Often asked: How To Say No In Different Languages?

How do you say no in Africa?

Say nee in Afrikaans to say no. It is a long and low sound with an h sound like ya-hu. Afrikaans is one of the languages of South Africa.

Which language yes means no?

In Polish, no means ‘yes’. A bit of a lazy, informal, laid back kind of ‘yes’.

How do you say no in Arabic?

The word for No in Arabic is ‘La’, but just knowing ‘La’, isn’t enough, on the surface it may appear a basic word, but it is in fact one of the most important and frequently used words in your Arabic arsenal.

How do you say no in English?

Different Ways to Say No and When to Use Them

  1. I appreciate the offer, but I can’t.
  2. I’m honored, but can’t.
  3. I’d love to, but I can’t.
  4. I appreciate the invitation, but I am completely booked.
  5. Thanks for thinking of me, but I can’t.
  6. Regrettably, I’m not able to.
  7. You’re so kind to think of me, but I can’t.

What is yes in another language?

‘Yes’ In 10 Languages German — Ja. Spanish — Sí French — Oui. Italian — Si. Portuguese — Sim.

What is your name in Arabic?

what is your name? ما اسمك؟

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What is Mafi in Arabic?

Mafi” – None/No/Not.

How do you apologize in Arabic?

How to Apologize in Arabic Posted by yasmine on Sep 2, 2020 in Arabic Language, Vocabulary

  1. آسِف: sorry. You could also say “I’m sorry,” by adding the pronoun.
  2. .أنا آسِف (if the speaker is male)
  3. .أنا آسِفة (if the speaker is female) This may sound a tad bit more sincere.
  4. .
  5. عفواً، ماذا قُلت؟
  6. .
  7. .
  8. .إنها غلطتي

How do you respectfully say no?

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  1. I’m honoured but I can’t.
  2. I wish there were two of me…
  3. Sorry, I’m booked into something else right now…
  4. Sadly, I have something else…
  5. No, thank you but it sounds lovely, so next time…
  6. I’m not taking anything else right now…
  7. Thank you so much for thinking of me, but I can’t!..

What can I say instead of no?

synonyms for no

  • nay.
  • nix.
  • never.
  • not.

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