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I'm getting tired of speaking English. I need to learn new languages.

I try not to speak English on a daily basis, but I hunger for new words. So, if you could help me, I would appreciate it. Let's play a little wall post game.

Below, post 10 phrases and/or words in your native language and what they mean.

They could be common phrases, random quotes, and every day words such as Hello and How are you? ANYTHING!

This is fun because other users would see this note and learn multiple words.

Here are some Navajo words and phrases. Enjoy!

Navajo (English)

Bighan hózhónígo ádayósin = They keep their house nice and clean.
* Bi  (he, she, it, they, theirs) ghan (referring to someone's home)
* hózhóní (space or area)  go (verb/action)
* ádayósin (verb meaning 'they keep')

'Atsá Biyáázh = February
*  'Atsá  (eagle)
* Bi (he, she, it, they, theirs) yáázh (little, small, young, tiny)

Shinálí = Paternal grandfather/grandmother
* Shi (I, me, my, mine)
* nálí (paternal grandparent)

Nich'ah = Your hat.
* Ni (you, yours, directly speaking to you)
* ch'ah (hat, cap, visor)

Diné = Navajo people. A member of the Navajo.

Yá'át'ééh = Greetings, Hello, Fine, Suitable, Good
- Can also be used as a verb

Áyoo anííníshí' = I Love You

Céline naaltsoos shi chiiłį' = Céline sends me books.
* naaltsoos (paper(s), books)

Mą'ii = Coyote

Tsé Bit'a'í = Shiprock Peak

Nínáhádleeh = It Transforms.

Lol, You can probably tell I'm anticipating the sequel to Transformers.

Updated 7 years ago

at 10:28 pm UTC on March 6, 2010
Some French phrases =) :

- Je vais me coucher = I go to bed
- Je ne peux pas supporter l'odeur des bleuets = I can't stand the smell of blueberries :p
- Je m'en fou = I don't care
- Le Français est la plus belle langue du monde = French is the most beautiful language of the world  :p
- Je ne te dérange pas plus longtemps = I don't disturb you anymore
- J'ai faim = I am hungry
- Je veux faire le tour du monde = I want to travel all around the world
- La vie est injuste aux meilleurs moments = Life is unkind at the best of time
- C'est tout ce dont j'ai besoin pour me sentir vivant = This is all I need to feel alive
- Heureux de t'avoir rencontré = Nice to meet you

at 5:20 pm UTC on December 15, 2009
My mother tongue is known as "Waray-Waray".. Actually, we have at least 87 dialects here in the Phil. and this is just one of those dialects. I know Tagalog too, since it's our national language..I know Chinese and Korean too.. But i'm just a beginner of Korean...

Follow the pattern..
English - Waray2x - Tagalog - CHinese
Good Morning - Magandang Umaga - Maupay nga Aga - tsaw an
How are you? - Kumusta ka? - Kumusta na? - ni hao ma?
I am Paula - Ako ay si Paula - Ako hi Paula - wo sher yang pau i.
I don't know - Hindi ko alam - diri ak maaram - wo pu cher tao.
I love you - Mahal kita - ginhihigugma ko ikaw - wo ai ni
What are you doing? - Anong ginagawa mo? - Ano imo inhihimo? - ni tswou sha ma?
Thank you. - Salamat. - Salamat/ Damo na salamat. - Xie xie ni.

a little Korean..
Hello - Annyeonghaseyo
My name is Paula. - Je Ireum eun Pa ul ra imneedah.
Nice meeting you. - Man na seo ban gap seumbnida.
Thank you. - gam sa hamnida.
I'm sorry. - Mi an hamnida

i also know little Japanese, but not sure if I got it right..hehe
I am Paula. - watashi wa Paula desu.
Nice meeting you. - Dozo Yorishiku.
Hello - Konnichiwa.
Excuse me, where is this? - Sumimasen, doko desu ka?..


at 11:18 am UTC on December 13, 2009
Some fun Koreans for you.
These r mostly either new words or slangs. wont be in a dictionary.

ORDER : In korean - pronouncing using English letters(doesnt exactly work thou) - meaning and further explanation if needed.

1.품절녀(poom jeol nyeo)- no equivalent in english as i know. newly coined word refering to a beautiful woman already married or in a relationship.
품절 ; derectly translated to "out of stock" + 녀 ; a suffix meaning "female."

