What is gefeliciteerd?

Wiktionary: gefeliciteerd → happy birthday, congratulation, congratulations. gefeliciteerd → congratulations. feliciteren → congratulate.

What is the meaning of bedankt?

interjection. cheers! [ interjection] (British, informal) thank you.

What language is Proost?

A – E

Language Spelling Phonetic Pronunciation
Czech Na zdravi Naz-drah vi
Danish Skål Skoal
Dutch Proost Prohst
Estonian Terviseks Ter-vih-sex

How do you say best wishes in Dutch?

best wishes

  • zegenwensen, de ~ Noun.
  • heilwensen, de ~ Noun.

How you say Happy Birthday in French?

So, “happy birthday” in French is pronounced like “bonne anniversaire” but it’s spelled “bon anniversaire”.

How do you respond to bedankt?

Also shortened to “bedankt” of “bedankt hoor”. In Belgium, it is commonest to respond to thanks with “alstublieft”, a parallel usage with the German “bitte schön”, and like that phrase also used when offering something as well as responding to thanks.

What Obrigado means?

thank you
‘Obrigado’ means ‘thank you. ‘ As Portuguese is a gender-based language, men say ‘obrigado’ with an ‘o’ at the end, and women say ‘obrigada’ with an ‘a’ at the end.

What do you say before drinking?

This is the reason we say ‘cheers’ before drinking It’s customary to say ‘cheers’ before sipping your wine at dinner or downing a shot of tequila in the bar on a Friday night. But have you ever wondered why exactly it is we say cheers? Across the globe, making a toast ahead of drinking alcohol is the done thing.

Does Chin Chin mean cheers?

In France, Italy and sometimes Britain, the word for “cheers” has Chinese origins. “Cin-cin!” (pronounced chin-chin) is uttered by Italians when they raise and clink their glasses together in a toast before sipping from a flute of spumante sparkling wine as they look each other directly in the eye.

What are Dutch words?

Basic Dutch Phrases

Good Morning Goedemorgen khoo-duh-mawr-ghuh
Thank you Dank u wel / Dank je wel dahnk-ew-vehl / dahnk-yuh-vehl
Thank you very much Hartelijk bedankt hahr-tuh-lik buh-dahnkt
You’re welcome (don’t mention it) Graag gedaan khrahkh khuh-dahn
I’m sorry / Excuse me Sorry saw-ree

How do Dutch celebrate birthdays?

A typical Dutch birthday will include tea and cake, and then afterwards a meal of some sort. During the tea and cake part, usually you will go around a circle, and serve your guests. There is no “help yourself” at the table. You, as mentioned above, are the birthday person and therefore expected to serve and provide.