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Quiz: How many Languages can you say Hello in?

This quiz is all about saying “Hello” in different languages. There are several here that are fairly international, but some should provide a bit of a challenge. See how you do, and share your experience below πŸ™‚

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    In which language does Aloha mean Hello?

    • European
    • Canadian
    • Hawaiian
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    Bonjour

    • Spanish
    • Portuguese
    • French
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    Shalom

    • Arabic
    • Hebrew
    • Russian
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    Konnichiwa

    • Japanese
    • Korean
    • Vietnamese
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    Kamusta

    • Hindi
    • Polish
    • Filipino
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    Ciao

    • Italian
    • Zulu
    • Chinese
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    Zdravo

    • Macedonian
    • Serbian
    • Bosnian
    • Slovenian
    • Croatian
    • All of the above
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    Saluton

    • German
    • Esperanto
    • Burmese
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    Dia dhuit

    • Cherokee
    • Algonquin
    • Irish
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    Bongu

    • Swahili
    • Maltese
    • Hausa
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    Hola

    • Portuguese
    • Spanish
    • Italian
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    Buna

    • Czech
    • Ukrainian
    • Romanian
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    Privet

    • Russian
    • Persian
    • Swedish
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    Namaste

    • Vietnamese
    • Chinese
    • Hindi
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    Salam

    • Arabic
    • Turkish
    • Kyrgyz
    • Indonesian
    • Persian
    • All of the above

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    • Well done Andrew. As far as Zdravo is concerned, all of those languages are rather closely related, and are the languages of the former republics of Yugoslavia. As to Salam, it travelled east with the Arabs when they were spreading Islam in the centuries early after the birth of the religion.

  1. Ten out of fifteen, not too bad for an aspiring polyglot. Some had slipped my mind as I haven’t been practicing my foreign language skills recently. Once I saw the answer, I realized how I need to get back to studying on Duolingo.

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