2.쭉쭉빵빵(jjuljjuk bbangbbang) - bombshell, well toned, curvy, hot
3.까불지마(gga bul ji ma) - Behave !
U can use this if someone's trying to do nasty things to u(mostly someone much younger than u or an underdog).
used both in a serious situation to threaten s1, as well as in a funny way between lovers, or among friends

4.훈남(hun nam) - guy with charm even if he's not statuesk. new coined word.

5.찌질이(jji jil ee) - opposite from hun nam. dorks or nerds. not attractive.

hew,,, 5 for now. sorry for my laziness..:p 

at 4:20 pm UTC on November 30, 2009
Here's some more French :
J'ai 21 ans - I'm 21 years old
Je suis contente - I'm happy
Je suis triste - I'm sad
Je suis désolée - I'm sorry
J'apprends le français - I'm learning French
J'en ai marre de l'anglais - I'm sick of English
J'ai envie d'autre chose - I want something else
J'aimerais - I would like
J'adorerais - I would love
J'y pense souvent - I'm thinking about it often
Ces temps-ci - those days
Tu m'as manqué - I missed you
Tu me manques - I miss you
Je me sens seul - I'm feeling lonely
Je me sens bien - I'm feeling good

at 11:12 pm UTC on July 27, 2009
not su du* :)

at 11:10 pm UTC on July 27, 2009
some more swedish

ett bi = bee
snabbt = quickly
vad sa su? = what did you say?
skär = pink
purpur = purple
färger = colors
en fjäril = butterfly
en kackerlacka = cockroach
en flygplats = airport
jag är amerikan = i'm American
libertad20 29Krasnoyarsk
at 12:16 pm UTC on July 27, 2009
Hi, as i promised i am going to post here some RUSSIAN guotes.

Любви все возрасты покорны - All ages are submissive to love.
Лучше синица в руках, чем журавль в небе. - Better a tomtit in your hand than a crane in the sky.
Видно птицу по полету - A bird may be known by its flight
Не делай из мухи слона - Do not make an elephant out of a fly
Кто не рискует, тот не пьет шампанское - He who doesn't risk never gets to drink champagne.
Маленькие дети – головная боль. Большие дети – боль сердечная. - Small children give you headache; big children heartache.
Скажи мне, кто твой друг, и я скажу кто ты - Tell me who's your friend and I'll tell you who you are
Хочешь быть счастливым - будь им - If you want to be happy, be

at 1:18 pm UTC on July 18, 2009
Hi, Rylie...
Here are some Balinese....
By the way, I only speak the Balinese low-go... ha.. ha..
Lower that the low-go sometimes..^_^;

How are you? = Ken ken kabare?
I'm fine. = Becik becik dogen.
Thank you very much.= Matur Suksema
Excuse me. = Sugra.
How much is this? = Aji kuda niki?
No problem. = Sing ken ken.
I have no money. = Sing ngelah pis.
I don't know. = Sing nawang.
Where are you going? = Lakar kija?
Where are you from? = Uli dija?
I'm going home. = Tiang mulih malu na.
VoiceWithin 35Århus
at 5:48 pm UTC on July 17, 2009
Here's a little bit Danish :)

Hej = Hi/Hello
Godmorgen = Good morning
Godnat = Goodnight
Hvordan går det? = How are you?/How's it going?
Hvor kommer du fra? = Where are you from?
Jeg hedder Anne = My name is Anne
Jeg er 27 år = I'm 27 years old
Jeg elsker dig = I love you
Jeg har savnet dig = I've missed you
Du ser godt ud = You're handsome

I can't think of more right now :) But feel free to ask at anytime

at 1:08 pm UTC on July 11, 2009
So far... no Sinhalese..
So, I think I add some ^_^
No, I don't speak Sinhalese. My friend taught me (Thank you Snowflake ^_^)

