How to say “Thank you” in 50 Languages?

When we travel foreign countries, we often don’t know how to speak local language and it’s hard to communicate with local people. However, if you say “Thank you” in their language instead of in English, you are putting a big smile on their faces 🙂 

 

“Thank you” is a such magic word to show your appreciation and respect for the local and their culture. It’s simple follows with great communication!

 

Here you will find how to say “Thank you” in 50 languages.

Language
Afrikaans Dankie.
Albanian Faleminderit.
Arabic شكرًا (shkrana)
Armenian Շնորհակալություն: (Shnorhakalut’yun:)
Bengali ধন্যবাদ। (dhan’yabāda.)
Bosnian Hvala.
Cantonese 多謝 / 唔該 (do1 je6  / m4 goi1)
Catalan Gràcies.
Chinese (Simplified) 谢谢 (Xièxiè)
Chinese (Traditional) 謝謝 (Xièxiè: ㄒㄧㄝˋ ㄒㄧㄝˋ)
Croatian Hvala.
Czech Děkuji.
Danish Tak.
Dutch Bedankt.
English (American) Thank you.
English (British) Thank you.
Esperanto Dankon.
Finnish Kiitos.
French Merci.
German Danke.
Greek Σας ευχαριστούμε. (Sas efcharistoúme.)
Haitian Creole Mèsi.
Hindi धन्यवाद। (dhanyavaad.)
Hungarian Köszönöm!
Icelandic Takk.
Indonesian Terima kasih.
Italian Grazie.
Japanese ありがとう (arigatō )
Korean 감사합니다 (kamsahamnida)
Latin Gratiam ago.
Latvian Paldies.
Macedonian Ви благодарам. (Vi blagodaram.)
Norwegian Takk.
Polish Dziękujemy.
Portuguese (Brazil) Obrigado.
Portuguese (Portugal) Obrigado.
Romanian Mulțumesc.
Russian Спасибо. (Spasibo.)
Serbian Hvala.
Slovak Ďakujem.
Spanish (Latin America) Gracias.
Spanish (Spain) Gracias.
Swahili Asante.
Swedish Tack.
Taiwanese (MinNan) To-siā./Lóo-la̍t. (多謝/勞力)
Tamil நன்றி. (naṉṟi.)
Thai ขอบคุณ (k̄hxbkhuṇ)
Turkish Teşekkür ederim.
Vietnamese Cảm ơn.
Welsh Diolch.

Merci Beaucoup!

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