: Thank you.
Interjection German. Thank you.
If they say thank you instead, you should respond by saying you’re welcome. But on the other hand, if they say thank you very much, you should also say please very much. All of this means “You’re welcome”.
In German, the expression Thank you corresponds to the English expressions “thank you very much” or “thank you kindly”. The word Danke means “thank you” and beautiful means “pretty”, “lovely” or “nice”.
Add “nice” or “very” to enhance your “thank you.” “Thank you” (DAHNK-uh shuhrn) and “thank you very much” (DAHNK-uh zehr) are ways of saying “thank you very much”. Although both expressions are a bit more formal than a simple “thank you”, they are also used casually.
“Thank you!” Thank you translates directly to “Thank you” and is a great general purpose word to use whenever you want to say a quick “thank you” to someone. Below is a video on how to pronounce thanks.
We say “bitte”.
The German word “bitte” means so much more than “please” or “you’re welcome”. In a way, it’s a popular one Word like “Sorry.”
3. FWIW, “Please” is not “thank you” but means “(t)here you are” or “You’re welcome”, depending on the context.
If you want to say the word “no” in German, just say “no“. It sounds very close to the pronunciation of the English word for the number nine.
The most common way to say thank you in Russian is спасибо (pronounced spasiba). While the literal translation of the word is God save you, it actually means thank you and can be used in most situations, formal or informal.
Well, my German-speaking grandfather pronounced it “Thank you,” which means “Thank you.” “Schön” is spelled “schoen” when you can’t use an umlaut, and according to my German-English dictionary it literally means “lovely” or “pretty”. And it’s pronounced “Shane” or “Shern”.
Thank you means “Thank you”. Thank you means “thank you”. Both are literal translations. I would say thank you is the more formal of the two, and thank you is almost like saying “Thank you!” say.
please in British English
German (ˈbɪtə ) Exclamation. You’re welcome!
– “ö” as in stupid is like an Englishman saying “burn”. Make the sound “a” like in the word “may” and then make your lips an “o” shape .
Note that the phrase thank you is written as two words with an umlaut over the o, while the noun thank you is written as one word and capitalized. Since thanks in thank you is a noun, it must also be capitalized.
Thank you. A word used to describe something that is considered “sexy” or good. Similar in meaning to the word “peng” (adjective)
Excuse me / I beg your pardon > Sorry / Please excuse me.
I’m sorry. Meaning: “I’m sorry (for whatever I did).” This is the most common form of this expression. I am sorry. Meaning: “I’m sorry.” (Possible context: “but hey buddy, you should be sorry too.”)