How are you? = kohomada sapa saneepa
I am fine = hondin innawa
Nice to meet u = hamuweema sathutak
Good morning = suba udasanak
Good afternoon = suba dhawalak
Good night = suba rathriyak
You are very nice = Oya hari hondai 
Happy birthday = suba Upandinayak weva
Happy anniversary =  suba sanwathsarayk weva
Congratulations = subapathum
Same to you = obatath esema weva
I didnt eat my lunch yet = taama kama kave neha
Thank u very much = bohoma isthuthi
You're welcome = obatath isthuthi
I love u = mama oyata aadarei
I want to marry u = mata oyawa vivaha kara gannna one
Shall we go to the beach = api muhudu veralata yamuda?
What u eat for breakfast = oya udeta monawada keve?
Did u sleep well last night = oya iye re hondata nida gaththada
What is your father said? = oyage thaththa mokada kivve?
Is ur mother sick? = oyage ammata asaneepada?
Did you eat rice? = oya bath kevada?
Shall we sing? = api sinduwak kiyamuda?
Can I kiss u tonight = mata oyava ada reta imbinna puluvanda?
kjinny 39Chon Buri
at 5:01 am UTC on July 3, 2009
Thai language
Sa wad dee ( hello)
Sa bai dee mai (Hi, how are you?)
Pen ngai bang (What's up?)
Chan  cheu .....(My name is …)
chan sa bai dee (I'm all right)
sa wad dee ton choa(Good morning)
La korn (Goodbye)
Chan chob koon(I like y
Chan rak koon(I love you)
koon kid young ngai(What are you thinking about?)
bok chan keaw kup tue koon(Tell me something more about yourself)

at 11:16 am UTC on July 2, 2009
Spanish sentences (frases españolas):
Buenos días: good morning
Buenas tardes: good afternoon
Buenas noches: good evening/good night
¿Cómo estás?: How are you?
Estoy bien: I'm fine
Gracias: Thank you
¿Estudias ó trabajas?: Do you study or work?
¿Cómo te llamas?: What's your name?
Me llamo ...: My name's ...
Te quiero: I love you
Me gusta: I like it
DanishGalPal 27Hjørring
at 8:44 am UTC on June 30, 2009
Danish phrases:

- Godmorgen = Good morning.
- Godaften = Good evening.
- Mit navn er.... = My name is....
- Hvad er dit navn? = What is your name?
- Jeg er .. år gammel = I'm .. years old.
- Hvordan går det / Hvordan har du det? = How are you?
- Jeg har det godt = I'm fine.
- Ses senere = See you later.
- Jeg elsker min familie og venner = I love my family and friends.
- Hvad har du lavet? = What have you been up to?
- Hyggeligt at møde dig = Nice to meet you :)
- Farvel = Goodbye.


at 8:21 am UTC on June 30, 2009
Hello - Hallo (pronounced the same way as in English)
How are you?  -  Hoe gaan dit met jou?
Good thanks  -  Goed dankie
What are you doing today? - Wat maak jy vandag?
Dad - Pappa
Mom - Mamma
Sister -  Suster
Brother  -  Broer
I love you  - Ek het jou lief
I like you  -  Ek hou van jou
Bye  -  Totsiens

at 7:23 am UTC on June 28, 2009
Here are some Estonian phrases to learn :)

Tere (Hello)
Kuidas läheb? (How are you?)
Mul läheb hästi (I am doing well)
Minu nimi on Anni (My name is Anni)
Mis sinu nimi on? (What's your name?)
Me oleme sõbrad (We're friends)
Ma armastan sind (I love you)
Täna on ilus pühapäev (Today is a lovely Sunday)
Homme on jälle tööpäev (Tomorrow is a working day again)
Sa näed väga ilus välja (You look very nice)
Ma armastan koeri (I love dogs)
Ma armastan sind (I love you)
Sa oled mulle kallis (You're dear to me)
Mul on jalas kollased botikud (I am wearing yellow rubber boots)
Ma lähen korjan täna mõned maasikad (I'll go and pick some strawberries today)
Mul on aias õunapuu ja ploomipuu (I have an apple and plum tree in my garden)
Tervitusi Eestimaalt (Greetings from Estonia)
Head aega (Bye)
Lunari 23Niagara Falls
at 3:55 pm UTC on June 25, 2009
This is Irish dialect. :)

