię "

Rok
February 12, 2009, 03:16 AM
slovenian :

thank you = hvala

you're welcome = dobrodošel(for one person) dobrodošli(for multiple persons)

i love you = ljubim te

kai-uchiha
February 16, 2009, 02:56 AM
I LOVE YOU IN DUTCH IS ± IK HOU VAN JE

大天狗
February 19, 2009, 10:14 AM
German:

i love you = ich liebe dich

thank you = vielen dank

you're welcome = gern geschehen

Godfather
February 24, 2009, 12:29 PM
In Italian:

I love you = Ti amo

Thank you = Grazie

You're welcome = Prego

shaula_aelas
March 11, 2009, 05:39 PM
thank u = tack
I love u = jag älskar dig
u r welcome = varsågod

Kanzen Shinkiro
March 13, 2009, 10:27 PM
In Brazilian Portuguese as spoken in the state of Pará where I am from, thank you is "obrigado," you're welcome is "de nada," and I love you is "eu te amo."

Metal D. Reaper
March 16, 2009, 01:58 PM
Soo in the country i live blegium we have 3 national languages and english is also a important language but because my origines are portugees im going to say them in the 5 languages

Dutch(Nederlands): thank you =Dank u (wel)wel is not necesary.
you're welcome=graag gedaan
I love you=Ik hou van jou(or you kan say it like alot of people say it 'Ik zie u graag'witch means i love to see you lol)

French(Français): thank you=merci
you're welcome=de rien
I love you=Je t'aime

German(Deutsch): thank you= vielen dank
you're welcome= gern geschehen
I love you=Ich liebe dich

English= you all know them

Portugees(portugese): thank you=Obrigado
you're welcome= de nada
I love you= Eu amo-te

That is how you say them in my language of my country the first three only the 2 last are just a language I like and the last is just my mother language

madmaxx350
March 18, 2009, 11:48 PM
am Pretty late to this thread but wanted to contribute a bit :D

In Creole :

Thank you : mèsi
You're welcome : de rien
I love you : "mwen remen ou" or "mwen damou ou"

tehkorean
April 02, 2009, 07:11 PM
KOREAN

Thank YOu
-Goo Mab Soob Me Dah

Idk your welcome lol

I love You
-Sah Lrang Heh

kriss6559
April 04, 2009, 09:45 PM
In malay

I love You = Aku cinta/sayang kamu, saya cinta/sayang kamu

I = saya
You = kamu,engkau,kau
Love = cinta, sayang

http://www.laymark.com/i/m/m087.gif (http://www.laymark.com)

Punky fish
April 07, 2009, 11:20 AM
In Estonian I love you is "Ma armastan sind".

Naruto_Namikaze
April 12, 2009, 11:00 AM
In Greek :

Thank You : Efharisto
You're Welcome :Parakalo
I Love You : Sagapo

candy rain
April 12, 2009, 08:51 PM
thank you=merci
i love you=je t'aime

WildH
April 18, 2009, 12:34 PM
In Polish:
I love you - Kocham cię

Entwined Destiny
May 13, 2009, 08:14 PM
in french

Thank You=Merci

Your Welcome= Duriene

I Love You= j'est teme du to monkar

Hatsune_Miku
May 15, 2009, 10:16 PM
Bisaya...a native language in the Philippines.

Thank you - Salamat kaau
Your Welcome - Ok ra na uie
I love you - Gi higugma tika

:D

Grizz
May 18, 2009, 06:01 PM
French

Thank You - Merci
I Love You - Je T'aime

Forever_Melody
May 18, 2009, 08:55 PM
In Quebec...

Thank You - Micci
You're Welcome - Bienvenue, de rien
I love you - Osti que chtaime toe! :XD
I love you(alt. according to my friend) - T'es nice toi...

Siberia
May 28, 2009, 04:37 AM
Traditional chinese (Hong Kong), a different language from China (Simplified chinese)

Thank you: 多謝
You're welcome: 不用客氣
I love you: 我愛你

Yokume
May 31, 2009, 09:25 PM
In Danish

Thank you: Tak
You're welcome: Det var så lidt.
I love you: Jeg elsker dig

monkey D luffy
June 02, 2009, 07:29 AM
in hebrew

thank you: toda
youre welcome: ein be'ad ma
i love you: ani Ohev otah/otha, saying to women otah, saying to man otha, H doesnt sound like H but like the sound people make when they got popcorn stuck in their throat, like in meet the fokers

mikeel
June 02, 2009, 06:55 PM
Filipino

Thank you - Maraming salamat/Salamat
Your Welcome - Walang anuman

Japanese

Thank you - ありがとうございまそ/ありがとう
Your Welcome - どういてしまして

tEchIe
June 03, 2009, 08:12 PM
Latin (latina):
Thank you - Gratias ago
You’re welcome - Fac si vis
I love you - Te amo

