How do you say hello in all 11 languages in South Africa?
How to say ‘hello’ in all 11 of SA’s official languages
- English. Hello!
- isiNdebele. Lotjhani!
- isiXhosa. Molo!
- isiZulu. Sawubona!
- Sepedi. Dumela!
- Setswana. Dumela!
- Sesotho. Dumela!
- Xitsonga. Avuxeni!
How do you say good morning in 10 different languages?
Good Morning in Different Languages
- French = bon matin.
- Spanish = buenos días.
- German = guten Morgen.
- Italian = buongiorno.
- Portuguese = bom dia.
- Farsi/Persian = sobh bekheir.
- Hindi/Indian = suprabhat.
- Chinese = zǎoān.
How do you say thank you in 11 languages in South Africa?
I will also provide you with information on the greetings in the 11 South African languages, as well as how to say thank you in the South African languages.
How to say thank you.
How do you say good afternoon in South Africa?
4- Goeie middag
This is the Afrikaans greeting that means: “Good afternoon.” This greeting is used between noon and dusk.
Can you say hello in other language?
The chart below outlines how to say hello in thirty different languages.
How to Say Hello in Different Languages.
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What is hello in Swahili?
To say hello in Swahili, say jambo. You can also say hujambo (pronounced hoo-JAHM-boh) if you want to greet someone more formally. Habari (pronounced hah-BAH-ree), which literally translates to “news,” is often used to say hi too.