Useful phrases in Aragonese

A collection of useful phrases in Aragonese, a Romance language spoken in parts of Aragon and Catalonia in Spain.

You can see them in many other languages by clicking on the English versions.

English Fabla / l'Aragonés (Aragonese)
Welcome Bienveniu / Bienvenius
Hello Ola
How are you?
Fine thanks, and you?
Qué tal plantas?
Bien grazias, y tú?
Long time no see  
What's your name?

My name is ...
Cómo te clamas? (inf)
Cómo se clama? (frm)
Me clamo ...
Where are you from?
I'm from ...
¿Dan yes?
Soi de ...
Pleased to meet you  
Good morning Buen diya
Good afternoon Buena tardi
Good evening Buena nuei
Good night Buena nuei
Goodbye Adiós / Adixatz / Dica luego / Que vaiga bueno
Good luck  
Cheers/Good health! ¡Salut!
Have a nice day  
Bon appetit  
Bon voyage Buen viache
I understand  
I don't understand No repleco
I don't know  
Please speak more slowly  
Please say that again  
Please write it down  
Do you speak English?  
Do you speak Aragonese?
Yes, a little
¿Charra aragonés?
 
How do you say ... in Aragonese?  
Excuse me  
How much is this?  
Sorry  
Please Porfavor / Perfavor
Thank you
Response
Grazias
Where's the toilet?  
This gentleman/lady
will pay for everything
 
Would you like to
dance with me?
 
I miss you Me fas falta
I love you T'amo
Get well soon  
Go away!  
Leave me alone!  
Help!
Fire!
Stop!
 
Call the police!  
Merry Christmas
and Happy New Year
Feliz Nadal
Happy Easter  
Happy Birthday  
One language
is never enough
 
My hovercraft
is full of eels

What!? Why this phrase?
 

Some phrases supplied by Sima Brankov

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