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

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51. Posted by Edebarudo (Full Member 70 posts) 12y

Well.. This thread is getting a bit old, but I haven't said my share yet..

so.... In a fine manner I will try to say it in swedish (which shouldn't be so hard because that's where I'm from!! )

- English "Hi, my name is Ebbe, a traveller from Sweden"
- Swedish "Hej, jag heter Ebbe, en resenär från Sverige"

- English "Hi"
- Swedish "Hej" OR "Tjena (more youngster-talk)" OR "Hejsan (more formal )"

some more funny phrases..

- English "I am seventeen years old"
- Swedish "Jag är sjutton år gammal"

52. Posted by Kapuchok (Full Member 101 posts) 12y

In Portuguese:
Olá, sou a Isabel, uma viajante de Portugal !!(Hi, I am Blizy, a traveller from Portugal)

53. Posted by samsara_ (Travel Guru 5353 posts) 12y

Dia Dhuit, Is mise Evelyn, taistealai as Eire (in Irish)

Hi (God be with you), I'm Evelyn, a traveller from Ireland"

54. Posted by noemagosa (Full Member 355 posts) 12y

Since I never know what to answer at the question "where are you from?" (my place of birth, where I grew up, or where I am living at the moment? ), I will say "...and I live in Canada", ok!?

French: Salut, je m'appelle Noelia et j'habite au Canada.

English ;): Hi, my name is Noelia and I live in Canada.

Espanol/castellano: Hola, me llamo Noelia y vivo en Canada.

Deutsch/German: Hallo! I heisse Noelia und komm aus Kanada (na ja, da wohne ich, aber ich bin argentinierin;) )

Italiano: Ciao, mi chiamo Noelia e vivo in Canada!

55. Posted by NiuMei84 (Full Member 113 posts) 11y

Uhm,well someone has already said it but I wanted to post too so here we go once more...

I am Minna, a traveller from Finland.

In finnish:

Olen Minna,matkustaja/matkaaja Suomesta.

56. Posted by NiuMei84 (Full Member 113 posts) 11y

Oh, and I also want to share some Tahitian language with you guys...

"Hello, I am Minna, a traveller from Finland"

In tahitian:

"Ia orana,O Minna to'u ioa.
Haven't studied that language much yet so haven't got a clue what traveller is in tahitian...

57. Posted by maria27 (First Time Poster 1 posts) 11y


Quoting Sam I Am

With members from over 150(!) countries now, there are bound to be a few that speak more than one lanuage so I thought sharing the local translations of this common phrase might be an interesting way to get to know a little more about different places around the world, and even give you a good fluent opener in the local language :)

"Hi, I am Sam, a traveller from the Netherlands" in DUTCH would be:

"Hoi, ik ben Sam, een reiziger uit Nederland"

Looking forward to seeing some strange alterations to this coming out of the hat

[ Edit: Hi, I am Maria, a traveller from Basque Country = Kaixo, ni Maria naiz, Euskal Herritik datorren bidaiari bat. ]

58. Posted by tcn (Budding Member 5 posts) 10y

Hey, this topic is fun :))

In Vietnamese:

[with accent mark] Tôi là (name) Tôi đến từ (place where you come from)

[without accent mark] TOI LA (name) TOI DEN TU (place)

59. Posted by Behappy (Full Member 50 posts) 10y

"Hi, I am Sam, a traveller from the Netherlands"

"An nyung ha se yo,= hi
Jeo nun Netherlands eseo ohn yeo haing ja, Sam im nida
= i'm sam a traveller from the Netherlands"

BeHappy from Korea!!

[ Edit: Edited on Jan 2, 2007, at 1:24 AM by Behappy ]

60. Posted by marlis (Travel Guru 1167 posts) 10y

Bon Dia,mi Nomber ta Marlis,
mi ta biba na Isla Bonairu,las Antillas Hulandes
This Language is called Papiamento,spoken in the Netherl.Antilles.

(hello,my name is Marlis,I live on the island Bonaire, the Netherland Antilles.