How do you say "Good Morning" in your native language?

Philippines
January 30, 2007 11:11am CST
In my case it's "Magandang umaga po." "Po" is used to give high regards and respect to the one you're saying that to. =) How about you? How do you say "Good Morning" in your native tongue?
5 responses
@yueliu (1623)
• China
31 Jan 07
In our native tongue,we say"???.","?"=good,"??"=morning,and u can pronounce like this"zao shang hao."
• Philippines
31 Jan 07
I see.. =) I thought that was Japanese. =) It's hard to tell Chinese letters with Japanese ones especially Kanji. =) Thanks! Zao Shang Hao! =)
@mkeanel01 (975)
• Philippines
31 Jan 07
we are the same dude..magandang umaga po.. sometimes all i say was "gandang umaga"..hehehe..
• Philippines
31 Jan 07
Ahaha. I noticed there are lots of Filipinos in this site. =) Well, I think that's good. We could relate most of the topics here with ease hehe.. =)
@alokmis (224)
• India
30 Jan 07
IN INDIAN LANGUAGE HINDI ITS CALLED "SUBH PRABHAT"
• Philippines
31 Jan 07
That's nice. Hey, I don't even know how I'm supposed to read that. =P
@wm69love88 (3466)
• China
31 Jan 07
I am Chinese,in my native tongue"good morning" is ???,can you speak it?zao shang hao,this is its pronunciation,i'm sure you'll learn it.
@dholey (1384)
• India
31 Jan 07
in Hindi (INDIAN LANGUAGE) it is SU-PRABHAT