Another important business phrase to know is “thank you.” Check the list below to see how to say “thank you” in twenty languages. The language is listed first, then the native spelling, then an American-English pronunciation. The stressed syllables are bold.
Hindi – धन्यवाद (don-ya-vaad)
Mandarin Chinese – 谢谢 (she–a-she-a)
Spanish – gracias (In Mexico: grah-sea-us) and (In Spain: grah-thee-us)
Arabic – شكرا (shoe-kahran)
Bengali – ধন্যবাদ (hun-knew-bodt)
French – merci (mair-sea)
Ukrainian – Дякую (dya-koo-you)
Portuguese – Obrigada (oh-bree-gah-duh)
Urdu – شکریہ (shoe-kree-uh)
Indonesia – Terima kasih (tear-ee-ma-kah–see)
German – Danke (don-kuh)
Japanese – ありがとうございます (ah-ree-got–oh-go-zi-muss)
Marathi – धन्यवाद (done-ya-wad)
Telugu – ధన్యవాదాలు (don-ya-wall-da-you)
Turkish – teşekkür ederim (tay-say-coo ay-day-rum)
Tamil – நன்றி (non-chree)
Korean – 감사 해요 (gom-sa hey-yah)
Vietnamese – cảm ơn (cam-un)
Persian – ممنون (mawm-noon-nan)
Finnish – Kiitos (kee-i-toshe)
We hope this list helps you in your business dealings! Bookmark it so you can find it later.
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