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Hi, can you translate this in any foreign language that you know. Please specify the language and if possible the pronunciation.

Good Morning

How are you?

What is your name?

My name is Ray. (Insert your name instead)

In Spanish:

Buenas dias.

Como estas?/Que pasa?

Como se llama?

Me llamo Ray./Mi nombre es Ray.

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Hi, can you translate this in any foreign language that you know. Please specify the language and if possible the pronunciation.

Good Morning

How are you?

What is your name?

My name is Ray. (Insert your name instead)

Brazilian Portuguese

Bom dia

Como vai você? / or / Tudo bem?

Qual é o seu nome?

Meu nome é Ray

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In Serbian:

Dobro jutro. (Добро јутро.)

Kako si? (Како си?)

Kako se zoves? (Како се зовеш?)

Moje ime je Aleksandar / Zovem se Aleksandar. (Моје име је Александар / Зовем се Александар.)

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Hi, can you translate this in any foreign language that you know. Please specify the language and if possible the pronunciation.

Good Morning

How are you?

What is your name?

My name is Ray. (Insert your name instead)

In Dutch

Goedemorgen

Hoe gaat het?

Hoe heet je / Wat is jouw naam?

Ik heet Amren / Mijn naam is Amren.

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In Norwegian:

God morgen!

Hvordan går det?

Hva heter du?

Jeg heter Ray.

In European Portuguese:

Bom dia!

Como estás?/Tudo bem?

Como te chamas?

Eu chamo-me Ray/O meu nome é Ray

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Hi, can you translate this in any foreign language that you know. Please specify the language and if possible the pronunciation.

Good Morning

How are you?

What is your name?

My name is Ray. (Insert your name instead)

Here's a translation to Cebuano (A Filipino Dialect)

Good Morning. ---> Maayong buntag.

How are you? ---> Kumusta, ka?

What is your name? ---> Unsa ang imong ngalan? (mostly, "L" is omitted, so it becomes [nga'n]

My name is Ray. ----> Akong nga'n kay (Ray).

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Japanese:

おはよう ohayou (o-ha-yoh)

おげんき? o-genki? (o-gen-kee?)

おなまえは? o-namae wa? (o-na-ma-eh-wa?)

レイです。 rei desu (Ray dess)

Swedish:

God morgon (pronounced like Go-morron)

Hur mår du? (hoor mohr doo?)

Vad heter du? (Vahd hey-ta doo?)

Jag heter Ray (Ja hey-ta Rai (as in "rise"))

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Hi, can you translate this in any foreign language that you know. Please specify the language and if possible the pronunciation.

Polish:

Good Morning - Dzień dobry

How are you? - Jak się masz?

What is your name? - Jak masz na imię? (first name); Jak się nazywasz? (second name)

My name is Ray. (Insert your name instead) - Mam na imię Jan (formal); Jestem Jan (informal)

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In Romanian:

Good Morning

Buna Ziua [boona zeewa]

How are you?

Ce faci? [Tche fatchi?]

What is your name?

Cum te cheama? [Coom t keeama]

My name is Ana.

Ma cheama Ana. [Maa keeama Ana]

Hope this helps :)

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I'm Cornish so here's the Kernewek (Cornish) for you:

Good morning - myttyn da - (mittin 'da)

How are you? - Fatla genez? - (Fatla 'ghenez?)

What is your name? - Pyth yu dha hanow?  - (pith you tha 'hanno?)

My name is John - Ow hanow yu John - (ow 'hanno you John)

Stress marked with an apostrophe before the syllable. Pronunciation and spelling may vary slightly due to the nature of Cornish.  :smile:

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Translating this into Filipino language  :wink:

Good Morning - Magandang Umaga!

How are you? - Kumusta ka?

What is your name? - Ano ang iyong pangalan? or Ano ang pangalan mo?

My name is Ray. - Ang pangalan ko ay Crystal

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Hi, can you translate this in any foreign language that you know. Please specify the language and if possible the pronunciation.

Good Morning

How are you?

What is your name?

My name is Ray. (Insert your name instead)

In Urdu:

Subha Khair

Aap kaise hain? (if asking a male)

Aap kaisi hain? (if asking a female)

Aapka naam kya hai?

Mera naam Sheera hai.

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Hi, can you translate this in any foreign language that you know. Please specify the language and if possible the pronunciation.

Good Morning

How are you?

What is your name?

My name is Ray. (Insert your name instead)

Of course! Check this out in Russian:

"Доброе утро." Which is pronounced, "Dobroye ootro" is "Good morning".

"Как дела?" Which is pronounced, "Kak dyela" is "How are you"?

"Как тебя зовут?" Which is pronounced, "Kak tyebya zovoot" is "What is your name"? That's informal for friends and such. But if you want to be polite you can use:

"Как вас зовут?" Which is pronounced, "Kak vas zovoot"

"Меня зовут Алексис." Which is pronounced, "Menya zovut Alexis" is "My name is Alexis".

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Good Morning - Spanish: Buenos Dias! Japanese: Ohaiyo! (Informal) Ohaiyogozimasu (Formal)

How are you? - Spanish: Como estas? (Informal) Como esta usted? (Formal) Japanese: Genki desu ka?

What is your name? - Spanish: Como te llamas? (I can't remember in Japanese. >_<)

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