Mental Yoga Week #10: Learn to say “Thank You” in 10 different languages


Your first question might be “Why?”

Saying “Thank you” is a way to express gratitude.  An attitude of Gratitude puts the world at your finger tips.

Of course, it’s easy to cheat nowadays with the Internet.  I just typed in “thank you in German” and got About 35,300,000 results in 0.16 seconds.  Not much of a challenge, huh?

So you’ll have to spice it up a bit.

Before writing this blog entry, I knew: Dahnke, De Nada, Gratsi, Merci, plus Thank you.

Or if you want to get really snazzy, here is an article about saying Thank you 10 different ways in German:  http://german.about.com/od/vocabulary/a/danke10ways.htm

Okay, for those of you going on to Level 2 and beyond, here are some variations:

1.  Say Thank You 10 different ways in English.

2.  Make a collage with Thank You in it and photos of people expressing appreciation.

3.  Invent a game called “Thank you.”

4.  Come up with your own ideas.


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