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Feb 22, 2012, 05:44 #1
- Join Date
- Aug 2004
- Manchester UK
- 158 Post(s)
- 3 Thread(s)
The BIG MONSTER thread of bonjour, hello, g'day and howdy y'all!
So you have joined and noticed we don't have an introductions forum and now you are wondering where to say hello.....
Well, here is your welcome mat at the door of the SitePoint Community.
This is your chance to say hello and introduce yourself in a couple of lines or paragraphs - who are you? Where are you from and what do you do?
C'mon and say hello or
Mirėdita (to our Albanian friends)Ahalan (to our Arabic speaking friends)
Parev (to our Armenian friends)
Zdravei / Zdrasti (to our Bulgarian friends)
Nei Ho (to our Cantonese speaking Chinese friends)
Dobrż den / Ahoj (to our Czech friends)
Goddag (to our Danish friends)
Goede dag, Hallo (to our Dutch friends)
Saluton (to our Esperanto speaking friends)
Hei (to our Finnish friends)
Bonjour (to our French friends)
Guten Tag (to our German friends)
Gia'sou (to our Greek friends)
Aloha (to our Hawaiian friends)
Shalom (to our Hebrew speaking friends)
Namaste (to our Hindi speaking friends)
Jó napot (to our Hungarian friends)
Halló / Góšan daginn (to our Icelandic friends)
Halo (to our Indonesian friends)
Aksunai / Qanuipit? (to our Inuit friends)
Dia dhuit (to our Irish friends)
Salve / Ciao (to our Italian friends)
Kon-nichiwa (to our Japanese friends)
An-nyong Ha-se-yo (to our Korean friends)
Salve / Salvėte (to our Latin speaking ancient Roman friends)
Ni hao (to our Mandarin speaking Chinese friends)
Hallo (to our Norwegian friends)
Dzien' dobry (to our Polish friends)
Olį (to our Portuguese friends)
Bunć ziua (to our Romanian friends)
Zdravstvuyte (to our Russian friends)
Hola (to our Spanish speaking friends)
Jambo / Hujambo (to our Swahili friends)
Hej (to our Swedish friends)
Sa-wat-dee (to our Thai friends)
Merhaba / Selam (to our Turkish friends)
Vitayu (to our Ukrainian friends)
Xin chąo (to our Vietnamese friends)
Hylo; Sut Mae? (to our Welsh friends)
Sholem Aleychem (to our Yiddish speaking friends)
Sawubona (to our Zulu speaking friends)
Be sure to read the FAQ's and our Rules and Regulations threads, if you have any comments or question just ask!
Please dont use this to advertise services or drop links though!
Be friendly and enjoy your stayMike Swiffin - Community Team Advisor
Only a woman can read between the lines of a one word answer.....