Yuki_Judai
June 24, 2009, 07:54 PM
i love you in bahasa

i love you=aku cinta padamu

Added ~ Blai

Mugiwara_no_Jack
June 29, 2009, 08:00 AM
"I love you" in Dutch means "Ik hou van jouw" though I don't know if there are other ways to say that phrase ;)

Added ~ Blai

mizukiikki
July 02, 2009, 03:06 PM
OBS: em portugues de Portugal é amo-te... ja em Portugues Brazil é te-amo =D

sindergi
July 02, 2009, 03:08 PM
in german :

Thank you = danke
I love you = Ich liebe dich
Youre welcome = gern geschehen

blai
July 09, 2009, 01:10 PM
Added Afrikaans and fixed the "å" and "ö" letters in Swedish / Hungarian.

*adding more atm*

ketorin
July 13, 2009, 07:18 PM
don't know if anyone has put this, but here is Simplified Mandarin Chinese

Thank You- xièxie 谢谢 (she-eh she-eh make sure it's she not sheh)

Your Welcome- bú kèqi 不客气 (also could be said bú xiè 不谢) (boo she-eh)

I Love You-wǒ ài nǐ 我爱你 (wo eye nee)

okay so pay attention to the marks above the words, those represent tones, they are pretty easy to understand when you learn them. xiè has a falling tone so your voice drops (personally those are the easiest to say) bú is said like our questions, we always raise our voice to signify it was a question we said. wǒ is a mixture of both the falling and rising tone, you go down then up. (hope that was a good explanation, not really good at explaining things) here's a good site to here how they sound http://www.standardmandarin.com/chinesephrases

Added ~ Blai

Horsee
July 16, 2009, 12:38 AM
Thank You - köszönöm (kur-sur-nurm)
You're Welcome - szívesen (see-vesh-en)
I Love You - szeretlek (seh-ret-lek)

The hungarian 'ö' letter is the same with german, swedish, finnish and türkish 'ö' or danish and norwegian 'ø'. So, the pronunciation in these languages is kö-sö-nöm or kø-sø-nøm.

Added the pronounciations ~ Blai

Avatarbriman
July 26, 2009, 12:19 PM
In irish, you can say mo ghrá thú for i love you, it means you are my love.

shaheer
August 01, 2009, 10:43 AM
in bangla
thank you = dhonno vad
i love u = tomake bhalobashi

steelwingcrash1
January 01, 2011, 09:13 AM
In Filipino,

Thank you = Maraming Salamat po
You're Welcome = Walang Anuman (?)
I Love You = Mahal Kita

igotthegoods
January 01, 2011, 01:35 PM
Added your translation for "I Love You" to the first post. :)

I noticed there's a slight difference between your translation for "Thank You" and the one in the opening post:

Filipino = "Salamat" ("Maraming salamat" if you want to say "Thank you very much" or the more literal "Thanks a lot/Many thanks")

Does adding "po" give a slightly different meaning?

duchess of dork
January 03, 2011, 04:20 AM
@igtg: po/ho is a sort of determiner. it indicates respect to the person being talked to who is senior either by years or by level .... just like -san,-chan, and -sama is to nihongo..only that po is a syntactically added to clauses/sentences rather than to the proper names.

and on the sidenote, po is a used only by Tagalogs, a regional group of Filipinos residing mainly in Northern Philippines(esp. Manila) speaking Tagalog, which is constitutionally recognized as the official Language of the Philippines(naturally, only because the Capital city is in Northern part of this country). Whereas Hiligaynon is Filipino too, its more like the dialect spoken by Ilonggos of Central Philippines. We dont use "po", but use the word salamat for thanks as well, so we can safely say "po" is a lingual form of respect to use regionalwise, especially when speaking the Official Filipino language(or Tagalog, in the truest sense).

sometimes, po can be used interjectively---like, "Po?!!!" and "Po?" which can mean "Really?!" and "Yes?" respectively.. One might hear Tagalogs saying "Opo/Oho"...which sensibly means affirmation (Yes)

Filipino as language and Filipinos as people is as complex as our geography, that we are sort of having identity and cultural problems :darn

igotthegoods
January 03, 2011, 12:18 PM
Thanks a lot for the very informative explanation, duchess! I'll add "Maraming Salamat po" to the first post, specifying that it is the Tagalong variation. :)

