Discussion in 'Disney for Families' started by Baloo, Apr 16, 2003.
Great idea. Thanks all.
This is great, thanks so much!
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great idea! thanks!
So cool! Definitely saving this! Thanks
I love Epcot. So much culture to be seen all in one place.
Great idea! Thanks!
Love! Thank you!
This sounds like a great idea, thanks
super cute idea
Oh that's so cool! I'll teach my family for when we go back to Epcot!
I can't believe this thread has been going for 12 years!
Erich is now 21 years old and a JR. in college! We are planning a trip for next year...he'll use these greetings as he always has but now days he's compiling a list of beers and drinks he can get in each country in Epcot.
Boy, time has flown by!
This thread is great! We were just talking about this last night. Wish it were posted on the EPCOT Guidemap. WOuldn't that be handy?
Love this idea! Thank you That's pretty neat about this thread being around 12 years.
These are great! Thanks!
This is super cute and I wish I had seen this post before our trip!
Not sure if anyone else has mentioned it yet, but if you're looking for extra points for accuracy, China's (Mandarin) "ni hao" is pronounced more like "nee haw," similar to the way you would pronounce the first two letters in "hollow" with a "w" sound at the end.
Additionally, for the Japanese pronunciation of good morning, there is no "goh" sound at the end of "ohayo."
If you're not visiting the Japan pavilion in the morning, you can also use these:
Good afternoon (works for any time of day, really): Konnichiwa (kohn-nee-chee-wah)
Good evening: Konbanwa (kohn-bahn-wah)
This is an awesome idea!!
Such a great idea to learn these greetings, glad I found this thread!
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