Cad is ainm duit- What is your name?
Dé tha thu ah deanamh- What are you making/doing?
Conas ata tu?- How are you?
Tapadh leat- Thank you [there are other ways, but I am most familiar with this one]
Eireann go Brach!- Ireland Forever!
Craic- Good time, fun
Ca as duit?- Where are you from?
Dia dhuit- Hello
Slán!- this is an informal good-bye. :)

at 5:44 am UTC on June 23, 2009
Some Indonesian....^^

How are you? Apa kabar?
Good morning. Selamat pagi.
Good day. Selamat siang.
Good afternoon. Selamat sore.
Good evening. Selamat petang.
Good night. Selamat malam.
Thank you. Terima kasih.
Thank you very much. Terima kasih banyak.
You're welcome. Terima kasih kembali.
Happy birthday. Selamat ulang tahun.
Congratulations! Selamat!
Good luck. Semoga berhasil.
Good bye. Selamat tinggal.
Indiana_Jane 29Sunrise
at 7:02 pm UTC on June 22, 2009
I don't have any useful languages so here is some Latin:

** a couple tips** - "v"s sound like "w"s.  Ancient Latin doesn't really have silent letters, but their are vowel combinations (diphthongs) tlike ae, oi, ou etc.  The Romans didn't use j or w.

Salve: (sal way) hello/greetings
Vale: (wal-ay) farewell/be well

Denuone Latine loquebar?  - Was I speaking Latin again?

Canis meus id comedit-   My dog ate it.

Romans weren't well known for their pleasantries so let's cover some insults:

Non est sana puella/pueri/vir/mulier : The girl/boy/man/woman is insane

Catapultam habeo. Nisi pecuniam omnem mihi dabis, ad caput tuum saxum immane mittam.        : I have a catapult.  If you do not give me all your money, I shall throw a huge rock at your head.

Recedite, plebes! Gero rem imperialem! - Stand back plebians! I am carrying out imperial business.

Antiquis temporibus, nati tibi similes in rupibus ventosissimis exponebantur ad necem.  - In ancient times, children like you were left on the most windswept cliffs to die.

Utinum barbari spatium proprium tuum invadent. -May barbarians invade your personal space.

Totius vobis frontem tabernae sopionibus scribam. -I shall write rude things about you all over the tavern wall.

at 11:58 am UTC on June 22, 2009
here's some Dutch ^^

hello = hallo / hoi
good morning = goedemorgen
good afternoon = goedemiddag
good evening = goedenavond
sleep well = weltrusten / slaap wel
how are you = hoe gaat het (met je) ?
i'm fine = met mij (gaat het) goed.
bye = doei
see you later = tot ziens
enjoy your meal = eet smakelijk
thanks = dankje / dankjewel
please = alsjeblieft (can also mean like 'here you are')
pardon = pardon
sorry = sorry
do you speak english = spreek je Engels?
can you help me? = kunt u me helpen?
do you have... = heeft u ...
can i ... = kan ik ...

at 3:43 am UTC on June 22, 2009
♫ He who does not (know how to) look back at his past (where he came from) will not reach his destination.  --famous proverb here in my place--

♫ Ang hindi marunong lumingon sa pinanggalingan, hindi makakaratíng sa paroroonan. (Tagalog)
♫ Ang dili motan-aw sa ginikanan dili moabot sa aladtoan. (Cebuano)
♫ El hente ke no sabi mira donde ele estaba hinde ele pwede liga donde le anda. (Zamboangueño Chavacano)

(here i translated it in the languages i use throughout the day)

at 8:56 pm UTC on June 21, 2009
Céline naaltsoos shi chiiłį'

That's my favorite :) Lol!

And how do you say : "Céline will send me my next package next week"?

at 8:53 pm UTC on June 21, 2009

hello : szia
I love you: szeretlek
you are cute : aranyos vagy
you are sweet : édes vagy
you look good: jól nézel ki
You are beautiful: szép vagy
I'm happy: boldog vagyok
Good morning: jó reggelt
Good night: jó éjszakát
kiss: csók
I'm crying: sírok
How are you?: hogy vagy?
I'm fine: jól vagyok
thanks: köszönöm
I'm not fine: nem vagyok jól.
I'm ill: beteg vagyok
would you like to be my friend: szeretnél a barátom lenni?
I miss you: hiányzol
goodbye ( for an adult or a stranger): viszlát
goodby ( for your friends): szia
Tai_Costa 37Rio de Janeiro
at 10:34 pm UTC on June 18, 2009
Navajo!!! So strange and interesting... lol
: )

at 9:31 pm UTC on June 18, 2009
ti kaneis? (how are u)
euxaristo (thnx)
gia (hi)
kalinihta(good night)
kalimera (good morning)
adio (bye)
Se awhapo (i love u)
ta leme(cu)
ise poli omorfos(you are really handsome)
ti ora ine? (whats the time?)
poso kani?(how much does this costs?)
pinao(i'm hungry!)
thipsao(i'm thirsty)
FannyL 26Monterrey
at 8:26 pm UTC on June 18, 2009
i had never heard of najavo before :O
seems interesting

at 5:46 pm UTC on June 18, 2009
Hey, here are some croatian words and phrases:

