How to say you are welcome in Turkish: bir şey değil

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How to say you are welcome in Turkish: bir şey değil

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

To say you are welcome in Turkish: bir şey değil
Say it out loud: “bee shay deal

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Some more helpful words in our Turkish Courtesy/Questions category:

...the bathroom – tuvalet  (too' vah let)
come with me – benimle gel  (beh nim lay all)
do you speak english? – İngilizce konuşmak?  (een guh liz ya ko nush muk?)
excuse me – afedersiniz  (ah feh dar sinz)
excuse me (to get past) – lütfen  (loot fahn)
good / bad – iyi / kötü  (ee yay / kuh tuh)
how do you say…? – nasil denilir?  (nah seal din uh leer?)
how much is this? – ne kadar?  (nay kah dar?)
may I? (point at chair, door) – buyurun  (booh ya rahn)
maybe – belki  (bell kee)
no problem – önemli değil  (oh nahm lee dil)
sorry – özür dilerim  (oh zoo dih leer im)
thank you – teşekkür ederim  (teh shake kur' dur im)
thanks – sağol  (sahl)
what is that? – bu ne?  (boo nay?)
where is… – nerede  (neh' reh day)
yes / no – evet / hayir  (eh vet / hi year)
you are welcome – bir şey değil  (bee shay deal)

And here’s how to say you are welcome in other languages!

Arabic–Ahlan bek / La shukr Ala Wajeb  (ah lan bek / la shuk ala wajeb)
Chinese–Búkèqì  (Boo Kuh Chee)
Croatian–nema na čemu  (nay ma nah chay moo)
Czech–Není zač  (neh nee ZAHCH)
Finnish–Ole hyvä  (oh leh hih vah)
French–De rien  (deh ree anh)
German–bitte  (bit tuh)
Italian–prego  (preh goh)
Japanese–Douitashimashite  (Dough Ee Tah Shee Mah Shee Teh)
Korean–Cheonmaneyo.  (Chun Man Ae Yo.)
Polish–Nie ma za co  (Nyeah ma zah' tzo)
Portuguese–De Nada  (jee nah dah)
Russian–Na zdorovye  (Nah zdah roh vye)
Spanish–de nada  (day nah dah)
Swahili–karibu  (kah ree' boo)
Thai–Mai Pen Rai  (mai pen rai)
Turkish–bir şey değil  (bee shay deal)
Vietnamese–Không Có Chi  (Khom Caw Chee)

"You are welcome" is a great common courtesy word to learn in any language. It encourages listening to the the person you are talking to. Once you recognize someone express gratitude, for instance a restauranteur will thank you for visiting, you can reply with you are welcome. Whether you are in Italy and can reply prego, prego, or Korea where you might say cheonmaneyo, engaging in a little dialogue in a foreign language is such a rewarding experience. Did that help? You're welcome!

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