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Have a nice day in 20 Languages

Have a nice day in All Languages

  1. Arabic –  اتمنى لك يوما طيبا.  (atmna lk ywma tyba)
  2. Chinese – 祝你今天愉快  (Zhù nǐ jīntiān yúkuài)
  3. Danish – Ha ‘en god dag
  4. Finnish – Hauskaa päivän jatkoa
  5. French – Bonne journée
  6. German – Einen schönen Tag noch
  7. Greek – Καλή σας μέρα  (Kalí sas méra)
  8. Hawaiian – I lä maika’i iä ‘oe
  9. Hebrew –  (Sheyihiye lach yom na’im)
  10. Hindi – आपका दिन शुभ हो  (Aapaka din shubh hoo)
  11. Italian – Buona giornata
  12. Japanese – 良い一日を  (Yoiichinichiwo)
  13. Korean – 좋은 하루 되세요  (joh-eun halu doeseyo)
  14. Norwegian – Ha en fin dag
  15. Portuguese – Tenha um bom dia
  16. Russian – хорошего дня  (khoroshego dnya)
  17. Spanish – Que tengas un buen día
  18. Swahili – Siku njema
  19. Swedish – Ha en bra dag
  20. Turkish – Iyi günler

Have a nice day !

French Alphabet

  • The French alphabet has 26 letters.
  • French uses the same Latin Alphabet but with diacritic marks.
  • Latin, the language of the Roman Empire, is the mutual origin of this linguistic family, and the prehistory of French begins with the colonization of Gaul by the Romans in the first century BC.
  • Five diacritic mark are acute accent, grave accent, circumflex, diaeresis, and cedilla.
  • French is the official language in 29 countries.
  • French is written and read from left to right.

French Alphabet

French Accents

Basic French Expressions

Eiffel Tower, Paris

Basic French Daily  Basic French Introduction

French Speaking Nations

French Language in the World Map

Parlez-vous Francais

Welsh Alphabet

  • The Welsh alphabet has 28 letters (including eight digraphs).
  • The Welsh language is one of the oldest languages spoken in Europe.
  • Dates back to the 6th century.
  • There are no ‘k’, ‘q’ and ‘z’ in Welsh and ‘y’ is a vowel
  • Welsh is written and read from left to right.

Welsh Alphabet

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Welsh Alphabet and Pronunciation

Welsh Basic Words                                    Welsh Places and Buildings

Wales History from 1000 BC

Wales Facts

Wales History

Welsh Flag

map-wales

Wales Countryside

German Alphabet

How long has the German language been around 500-1250 AD

  • German alphabet has 30 letters.
  • These dots on the ä, ö, ü letters and ß (two ss)
  • German is the most widely used mother tongue in the European Union.
  • Old High German dates back to 8th Century and is similar in many respects to Anglo-Saxon.
  • German is written and read from left to right.
  • German words can become overwhelmingly long.

German AlphabetGerman Greetings

Question Words in German    German Phrases Introduction

German Language Key Facts

Brandenburg Gate, Berlin

Hawaiian Alphabet

  • The Hawaiian alphabet has only 12 letters (A, E, I, O, U, H, K, L, M, N, P, and W).
  • In 1778, British explorer James Cook made the first reported European discovery of Hawaii.
  • The Hawaiian language was first developed in 1822 by American Protestant missionaries from New England. Prior to contact from the Western world, Hawaiians had no written language other than petroglyph symbols.
  • Hawaii is derived from the Polynesian word hawaiki, which means “place of the Gods“.

Hawaiian Alphabet - 12 letters

Hawaiian Alphabet has 12 letters   Maui

Hawaiian-alphabet

Hawaii Map

Hawaii History

Aloha Meaning

Cheers ! in 20 Languages

  1. Arabic – Fisehatak
  2. Chinese Mandarin – 干杯 ( ganbei / gānbēi )
  3. Danish – Skål
  4. Finnish – Kippis
  5. French – Santé
  6. German – Prost
  7. Greek – Yamas
  8. Hawaiian – Okole Maluna
  9. Hebrew – לחיים (L’chaim)
  10. Hindi – अच्छी सेहत! ( acchī sehata )
  11. Hungarian – Kedves egeszsegere
  12. Irish Gaelic – Sláinte
  13. Italian – Salute
  14. Japanese – 乾杯 ( Kampai )
  15. Korean – 위하여 (Gun-bae)
  16. Portuguese – Saúde
  17. Russian – На здоровье (Na zdorovie)
  18. Spanish – Salud
  19. Swedish – Skål
  20. Turkish – Şerefe

Cheers

Good Luck in 20 Languages

  1. Arabic – Bit-tawfīq
  2. Chinese Mandarin –  祝你好運  (zhù nǐ háoyùn)
  3. French – Bonne Chance
  4. German – Viel Glück
  5. Greek –  Καλὴ τύχη!  (Kalítíhi)
  6. Hawaiian – Maika’I Pomaika’l
  7. Hebrew – בהצלחה  (Behatslacha)
  8. Hindi – सौभाग्य  (saubhāgya)
  9. Irish Gaelic – Go n-éirí an t-ádh leat
  10. Italian – Buona Fortuna
  11. Japanese – Ganbarou
  12. Korean – 행운을 빌어요  (haeng un eul bil eo yo)
  13. Norwegian – Lykke Til
  14. Portuguese – Boa Sorte
  15. Russian – Удачи!  (Udači !)
  16. Spanish – Buena Suerte
  17. Swahili – Kila la kheri
  18. Swedish – Lycka till
  19. Thai – โชคดี  (Chokh di)
  20. Turkish – Iyi Sanslar

The harder i work, the luckier i get

Good Luck in All Languages

Good Luck

Spanish Alphabet

Spanish Alphabet, Language, Pronunciation and Facts

  • Spanish alphabet has 27 letters. In 1994, the Royal Spanish Academy removed two letters (ch and ll) from the the alphabet, making it 27 letters instead of 29.
  • Spanish first started to appear in writing in the form of notes and glosses in Latin religious texts, the Glosas Emilianenses, dating from the 11th century. During the 12th century, law codes (Fueros) were being translated into Spanish.
  • The Spanish language is written using the Latin alphabet, along with a few special characters : the vowels with an acute accent (a, e, i, o, u), the vowel u with diaeresis, and n.
  • Spanish is the third most spoken language in the world.

Spanish Alphabet & Pronunciation

Spanish Alphabet and Pronunciation

Spanish Speaking Countries

Spanish Language World Map

Spanish Greetings

Basic Spanish Vocabulary Words

Spanish Language Facts