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
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Last edited by BlueChild; March 21, 2007 at 03:54 AM.