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solwyvern says

Filipino language:

Good Morning.
Magandang umaga.

Good Day
Magandang Araw

Good Evening.
Magandang gabi.

Japanaese language:

????? – Ohayou Gozaimasu
Good Morning

? – Konnichiwa
Good Day/Good Afternoon

? – Konbanwa
Good Evening

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jeffeatworld says

I only know English and some French but I figured it would be fun to put some Cockney Rhyming Slang on here. It amazes me how many people don’t know the obvious ones.

Let me assure you, we don’t use them all day every day, but they are a big part of London life.

Adam and Eve – Believe e.g. would you Adam and Eve it Apples and Pears – Stairs Ruby Murray – Curry Britney Spears – Beers

i could go on lol.

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Wuiqed says

jeffeatworld, from what I understand, cockney slang often uses the non-rhyming word from a sentence, which is what makes it so cryptic? Like, in your example beers rhyme with Britney Spears, so if I wanted to ask someone “should I buy some beers?” I’d ask “should I buy some Britneys?”.

Is that correct?

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