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"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.
Well, if you like to learn more basic japanese, there are some links recommended in here
The Geek in me couldn't resist, this is how you would say them in Java
I Love You
System.out.println("I Love You")
**Hides away in corner in shame at letting inner geek loose**
male - uck
female - eck
Also noticed that no one put up "I love You" in Arabic yet
Ouhibouki or B'hibeck- emphasis on h like in "hip"
Ouhibouka or B'hiback
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
Last edited by SoulReaporKoul; July 01, 2008 at 12:06 PM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost
Indonesian for 'I Love You':
.: aku cinta kamu or aku cinta padamu :.
-Aku cinta Mangahelpers <3-
I noticed that these weren't added.
Wow, there isn't a pl equivalent for 'I love you' .. it's: "Kocham cię"
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...
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
in hebrew (transliterated, since i dont have hebrew letters on my keybord)
You are welcome
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)
Last edited by Raysen_ht; July 14, 2008 at 08:29 AM. Reason: sorry... wrong pronoun
Thank you -> Grazie
You're welcome -> Sei il benvenuto / Benvenuto
I love you -> Ti amo
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= (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.
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
Just thought it would be a good idea
Polish: I love you : Kocham cię
I love you=Saranghae.
I love you = seni seviyorum