How do you say " SEE YOU AGAIN " in your language ?
26 Jun 08
In Indonesian, similar with yours: “Sampai jumpa lagi!” or “Sampai bertemu lagi!” or “Sampai ketemu lagi!” (the last one is informal). In Japanese: “Mata aimashoo!” or “Mata aimashoo ne!” or “Jaa, mata!” or “Jaa, mata ato de na!” (the latest two are informal) :P In Chinese language: “Zai jian!”
22 Jun 08
Hello curious. I can give you 2 versions for that. In Filipino (Tagalog) - "Hanggang sa Muling Pagkikita" In Ilocano (A dialect in the Philippines) - "Akita tan to Manen" I'm from the Philippines and we have a lot of dialects here. I hope I could learn some more but right now I only speak Tagalog and Ilocano. "Naimbag nga aldaw mo", that's how we say "Have a great day!" in Ilocano...
28 Jun 08
Hi friend, when parting off our friend. We usually don't say see you again. But simply see you. In our mother tongue, that is in malayalam we say veendum (again) kanaam (see). The word you is understood in that. Really linguistics are interesting. Thanks.