How to Say Hello in Different Languages


We will discuss how to say hello in different languages. But firstly, we will discuss the usage of this word. We use hello word while we receive a call from a person or we dial by ourselves.

No matter which language we are speaking but in the word most of the people use to say hello while they talk on mobile phone. If you are fond of travelling around the world you will come to know the importance of saying hello word. You will definitely want to know that how to say hello in other languages.

Before we speak hello to any person, we must learn how you should say it or how you can express it by your body language. It is very simple and you have no need to worry about the expressions while saying hello or any word. Just recall the expressions you use while saying hello to your friends in your native language.

You have different expressions while you speak hello to your teacher or to your friends. The criteria are different for both of these relations. You speak in different way to the girls or boys. The methods are different for both of these relations. It is us who decide to speak and express the same word in different ways.

If you are a business man and visit other countries you say hello in other ways as you say hello to your colleagues and friends. If you are religious scholar then you have different body language and different speaking style.

In short if you are saying hello to the younger person than you, you say it in different way however, if you are speaking to the person who is elder than you. You speak it in different style and your expressions are also different for the younger person or the person who is on small post than you.

It is art when you speak to someone and he or she put attention to your words. If they are feeling awkward it means your expressions are not much good to them. Although your attentions were totally positive.

But if someone is into you definitely, they will speak to you with better answer but not everybody loves you. So be careful when you say hello to other persons. You can travel around the world and will know it that how interesting and necessary of learning that how you can say any word in other languages.

There are 6000 plus languages that are spoken around the world that you can learn how to say hello in different language. But here we will discuss few of them so you could speak these words easily when they are needed around any corner of the world you visit. So, learn at least few words and then move towards next words. These words will help you to learn more words from other languages.

Here are the 5 different languages to say “hello”

  1. French

In French language we formally speak Bonjour instead of saying hello that we use for greeting someone and we normally speak it English language. But many languages have already adopted this word and people even do not know that what is the meaning of word hello.

  1. Spanish

In Spanish the word hello has different sound and pronunciations. “HOLA” is used for the word hello. It is quite easy and resembling with the English word hello but this word has its own history.

  1. Russian

In Russia we speak Zdravstvuyte to say hello or greeting someone.

  1. Chinese

In China people make different sound for each word they speak. There is no concept for formal or informal expressions. They just speak the word. Nin Hao is used instead of saying hello to anybody.

  1. Italian

Italian language is very interesting language around the word. If you ever get a chance to visit Italy. Just say “Salve”. It is greeting that Italian people use to say when they visit to someone.

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