Roflkopt3r
January 03, 2011, 03:08 PM
Some variants for German:

Thanks:
Vielen Dank (this can be seen as a little more formal way of "Danke". Let's say it's never wrong - it's formal enough to be used in any situation, while informal enough to not sound stupid when said to a drunk friend)
Dankeschön (that addition doesn't really make a lot of sense, but some people got used to add it like that. It also might be a little regional and for some reason is the way how it's taught to little kids. Dankeschön -as a noun- can also have the meaning of a thank you-present)

A little notion only slightly related to the topic:
"Willkommen" is very similar to "Welcome", but is never used in the meaning of "You're welcome" as a reply to "Thanks".

Added ^^

shinsengumi
January 03, 2011, 09:34 PM
i have noticed that "i love you" in turkish is missing , which is " seni seviyorum "
and "thank you" should have been " teşekkür ederim " instead of "teşekkürler" .
the difference is ;
teşekkür ederim = thank you
teşekkürler = thanks

Added ^^

TheHangedMan
January 05, 2011, 11:42 AM
Adding a little addition ^^
In Indonesian:
I Love You = Aku mencintaimu (this is the active sentence version of Aku cinta padamu)

In Chinese:
Thank you = Xie xie ni (this is more formal than xie xie, used for strangers and superiors)

added

Pirulito
January 05, 2011, 11:44 PM
Just to note, maybe in brazilian portuguese people will think you are a little pedant if you say "eu amo-te" instead "eu te amo".
Also you can say "não há de quê" (you're welcome). It is as common as "de nada".

Added

benelori
January 06, 2011, 10:42 AM
In Romanian:
Multumesc!
Cu placere!
Te iubesc!

igotthegoods
January 06, 2011, 04:04 PM
I assume you wrote these in order, bene, but I just want to make sure I added them correctly to the first post. Is this right?

Multumesc = Thank You
Cu placere = You're Welcome
Te iubesc = I Love You

duchess of dork
January 09, 2011, 09:06 AM
Filipino variants of Thank you very much

Tagalog: Maraming Salamat (add the word po when talking to someone older or superior) literally transates to many thanks
Hiligaynon: formal Madamo gid nga salamat; informal Salamat gid will do
Karay-a: Raku gid nga salamat

you should hear us speaking this. Hiligaynon is by far known as the most melodious dialect in the Philippines. Karay-a is so far the crunchiest(?):XD maybe there is a voice thread for this? so, anyone? if theres none, ill go make a thread

igotthegoods
January 09, 2011, 11:27 PM
As a matter of fact we do have a voice recording thread (http://mangahelpers.com/forum/showthread.php?t=63060) over in the Fun Forum. That would be cool if you could record how you say all of these variants (or just chit-chat with everyone.. whatever :tem). I'd love to hear what you mean by "crunchiest" dialect. :XD If you want to record something and post it here in this thread instead of in the FF, that would fine too. Even better, really. That goes for everyone else who wants to share the correct pronunciation of these phrases for us. :)

An easy site that can be used to record yourself: http://vocaroo.com/

MyuuMyuu
January 13, 2011, 02:09 PM
Danish:


Thank You = Tak
You're Welcome: Det var så lidt
I Love you: Jeg Elsker Dig

mariolino
January 31, 2011, 12:29 PM
Croatia - Hrvatska

"Thanks"- Hvala
"Thank You" - Hvala vam, hvala ti......
"You're Welcome" - Nema na čemu
"I Love You"- Volim te

Jorge D. Dragon
February 05, 2011, 02:43 PM
I didn't find russian's variant of the frase "i love you" in the first post, so I'll try to put it in latin letters. It would be like "ya tebya lublu".:)

steelwingcrash1
February 06, 2011, 08:53 AM
"Daghang salamat po" is a variant of the Filipino "Maraming salamat po".

mattiaildivino
February 06, 2011, 12:33 PM
in italian "grazie","prego" or "di niente"(litterally "of nothing") and "(io) ti amo"

Kyouria
March 08, 2011, 03:34 AM
In Korean "Thank You":
Formal 감사합니다. Kamsahapnida or 고맙습니다. Gomapseupnida or 고마워요. Gomawuhyo
Informal 고마워! Gomawuh
Slang 생유~ Sangyou [derived from English TY]

"I love you"
Formal 사랑해요.
Informal 사랑해 <3

Added ~Iceiphoenix

clamche
April 27, 2011, 02:03 AM
In Bulgarian:
I love you - "Obicham te"(Обичам те) or "Az te obicham" ( Аз те обичам)
I (Az) can be left out
love - obich, the verb is obicham
you - te, teb

