How do I say online in Spanish?
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Some people say en lnea while others just say online In the same way some people say enlace and others simply say el link. rpem has a good answer. You could also use the verb entrar; I have friends that regularly use it.
What is the best Spanish translator online?
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What is your name translate in Sanskrit?
That would be in Sanskrit. mama naama seetaa (मम नाम सीता). If you want to ask ‘what is your name’ to Alex, that would be bhavataha naama kim? (भवतः नाम किम्)? the word bhavataha (भवतः) means ‘your’ in masculine form and the word kim (किम्) means ‘what’.
What is your name in Arabic?
“what’s your name?” in Arabic ما اسْمُكَ؟
What is classroom called in Sanskrit?
IPA: klæsrumSanskrit: क्लैस्रूम
What is the meaning of I Love You in Sanskrit?
Hindi translation: Sanskrit = Aham tubhyam praNyaami//Hindi=Mujhe tumsay pyAr hai.
What is called Kiss in Sanskrit?
IPA: kɪsSanskrit: किस
How do you say I love you in Bihari language?
Now coming to your question if I speak about saying I Love You in these 4 languages they can be like this :Bhojpuri – “ham tahara se pyar karila”Magahi – “ham tora se pyar kari hio”Maithili – “hom ahaan sei pyaar karey chhi”Angika – “humme tora se pyar karee chiieee”
How do you say I love you in every language?
How To Say “I Love You” In 10 LanguagesFrench — Je t’aime.Spanish — Te quiero.German — Ich liebe dich.Croatian — Volim te.Italian — Ti amo.Portuguese — Eu te amo.Swedish — Jag älskar dig.Romanian — Te iubesc.
How do you say hello in Aboriginal?
Kaya/Palya/Yaama: Kaya means hello in the Noongar language. Palya is a Pintupi language word used as a greeting much in the same way that two friends would say hello in English while Yaama is a Gamilaraay language word for hello used in Northern NSW.