How do you say "thank you" and "you're welcome" in your native language?

Thank you = شكرًا and it's pronounced like "shoukran"
you are welcome = عفوًا and it's pronounced like "af-wan", it doesn't literally mean "you are welcome" but this is what we say if someone thanked us.


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  • Thank you = 'merci' and you're welcome = 't'ass gär geschitt'.. well, luxembourgish is quite weird haha

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    • It's close to French right?

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    • I want to visit someday.

  • Lebanese just say "Merci" hehe.. oor shukran... aand we prefer "tekram" or "ahlan" as you're welcome ^^

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  • Thank you = Paldies
    You're welcome = Nav par ko

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    • Do you speak Russian? Because I assume a lot of Latvians do right?

    • A little bit, I've been learning it for 6 years but I'm shit at it and only know the basics. :D

  • We say: 'Shukria' for thank you.
    And for welcome, the proper word I think is : 'Adaa'b' but i'm not 100 percent sure...

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  • Teşekkür ederim/vielen Dank ; birşey değil/nicht der Rede wert~> turkish/german

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    • Sehr gut... Ich spreche ein bisschen Deutsch :)

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    • You can respond with 'nicht der rede wert', because 'herzlich willkommen' means that you invite someone somewhere! :)

    • Haha I always say " herzlich willkommen" , now I realize that I was always wrong lol

  • Thank you = شكرًا
    You are welcome = لا شكرن على واجبك

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  • I already told you! :P

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  • Thank you.

    You're welcome.
    lol

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  • Cheers no problem

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  • Irish

    Go raibh maith agat Thank You
    (GUR-uh Muh HAG-ut)
    Ta failte romhat You're Welcome
    (TAW FAWL-cheh ROH-it)

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    • That's hard to pronounce

    • You get used to it - It is my native language but not many speak it so we mainly speak English .

  • "thank u bro 8) "

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  • Thank you:
    Dutch: Dank je wel.
    French Merci bien
    ===
    "you're welcome":
    Dutch: Je bent welkom
    French: Soyez (vous êtes) le bienvenu /la bienvenue. when welcoming someone.

    Dutch "graag gedaan"
    French "avec plaisir"
    When someone says "Thank you"

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  • Arabic looks so cursive and nice :)

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  • bless up mi yute

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  • Thank you = شكرًا
    you are welcome = على الرحب والسعة

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    • But this is just the Modern Standard Arabic, we don't use "على الرحب والسعة" in our regular talks. this is why I didn't mention it although it fits the meaning of "you are welcome" more than "عفوا"

  • Thank you = I guess if I want things done right, I have to do it myself.

    Your welcome = I ain't your slave, next time get your own things.

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  • Thank you= تسلم يا كبير
    You're welcome= تعال كل يوم/ على راسي

    Can't be more accurate than that lol

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  • Thank you: Salamat/Gracias/Danke
    You're welcome: Walang anu man/Bienvenido/Bitte schön

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  • "Thank you"
    And
    "You're welcome" ^_^

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