Greeting someone in a different language is a great way to make a lasting impression and expand your vocabulary. According to Babbel Magazine
, there are formal, informal, and informal versions of "hello" in 21 different languages. Reader's Digest
provides 17 different languages, while Nina Out and About
provide 100 different languages. Examples include "hola" in Spanish, "bonjour" in French, "ciao" in Italian, "Goeie dag" in Afrikaans, "Mirëdita!" in Albanian, "ሰላም ጤና ይስጥልኝ" in Amharic, and "Asalaam alaikum" in Arabic. iTalki
is recommended for help learning a new language.
This article provides an in-depth guide to how to say hello in 21 different languages, including formal, informal, and informal versions. It also provides tips on how to make the greeting more meaningful and meaningful, such as using a phrase like "hello" or "hi" to greet someone in different situations. Finally, it encourages readers to practice saying "hello" in their own language to help them expand their vocabulary and become more conversational.
How To Say ‘Hello’ In 21 Different Languages - Babbel Magazine
You had me at “Hello” How to say “hello” is probably one of the first things, if not the first, you learn while studying a new language. As it should be!
Spanish. If you are an English-speaking American, and you know how to say “hello” in one other language, “hola” is probably it. As you probably already know, you don’t pronounce that H: It’s “oh-la.”
French. This is another one that you might already be familiar with. “Bonjour” (“bone-zhoor“) technically means “good day” in French. But keep in mind that many languages have both a formal and an informal way of saying “Hello.”
Italian. Italy’s “hello” is short and to the point—and “ciao” (“chao“) can mean “goodbye” as well. To say “hello” in Italian in a more formal way, say “salve” (“sal-vay”), which means “be well.”
How to Say "Hello" in 17 Different Languages | Reader's Digest
This guide provides an overview of how to say hello in 100 different languages, including English, French, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Maori, Australian, Greek, Serbian, Hebrew, and Chinese. It covers the pronunciation of each language, as well as the location and pronunciation of the word, and provides helpful tips on how to use the guide to greet people in every country. Additionally, the guide recommends iTalki for help learning a new language, as it is the only way I have managed to learn as much as living in the local country.
How to Say Hello in 100 Different Languages (2023) - Nina Out and About
Hello in 100 different languages Afrikaans. Albanian. Formal: Mirëdita! Informal: Përshëndetje! Amharic. Arabic. Armenian. Basque. Bengali. Bosnian. Bulgarian. Burmese. Formal: Min-ga-la-ba shin- said by a woman; Min-ga-la-ba khin-bah- said by…
How to Say Hello in 100 Different Languages - Justlearn