what do you say for good morning,how are you and I am fine in your language

India
February 24, 2007 12:31am CST
Just the three to four sentences to grret people in your own language.This way all will learn more and more languages Here I go for Tamil vanakkam, appdi irrkinkgla nalla irrka. Try to figure out and post in your own language.
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@virky0391 (566)
• Indonesia
24 Feb 07
In my languange, Bahasa Indonesia, we say Good Morning = Selamat pagi, How are you = Apa kabar? I'm fine = saya baik-baik saja.
• India
24 Feb 07
selamat pagi.
@bindishah (2062)
• India
24 Feb 07
i think we sai jai jinendra for good morning. Kem chho for how are you Hu majama chhu for i am fine. By the way this is in gujurati.
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• India
24 Feb 07
jai jinendra and thanks
@ygkchaitu (388)
• India
28 Feb 07
My mother tongue is telugu and we greet each other by saying namaskaram, ela vunnaru bagunnara? good to greet in one's own language though official language is always better when you don't know a person.
@ethanmama (1746)
• Philippines
24 Feb 07
Good morning: "Magandang umaga po." How are you: "Kumusta po." I am fine: "Mabuti po." This is Filipino, more specifically Tagalog.
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