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How do you write hello in south African?
สวัสดีค่ะ Sawatdee ka = Hello if you are a girl สวัสดีครับ Sawatdee Khrap = Hello if you are a boy โจ Joh = Joe
= こんにちは (Konnichi wa)
An nyong(안녕) anyeonghasaeyo (An nyoung ha seh yo = hello) [ 안녕하세요 ]
Hello in Korean is: "anyong-haseyo"
ハローキティ Pronounced like Hello Kitty, but with a heavy Japanese accent. By the way, Hello Kitty was really born in London, England!! :)"
the word hello in Hindi is "namaste" (नमस्ते) On the Telephone it's helo (हेलो)
There are 11 official languages in South Africa. The greetings for some language groups overlap so you only need to learn for 8 languages with Venda having different greetings… for men and women. Here's a complete list of Hello and Goodbye. English | Hello / Afrikaans | Goeiedag / isiNdebele | Lotjhani / isiXhosa | Molo / isiZulu | Sawubona / SiSwati | Sawubona / Sesotho | Dumela / Sesotho sa Leboa | Dumela / Setswana | Dumela / Tshivenḓa | ♂Ndaa / ♀Aa / Xitsonga | Avuxeni English | Goodbye / Afrikaans | Totsiens / isiNdebele | Uhambe kuhle / isiXhosa | Sala kakuhle / isiZulu | Sala kahle / SiSwati | Sala kahle / Sesotho | Sala hantle / Sesotho sa Leboa | Sala gabotse / Setswana | Tsamayo sentlê / Tshivenḓa | Kha vha sale zwavhudi / Xitsonga | Salani kahle There are more translations for "Thank you", Numbers and the Months of the year for all 11 South African languages here too: [see related links]
There are many dozens of languages in Africa, maybe over one hundred. You need to specify which language, or at least which country of Africa. Yes i agree but its mostly Jamb…o
to adults: 안녕하세요 to friends: 안녕
South Africa has 11 official languages, 2 of European origin, and the rest of African origin. Here is a list of how to say Hello and Goodbye in three of these languages. Eng…lish: Hello - Goodbye Afrikaans: Hello = Hallo, Hi = Haai, Goodbye = Totsiens Zulu - Hello = Sawubona (to a singular person), Sanibonani (to a plural group of people) - Goodbye = Sala kahle (to a singular person), Salani kahle (for plural) Here's a complete list of all 11. English | Hello / Afrikaans | Goeiedag / Ndebele | Lotjhani / Xhosa | Molo / Zulu | Sawubona / Swati | Sawubona / Sotho | Dumela / Northern Sotho | Dumela / Tswana | Dumela / Venda | ♂Ndaa / ♀Aa / Tsonga | Avuxeni English | Goodbye / Afrikaans | Totsiens / Ndebele | Uhambe kuhle / Xhosa | Sala kakuhle / Zulu | Sala kahle / Swati | Sala kahle / Sotho | Sala hantle / Northern Sotho | Šala gabotse / Tswana | Tsamayo sentlê / Venda | Kha vha sale zwavhudi / Tsonga | Salani kahle
If you are planning on travel you should know that there are literally hundreds of languages between the regional, tribal and Urban language centers. There are many areas wher…e European influence has played a major role in language development (french, English, German...) so you if you already know one of these languages you might be able to get by. ie Cameroon-French, Kenya-English, South Africa (Afrikaans)- German... The about.com link is helpful - Language (Region) Greeting / Response- Kimeru (Kenya) - Muga / Muga Mono Zulu (SE Africa) - "Saubona," which is literally "good morning." This page might help: http://www.logosdictionary.org/pls/dictionary/new_dictionary.dic.main?u_code=4395&code_language=&language_list=&trg_lg=&word=&phrase_code=4620332&connect_value=946221&procedure_type=ST&subject_code=&num_row=10