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09-26-2007, 01:49 AM

I'm Native American, Chinese, Japanese, African, and European so...

native(I'l like six different types so I'l just say it in Nathul) - Osiyo
Chinese- Ni hao ma
japanese- komban wa
African- I'm not sure which part of Africa I'm from so sorry about that
European - hello, bonjour/salut

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09-26-2007, 09:03 PM

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I'm Native American, Chinese, Japanese, African, and European so...

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European - hello, bonjour/salut
Right, only 2 languages are spoken in Europe


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09-26-2007, 09:29 PM

EDIT: nevermind I totally misread that.

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09-26-2007, 09:58 PM

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I'm Native American, Chinese, Japanese, African, and European so...

native(I'l like six different types so I'l just say it in Nathul) - Osiyo
Chinese- Ni hao ma
japanese- komban wa
African- I'm not sure which part of Africa I'm from so sorry about that
European - hello, bonjour/salut
` i'm no expert in chinese but i thought ni hao ma meant How are you?

also, doesn't native mean where you were born? how can you be born in 4 continents?? if its possible tell me. so can have my children like that so they can have a lot of passports

hehe. person above is right... only two languages in europe??
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hey is "s" a sh or an s??
s=s and š=sh
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11-25-2007, 12:00 PM

well, I KNOW how to say hello in Russian it's... Privyet


Privyet!!!

oh and goodbye is...

Paka!
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12-01-2007, 12:47 AM

In norway it's "hei" or "hallo" as the most used ones. Also "morn/god morgen (good day)" and "god kveld (good evening)" as more formal ones.
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12-01-2007, 01:55 PM

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In my mother tongue from Algeria (Kabyle) we say AZUL, or SALAM ALIK
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That's interesting, in spanish azul means blue, any ways:

Hello-english
Hola-spanish
chiho-chila- heringosa
hehe funny in my language azul (writen like that and all) means blue!!
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` i'm no expert in chinese but i thought ni hao ma meant How are you?

also, doesn't native mean where you were born? how can you be born in 4 continents?? if its possible tell me. so can have my children like that so they can have a lot of passports

hehe. person above is right... only two languages in europe??
I have to agree with Noodle Ni Hao ma means How are you!

In my language is Olá or Oi!
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yorichan here, or Ana Corpse if you like,
from campbellford, ontario, canada.
HI.
that's how you say hi here....pretty interesting huh?
yup boring old hi from boring old campbellford, ontario, canada.

this is the most interesting thing here, a giant tooney.a giant freaking TOONEY. that's worth two dollars, or two hundred yen.
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