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A favor . . . how can I say:

Posted: Tue Mar 27, 2007 4:52 am
by curious/need a favor
Can someone tell me how to say "Happy Birthday" in Cantonese??? I'd really appreciate it ;)

Posted: Tue Mar 27, 2007 6:54 am
by duaaagiii
http://www.cantonese.sheik.co.uk/dictionary/words/3281/

To hear what this sounds like:
1. Go to http://www.kanhan.com/tdc/blackboard_tdc.swf
2. Select the second option (廣東話)
3. Copy and paste 生日快樂 into the large text box.
4. Click on the first long button (即時發音).

Re: A favor . . . how can I say:

Posted: Sat Jan 17, 2009 7:04 am
by loli
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Re: A favor . . . how can I say:

Posted: Mon Mar 23, 2009 5:27 am
by sophiamoniquesm
curious/need a favor wrote:Can someone tell me how to say "Happy Birthday" in Cantonese??? I'd really appreciate it ;)
it says: " 生日快乐“的粤语 "

Re: A favor . . . how can I say:

Posted: Thu Apr 30, 2009 2:06 pm
by arsah
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Re: A favor . . . how can I say:

Posted: Sat Jul 11, 2009 3:12 pm
by Dally99
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Re: A favor . . . how can I say:

Posted: Sat Jul 25, 2009 8:09 am
by johnsteve2009
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Re: A favor . . . how can I say:

Posted: Wed Sep 02, 2009 7:08 am
by fuenteselaine
Hi sophiamoniquesm...
The meaning of "Happy Birthday" in Cantonese is " 生日快乐“的粤语 ". It can be spoken as "Sun yat fai lok ". I hope you can get your answer at the earliest.

Re: A favor . . . how can I say:

Posted: Tue Sep 08, 2009 2:38 pm
by thamoskuk9
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Re: A favor . . . how can I say:

Posted: Tue Sep 08, 2009 2:41 pm
by thamoskuk9
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Some observations on the news...

By all accounts, Tim Russert was a respected journalist and well-liked. I didn't watch the Sunday talk shows – though I did read their results – because I felt they kept interviewing the same suspects and didn't really move us forward. Russert was with NBC News for 22 years, running their Washington bureau, and anchoring their Sunday broadcast since 1991. One measure of his effectiveness as a journalist is how the nation has done since then, especially over the past seven years during which time he had considerable influence; to the extent that his doggedness scared some people away from being guests on his broadcast. So kudos for that. But there is this codicil, that Russert, along with Jennings, Brokaw, Rather, and some others, were supposed to represent the public's need to know against the powers that be and they failed us. They didn't stand up for the facts, not adequately; where we are today is the proof. Instead, they bent over backwards before the Bush-Cheney-Rove onslaught, abetting the pushing through Congress of the Patriots Act and then the invasion of Iraq. The press failed to hold the feet to the fire the government officials responsible for Abu Ghraib and Guantanamo; global warming, the subprime crisis, soaring food prices. These were all stories that happened on their watch, and they neglected to adequately inform us of the truth. Tragically, Gibson, Couric, and Williams are milquetoast compared to their predecessors. One hopes, but doubts, that Russert will be succeeded by a well-informed, public-minded bulldog...who can get the job done.
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Re: A favor . . . how can I say:

Posted: Thu Sep 24, 2009 10:32 am
by Morganburt
curious/need a favor wrote:Can someone tell me how to say "Happy Birthday" in Cantonese??? I'd really appreciate it ;)
you can write it on this way Happy Birthday = 生日快乐
:P

Re: A favor . . . how can I say:

Posted: Mon Dec 07, 2009 6:53 pm
by mac123
Some observations on the news...

By all accounts, Tim Russert was a respected journalist and well-liked. I didn't watch the Sunday talk shows – though I did read their results – because I felt they kept interviewing the same suspects and didn't really move us forward. Russert was with NBC News for 22 years, running their Washington bureau, and anchoring their Sunday broadcast since 1991. One measure of his effectiveness as a journalist is how the nation has done since then, especially over the past seven years during which time he had considerable influence; to the extent that his doggedness scared some people away from being guests on his broadcast. So kudos for that. But there is this codicil, that Russert, along with Jennings, Brokaw, Rather, and some others, were supposed to represent the public's need to know against the powers that be and they failed us. They didn't stand up for the facts, not adequately; where we are today is the proof. Instead, they bent over backwards before the Bush-Cheney-Rove onslaught, abetting the pushing through Congress of the Patriots Act and then the invasion of Iraq. The press failed to hold the feet to the fire the government officials responsible for Abu Ghraib and Guantanamo; global warming, the subprime crisis, soaring food prices. These were all stories that happened on their watch, and they neglected to adequately inform us of the truth. Tragically, Gibson, Couric, and Williams are milquetoast compared to their predecessors. One hopes, but doubts, that Russert will be succeeded by a well-informed, public-minded bulldog...who can get the job done.




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Re: A favor . . . how can I say:

Posted: Wed Feb 03, 2010 11:36 am
by platinumrec
May I request the posters to provide the English translation or pronounciation of the Chinese characters. It would be easy to look into the English-Chinese dictionary if so. Just a request..

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Re: A favor . . . how can I say:

Posted: Sun May 23, 2010 6:49 am
by ds333
U may use Google translate to do that :D