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New Year 2020: How to Say ‘Happy New Year’ in Different Languages From French ‘Bonne Année’ to Spanish ‘Feliz Año Nuevo’?

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Another year has ended. And this end is significant because 2019 marks the conclusion of the second decade of the 21st century. Are you all ready to embrace another year and welcome another decade? How excited are you? All the countries across the world have their own unique way to ring in New Years. Different traditions and languages are what makes New Year celebrations unique. How about you ring in New Year 2020 in a slightly unusual manner, as compared to the previous years? Learning how you wish, ‘Happy New Year’ in different languages, could be one exciting thing! Wish your guests Happy New Year 2020 in their native language and brush up on your language skills in the process. On the festive season, from French ‘Bonne Année’ to Portuguese ‘Feliz Año Nuevo,’ here we present you how you can wish ‘Happy New Year’ in other languages and dialects. How to Write Date Correctly in The Year 2020? /20 or /2020, Here’s Why You Must Use Right Format of Writing The Dates In The New Year. 

With the clock striking midnight, 2020 will arrive as January 1 brings in fresh starts and New Year resolutions galore. While the days and ways of ushering in the New Year may be different in various cultures, one common binding factor is the underlying belief—ringing in the positive and bidding adieu to the negatives! Do it adding a little more fun this time. Here is how you can wish ‘Happy New Year’ in different languages. Happy New Year 2020 Images and Greetings: WhatsApp Stickers, GIF Messages, Facebook Quotes, Insta Captions and SMS Templates to Send on New Year. 

  • French – Bonne Année
  • Spanish – Feliz Año Nuevo
  • Welsh – Blwyddyn Newydd Dda
  • Italian – Buon anno
  • German – Frohes Neues Jahr
  • Dutch – Gelukkig Nieuwjaar
  • Icelandic – Gleðilegt nýtt ár
  • Japanese (although this one is customary after midnight) – Akemashite omedetou
  • Mandarin – Xin Nian Kuai Le – (sheen nian kwai luh)
  • Cantonese – O San Nin Fai Lok – (san knee fy lock)
  • Turkish – Mutlu yıllar
  • Czech – Sťastný nový rok
  • Danish – Godt nytår
  • Finnish – Hyvää uutta vuotta
  • Norwegian – Godt nytt år Polish – Szczesliwego Nowego Roku
  • Portuguese – Feliz Ano Novo
  • Russian – S novym godom
  • India – Navavarsh Kee Shubhakaamana

It is always fun to learn something new. And you cannot start another year any better, but learning to wish Happy New Year in these many languages. Make your guests feel extra special at your New Year’s Eve dinner and even show off your intellect a bit, by learning these many dialects. Happy New Year!

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