How to say cheese in different languages.
We’re a global community. We live in a world of cheap flights. The chances of you travelling are high.
Though are you ready to explore? Are you really ready? Have you covered the important things?
And no, I don’t mean knowing where your travel documents, cash or credit cards are. I don’t mean knowing where your Airbnb is, or if you’ve left a contact number with loved ones.
None of the above are important.
What I want to know is can you say ‘cheese’ in a variety of languages?
Then look below. And thank me later.
Haitian Creole: fwomaj.
English: My Love.
Chinese: 奶酪 (“nǎilào”).
Japanese: チーズ (“chīzu”).
Korean: 치즈, (“chijeu”).
Vietnamese: pho mát.
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