How To Say "Happy New Year" In Different Languages So You Can Share New Year's Cheer All Around The World — VIDEO
The 2016 is fast approaching, and I for one cannot wait to bid farewell to 2015 and wish everyone a happy New Year. And thanks to a new video, you can also figure out how to say "Happy New Year!" in different languages, just to make sure you can share the cheer with as many people as possible. Because everyone deserves a happy New Year!
There were plenty of ups and downs in 2015. Gay marriage became legal in all 50 states, Donald Trump became the Republican presidential front-runner, NASA found water on Mars, and that's not even counting what all went on in all of our personal lives. No matter what kind of 2015 you had, though, it's always nice to get a fresh start. So it's time to make your New Year's resolutions, mix up your New Year's Eve cocktails, get on your dancing shoes or cue up your movie marathon (or both), and prepare to ring in the New Year. We all deserve it.
And if you happen to live in a multi-cultural city, or if you're just curious what people might be shouting around the world as the clock strikes midnight, check out this video to learn how people wish each other a happy New Year in 27 (yes, 27!) languages from around the world. For example:
Spanish: "Feliz Año Nuevo"
Russian: "С Новым Годом (S Novim Godom)"
Mandarin: "新年快乐 (Xin Nian Kuai Le)"
Greek: "Καλή χρονιά (Kali chronia)"
Dutch: "Gelukkig Nieuwjaar"
Arabic: "سنة سعيدة (Sana Sa’eedah)"
For the rest, you can watch the video from MoveHub below — and you can find all 27 greetings written out on their website here.
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