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written by: marcing
 
Hello is probably one of the most recognizable as a greeting all over the world. Can you say it in another language?

Question 1:


Where will you most likely hear "howdy" as a greeting?
Zimbabwe
Texas
Scotland
Singapore

Question 2:


"Shalom aleichem" and "Salam alaikum" are common greetings in Hebrew and Arabic, respectively. What is the meaning of both?
Peace to you
How are you
Good day
May God be with you

Question 3:


In which language is "Hola" used as a greeting?
Spanish
Polish
Japanese
Greek

Question 4:


A Japanese greeting meaning "good morning" is pronounced like the name of this US state.
Mississippi
Utah
Ohio
Idaho

Question 5:


How could you welcome your Italian friend in his/her native language?
Cześć
Salve
Hasta luege
Ahoj

Question 6:


At what time of the day is it proper to use the Dutch greeting "goedenavond"?
Evening
Noon
Morning
All day

Question 7:


What is the literal meaning of the French greeting "bon jour"?
Peace to you
Good day
How are you
Hello

Question 8:


The Chinese term "Kowtow" refers to an act of deep respect. How is it performed?
By kissing hand
By kissing cheek
By kneeling and bowing so low as to touch the head to the ground
By bowing

Question 9:


You probably wouldn't be able to pronounce the word "cześć", but try to guess in which language is it used as a greeting.
Danish
Hindu
Malay
Polish

Question 10:


In south Germany and Austria, "Grüß Gott" is commonly used as a greeting. What does it literally mean?
Peace to you
God bless you
How are you
Good day

Question 11:


"Sik Jo Fan Mei" means "have you eaten yet?". In which country it is used as a greeting?
China
Japan
Vietnam
Korea

Question 12:


In which culture is pressing noses used as a greeting?
Inca (Peru,Bolivia)
Maori (New Zealand)
Eskimo (Finland)
Zulu (South Africa)

 


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