Home of Rhett & Link fans - the Mythical Beasts!
Konrad H (Dybuk) had a really good idea!
Let's see how many languages we can list for the saying:
GOOD MYTHICAL MORNING
Once enough languages have been contributed, I'll probably compile them into a GOOD MYTHICAL MORNING banner similar to the WELCOME banner used to greet new members . . .
Only one rule - - ->
NO ONLINE TRANSLATOR TOOLS ALLOWED!
All submissions must come from a Kommunity member who is fluent in their respective "mother tongue".
Thank you all for your contributions!
yeah, we got that one
Magandang gawa-gawa umaga! Filipino! :D
Maidin Miotasúil Maith :) Irish
I would have thought it "Maidin Mhiotasach Mhaith" because "Maidin Mhaith" is good morning and I thought mythical was miotasach (with seimhiu due to the feminine noun)? I could be wrong though...
Uhm the filipino one is kinda wrong since someone used unreliable google translate. We filipino mythical beasts discussed this and it should be Magandang Mitolohikang Umaga :) THANK YOU !!
Thanks, PH - - - correction noted.
Guid mythical morn! Scottish
I tried to translate it into Scots, but I couldn't get mythical ANYWHERE. XD
Thanks Zoe - - I'll go with yours plus substitute "MEITH" for "mythical"
хорошо мифический утро - In Russian
Sorry to say that but the Russian one is not correct. It's 'Доброе Мифическое Утро!' :)
BING translator shows these two words both the same. What is the difference?
First of all, 'good' can be translated into Russian both as 'хороший' (='proper') and 'добрый' (='kind'). If we wanna wish a good morning we say 'Доброе утро!' ('Have a kind morning!') :)
In the previous version ('хорошо мифический утро') 'good' is translated not as an adjective but as an adverb ('well'). Russian words also have gender - 'утро' is neuter, therefore the adjective 'mythical' is not declined properly.
You may also check a video with R&L (it was made by a Russian-speaking YouTuber, he asks them to say the phrase in Russian but it's kinda complicated so he pronounces it himself, here it is https://youtu.be/lqQsbS2U35E?t=140) and then you can play my phrase aloud using BING :) That'll sound the same!
Hope I didn't confuse you :)