7 Words - A Personal Development System
No   ·   Hello   ·   Thanks   ·   Goodbye   ·   Please   ·   Sorry   ·   Yes

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February 01, 2012    7 Comments

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No Hello Thanks Goodbye Please Sorry Yes 

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Sonia (Feb. 1, 2012)

<p>No, hola, gracias, adios, por favor, perdona, si. In relation to sorry, I said perdona which is I am sorry, the real meaning of the noun perdon is forgiveness, but in Spanish to say I am sorry we say perdona, which is an imperative/subjunctive for forgive me. You could say "lo siento", literally "I feel it", it would mean equally I am sorry. Hope this helps!</p>

Katerine (Feb. 1, 2012)

<p>Here are the words in Turkish: No - Hayır Hello - Merhaba/Selam (informal) Thanks - Teşekk&uuml;rler Goodbye - Elveda Please - L&uuml;tfen Sorry - &Ouml;z&uuml;r dilerim Yes - Evet</p>

Helen (Feb. 1, 2012)

<p>In Estonian: No - Ei, Hello - Tere, Thanks - Ait&auml;h, Goodbye - Head aega, Please - Palun, Sorry - Vabandust, Yes - Ja</p>

Giedrius (Feb. 1, 2012)

<p>In Lithuanian: Ne, Labas, Ačiū, Sudie, Pra&scaron;au, Atsipra&scaron;au, Taip.</p>

Graciela (Feb. 1, 2012)

<p>Agree with Sonia. No means no, hello means hola, thanks means gracias, goodbye means adios, please means por favor,sorry means perdon,disculpa,lo siento .That's what we say when we bump against somebody by accident, and yes means si.</p>

Kaveesha (Feb. 2, 2012)

<p>Latvian: Nē, Sveiks, Paldies, Ardievu/Paliec sveiks, Lūdzu, Piedod, Jā</p>

Sylvia (Feb. 6, 2012)

<p>Dutch: No is Nee, Hello is Hallo, Thanks is Dank je wel, Goodbye is Dag, Please is Alsjeblieft, Sorry is Sorry, Yes is Ja</p>

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