What is your mother tongue? How to say good day in your language?lemme learn!

@besthope44 (12146)
India
April 3, 2010 2:28pm CST
Well am curious to know what all are your mother tongue. English is common language for many, besides, there are some sublanguages that we have. I may learn today from you all how to say good day in your mother tongues? My mother tongue is english and My language i know is Hindi(in India), we say it as Subhdin! Share yours!!
8 responses
@bagputza (504)
• Belgium
3 Apr 10
Good Evening dear Besthope44 , interesting discussion , and i apreciate that you have thought about this just a few second before it crossed trough my head and forgot to post and now i see that someone else had thought about the same thing but different from me already poste it. So all i cann do now is participate...so here i go , I live in Belgium for the moment but untill now i have been travelling in different parts of the Europe and USA , but i am born and raised untill the age of 14 years old in Roumania so here you got some little roumanian flavour :P Buna ziua ( Roumanian for Good Day ) Have a nice Evening dear friend.
@besthope44 (12146)
• India
3 Apr 10
Thats nice to hear and am excited to read the first response to this discussion. I was eagerly waiting to know the language. And thats nice me learning an Roumanian language. I am happy that though we are apart on different continents, we are able to share similar thoughts. Thats really nice on you... Hope to have more interesting discussions with you, Buna ziua dear friend!
@besthope44 (12146)
• India
3 Apr 10
I pronounced it now, thats sounds sweet!
• India
4 Apr 10
Hello I am from India too, in Hindi, Oriya and Bengali.... it is Subhdin So Subhdin to you Besthope Thanks for this nice post, cheers Happy easter Prof
@besthope44 (12146)
• India
4 Apr 10
Hi Friend, thanks for sharing this! In India there are more languages and i really wanted to know about languages. Thanks for your response Subhdin dear friend. Happy Easter to you too and your family
@hofferp (4739)
• United States
4 Apr 10
My mother speaks English, so she says "Good morning, afternoon, or evening". She also speaks German, but I can't spell good morning in German, so just know that she does...
@besthope44 (12146)
• India
4 Apr 10
Oh I heard German language is most famous and i see many learning it! Thats ok, nice of you shared with me. Have a Good Day dear friend!
@zoey7879 (3104)
• United States
3 Apr 10
Buenos Dias - Spanish God dag - Swedish & Norwegian Goeie dag - Afrikaans Goedendag/ Goede dag - Dutch
@besthope44 (12146)
• India
4 Apr 10
Thanks thats a great informations you have shared. Spanish, Swedish, Afrikaans and dutch..great i am pronuncing them. Well which one is your mother tongue of all this? Goeie dag dear friend!!
@Ramsesxlll (1436)
• Finland
3 Apr 10
My mother tongue is Finnish and "Hyvää päivää" means good day in our language. It is very hard to pronounce, because there are no ä:s in english... Our other official language (in Finland) is Swedish. It comes from the times when Sweden had conquerred Finland... Now we have to learn it at school, but that's okay because I'm good at it Good day to all of you
@besthope44 (12146)
• India
3 Apr 10
Wow welcome friend, so at Finland, you speak Finnish. Thats nice to know. Let me try pronouncing it Hyvaa paivaa, i really want to spell it right way. I will try it anyhow then. And got some information on history too.. So Sweden conquered yours and there comes the language Swedish...really nice you are good at both the languages.. Thats a nice one Hyvaa paivaa dear friend. Thanks a lot for sharing here!
@urbandekay (18314)
5 Jun 10
I am English but thought I would add a few I know Habari gani - Kiswahili said much as it is spelt Goeie dag - Afrikaans said something like huwie dag but with a gutteral accent on the 'h.' Bonjour French something like bonshur all the best urban
@netcoder (276)
• Philippines
9 Apr 10
my mothers tongue is waray and cebuano and those are some of the local dialect here in my country though our main language is tagalog so we speak and write both of them, in "good day" in waray dialect we say it "maupay nga adlaw" then in cebuano we say "maayong buntag" and in main language whichh is tagalog we say "magandang umaga"
@neildc (17268)
• Lapu-Lapu City, Philippines
6 Apr 10
i am from the philippines and my mother tongue is tagalog. in tagalog, we say "magandang araw". though filipino is our national language, which is includes different dialects like tagalog, cebuano, ilonggo, etc. i still love tagalog which is the first one that i came to learn, before i know and learn some other dialect.