Monday, June 2, 2008

Thank You

Arabic:
Shukran(Middle East, North Africa)
Shukran gazilan (very) (Middle East, North Africa)
Mamnuun (Syria)
SaHHa (North Africa)
El-hamdullah (Morocco) [lit. Praise to Allah]
Barak llahu fik (Morocco)

Irish Gaelic:
Go raibh maith agat (to one) (Ireland, Britain)
Go raibh maith agaibh (to more than one)(Ireland)
Go raibh maith 'ad (Ireland, Britain)
Go raibh mile maith agat (to one )(Ireland, Britain)
Go raibh mile maith agaibh (to more than one) (Ireland)

Indonesian:
Terima kasih (formal) (Indonesia)
Makasih (Indonesia) [informal]
Thanks ya (very informal)(Indonesia)
Trims (slang)(Jakarta Indonesia)

Lithuanian:
Achiu (Lithuania)
Dekoju (Lithuania)
Labai achiu (very much)(Lithuania)
Dekui (Lithuania)
Labai dekoju (Lithuania)
Nuoširdziai dekoju (very sincere) (Lithuania)

Polish:
Dziekuje (Poland)
Dziekujemy (spoken by several people)(Poland)
Dzieki (familiar)(Poland)
Dziynki (Silesia region, Southern Poland)
Dziynkuja (Silesia region, Southern Poland)

Chinese:
Xie xie (Mandarin) (China)
Toa chie(Mandarin) (China)

Malay:
Terima kasih (Malaysia, Brunei)
Terima kasih banyak-banyak (very much) (Malaysia, Brunie)

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1 comment:

Kenny said...

Basic Malay Language You can Use when you come to travel in Malaysia.

Welcome - Selamat Datang
How to read: "sir la mat, da tang"
Sorry - Maaf
How to read: "ma af"
right - kanan
left - kiri
front - depan
back - belakang

How are you?
- apa khabar

Who are you?
- Siapakah anda?

toilet
- tandas

where you from?
- datang dari mana?