Shona Greetings

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1 Greetings
1.1 Hello
1.2 Thank You
Waita zvako
1.3 How Are You?
Wakadini zvako?
1.4 Good Night
Urare zvakanaka
1.5 Good Evening
1.6 Good Afternoon
1.7 Good Morning
1.8 Please
1.9 Sorry
1.10 Bye
1.11 I Love You
1.12 Excuse Me

How to say Hello in Shona Language

When you land up in the places where you don’t know the local language then it’s difficult to communicate. You should at least know how to say hello in Shona language to begin conversion. A very basic Shona greeting is hello. It's fun to compare Shona vs Spanish greetings

Hello in Shona language is Mhoro. It’s interesting to learn different Shona greetings. Hello is the Shona greeting which is suitable in any formal or informal situation. Here you can also check more About Shona Language.

Learn How to say Thank you and Sorry in Shona

In any language it’s important to learn how to say thank you and sorry in Shona. Find some common phrases in Best Languages to Learn below. Thank you in Shona is Waita zvako and Sorry in Shona is Ndineurombo. Shona greetings such as thank you and sorry are used in formal situations.

Good Morning & Good Night in Shona

Want to wish Good Morning & Good Night in Shona? The Shona greetings like “Good Morning” or “Good Night” are useful to impress or catch attention of anyone around you. By using Shona greetings, we are showing respect to others in a very efficient way. Good Morning in Shona is Mangwanani and Good Night in Shona is Urare zvakanaka. To know more on similar greetings in other languages check Shona vs Chinese, Shona vs Spanish, Shona vs French.

Bye in Shona

Get to know here what is bye in Shona. Bye in Shona language is bye. In some languages, they say bye and in some they say good-bye.

Other Shona Greetings

Shona greetings help to communicate in different places at various situations. Here are some other Shona greetings which will be useful while communicating in Shona.

  • How are you in Shona is Wakadini zvako?.
  • Please in Shona is Ndinokumbirawo.
  • Good Afternoon in Shona is Masikati.
  • Good Night in Shona is Urare zvakanaka.
  • I Love you in Shona is Ndinokuda.
  • Excuse me in Shona is Pamusoro.

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