How to say Thank You in 50 different languages

How to say Thank You in 50 languages

 

As an avid traveler, we’d always recommend picking few phrases to survive in non-English speaking countries. And yes today’s post is all about –How to say “Thank You” in 50 different languages.

    1. Afrikaans – dankie
    2. Bangladesh – Dhanyabad
    3. Bosnian (Bosnia and Hercegovina)  – Hvala
    4. Burma – cè-zù tin-ba-deh
    5. Arabic shukran
    6. Afghanistan – Shukriya
    7. Australia –  ta
    8. China (Cantonese) –  do jeh
    9. Czech –  dêkuji
    10. Croatia – hvala
    11. Danish – tak tahg
    12. Dutch – Dank u
    13. Estonian – Aittäh
    14. Greenland – Qujan
    15. Papua New Guinea – Neseke
    16. Finland – kiitos
    17. French – merci
    18. German  danke
    19. Hungary – Köszönöm
    20. Greece- efharisto
    21. Hebrew – toda
    22. India –  sukria
    23. Indonesian/Malayan –  terima kasih
    24. Iceland – Takk
    25. Italian  grazie
    26. Latvia – paldies
    27. Japanese  arigato
    28. Korean  kamsa hamnida
    29. Madagascar – Misaotra
    30. Maldives – shukuriyyaa
    31. Norway –  Takk skal du ha
    32. Nigeria – Imena
    33. New Zealand –    Cheers
    34. Philippines (Tagalog) salamat po
    35. Poland – dziekuje
    36. Portugual –  obrigado
    37. Pakistan – Shukriya
    38. Russia – spah-see-boh
    39. Spain –  gra-see-us
    40. Sri Lanka (Sinhak) – isst-too-tee
    41. Swahili – ah-sahn-teh
    42. Sweden – tahkk
    43. Spain – gracias
    44. Slovenia – Hvala
    45. Thailand –  kowpkoom-krahp/khak
    46. Turky – teh-sheh-kur=eh-deh-rim
    47. Seychelles – Mersi
    48. Oman – Shukran lak
    49. Peru ( Quechua) – añay
    50. Zambia ( Nyanja) – Zikomo

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Happy Traveling !!!

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3 Comments

  • Reply
    Chaitali Patel
    June 14, 2016 at 8:34 am

    Nice post! Just the other day we were teaching our 4 year old daughter how to say hello in different languages! 🙂

    • Reply
      The Tales of a Traveler
      June 21, 2016 at 4:46 am

      Aww .. that’s so sweet and kids do learn faster than us. I still struggle to recall it at the exact time and situation 😉

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    Karthik Linga
    September 27, 2017 at 5:04 am

    Thank you for such a nice collection of languages to say thank you. It will be very useful for my upcoming travel journey. Will bookmark and will use those languages in my upcoming days.

    Thanks for sharing ! Keep Sharing !!

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