Saying “Thank You!” in 140 Languages
Since it’s Thanksgiving in the U.S., I wanted to say Thank You!
AHAthat has created a number of phrase books where we translated popular phrases into more than 100 languages. The AHAbook referenced in this post is for the phrase “Thank You!”. When a person has done us a favor and we want to express our feelings of gratitude for the deed, it is one of the times when we would use this phrase. That said, Thank You is more than a phrase. It is a responsibility to pass on the love received. In this AHAbook you will learn 140 languages in saying “Thank You!”
Here are five translations. Why don’t you go directly to the AHAbook and share more of them on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn or G+:
- Eskerrik asko! (Thank You! in Basque) — in 140 languages http://aha.pub/ThankYou [click to tweet]
- Salamat! (Thank You! in Filipino) — in 140 languages http://aha.pub/ThankYou [click to tweet]
- gomabseubnida! (Thank You! in Korean) — in 140 languages http://aha.pub/ThankYou [click to tweet]
- Takk skal du ha! (Thank You! in Norwegian) — in 140 languages http://aha.pub/ThankYou[click to tweet]
- Diolch! (Thank You! in Welsh) — in 140 languages http://aha.pub/ThankYou [click to tweet]
Thank You! is available via AHAthat. You can see all 140 AHAs and share one or more of them socially at Thank You! (Start sharing great quotes along with other amazing AHAleaders at a click of a button. AHAthat gives you access to great content for free within seconds.)
Also, check out http://aha.pub/phrases for our growing library of phrase books which are absolutely fun to share.
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