Living Language Depicts Word Hello in 21 Different Languages

 - Apr 22, 2014
References: livinglanguage & designtaxi
When travelling, you should know how to say hello in different languages. If you don't, 'Living Language' has published an infographic that teaches you "hello" in 21 different languages. This handy graphic guide will able you to greet people wherever you are travelling.

Some languages the infographic depicts includes Italian, French and Croatian. For example, "Hello" in Italian is "Ciao" and in French, the translation is "Salut." The greetings are accompanied by mapped outlines of the countries and they are color coded to represent the continent they are located in.

The word is usually just as simple in other countries as it is in English-speaking countries, but Thailand is an exemption; "Sa-wat-dee-krap" is how a man says hello in Thailand and "Sa-wat-dee-ka" is how a woman does.