RaveDragon
April 29, 2011, 05:39 AM
I'll add maltese
Thank you - Grazzi
I love you- Inhobbok
You're welcome - Ta'xejn

Added ~Iceiphoenix

mikkih
April 29, 2011, 11:26 PM
"I love you"
Formal 사랑해요.
Informal 사랑해 <3

Could you put some phonetic alphabets in Roman characters next to Hanguel, so I could sort of guess how to pronounce them in Korean? Thanks! :D

M3J
April 30, 2011, 12:38 AM
Hindi:

Thank you - Shukriya

I love you - umm... many ways to say this, so I dunno, really. <_<

You're welcome - INDIANS ARE TOO RUDE FOR THIS. And, I dunno if there exists such words in Hindi. <_<

Angrezi Main Kehte (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KntavOjm00I). Film song, but he says how to say "I love you" in English (Angrezi), Gujarati (my mother tongue, I think), Bengali, and Punjabi. I WAS MINDBLOWN!! YOHOHOHO

mikkih
April 30, 2011, 01:07 AM
(my mother tongue, I think)

What do you mean by.... I think?

M3J
April 30, 2011, 01:52 AM
I'm not sure if Gujarati is my mother tongue, I just assume it is, especially since it's the dominant language and the fact that my parents learned Hindi by watching Bollywood (my mom anyway).

BakaHaze
April 30, 2011, 08:35 AM
I'd assume salad has already done mandarin?

ℳαkαἶ ♛ ℇ♏℘ἶɾℯ
May 04, 2011, 06:53 AM
Just like to correct the thai sentences a little bit.

Thank you: Khop khun

This is correct so far, just that thais would outside of the family or close friends- always add the politeness-particle. These differ for male (khrap) and female (kha).

Thank you -> Khop khun ( kha[f] / khap[m] )



You're welcome: Mai bpen rai

Yet again you can use this, but its not the most polite way to say it and if you say it alot it might leave a bad impression.. The actual meaning of mai bpen rai would be more leaning to nevermind. So insteat you should say:

You're welcome -> Duay khwaam yin dee



(I love you: Chan rak ter)

Well you can say this too but it's a little odd and not so common to say Chan rak ter. But as a male it would be even more odd, cause chan is the female personalpronoun only. Men have to use phom. i would suggest to say:

I love you -> (Chan[f] / Phom[m]) rak khun





Maybe i can add albanian too if i still remeber everything, that is :darn

Thank you -> faleminderit


You're welcome -> Ju lutem

Did't know this one anymore, so i googled it. As far as i remeber (don't quote me on this though) it's not used often anyway and depends a bit on what you're responding too - like shnet patch is the answer when someone sneezes and you say shnet well there should be others, who know this and can explain the details...


I loye you -> te dua

There's a more common one though, i just dont remeber anymore...

jorped
May 26, 2011, 06:21 AM
Portuguese :woo


"Thank You" -> Obrigado ;

"You're Welcome" -> can have two meaning in Portuguese , which are:

"De nada" or "Seja bem vindo"

"I love you" -> eu amo-te

harithnoark
June 10, 2011, 10:00 PM
melayu sarawak

Thank You=Terima kasih,"You're Welcome"=sama-sama ... it same with malay
"I love you" =kamek sayang kitak

Melanau
"I love you"=Kaw sayang ngah maw
Thank You=Terima kasih (same as above)
"You're Welcome"=samah-samah

SteinsRA
October 30, 2011, 06:40 PM
I'll tell you how to say these in catalan (Catalonia is in the north-east of spain) :)

I love you: T'estimo

Thank you: Gràcies

You're welcome: De res

n.n

Darjaille
November 08, 2011, 06:58 PM
To fill in the missing, I love you (you - 2nd person, singular) in czech is
'Miluji tě'
:)

ladylola
January 29, 2012, 06:44 PM
In Darija(Moroccan Dialect)
Thank you= Choukran
You're welcome= La choukra ala wajib/Laafwe
I love you= Kanebghik/Kanhabbak
In standard Arabic:
Thank you= same as in darija
You're welcome= La choukra ala wajib
I love you= (Ana) Ohibbok

ravshan
September 01, 2013, 05:36 PM
In uzbek language:
Thank you - "rahmat" or "tashakkur"
You're welcome - "marhamat"
I love you - "men seni sevaman"

100krotka
March 02, 2014, 10:59 AM
In Polish:
I love you - Kocham Cię