Frequent question: How do Czech people greet?

How do you greet in Czech?

Czech: Pozdravy

Most often, people do not say hello in the Czech. Instead, they greet people by just saying “Greetings.” If you want to greet the same way in the Czech, say “Pozdravy.”

Are Czechs polite?

Czech people are naturally very polite and do not tend to be overly direct in communication. They generally avoid confrontation – informal straightforwardness in dealing is common.

Why do Czech say ahoy?

Etymologists at the Czech Language Institute believe the word entered Czech from the English “hoy”: a word originally used by seafarers. The word was used as a naval exclamation, used to attract the attention of, or warn, fellow crew members, or as a general greeting.

How do I say hello in Romani?

A collection of useful phrases in Romani, an Indo-Aryan language spoken in many parts of Europe.

Useful phrases in Romani.

Phrase Romani ćhib (Romani)
Hello (General greeting) Sastipe! Lachho dives (Good day) Lachi tiri divés (Good day to you) Kushti divvus (British Romany)

How do you say yes in Czech Republic?

Click on any of the linked Czech words to play them in your audio player. The audio is available in Real Audio.

yes ano
I’m sorry. Promiňte.
Thank you. Děkuji.
You’re welcome. Není zač. / Prosím.
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