1. Bok, kako si? (Hi, how are you?
2. Hvala (Thank you)
3. Dobar dan (Good afternoon)
4. Laku noć (Good night)
5. Gdje živiš? (Where do you live?)
6. Volim duga pisma. (I love long letters.)
7. Ljeto (Summer)
8. Moram ići. (I have to go.)
9. Moje ime je... (My name is...)
10. Oprosti. (I'm sorry.)
Vendolina 26London
at 9:38 pm UTC on June 17, 2009
Ahoj (Hello) / Dobré ráno (Good morning) / Dobrý den ("Good day" - common greeting,you can say it all day ^^) / Dobré odpoledne (Good afternoon) / Dobrý večer (Good evening) / Dobrou noc (Good night) ....
Jmenuji se Vendy (My name is Vendy)
Je mi 18 (osmnáct) let. (I'm 18 years old)
Jsem češka/američanka. (I'm czech/american)
Ráda / Rád tě poznávám (It's nice to meet you - female/male)
Jak se máš? (How are you?)
Jak je? (What's up?)
Mám se dobře. (I'm fine)
Co děláš? (What are you doing?)
Poslouchám hudbu (I'm listening to music) / Čtu si (I'm raeding) / Píšu si s kamarádama (I'm talking to some friends) / Nudím se (I'm bored) ....
I love you (Miluji tě)
I like you (Líbíš se mi)
Mám hlad / žízeň (I'm hungry / thirsty)
Jsem zamilovaná / zamilovaný (I'm in love - female/male)
Jsem šťastná / šťastný (I'm happy - female/male)
Není mi dobře or Je mi špatně (I'm sick)
Jsem nemocná / nemocný (I'm ill - female/male)
Nashledanou (Goodbye)
Uvidíme se později (See you later)
Zatím (Later)

By the way this is a great idea =D

Tai_Costa 37Rio de Janeiro
at 8:04 pm UTC on June 17, 2009
OK, let's talk Portuguese!

Meu nome é Tainã ( My name is Tainã)
Qual o seu nome? (What's your name?)
E aí, tudo bem? (Hey! How are you?)
Tudo bem / Estou bem (I'm fine)
Obrigado (Thank you)
Quantos anos você tem? (How old are you?)
Onde você mora? (Where do you live?)
Bom dia / Boa tarde / Boa noite (Good morning, evening, night)
Desculpa / Desculpe-me (Sorry)
Estou aprendendo espanhol (I'm learning spanish)
Estou ( it can be "TÔ" too) com fome (I'm hungry)
Tô com sede (I'm thirsty)
Você é lindo (male) / linda (female) (You are handsome / beautiful)
Que horas são? (What time is it?)
Vamos à praia (Let's go to the beach)
O que você está fazendo? (What are you doing?)
Eu te amo (I love you)
Eu te adoro / Eu gosto de você (I like you)
Feliz aniversário! (Happy birthday!)
Oi / Olá (Hi)
Estou cansada(female) / Estou cansado (male) (I'm tired)
Até daqui a pouco (See you later)
Mãe / Pai (mum and dad)
Gato / Cachorro (Cat/ dog)
Tô sentindo a sua falta (I have been missing you)
Senti sua falta (Miss you)
Tô feliz / triste (I'm happy/sad)

at 7:47 pm UTC on June 17, 2009
okay here goes

japanese enjoy :3

hello: konnichiwa
my name is...: watashi no namae wa...
what is your name?: anata no namae wa nandesuka?
where do you live?: anata wa doko ni sunderu no?
happy birthday: otanjyobi omedeto
its hot: atsui
its cold: samui
im thirsty: nodo kawaeta
im hungry: onaka suita 
i love you: aishiteru yo 
good morning: ohayyo (informal)  ohayyo gozaimasu (formal)
good night: oyasumi (informal)    oyasumi nasai (formal)
how are you?: ogenki desu ka?
may i kiss you?: kissu shite ii?

