How do you say "Good Morning" in your own dialect or language?

@n30wing (4768)
Philippines
November 20, 2008 10:31pm CST
In my province General Santos it's Maayong Buntag, in Tgalog it 'Magandang umaga! How about you guys? Have a nice Morning to all of you!
5 responses
@modstar (9608)
• Philippines
2 Dec 08
I'm from the southern part of the Philippines and we say "Buenas Dias" in our dialect. I speak Chavacano which sounds a little bit like spanish only slower and with different words coming from other dialects.
• India
2 Dec 08
we say "su prabhat" in hindi i am from india.
@n30wing (4768)
• Philippines
2 Dec 08
I am learning! In my language is Magandang umaga sa iyo! in english Good Morning to you! Have a nice day to you!
@MKBORA (80)
• India
21 Nov 08
hi friend... well i am from india, the land with many religion, many language, different type of courtesy and different ways to show respect. but traditionally we greet others with folded hands and say "namaste", and you know what, we can say namaste anytime(morning, afternoon, evening). hindi is the national language, and in hindi "suprabhat" stands for good morning. "namaste" to you sir.
@n30wing (4768)
• Philippines
22 Nov 08
Anyway please call me just n30wing my friend. I'm feeling old when someone calls me sir my friend. Namaste to you! I am learning thanks! Have a nice day to you!
@eiram25 (1077)
• Philippines
21 Nov 08
i'm from cebu.so good morning here is 'maayong buntag!".it's kinda like the same there in gensan.
@n30wing (4768)
• Philippines
22 Nov 08
Well I think it's kind a the same. Anyway Maayong buntag sa imo! Have a nice day to you!
• India
6 Dec 08
In my language Hindi we say "Shuv Subhah" or "Namaste" in morning. But generally use "Good Morning" only through out India.