Travel Tip: How To Say “Please” And “Thank You” In Six Different Languages
Because a little courtesy can go a long way.
While traveling abroad I have found by making an effort to learn some key words and phrases, it can open the door to a smile.
It also shows kindness and courtesy. Take a few moments to say and correctly pronounce “Please” and “Thank You.” There are Apps and YouTube Video’s that can be helpful resources to consider before your next trip.
Please: s’il vous plait (see-voo-Play)
Thank You: merci (mare-SEE)
Please: per favore (pehr FAH-voh-reh)
Thank You: grazie (graht-ZEE-EH)
Thank You: arigato (ah-REE-gah-toe)
Please: por favor (poor faw-VOOR)
Thank You: gracias (GRAH-see-as)
Please: tafadhali (tah-fa-DAHL-ee)
Thank You: asante (ah-SAHN-tay)
Please: por favor
Thank You: Obrigado/a (Oh-bree-gah-dooh/dah) — use the male form if you are male and the female form if you are female.