How to say thank you in foreign languages.
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How to Say Thank You in Foreign Languages

Want to really say thanks to someone in a foreign land?   Say "Thank You" in their language.   Want to make that thank you card or letter have more meaning use their foreign language.   Place "Thank You" in their language followed by their name in the subject of your "Thank You" card or letter.


How to Say Thank you in:
Language Albanian Armenian Arabic Austrian Azerbaijani
Thank you Faleminderit Shenorhakal yem Shukran Dankschen Sayol
Language Basque Belarussian Bengali Bulgarian Chinese (Cantonese)
Thank you Eskerrik asko Dziakuju Dhanyabad Blagodaria Do jie
Language Chinese (Mandarin) Croatian Czech Danish Dutch
Thank you Toa chie Hvala Dekuji Tak Dank je
Language English Estonian Farsi Finnish French
Thank you Thank you Aitah Tashakkur kiitos Merci
Language Georgian German Greek Hindi Hungarian
Thank you Gmadlob Dankeschoen Efharistó Danyavad köszönöm
Language Irish Gaelic Italian Japanese Korean Latin
Thank you Go raibh maith agat Grazie Arigato Go mop sum nee dah Gratias ago
 
Language Latvian Lithuanian Malayalam Norwegian Polish
Thank you Paldies Aciu Nanhi Takk Dziekuje
Language Portuguese Romanian Russian Serbian Slovenian
Thank you Obrigado(M) Obrigada(F) Multumesc Spasiba Hvala Hvala
Language Spanish Swedish Turkish Ukrainian Welsh
Thank you Gracias Tack Tesekkur Dyakuyu Diolch
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