How do you say bye in Nigeria?
The Urhobo word for goodbye is matode. It actually translates to ‘see you tomorrow’ though. Or if you don’t remember any of these, just switch to our ‘lingua franca’ and say, how far na!
What is Zulu for goodbye?
Useful Zulu phrases
|Good night||Lala kahle! (sg) Lalani kahle! (pl)|
|Goodbye (Parting phrases)||Sala kahle (sg) >people staying Salani kahle (pl) >people staying Hamba kahle (sg) >people leaving Hambani kahle (pl) >people leaving Ube no hambo uluhle|
|Good luck!||Ngikufisela iwela! Ngikufisela impumelelo!|
How do you say goodbye in Congo?
A collection of useful phrases in Lingala, a Bantu lanuage spoken mainly in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and in the Republic of Congo.
Useful phrases in Lingala.
|Good night||Butu elamu Lala elamu (Sleep well)|
|Goodbye (Parting phrases)||Tokomonana (frm) Kende malamu (go well) Tikala malamu (stay well)|
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How do you say love in Nigerian?
“Mo ni fe re” is Yoruba for “I love you” and literally translates to “I have your love.” Yoruba language needs little introduction as it is one of the 4 official languages of Nigeria.
How do you say hello in Africa?
- Zulu: Sawubona (Hello)
- Xhosa: Molo (Hello)
- Afrikaans: Hallo (Hello)
- English: Hello.
How do you say bye in South Africa?
- Zulu: Sala kahle (to person leaving)/ hamba kahle (to person staying)
- Xhosa: Usale kakuhle (to person leaving)/ uhambe kakuhle (to person staying)
- Afrikaans: Totsiens.
- English: Goodbye.
How do you say goodbye without saying it?
But if you want to move away from your usual bye-bye, here are phrases you can use:
- Take it easy. Do you feel life is being too hard on a colleague? …
- Have a good one! …
- Have a nice day/week. …
- Until next time! …
- Keep in touch. …
- I gotta say take off! …
- Talk to you later. …
- I’ve got to get going.
What does ciao mean?
Ciao (/ˈtʃaʊ/; Italian pronunciation: [ˈtʃaːo]) is an informal salutation in the Italian language that is used for both “hello” and “goodbye”.
What is God in Lingala?
noun proper interjection /ɡɑd/ /ɡɒd/ Gɔd Gɔdz + grammar. A supreme deity, whose existence (or nonexistence) and other attributes are discussed and/or explained by various religions, doctrines, philosophical theories and beliefs of individuals, although with many disagreements amongst them.
How do you say goodnight in Zimbabwe?
A collection of useful phrases in Shona, a Bantu language spoken mainly in Zimbabwe.
Useful Shona phrases.
|Good night||Urare zvakanaka (sg) Murare Zvakanaka (pl)|
|Goodbye (Parting phrases)||Sara Zvakanaka (sg) Sariayi Zvakanaka (pl)|
How do you greet someone in Sudan?
As a standard practice, along with a strong handshake and a smile, you should start by saying ‘As-Salam Alaykum’ (most of the Sudanese use this greeting regardless of their religion). A reasonable physical distance is important, especially when talking to a superior or a woman (if you are a man).
How do u say hi in Swahili?
There are basically five ways to say hello in Swahili:
- Hujambo or jambo (how are you?) – Sijambo (seeJAmbo) (I am fine / no worries)
- Habari? (any news?) – nzuri (nZOOree) (fine)
- U hali gani? (oo HAlee GAnee) (how are you) – njema (fine)
- Shikamoo (a young person to an elder) – marahaba.
- For casual interactions: mambo?