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"Hi, I am XXX, a traveller from XXX" in your local language

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11. Posted by mtlchica (Respected Member 922 posts) 12y

I figured, why not revive an old thread :)

"Hi, I'm Katie, and I'm a traveller from Canada" in French would be

"Bonjour, je m'apelle Katie et je suis un voyageur de Canada!" or

"Salut! Je m'apelle Katie et je suis de Canada"

The second one translates more like "Hey there! I'm Katie and I'm from Canada!"

Katie ;)

12. Posted by leahrb (Full Member 209 posts) 12y

Hola! Me llamo Leah. Soy de los Estados Unidos.

Hello, My name is Leah. I am from the United States.

13. Posted by travelover (Respected Member 494 posts) 12y

I speak Armenian, which has its own language, so I must do this phonetically.

"Hello, I am Tamar, a traveller from Canada" - English

"Parev, anoones Tamar e, yev Canada-en djamport men em" - Armenian

14. Posted by RealCorona (First Time Poster 1 posts) 12y

Hi, I am Woody, a traveller from the US.

Hallo, ich heiBt Woody, ein reisender aus die USA. (Sorry my German is shabby.)

Hola, estoy Woody, un viajero de EUA. (My Spanish is even worse)

15. Posted by Hien (Travel Guru 3906 posts) 12y

In Malay:

Hai, nama saya Hien, pengunjung dari Malaysia.
(Hi, my name is Hien, a traveller from Malaysia.)


Hai, nama saya Hien. Saya dari Malaysia.
(Hi, my name is Hien. I am from Malaysia.)


16. Posted by Gelli (Travel Guru 2457 posts) 12y

With only very slight spelling amends, the same as both Sole and Sam, except "sverige" instead of danemark or norge.

I'm not even going to bother with Welsh though!

17. Posted by SurfDude (Budding Member 17 posts) 12y

In the very rare dutch Koekebak-accent this would be:

Koeloe koekebakker knakkerwakker burp, uit Nederland.

sorry Im drunk.....peace to ya'll travellers!

18. Posted by travelover (Respected Member 494 posts) 12y

Just a quick correction... Obviously Armenian is a language, so what I meant was it has its own alphabet!

19. Posted by bluewaav (Inactive 627 posts) 12y

I speak only English fluently, but I know how to say this (though not well) in a couple other languages:

German: "Hallo, mein Name es Stephanie unt Ich komme aus Kanada."
"Hello, my name is Stephanie and I come from Canada."

French: "Bonjour, je m'appelle Stephanie et j'habit dans Canada."
"Hello, my name is Stephanie and I live in Canada."

. . . probably not quite what you were looking for, but I like to try ;)

20. Posted by bomboy (Budding Member 7 posts) 12y

Konnichi wa, watashi wa Dean das. Kara kimashita Vancouver.