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Translations: Bleach 595 (2)
Actually, polish "thank You" is "Dziękuje", and prounanciation would be somewhat "Dzienkuje".Originally Posted by nippyer
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 ^^
Thank you: Spaseeba
You're welcome: Pazhalooysta
Thank you - Grazie
You're Welcome - Prego
Thank you - Gracias
You're Welcome - De nada
added Russian, Italian & Spanish. -- Ichi
what a nice thread. Now we know how to say thank you to the translators in Arabic-- sweet.
Thanks : arigatou
You're welcome : dou itashimashite
What, japanese is my language too... >.>
Moderator message by: BlueChildAdded to the list! also modified the polish spelling ^^
Well in Serbian it would be:
You're Welcome="Nema na čemu"
Thank you - Go raibh maith agat
You're welcome - (Tá fáilte romhat
Moderator message by: BlueAdded Serbian and Irish, and added "Dankje" to Dutch ^^
Last edited by BlueChild; March 18, 2007 at 05:53 PM.
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
Thank you: "Tak"
You're welcome: "Det var s
id like to add something to the swedish "youre welcome".
Varsågod is the very formal way of saying it, regular talk is more: Det är lugnt
Moderator message by: IchiAdded ILU, ibra and Boff's
Last edited by Ichimaru Gin n Tonic; March 20, 2007 at 12:03 PM.
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.
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!
this list lacks Lithuanian XD
thank you = Ačiū
you're welcome = Nėra už ką
Moderator message by: BlueAdded ^^
Last edited by BlueChild; March 21, 2007 at 03:54 AM.