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How to Say Thanks in
Different Languages
thank you - тнαηкš
Select the languages that
you would like to say thank
you in . There are about 20
common ones, and thousands of
uncommon languages.


Start small, get good at what
you have, and then grow.
When you find your answers,
write them here and you can
come back and look at your
findings later, whenever you like.

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Maltese: Grazzi

Swahili: Asante

Armenian: Shnorhakalutiun

Afrikaans: Dankie

A'Leamona: Gra al or Gra
[pronounced grah or grah ahl]

Chinese: (Mandarin) Xie Xie
(谢谢)(Pronounced: Shyeh Shyeh)

Czech: Dekuju/Dekujeme

Bosnian: Hvala

Croatian: Hvala

Khmer (Cambodian): Or Kun

Vietnamese: Cam On [pronounced:
caam-ungh]

French: Merci

Finnish:Kiitos (sounds like: KEE-
tos. Like "toast" without the last
"t")

Bulgarian: Blagodariya

Italian: Grazie

Urdu: Shokriya [pronounced:
shook-ree-ah]

Polish: Dziękuję

German: Danke (schön) - (dahn-
kuh (shurn)

Spanish: Gracias

Greek: Euxaristo (efhar-ist-oh)

Lithuanian: Ačiū

Japanese: Arigatou [pronounced:
A-rii-gah-to'] (informal)/Domo
arigato gozaimasu [pronounced:
A-rii-gah-to' goh-zae-mas]
(formal)

Korean: Gomapsupnida
[pronounced: go-mahp-soop-nee-
dah]

Korean: Gamsahapnida
[pronounced: gam-sa-ham-nee-
dah]

Thai: Kop kun krap [if you're
male]/ Kop kun ka [if you're
female]

Dutch: Dank je [pronounced:
Dannk yuhh]or Bedankt
[pronounced: buh dannkt]

Portuguese (Brazil, Portugal,
etc): Obrigado [if you're male]/
Obrigada [if you're female]

Kurdish: Spaas

Persian: Mamnoon

Lao: Khopjai

Tamil: Nandree

Slovak: Dakujem [dyock-we-em]

Hebrew: Todah

Danish: Tak

Icelandic: Takk Fyrir

Turkish: Teşekkür ederim (Thank
You) Sağol (Thanks)

Nepali: Dhanyavaad (isn't said as
frequently as a thank you in
english)

Bengali: Dhonnobaad (written in
Bengali similar to Hindi)

Hindi: Dhanyavad or Shukriya

Mandarin Chinese: 谢谢 / Xiè Xiè
(pronouce it: she'eh, she'eh
(fast, and keep it short... don't
draw out anything)

Arabic: Shokrun

Tagalog: Salamat (po). (Thank
you, (sir/madam.)) Maraming
salamat (po).(Thank you very
much, (sir/madam.)) Maraming
salamat sa inyong lahat. (Many
thanks to all of you.)

English: Thank You

Malay: Terima Kasih

Welsh: Diolch

Russian: Спасибо (sounds like
spa-see-ba)

Romanian: Mulţumesc
(Multzumesc)

Albanian: Faleminderit

Norwegian: Takk - thanks, Tusen
Takk - thankyou very
much(direct translation:
thousand thanks)

Irish: Go raibh (míle) maith agat
[sounds: gu rev (me-la) mah agh-
ut] {means: (a million) thanks to
you}

Punjabi: "Dhan Waad"

Filipino: "Salamat"

Romanian: Mulţumesc(pronounced
mool-too-mesk)

Swedish: "Tack"

Telugu: "Dhanyavaadaalu" ;
"Kruthagnathalu"

Buryat: hайн даа (pronounce it:
hain daa)

Latin: Gratias tibi ago

Shona: Wazvita hako (singular),
mazvita henyu (plural or
respectfully)

Ndebele: Siyabonga


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