How to say Pleased to meet you in German: schön sie zu treffen

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How to say Pleased to meet you in German: schön sie zu treffen

Learning German for travel or study? Let’s try this term:

To say Pleased to meet you in German: schön sie zu treffen
Say it out loud: “shoon zee zoo treh fin

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Some more helpful words in our German Greetings category:

Fine, thank you – gut, danke  (goot, dahn kuh)
Good Afternoon – guten tag  (goo ten tahg)
Good Evening – guten abend  (goo ten ah bent)
Good Morning – guten morgen  (goo ten mohr gahn)
Good Night – gute Nacht  (goo teh nahkt)
Goodbye – auf wiedersehn  (auf vee der zeen)
How are you? – wie geht es dir  (vee geet ess dear)
Pleased to meet you – schön sie zu treffen  (shoon zee zoo treh fin)

And here’s how to say Pleased to meet you in other languages!

Arabic–Sarort be ma'refatek  (sa rort be mah re fa tek)
Chinese–Hěn Gāoxìng  (Hun Gao Shing)
Croatian–drago mi je  (drah go me yay)
Czech–Těší mne  (TYEH sheh myay)
Finnish–Hauska tutustua  (hows kah tutus tuah)
French–Enchanté  (on shawn tay)
German–schön sie zu treffen  (shoon zee zoo treh fin)
Italian–piacere!  (pee ah chair ray)
Japanese–Hajimemashite  (Hah Jee Meh Mah Shee Teh)
Korean–Mannaseo Bangapseupnida.  (Man Na Soh Ban Gap Sum Ni Da.)
Polish–Miło Cię poznać  (Mee wo tshieh poz' natz)
Portuguese–Muito Prazer  (moo-ee too prah zehr)
Russian–Rad/Rada vstreche  (Rad vstre cheh/Radah vstre cheh)
Spanish–mucho gusto  (moo chō goo stō)
Swahili–nimefurahi kukujua  (nee meh foo ra hee koo koo joo ah)
Thai–Yin Di Thi Dai Ru Chak  (yin dee TEE DAI roo jak)
Turkish–memnun oldum  (maim nun old um)
Vietnamese–Rất Vui Được Gặp Bạn.  (Rut Vooey Dook Gup Ban)

One polite phrase upon introduction to someone is "Pleased to meet you" (schön sie zu treffen). This phrase cuts across most cultures and especially in German and it is among the first phrases you will want to learn as a sign of politeness. For more "courtesy" and "greetings" phrases, get instant access to the German Language Set.

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