what do say for"hello, good morning"

India
May 15, 2007 12:44pm CST
well how is hello and good morning pronounced in your language........................ in my language it is "namasthey"
8 responses
• China
9 Jun 07
In Chinese it's "Zao Shang Hao" or simply "Zao".
• India
23 Jun 07
hi there, "Zao"
@happymom1 (1179)
• United States
15 May 07
I came from Philippines but got married here in America. Thats cebuano dialect just like spanish.
• India
16 May 07
hey "hello maayong buntag"
@reachravi (453)
• India
15 May 07
Hey...what a coincidence ..for me also its "Namaste:..Hehe...by the way where are you from..and since how long you have been in mylot...
• India
16 May 07
well i have been in mylot since about 5 months and I am from pune .............. where are u from.? and thank u for replying
@happymom1 (1179)
• United States
15 May 07
In my dialect that is hello, maayong buntag".
• India
15 May 07
hey that's nice to hear form u, which language is it.?
@MANSHAA (324)
• India
28 Jan 08
hello n good morning is in english namaste in hindi namaskaram in tamil.
• Germany
22 Jan 08
hallo and guten Tag in german....
@Dasidasi (35)
• China
22 Dec 07
In my language(Chinese), it is like this, "nihao,zaoshanghao!” But in modern world , people say "nihao"in formal occasions, usually young people just very casually say something instead of this phrase.
• Pakistan
30 Nov 07
We say “Adaab” for hello and “subho bakhair” for good morning. As concerned with prounounciations it is some thing vocal and relates to voice. These are the words of Persian language, but are adopted by Urdu. We also used Arabian world “Assalam o Alaikum” or “salam: in short, which means “may peace be up on you.