The official languages of Belgium are German, French, and Dutch.
In German, God Bless you is "Gott Segnen Sie"
In French, God Bless you is "Dieu Vous Bénit"
In Dutch, God Bless you is "God Zegen U"
I would say God bless your heart, when somebody did something really nice, something gentle, kind or sacrificial.To say God bless your heart is not merely saying thank you, but also acknowledges that person's kind heart, and wishes that God would reward them for their kindness.God bless you all, especially those with kind hearts.2. This is a term used by the people of the southern United States particularly near the Gulf of Mexico to express to someone that they are an idiot without saying such harsh words.
Let's say it's not unusual. Memory is linked to language development, by the age of 5 or 6 language skills are sufficient for better retention.
A spoken language difference is simply when you and another person (say, a patient) do not speak the same language. A cultural difference is where something that is accepted in your culture is not acceptable in another (blood tranfusions are not accepted by Jehovah's Witnesses, for example).
The phrase ñI love you tooî is a common response to ñI love youî. In the language of Maranao, the language of the lakes, a dialect in Italy, to say I love you too would be Pekababaya-an ko seka.
language evolves from what people say, unfortunalty that can be discriminative. Words such as CHAV (from the acronim Counsel House And Violence) are discriminative when they are applied to whole groups, as the connotations implied may be unfounded
We say God bless you as 'Isol nang.na patichina'
Which of the thousands African language do you want?
Asvadz ir hoke orhne- god her soul bless.
You need to tell us in your question what language you want to say it in.
God bless you all translates to French as Dieu Vous Benisse tous.
The Romanian language equivalent of God bless you is Dumnezeu sÃ„Æ’ te binecuvÃƒÂ®nteze.
If someone wants to say God Bless in Ethiopia, someone must say â??Geta yibarkih/yâ??barkish". The Ethiopian uses Amharic as their language.
god bless you
god bless you