How to Say Fantastic in Italian and Spanish

Italian, Spanish

There are many, many words in English that are spelled the same or nearly the same as in Spanish or Italian that upon seeing the foreign word you know exactly what it means.

That is true of how to say fantastic in Italian and Spanish.

Fantastic in Italian is fantastico.

Fantastic in Spanish is fantástico. 

Both are pronounced fahn-tas-tee-ko and spelled the same apart from the accent over the second ‘a’ in the Spanish word.

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How to Say Green in Different Languages

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

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

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

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

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

Edited: Now with audio. Scroll down!

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

I Love You in Italian


TO say I love you in Italian, say Ti amo.

Ti amo is pronounced tee ah-moh.

Now you know how to say I love you in Italian.