at 7:29 pm UTC on June 17, 2009
Here are some words in swedish:

I like you - "Jag gillar dig"
I love you - "Jag älskar dig"
My dog - "Min hund"
My cat - "Min katt"
My boyfriend - "Min pojkvän"
My girlfriend - "Min flickvän"
Mom - "Mamma"
Dad - "Pappa"
Girl - "Tjej/Flicka"
Boy - "Kille/Pojke"
See you later - "Vi ses senare"
I'm happy - "Jag är lycklig"
I live in a small house with my parents - "Jag bor i ett litet hus med mina föräldrar"
seasonspring 30Shenzhen
at 2:27 pm UTC on June 17, 2009
Here are some sentences from The Analects of Confucius.
the philosophy in these sentence have deeply influenced Chinese life and thought.
子曰:有朋自远方来,不亦了乐乎(isnt is great when friends visit from distant place?)
子曰:吾日三省吾身,为人谋而不忠乎。与朋友交而不信乎。传不习乎。(each day i examine myself in three ways:in doing things for others, have i been disloyal? In my interactions with friends,have i been untrustworthy? Have not practiced what i have preached?)
子曰:不患人之不己知,患不之人也.(i am not bothered by the fact that i am unknown. i am bothered by the fact that i do not know others).
Confucius said: "At fifteen my heart was set on learning, at thirty i stood firm, at forty i had no more doubts, at fifty the mandate of heaven, at sixty my  ear was obedient,at seventy i could follow my heart's desire without transgressing the norm."

iiiohiii 26Osan
at 10:29 am UTC on June 17, 2009
이름이뭐에요? - Wha­ts your name?
몇살이에요? - How old are you?
사랑해 - ­I love you.
좋아해 - ­I like you.
고양이 - cat
강아지 - dog­
꿀 - honey
옷 - clothes
하얗다 - white
호랑이 - tiger
mybeeme 25Pécs
at 9:53 am UTC on June 17, 2009
Mi a neved?---Whats your name?
Hogy vagy?---How are you?
Te idióta--- You are an idiot.
Isten áldjon!--- God bless you!
Szeretlek---I love you
Unatkozom---Im bored
FannyL 26Monterrey
at 4:54 am UTC on June 17, 2009
Que onda? (whats up)
Me llamo Estefanny (my name is estefanny)
me gusta la musica (i like music)
tengo que ir al baño (i have to go to the bathroom)
donde está tu casa? (where's your house?)
no me siento bien (i dont feel well)
como te llamas? (whats your name?)
disculpame/perdóname (forgive me/excuse me)

at 9:07 am UTC on June 16, 2009
Here we go : )

Je m'appelle Céline (my name is Céline)
J'adore lire (I love reading)
Ma passion, c'est l'écriture (my passion is writting)
J'aime voyager (I like travelling)
Salut ! (Hi!)
Comment vas-tu aujourd'hui? (How are you doing today?)
Merci (thank you)
Qu'as tu fait aujourd'hui? (what have you done today?)
A plus tard ! (See you later!)
Tu es une personne adorable (you are a very nice person)

at 8:51 pm UTC on June 15, 2009

at 8:03 pm UTC on June 15, 2009
Well, I've seen some german speaking people already posted something:) I thought to make it a little more difficult and will choose words which can be translated in two ways, weither you want to speak the german spoken in germany or in austria:

potatoes=Kartoffeln (german)/Erdäpfel (austrian)
apricot=Aprikose (german)/Marille (austrian)
green beans=grüne Bohnen (german)/Fisolen (austrian)
sheet=Laken (german)/Leintuch (austrian)
pancake=Pfannkuchen (german)/Palatschinken (austrian)

There are many, many more but I think I will stop here. Now to words which sound very similar but have a completely different meaning:

gift (engl.) = Geschenk (german)
Gift (german) = poison (engl.)
mist (engl.) = Nebel (german)
Mist (german) = junk (engl.)
eventually (engl.) = schließlich (german)
eventuell (german) = maybe (engl.)
to become (engl.) = werden (german)
bekommen (german) = to get (engl.)

