The most important lesson to remember is that In Afrikaans, “Thank you” is dankie.
What is the best way to say thank you?
Ways to Say Thank You
- Many thanks.
- Thanks a lot.
- Thanks a bunch.
- Thank you very much.
- It’s very kind of you.
- I really appreciate it.
- Thank you for everything.
How do you say hello in South Africa?
1. Howzit – A traditional South African greeting that translates roughly as “How are you?” or simply “Hello”. 2. Heita – An urban and rural greeting used by South Africans.
How do you say good morning in Africa?
Habari — Also means “hello” or “good morning.” Use this one when speaking with older people.
What is your name in Zulu?
what is your name? ubani igama lakho?
How do you say thank you in a humble way?
Other ways to say thank you in any occasion
- I appreciate what you did.
- Thank you for thinking of me.
- Thank you for your time today.
- I value and respect your opinion.
- I am so thankful for what you did.
- I wanted to take the time to thank you.
- I really appreciate your help. Thank you.
- Your kind words warmed my heart.
How do you write a beautiful thank you note?
What to Write in a Thank You Note
- Open your card with a greeting that addresses your card recipient. …
- Write a thank you message to express your gratitude. …
- Add specific details to your thank you card. …
- Write a forward-looking statement. …
- Reiterate your thanks. …
- End with your regards.
How do you say goodbye in South Africa?
In typical South African multi-purpose style, ‘aweh‘ can also mean ‘goodbye’ or ‘yes’.
How do you say cheers in South Africa?
While the term “cheers” is commonly used in English-speaking parts of South Africa, the Afrikaan-speaking population has their own term to toast to: “Gesondheid.” The word literally translates to “health” and sounds an awful lot like the German word for “health” (“gesundheit”), which isn’t all that surprising …
What does Fede mean in South Africa?
Fede – South African township greeting meaning “Hello, how are you?”
What does I Love You mean in African?
Swahili. If you want to say “I love you” in Swahili, “nakupenda” is the word that you need. Spoken in Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania, Swahili has several ways to declare affection. “Nakupenda” is a more formal way to do so, while “ninakupenda” is a more informal way to tell someone that you love them.