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Hebrew greetings vs Uzbek greetings

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1 Greetings
1.1 Hello
שלום (Shalom)
Salom
1.2 Thank You
תודה (Toda)
Rakhmat
1.3 How Are You?
מה שלומך? (ma shlomxa)
Qalay siz?
1.4 Good Night
לילה טוב (Laila tov)
Hayirli tun
1.5 Good Evening
ערב טוב (Erev tov)
Hayirli kech
1.6 Good Afternoon
אחר צהריים טובים (Achar tzahara'im tovim)
Hayirli kun
1.7 Good Morning
בוקר טוב (Boker tov)
Hayirli tong
1.8 Please
בבקשה (bevekshah)
Iltimos
1.9 Sorry
סליחה! (Slicha)
Kechiring!
1.10 Bye
להתראות (Lehitraot)
Xayr
1.11 I Love You
אני אוהבת אותך (Ani ohevet otcha)
Sizni sevaman
1.12 Excuse Me
בבקשה!
Iltimos! Menga qarang

Greetings in Hebrew and Uzbek

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

Please in Hebrew and Uzbek

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 Hebrew and Uzbek then it disappointing. So, Hebrew Greetings vs Uzbek greetings helps us to learn please in Hebrew and Uzbek language.

  • Please in Hebrew : בבקשה (bevekshah).
  • Please in Uzbek : Iltimos.

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

  • Sorry in Hebrew : סליחה! (Slicha).
  • Sorry in Uzbek : Kechiring!.

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

How are you in Hebrew and Uzbek

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 Hebrew and Uzbek then Hebrew greetings vs Uzbek greetings helps you.

  • How are you in Hebrew is מה שלומך? (ma shlomxa).
  • How are you in Uzbek is Qalay siz?.

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 Hebrew vs Uzbek Dialects.

Other Hebrew and Uzbek Greetings

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

  • Good Morning in Hebrew is בוקר טוב (Boker tov).
  • Good Night in Hebrew is לילה טוב (Laila tov).
  • Good Morning in Uzbek is Hayirli tong.
  • Good Night in Uzbek is Hayirli tun.

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