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How do you say "Thank You"?

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Bump another one :bigsmile:

In Dutch:
Dank je wel (short [b]a[/b] as in bar, j[b]e [/b]as in jew[b]e[/b]l, wel as in w[b]e[/b]ll

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Kha khoan Ka( Thai) Not sure about the spelling. One tough language this one.

Dhanyavadagalu( Kannada)

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[quote name='priya' post='10458' date='Jul 24 2006, 03:31 PM']sort of a nasal 'bong'[/quote]

I had one of them when I was a student.

Thank you in Cornish: "Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaansum moi bewdy!" :bigsmile:

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[quote name='Dr Funkenstein' post='25431' date='Jun 7 2007, 12:59 AM']I had one of them when I was a student.[/quote]

I trust it served you well :closedeyes:

In Manicaland - a province of Zim, thank you in Manyika is Mazvita as in mazweetah.

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[quote name='Dr Funkenstein' post='25431' date='Jun 7 2007, 04:29 AM']I had one of them when I was a student.

Thank you in Cornish: "Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaansum moi bewdy!" :closedeyes:[/quote]

Sure? That thanks sure looks like the effect hasn't worn off.

:yes:

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