How to Say Black in Different Languages

Chinese, Dutch, French, German, Greek, Irish, Italian, Japanese, Other, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Swedish, Welsh

Here’s how to say black in different languages:

Chinese – hēi sè (黑色)

Danish – sort

Dutch – zwart

Finnish – musta

French – noir

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German – schwarz

Greek – mávro (μαύρο)

Haitian Creole – nwa

Icelandic – svartur

Irish – dubh

Italian – nero

Japanese – kuro (黒)

Norwegian – svart

Portuguese – preto

Russian – chernui (черный)

Spanish – negro

Swedish – svart

Vietnamese – đen

Welsh – du

How to Say Yellow in Different Languages

Chinese, Dutch, French, German, Greek, Irish, Italian, Japanese, Other, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Swedish, Welsh

Here’s how to say yellow in different languages:

Chinese – huáng (黄)

Danish – gul

Dutch – geel

Finnish – keltainen

French – jaune

Greek – kítrino (κίτρινο)

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German – gelb

Haitian Creole – jòn

Icelandic – gulur

Irish – buí

Italian – giallo

Japanese – kiiro (黄色)

Norwegian – gul

Portuguese – amarelo

Russian – zheltuĭ (желтый)

Spanish – amarillo

Swedish – gul

Vietnamese – vàng

Welsh – melyn

How to Say Goodbye Different Languages

Chinese, Dutch, French, German, Greek, Irish, Italian, Japanese, Other, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Swedish, Welsh

To paraphrase Shakespeare, parting can be such sweet sorrow. . . Especially if the person you’re speaking to has no idea what you’re saying! So here’s how to say goodbye in different languages.

Chinese — 再见 Zàijiàn
Croatian — Do videnja; zbogom
Czech — sbohem
Danish — farvel
Dutch — tot ziens; doei
Finnish — näkemiin
French — au revoir; à bientôt
German — Auf Wiedersehen
Greek — αντίο (antío)
Haitian Creole — orevwa
Irish — slán
Italian — arrivederci; ciao
Japanese — さようなら (sayōnara)
Norwegian — ha det; farvel
Polish — do widzenia
Portuguese — até logo; adeus
Russian — до свидания (da svidaniya); пока (paka)
Spanish — adiós
Swedish — Hej då; adjö
Vietnamese — tạm biệt
Welsh — hwyl; da bo

How to Count to Ten in German

German

Here’s how to count to ten in German:

1. one — eins (eyenz)
2. two — zwei (svy)
3. three — drei (dry)
4. four — vier (fear)
5. five — fünf (funf)
6. six — sechs (zex)
7. seven — sieben (zee-ben)
8. eight — acht (ahkt)
9. nine — neun (noin)
10. ten — zehn (zayn)

Bonus number: zero — null (nool)