Estonian greetings vs Tibetan greetings

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1 Greetings
1.1 Hello
བཀྲ་ཤིས་བདེ་ལེགས། (tashi delek)
1.2 Thank You
ཐུགས་རྗེ་ཆེ་། (tujay-chay)
1.3 How Are You?
kuidas sul läheb
ཁྱེད་རང་སྐུ་གཇུགས་བདེ་པོ་ཡིན་པས། (kayrang kusu debo yimbay?)
1.4 Good Night
Head ööd
གཟིམ་ལཇག་གནང་དགོས་། (sim-jah nahng-go)
1.5 Good Evening
Tere õhtust
1.6 Good Afternoon
Tere päevast
1.7 Good Morning
Tere hommikust
སྔ་དྲོ་བདེ་ལེགས། (nga-to delek)
1.8 Please
thu-je zig / ku-chee.
1.9 Sorry
ཀོང་དགས་། (gawn-da)
1.10 Bye
Head aega
ག་ལེར་ཕེབས་། (kha-leh phe)
1.11 I Love You
ma armastan sind
ང་ཁྱེད་རང་ལ་དགའ་པོ་ཡོད་ (nga kayrâng-la gawpo yö)
1.12 Excuse Me
དགོངས་དག བཟོད་དུ་གསོལ། ཐུགས་རྗེ་གཟིགས།

Greetings in Estonian and Tibetan

Estonian greetings vs Tibetan Greetings help you to learn some formal and informal phrases that are useful in Estonian and Tibetan speaking countries.Learning few basic greetings in Estonian and Tibetan helps to make good impression on people and also makes us feel confident. You can also learn Estonian vs Tibetan alphabets.

Please in Estonian and Tibetan

When you want to request someone for something then it is necessary to say please. But if you don't know how to say please in Estonian and Tibetan then it disappointing. So, Estonian Greetings vs Tibetan greetings helps us to learn please in Estonian and Tibetan language.

  • Please in Estonian : Palun.
  • Please in Tibetan : thu-je zig / ku-chee..

In some situations, if you need to apologize then Estonian greetings vs Tibetan greetings provides to say sorry in Estonian and Tibetan language.

  • Sorry in Estonian : Vabandust.
  • Sorry in Tibetan : ཀོང་དགས་། (gawn-da).

You can also learn useful phrases of Best Languages to Learn.

How are you in Estonian and Tibetan

After you say hello to someone then you will want to ask how are you? And if you wish to know what's how are you in Estonian and Tibetan then Estonian greetings vs Tibetan greetings helps you.

  • How are you in Estonian is kuidas sul läheb.
  • How are you in Tibetan is ཁྱེད་རང་སྐུ་གཇུགས་བདེ་པོ་ཡིན་པས། (kayrang kusu debo yimbay?).

Even though greetings remain same in almost all the dialects of the language, their pronunciations and accents vary from each dialect to dialect. Know more about such dialects on Estonian vs Tibetan Dialects.

Other Estonian and Tibetan Greetings

Are you finding few more Estonian greetings vs Tibetan greetings? So let's compare other Estonian and Tibetan greetings.

  • Good Morning in Estonian is Tere hommikust.
  • Good Night in Estonian is Head ööd.
  • Good Morning in Tibetan is སྔ་དྲོ་བདེ་ལེགས། (nga-to delek).
  • Good Night in Tibetan is གཟིམ་ལཇག་གནང་དགོས་། (sim-jah nahng-go).

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