Learn Basic Slovenian | Greetings and Introductions

Slovenian Greetings and Introductions

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Learn the essentials of Slovenian easily with this vocabulary list that contains all the most basic words and phrases used in Slovenian for greetings and Introductions, with their english translations. If you’re a beginner, it will come in handy to review or learn Slovenian by yourself before traveling, or if you want to enrich and improve your Slovenian vocabulary to better express yourself in writing and speaking!

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ENGLISH SLOVENIAN
Hello zdravo
Good morning! Dobro jutro!
Good afternoon! Dober večer!
Hi zdravo
Good evening Dober večer
Good night Lahko noč
Sleep well Lepo spi
How are you? kako si
I’m fine, thank you. Dobro sem, hvala.
How about you? Kaj pa ti?
Nice to meet you. Lepo te je bilo srečati.
Nice to meet you too. Tudi tebe je lepo spoznati.
Likewise Prav tako
It’s good to see you. Lepo te je videti.
Nice to see you again. Lepo te je spet videti.
Pleased to meet you. Vesel sem, da sem te spoznal.
How nice to see you! Kako lepo te je videti!
What’s up? Kaj se dogaja?
What brings you here? Kaj vas je pripeljalo sem?
When you’re leaving
Goodbye Adijo
I hope we’ll meet again. Upam, da se še srečamo.
I’ve got to go. Moram iti.
It was good meeting you. Lepo te je bilo spoznati.
It was great seeing you again. Lepo te je bilo spet videti.
It was great to catch up! Bilo je super nadoknaditi!
See you again sometime. Se vidimo spet kdaj.
See you in the morning Se vidiva zjutraj
See you later Se vidimo kasneje
See you soon Se vidiva kmalu
See you tomorrow Se vidiva jutri
See you tonight Se vidimo zvečer
Sleep well Lepo spi
Take care. pazi nase
Other greetings
Bless you Na zdravje
Cheers! Na zdravje!
Farewell slovo
Good luck! Vso srečo!
Talk to you soon Kmalu se spet slišiva
Welcome dobrodošli
Well done! Dobro opravljeno!

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