So, enough for today;-)

kinkerlitzchen 27Berlin
at 5:09 am UTC on June 15, 2009
Guten Tag   =  Hello [good day]
wie geht's?  =  how are you? [how does it go?]
Danke, mir geht es gut, und dir? = thanks i'm fine, and you?
Ich heiße...  =  i'm called...
Mein Name ist... = my name's...
ich lerne Deutsch  = i'm learning german
Danke  = thanks
bitte  = please / here you are
Tschüss  = see you

at 4:44 pm UTC on June 14, 2009
Ya'at'eeh :)) Halente ? Hahaha.Dude that's a deal you teach me Dine bizzad and I'll teavch you Italian :) Pronto ? ( ready ?).Cominciamo (let's go)

1) CIAO = HI (also used for bye,informal)



4) SONO STANCO (I'M TIRED,male speakin)/SONO STANCA (female speakin)







Hope this helps dude ! You're a smart guy =) next time Diine bizzad t'eiya bee yashti doo ;) ahe'ee' shi k'is,adaa aholya ! Hago'nee ! Diego

at 2:04 pm UTC on June 14, 2009
japanese that could be used daily

ohayo -hello

genki desu ka - how are you?
genki desu- i'm fine

ii tenki desu ne - it's nice out, isn't it?
torie wa doko desu ka -where is the bathroom
nani - what?
doshiyo- what should i do?
gambatte-do your best!
Darnikia 29Kiev
at 1:51 pm UTC on June 14, 2009
And – even though Greek is not my native language – I dare to present it here as well:

1. Γειά! (Ya!) – Hi! and Bye! at the same time.
    Γειά σου! (Ya su!) – Hello! * Used mainly in familiar address or to a younger person or inferior
    Γειά σας! (Ya sas!) – Hello! *Used to address several persons/ polite and formal address.
    Καλημέρα! (Kalimera!) – Good afternoon!/ Hello!
    Καλησπέρα (Kalispera!) – Good evening!/ Hello!
2. Ναι. (Ne) – Yes.
    Όχι. (Ochi) – No.
3. Τί κάνεις; (Ti kanis?) – How are you?
    Τί γίνεσαι; (Ti ginese?) – How are you doing?
    Τί γίνεται; (Ti ginete) – What’s up?
    Καλά. (Kala) – Fine/ Good.
    Μια χαρά! (Mia chara!) – Great.
4. Ευχαριστώ. (Evcharisto) – Thank you.
    Παρακαλώ. (Parakalo) – You’re welcome.
    Τίποτα. (Tipota) – Any time.
5. Με λένε... (Me lene...) – My name is...
    Πώς σε λένε; (Pos se lene?) – What’s your name?
    Χαίρω πολύ! = Χάρηκα! (Chero poli! = Charika) – Nice to meet you!
6. Σ’αγαπάω (sagapao) – I love you.
7. Κάλλιο αργά παρά ποτέ (Chalio arga para pote) – Better late than never.
8. Η ηλιόλουστη Ελλάδα (i iliolusti Ellatha *th like in they) – Sunny Greece.
9. Ουδέν κακόν αμιγές καλού (Uthen kakon amiges kalu *th like in they) – Every could has a silver lining. * In Ancient Greek.
10. Εν οίδα ότι ουδέν οίδα (En itha oti uden itha *th like in they) – One thing only I know, and that is that I know nothing. *Socrates’ quote in Ancient Greek.
     Ένα γνωρίζω, ότι δεν ξέρω τίποτα. (Ena gnorizo, oti then ksero tipota) – The same in Modern Greek.
Darnikia 29Kiev
at 1:51 pm UTC on June 14, 2009
Kindest greetings from Ukraine! Here are some phrases in Ukrainian. *Capital letters inside the words show the correct stress.

