BeBee Comments in Home Languages
I am pleasantly surprised every time I receive a comment on a post in my home language. Perhaps others would also like a remark in their home language every so often. Below are four basic English comments, with the foreign translations following in sequence.
Of course, if you want to give a more lengthy comment, there is Google Translate, which may not always pick up the correct colloquialisms, but it's probably good for basic translations.
If anything below is incorrect or amiss, please let me know so I can edit. On the last phrase - even if we all live far apart, isn't an invitation for coffee a global gesture of friendship?
FOUR BASIC ENGLISH COMMENTS
Very good post.
I agree with you.
Let’s have a coffee.
TRANSLATIONS IN OTHER LANGUAGES
Spanish - spoken by Javier 🐝 beBee, and many others.
Muy buena publicación.
Estoy de acuerdo contigo.
Vamos a tener un café.
Croatian - spoken by Lada 🏡 Prkic
Vrlo dobar post.
Slažem se s tobom.
Serbian - spoken by Milos Djukic
Vrlo dobar post.
Slažem se sa tobom.Hajde da popijemo kafu n post.
Je vous remercie.
Je suis d'accord avec toi.
Prenons un café.
Bengali - home language of Debasish Majumder the "Kabi"
Khuba bhāla pōsṭa.
Āmi āpanāra sāthē ēkamata.
Āsuna ēkaṭi kaphi āchē
Portuguese - any active Portuguese Bees out there?
Muito bom post.
Eu concordo com você.
Vamos tomar um café.
Arabic - for Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee
maqala jayyia jiddan.
'ana 'atafiq maeak.
daena nishrab ealaa alqahwati.
Japanese - courtesy of Louise Smith
Domo arigato gozaimasu.
Hai, so omoimasu.
Sake o nomi ni ikou!
Baie goeie pos.
Ek stem saam met jou.
Kom ons gaan drink 'n koffie.
bahut achchhee post.
main aapase sahamat hun.
chalo kofee peete hain.
Queen's English - Lisa Vanderburg, does anyone still speak like this?
Grateful to you my dear Sir / Lady.
I say, I say, old chap, this is quite simply marvelous.
At the risk of being utterly presumptuous, I fully concur with your sublime musings.
Let’s have a cup of tea, shall we?
Scottish English - from Ken Boddie the Scotsman down under.
Cheers ma dears.
Ah gree wi’ ye.
Let’s gang for a wee dram.
American English - my take on US English. I'm sure Phil Friedman will correct me :)
Bang on the money!
Catch ya' at Starbucks.
Heaps good post.
Let’s have a beer, mate!
Or you can simply use the expression understood by just about everyone: