Guess the Language!

A greeting in a language will be presented to you. Can you guess what language is being presented?
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Not all greetings mean hello
Not all greetings are (in)formal
Quiz by priebe66
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Last updated: September 30, 2014
First submittedSeptember 30, 2014
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Average score80.0%
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Hello!
English
Hola!
Spanish
Bonjour!
French
Guten tag!
German
Privet!
Russian
Salam!
Arabic
Ni hao!
Chinese
Konichiwa!
Japanese
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Ciao!
Italian
Merhaba!
Turkish
Cześć!
Polish
Szia!
Hungarian
Olá!
Portuguese
Goededag!
Dutch
Yassou!
Greek
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Level 49
Sep 30, 2014
I don't know how to spell Portuguese.
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Level 75
Oct 1, 2014
Nice quiz!
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Level 67
Jan 18, 2019
The dutch one should be goedeNdag (though noone uses it. I think it is used even less than goodday in (american) english) not even in formal situations. Goedemiddag en goedemorgen (in this case no "n" is needed in the middle) ARE in use, for good afternoon and goodmorning. (I guess pretty similar to english, good afternoon being slightly more formal than good morning)
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Level 69
May 5, 2020
Should have a yellow box
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Level 48
Feb 16, 2021
The yellow box would really make no difference because there is no specific order necessary for this quiz. Great quiz though!