21 ways to say “hello” from around the world [Infographic]

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Below I’m writing in three different languages, who can tell which they are? The challenge is on, go!

  1. Bonjour, lecteur dotTech. Faites-moi savoir si vous comprenez les mots qui sortent de ma bouche.
  2. Hallo, punktiert-Leser. Lass mich wissen, wenn Sie die Wörter verstehen, die aus meinem Mund kommen.
  3. Ciao, dotTech lettore. Fammi sapere se si capiscono le parole che stanno venendo fuori dalla mia bocca.

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  1. Darcy

    Actually, in Japan, the greeting changes based on the time of day. Kon’nichi Wa is correct for most of the day. In the late evening it’s Kon’ban Wa and in the early morning it’s Ohaiyo Go’zaiimashta.