These Unique Ways To Say 'Hello' In 15 Different Languages Can Help You Stand Out

This year, say 'hello' differently!

These Unique Ways To Say 'Hello' In 15 Different Languages Can Help You Stand Out
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On November 21, the planet celebrates 'World Hello Day' just to encourage people to take the opportunity to simply greet each other, and recognise how important simple face to face communication is in our lives. 

The purpose is pretty simple, to promote peace all over the world, and bridge barriers between every nationality. Quite a simple thought, right? But, holds a great message within it.

*FYI* The celebration of the day began in 1973 in acknowledgment of the conflict between Israel and Egypt and post that over 180 countries took part in it. 

Now, it's your time to start and greet strangers today, and I am here to guide you with simple but different languages to say hello! 

French: Bonjour

French: Bonjour

Pronounced as: bohn-ZHOOR

Majorly spoken in: France, Belgium, Switzerland.

You can also use Salut (sah-LUU) to greet your friends any time of the day. 

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Spanish: Hola

Spanish: Hola

Pronounced as: oh-LA

Majorly spoken in: Apart from Spain, Spanish is the main language of Central and South American countries.

German: Hallo/ Guten Tag

German: Hallo/ Guten Tag

Pronounced as: guten-tag

Majorly spoken in: Germany, Australia, Switzerland.

Italian: Ciao

Italian: Ciao

Pronounced as: chow

No doubt, majorly speak in Italy only.

Portuguese: Ola

Portuguese: Ola

Pronounced as: oh-LAH

Majorly spoken in: Portugal, Brazil, Angola.

Persian: Salaam

Persian: Salaam

Majorly spoken in: Iran, Afghanistan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Bahrain.

Russian: Zdras-Tvuy-Te

Russian: Zdras-Tvuy-Te

Pronounced as: ZDRA-stvooy-tyeh

Majorly spoken in: Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan.

Japanese: Ohayo

Japanese: Ohayo

You can also use the word: Konnichi Ha (Kon-nee-chee-wa)

Now, we know something other than just 'bullet trains' from Japan.

Korean: Ahn-Young-Ha-Se-Yo

Korean: Ahn-Young-Ha-Se-Yo

Now, it seems a bit tough to learn!

Mug-up, mug-up!

Turkish: Merhaba

Turkish: Merhaba

Majorly spoken in: Turkey and Cyprus.

Mongolian: Sain Baina uu

Mongolian: Sain Baina uu

Heard this language before?

Majorly spoken in: Mongolia, China.

Hungarian: Szia

Hungarian: Szia

Majorly spoken in: Hungry, Austria, Croatia, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia.

Chinese: Nei Ho

Chinese: Nei Ho

Pronounced as: nee-how

Now, this is something, most of us might be knowing before!

Greek: Yah Sahs

Greek: Yah Sahs

Majorly spoken in: Greece and Cyprus

Hausa: Sannu

Hausa: Sannu

You might not have heard the name of this language.

Well, Hausa is the native language of inhabitants of Nigeria and Northen Nigeria, but it is also used as lingua franca in many countries of Central and West Africa.

So, which one do you like the most?

So, which one do you like the most?
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What are you supposed to do on World Hello Day? Greet 10 people. That's it!

They might be your friends and family, but how interesting it would be if you greet strangers? And, do try it with the people you barely speak. 

These different languages are the best way to prepare for the day. So, try it out and enjoy your day.

Also, if you know any other languages, then do share it with us. Share this with your friends. 

Would you like to say hello to your friends in these different languages?