How to Say Green in Different Languages

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Here’s how to say green in different languages:

Chinese – lǜ  (綠色)

Danish – grøn

Dutch – groen

Finnish – vihreä

French – vert

Greek – prásino (πράσινο)

German – grün

Haitian Creole – vèt

Icelandic – grænn

Irish – glas

Italian – verde

Japanese – midori (緑)

how to say green in Japanese - midori
Miss Midori (that’s Miss Green in Japanese) –

Norwegian – grønt

Portuguese – verde

Russian – zelenui (зеленый)

Spanish – verde

Swedish – grön

Vietnamese – xanh

Welsh – gwyrdd

French Pronouns


THERE are many French pronouns and they are more complicated than pronouns in English. Their forms change based on their function in the sentence. In this article, we’ll look at subject pronouns.

French Pronouns (Les Pronoms Français)

A pronoun is a word that is used to substitute a noun or even another pronoun. In French, the subject pronouns – also called nominative pronouns – are as follows:

1st person (singular) – je ; (plural) – nous

2nd person (singular) – tu (informal), vous (formal) ; plural – vous

3rd person (singular masculine) – il ; (plural masc.) – ils

(singular feminine) elle ; (plural fem) elles

– – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –

Here are the English equivalents:

je – I

nous – we

tu/vous – you

il – he

elle – she

ils – they (masc.)

elles – they (fem.) Elles is only used if the group is all female or feminine nouns; mixed groups take ils.

These are the subject French pronouns.

Please in French


THE way to say please in French is s’il vous plaît.

S’il vous plait is pronounced seel vooh play and is the polite expression. If you are saying please to a friend or family member or child, you can say s’il te plait, which is the familiar form.

Serving Coffee on Outside Tables Adjacent to the Louvre, Paris, Ile-De-France, France

Now you know two ways to say please in French.



How to Say Thank You in Different Languages ~ (Audio)

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These may not be a million thanks, but it is a list of how to say thank you in different languages.

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Chinese – 谢谢 (xièxiè) shee-shee-eh

Czech – děkuji jeh-koi-yeh

Danish – tak tahk

Dutch – dank u dahnk oo; bedankt bi-dahnkt

French – merci mare-see

German – danke dahn-kuh; vielen dank fee-lehn dahnk

Greek – σας ευχαριστώ (sas efcharistó) sahs eff-hah-rih-stoh

Italiangrazie grah-tzee-eh

Japanese – ありがとう (arigatō) ah-ree-gah-toh

Norwegian – takk tah-k

Portuguese – obrigado oh-bree-gah-doh

Russian – спасибо (spasibo) spah-see-buh

Spanish – gracias grah-syas

Swedish – tack tahk