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Merry Christmas in othe language

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Argentine-Feliz Navidad
Belgium-Zalige Kertfeest
China-Sheng Tan Kuai Loh
Denmark-Glaedelig Jul
Finland-Hauskaa Joulua
Greece-Kala Christouyenna
Ireland-Nodlig mhaith chug nat
India-Shub Naya Baras
Iceland-Gledileg Jol
Indonesia-Selamat Haari Natal
Japan-Shinnen omedeto
Korea-Sung Tan Chuk Ha
Mexico-Feliz Navidad
Netherlands-Hartelijke Kerstroeten
Norway-Gledelig Jul
Philippines-Maligayan Pasko
Poland-Boze Narodzenie
Portugal-Boas Fetas
Romania-Sarbatori vesele
Ukraine-Srozhdestvom Kristivym
South Africa-Een Plesierige Kerfees
Sweden-God Jul
Thailand-Sawadee Pee Mai

Brazil-Feliz Natal
England-Happy Christmas
France-Joyeux Noel
Germany-Frohliche Weihnachten
Greece-Kala Christouyenna
Italy-Buon Natale
Russia-Hristos Razdajetsja
United States of America-Merry Christmas

Thats alot of "Merry Christmases" :D
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The Japanese one is way wrong.

It's merii kurisumasu (&#12513;&#12522;&#12540;&#12539;&#12463;&#12522;&#12473;&#12510;&#12473;)

Shinnen is New Year's Day. (nen = year)
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It all came from a book. It's called "Christmas Arund The World". :rolleyes:
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I wish Christmas would stop existing so my dreams of a secular socialist democracy could come into fruition.

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Belgium and Netherlands should be the same either "Zalig Kerstfeest" or "Hartelijke Kerstgroeten" (I've never heard that one before in real life).

And they speak two different languages in Belgium: Dutch and French.
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If there is anything not right, blame the book, not me. :shifty:
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Post by Otto »

Dutch version isn't right :suspicious:
it should be
Gelukkig Kerstfeest
or
Fijne Kerstdagen
or somthing like that
NOT Hartelijke Kerstroeten :S
'Kerstroeten' isn't even a word :huh: :blah: :no: :upset:
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Frenkel wrote:Belgium and Netherlands should be the same either "Zalig Kerstfeest" or "Hartelijke Kerstgroeten" (I've never heard that one before in real life).

And they speak two different languages in Belgium: Dutch and French.
he's right
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Post by Otto »

I also thought that
Frohliche Weihnachten
should be
Fröhliche Weihnachten
(not very different)
and that england and USA should be the same
don't know for sure... :suspicious:
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Blame the book! :Angry:
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but that to put by enguaje and not by country, so that 10 the Spanish
language countrys speaks it but of...
also you save a few words.
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Otto wrote:england and USA should be the same
don't know for sure... :suspicious:
They're not. In the USA people say "Merry Christmas" but in England and Australia people say "Happy" because merry can mean being drunk.

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Gallo wrote:but that to put by enguaje and not by country, so that 10 the Spanish
language countrys speaks it but of...
also you save a few words.
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In chinese we usually say and hear "Sheng Tan JIEH Kuai Loh "
"If you buy a bag of peanuts in this town they'll write a song about you."

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in south africa you would rather say
geseende kersfees... not een plesierige kersfees!!!!
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