Discussion in 'General Lounge' started by KayZaman, Oct 25, 2016.
Easy. Say "Hello" in your language.
"gibe mony plz or i report u" is a way of saying hello and it's beautiful
Else try "oi"
Um... it's kind of hard to write down a West Indian accent... -_-
"Hi, how're you?"
--jkjk, that's my second language but somehow I'm more familiar with it than my first, which is Chinese.
"Hola, como estas?" - currently learning, failing, and getting C's in :/ For some reason I'm really, really bad at writing letters to and talking with people in it. I can read and understand most of what people are saying, just can't seem to be able to speak it myself...
Try post a picture how you write.
"Hello", "Hey", "What's up"
or my second language
In English, salutations.
No, it's literally just saying "hey" in a Jamaican accent. There's really nothing fancy to it.
"Hallo!" German isn't really that different from English...
As a bonus, in Latin and Ancient Greek I would greet someone with "salve(te)" and "χαῖρε / χαίρετε", respectively. (Student of classical philology over here )
"Ciao" or more formal "Salve"
What language, you may ask? It's Sundanese. It's spelled "saam-poor-ah-soon".
The meaning? I forgot the hidden meaning of this but it's roughly translated as "Hello"
The boxes in parentheses are supposed to be the same word in Aksara Sunda...
I say Hiya or Heya usually but it's meant to be Hello.
Ciao or salve.
Привет / Privet (Russian)
Vampire: Blah blah blah
English: Hello. I use a variety of synonyms though. I'm not sure about other languages but there are many slang/shortened or alternative ways to say hello in English. For example: Hi, hey, yo, howdy. Additionally, indirect ways of saying Hello can also imply saying hello. For example: Good morning/morning (also good afternoon and good evening), what's up/sup, how's it going/how are you, etc...
Hello. Hi. Howdy.
Moving this to General Lounge.
Don't feel bad. I used to know French ages ago, now I can no longer speak it. I can still read it however... (can't write in it though, how goofy is that?) lol
Separate names with a comma.