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Bonjour à tous
J'aimerais savoir si quelqu'un pourrait m'aider à apprendre le créole martiniquais 😉, merci d'avance

Language pair: French; 
Lauris MATINIK
October 16, 2017

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How do you say 'Hello' in your native language?
Hi,

I am working on an infographic for a client which is based on how to say 'Hello' in every European country.

I have searched Google for the answers, but some languages such as Belarusian, Greek and Ukrainian had a few different versions thrown up at me. I'd like to know if I have the correct translations.

10 seconds of your time to let me know if I am correct or to correct me would be much appreciated, thank you :)

Albania - "Përshëndetje"
Andorra - "Hola"
Armenia - "Barev"
Austria - "Hallo"
Azerbaijan - "Salam"
Belarus - "Zdravstvujtie"
Belgium - "Hallo / Bonjour / Hallo"
Bosnia and Herzegovina - "Zdravo"
Bulgaria - "Zdraveĭte"
Croatia - "Zdravo"
Cyprus - "Merhaba / Chaírete"
Czech Republic - "Ahoj"
Denmark - "Hej"
Estonia - "Tere"
Finland - "Hei"
France - "Bonjour"
Georgia - "Gamarjoba"
Germany - "Hallo"
Greece - "Geia sas"
Hungary - "Helló"
Iceland - "Halló"
Italy - "Ciao"
Kosovo -"Përshëndetje / Zdravo"
Latvia - "Sveiki"
Liechtenstein - "Hallo"
Lithuania - "Sveiki"
Luxembourg - "Bonjour / Hallo / Hallo"
Macedonia - "Zdravo"
Malta - "Hello / Bongu"
Moldova - "Salut / Buna"
Monaco - "Bonjour"
Montenegro - "Zdravo"
Netherlands - "Hallo"
Norway - "Hallo"
Poland - "Cześć"
Portugal - "Olá"
Romania - "Buna"
Russia - "Zdravstvuyte"
San Marino - "Ciao"
Serbia - "Zdravo"
Slovakia - "Ahoj"
Slovenia - "Živjo"
Spain - "Hola"
Sweden - "Hallå"
Switzerland - "Hallo / Ciao / Bonjour / Ciao"
Turkey - "Merhaba"
Ukraine - "Vitayu"
Vatican City - "Ciao / salve / Bonjour / Hallo"

Regards,

Barry

Language pair: English; 
Barry Smith
October 16, 2017

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Help me learn
Hi i was looking for people who speak irish Gaelic i ownly speak English Canadian English

Language pair: English; Gaelic (Irish)
Cyndy hillman
October 15, 2017

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Help me learn
Hi i was looking for people who speak irish Gaelic i ownly speak English Canadian English

Language pair: English; Gaelic (Irish)
Cyndy hillman
October 15, 2017

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Timshel
Hi!
I need help from someone who speaks Hebrew.
I would like to tattoo the word "timshel" for my 25th birthday (the story of this word comes from the novel "East of Eden"). Is this spelling good: תִּמְשָׁל ? Is it really means "thou mayest"? How it looks in Hebrew?

I would be very grateful for any help :)

Language pair: English; Hebrew
Kamila
September 29, 2017

# Msgs: 1

Re: meaning of this word ?
Hi Sara,

I’ve only read English translations of Persian poems, and only those by the two poets whom you had recommended. (Molānā is better known by the name Rūmī in English.) Since I haven’t studied Persian, I can’t fully appreciate their brilliance.

Language pair: English; English
Chris
September 15, 2017

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Latest: September 15, 2017
Re:Re: meaning of this word ?
Hi,Chris
yes this book is poetic.
and translating poem is so difficult.
have you ever read persian poems?i recommand you read Molana or Khayam.their poems are so wonderful

Language pair: English; English
sara .
September 14, 2017

# Msgs: 19
Latest: September 15, 2017
Re: meaning of this word ?
Hi Sara,

some authors have a more “poetic” style than others. If this book was written in such a style, then the interpretation can vary for each reader.

Language pair: English; English
Chris
September 13, 2017

# Msgs: 19
Latest: September 15, 2017
Re:Re: meaning of this word ?
Hi Chris,
i really confused.i think this Maud Marta is a difficult book even for native!

Language pair: English; English
sara .
September 10, 2017

# Msgs: 19
Latest: September 15, 2017
Re:Re:Re:Re: meaning of this word ?
Hi Jean,i cant type big part of this book,
can you please download this book and read chapter2?

Language pair: English; English
sara .
September 10, 2017

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