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There are various hitchhiking '''phrasebooks''' to be found online.
 
There are various hitchhiking '''phrasebooks''' to be found online.
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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.
  
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== How to add translations ==
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If you are a speaker of one of those many languages around the globe, and if you want to add the translation of these to this phrasebooks, just go to one of the phrasebook sites, choose your language and click on the “edit” button next to the name of the language. A textbox appears where you can find the phrases in English. Just write the translation behind the sentences, so that later you'll find the English translation next to the interpretation in your language.
  
{{Phrasebooks/English}}
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== Phrasebooks ==
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* [[Western Europe phrasebook]]
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* [[Northern Europe phrasebook]]
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* [[Eastern Europe phrasebook]]
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* [[Southern Europe phrasebook]]
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* [[Africa phrasebook]]
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* [[Asia phrasebook]]
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* [[South America phrasebook]]
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* [[North America phrasebook|Central and North America phrasebook]]
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* [[:ru:Русско-польский Панский разговорник для автостопщиков|Russian-Polish hitch-hiking phrasebook]]
  
==Western Europe==
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* [http://en.wikivoyage.org/wiki/Phrasebook Phrasebooks in wikivoyage]
  
===German===
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== External Links ==
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* [http://www.digihitch.com/road-culture/hitchhiking-phrases 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.
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*[https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.hitchwiki.phrasebook Hitchwiki Phrasebook for Android] Important phrases in 20 languages in an offline application for users with Android mobile phones. Developed by Mikael Korpela
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[[wikipedia:Phrase book]]
  
# Guten Tag!
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[[Category:Phrasebook| ]]
# Fahren Sie vielleicht Richtung ... ?
 
# Könnte ich vielleicht bei Ihnen mitfahren?
 
# Können sie mich an der nächsten Tankstelle rauslassen?
 
# Kann ich direkt hier raus?
 
# Vielen Dank für die Fahrt!
 
# Ost, West, Nord, Süd
 
  
===French===
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[[de:Sammlung von Redewendungen]]
# Bonjour
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[[fi:Fraasisanakirja]]
# Est-ce que vous allez vers ...?
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[[fr:Guide linguistique]]
# Est-ce que je pourrais aller avec vous?
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[[nl:Taal]]
# Est-ce que vous pouvez me laisser a une station de service?
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[[zh:词汇书]]
# Est-ce que je peux sortir ici?
 
# Merci beaucoup!
 
# Est, Ouest, Nord, Sud
 
 
 
===Dutch===
 
# Hallo
 
# Rijdt u misschien in de richting van ... ?
 
# Mag ik misschien met u meerijden?
 
# Kunt u me bij het volgende tankstation afzetten?
 
# Kan ik er hier uit?
 
# Bedankt voor de lift!
 
# Oost, West, Noord, Zuid
 
 
 
==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===
 
 
 
==Southern Europe/South America==
 
===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
 
 
 
===Portuguese===
 
 
 
===Italian===
 
 
 
 
 
==Africa==
 
===Arabic===
 
 
 
===Bambara===
 
 
 
===Peul===
 
 
 
===Swahili===
 
 
 
==Asia==
 
===Japanese===
 
 
 
===Chinese===
 
 
 
===Hindi/Urdu===
 
 
 
===Farsi===
 
 
 
===Thai===
 
 
 
===Vietnamese===
 
 
 
==External Links==
 
 
 
* [http://www.digihitch.com/phrases.html 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.
 

Latest revision as of 17:42, 15 December 2015

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.

How to add translations

If you are a speaker of one of those many languages around the globe, and if you want to add the translation of these to this phrasebooks, just go to one of the phrasebook sites, choose your language and click on the “edit” button next to the name of the language. A textbox appears where you can find the phrases in English. Just write the translation behind the sentences, so that later you'll find the English translation next to the interpretation in your language.

Phrasebooks

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.
  • Hitchwiki Phrasebook for Android Important phrases in 20 languages in an offline application for users with Android mobile phones. Developed by Mikael Korpela

wikipedia:Phrase book