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how do you say Happy New Year in Italian?

Posted by Monica Corrias on December 31, 2008

CIAO A TUTTI E BUON 2009!

Felice Anno Nuovo! (=Happy New Year!)  ovunque voi siate e qualunque lingua parliate … Buon Anno (= Have a good/happy new year)!

Happy New Year! (inglese)
¡PROSPERO AÑO NUEVO! o Feliz Ano Nuevo! (spagnolo)
Gutes Neues Jahr! (tedesco)
Bonne année! (francese)
Gelukkige nieuwjaar (olandese)
Godt nytår! (danese)
Szczesliwego Nowego roku! (polacco)
Novym Godom! (russo)
kainourgios chronos! (greco)
Akemashite Omedetou (giapponese)

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Insomma… BUON ANNO!  FELICE 2009!

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4 Responses to “how do you say Happy New Year in Italian?”

  1. giota said

    Felice Anno Nuovo e per te !Charoumenos o kenourios chronos in greco.
    Molto tempo passato a communicare ma adesso io credo communicare piu spesso.Bonna notte! Ti prego correggi miei sbagli.Grazie molto.

  2. Mike said

    Happy New Year da Tucson!

  3. Deanio said

    In Sarff London it’s “happs new year”

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