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==Northern Europe==
 
Don't bother to try asking in Danish, Swedish, Norwegian or Finnish. Almost people speak English, and will be confused when you try to speak their language - and if you do speak it at a reasonable level, you won't need this phrasebook.
 
 
==Eastern Europe==
 
Russian is probably the most important language to learn, many older people speak or at least understand Russian, especially when their mother tongue is a Slavic language.
 
 
===Russian===
 
 
===Polish===
 
 
===Czech===
 
 
===Slovak===
 
 
===Hungarian===
 
 
==South-Eastern Europe==
 
===Slovenian===
 
 
===Serbian/Croatian/Bosnian===
 
 
===Bulgarian===
 
 
===Romanian===
 
 
===Albanian===
 
 
===Greek===
 
 
===Turkish===
 
 
===Spanish===
 
1. Hola
 
 
2. Va usted a ...?
 
 
3. Yo podria ir con usted?
 
 
4.
 
 
5. Podria dejarme aqui?
 
 
6. Gracias por la ayuda.
 
 
7. Este, Oeste, Norte, Sur
 
 
 
 
==Africa==
 
===Arabic===
 
 
===Bambara===
 
 
===Peul===
 
 
===Swahili===
 
 
==Asia==
 
===Japanese===
 
 
===Chinese===
 
 
===Hindi/Urdu===
 
 
===Farsi===
 
 
===Thai===
 
 
===Vietnamese===
 
  
 
==External Links==
 
==External Links==

Revision as of 14:29, 27 December 2005

There are various hitchhiking phrasebooks to be found online. Since this is a wiki we can try to make the best one. A flexible one, where you can assemble your own phrasebook, with the languages you need for your trip.

External Links

  • Global Vagabond Language Guide - Important phrases for hitchhikers in over 20 languages, including a printable edition of the Hitch-hiking Phrasebook for many European languages.