1. ДОброго дня! = ДобрИдень! (Dobroho dnia! = Dobryden’!) – Good afternoon!
    ПривІт! (Pryvit!) – Hi!
    ВітАю! (Vitaiu!) – Hello!
2. Так. (Tak) – Yes.
    Ні. (Ni) – No.
3. МенЕ звАти… (Mene zvaty…) – My name is...
    Як тебЕ звАти? (Yak tebe zvaty?) – What’s your name?
    ПриЄмно познайОмитись! (Pryiemno poznaiomytys’!) – Nice to meet you!
    РАда тебЕ бАчити! (Rada tebe bachyty!) – Glad to see you!
4. Як спрАви? = Як життЯ? (Yak spravy? = Yak zhyttia?) – How are you?/ What’s up?
    Чудово./ Добре. (Chudovo/ Dobre) – Great/ I’m fine.
5. ДЯкую! (Diakuiu!) – Thank you.
    ПрОшу! = БУдь лАска! (Proshu! = Bud’ laska!) – You’re welcome.
    НемА за що. (Nema za shcho) – Any time.
6. Я люблЮ тебЕ. (Ya liubliu tebe) – I love you.
    Ти мій найкрАщий друг (Ty miy naykrashchyi druh) – You’re my best friend.
7. ЖиттЯ прекрАсне. (Zhyttia prekrasne) – Life is beautiful.
8. Я обОжнюю вивчАти мОви (Ya obozhniuiu vyvchaty movy) – I adore learning languages.
9. Без вербИ і калИни немА УкраЇни. (Bez verby i kalyny nema Ukrayiny) – One cannot imagine Ukraine without willow and snowball tree. *These plants are kind of national symbols of Ukraine, and that’s a well-known Ukrainian saying.
10. ДрУжбу не кУпиш за грОші. (Druzhbu ne kupysh za hroshi) - Friendship is not to be bought at a fair.
karolinaa 26Wrocław
at 11:32 am UTC on June 14, 2009
A little bit of Polish:

Cześć, jak się masz? (Hi, how are you?)
Co tam u Ciebie? (What's up?)
Mam na imię … (My name is …)
U mnie wszystko w porządku (I'm all right)
Dzień dobry (Good morning)
Do widzenia (Goodbye)
Lubię Cię (I like you)
Kocham Cię (I love you)
O czym myślisz? (What are you thinking about?)
Powiedz mi coś więcej  o sobie (Tell me something more about yourself)

at 6:55 am UTC on June 14, 2009
Here are some Russian phrases but written in latin letters:

Menja zovut Inna.( My name is Inna)
Privet! Kak dela? (Hi! How are you?)
U menja vse horosho (I`m OK)
Ja skuchala po tebe-female tells/ Ja skuchal po tebe-male tells (I`ve been missing you)
Bylo zvorovo snova uvidet tebja (It was nice to see you again)
Chto ty segodnja delal?-if you ask male/ Chto ty segodnja delela?-if you ask female (What have you done today?)
Dobroe utro! (Good morning!)
Spokojnoj nochi! (Good night!)
Ty mne nravishsja (I like you)
Ja ljublju svoju mamu (I love my mom)
Ja ljublju tebja (I love you)
Budem druzjami! ( Let be friends!)
Esche uvidimsja! (See you later!)
Ja darju tebe tsvetok ( I give you a flower)
Ty krasivaja/krasivyj (You`re beautiful/handsome)
Ja schastliv-male/ Ja schastliva-female (I`m happy)
mirmag 25Lörrach
at 6:42 am UTC on June 14, 2009
Hallo (hello)
Wie geht es dir? / wie geht's? (how are you)
Was machst du? ( what are you doing?)
Mir geht es gut / Mir geht's gut ( im fine/good)
Ich brauche weltweite Hilfe ( I need world wide help)
Ich habe Hunger / Durst ( I am hungry / thirsty)

at 5:37 am UTC on June 14, 2009
Here are some finnish phrases to you:

Minun nimeni on Mari. (My name is Mari).
Hei! Mitä sinulle kuuluu tänään? (Hi! How are you doing today?)
Minulle kuuluu hyvää. (I'm just fine)
Minun on ollut ikävä sinua. (I have been missing you).
Oli kiva nähdä sinua taas! (It was nice to see you again!).
Mitä olet tehnyt tänään? (What have you done today?)
Huomenta! (Good morning!)
Hyvää yötä! (Good night!)
Olet todella mukava! (You are really nice!)
Minä rakastan äitiä! (I love my mom!)
Minä rakastan sinua! (I love you!)
Älä anna minun häiritä. (Don't let me disturb you.)
Oli kiva kun kirjoitit! (It was nice you wrote to me!)
Nähdään myöhemmin! (See you later!)
Annan sinulle kukkasen. (I give you a flower).
Olet kaunis / komea. (You are beautiful / handsome).
Olen onnellinen! (I'm happy).