Mother’s Day is a warm, heartfelt occasion celebrated globally to recognize those who we hold closest to our hearts, mothers. In this article, we’ll be going over how to say Happy Mother’s Day in 15 languages.
How To Say Happy Mother’s Day In 15 Languages
- English: Happy Mother’s Day
- Spanish: Feliz Día de la Madre
- German: Alles Gute/Liebe zum Muttertag!
- Japanese: 母の日おめでとう！
- Portuguese: Feliz Dia da Mãe
- Chinese: 母亲节快乐 (traditional: 母親節快樂) Mǔqīnjié kuàilè
- Malay: Selamat hari ibu
- Italian: Buona Festa della mamma
- Vietnamese: Ngày của Mẹ
- French: Bonne Fête des mères (“Day of Mothers”)
- Thai: “Suksan Wan Mae” (สุขสันต์วันแม่).
- Burmese: “ပျော်ရွှင်ဖွယ်မိခင်များနေ့ ပျော်ရွှင်ဖွယ်မိခင်များနေ့ (pyawshwinhpwal mihkainmyarrnae)
- Russian: “Счастливого дня Матери”.
- Tagalog: Maligayang Araw ng Mga Ina!
- Arabic: عيد ام سعيد(eyd ‘am saeid)
5 Ways To Learn A Language With Your Mother Today
- Make a mother’s day card in your target language and surprise her! Don’t worry, yes people still buy cards.
- Sit down with your mother and teach her all the words for love and appreciation in your target language. Just start blurting the words out and translate afterward, she’ll hug you to pieces.
- Treat your mom to a home-cooked meal from your target language’s country. Be sure to cook up a storm!
- Sing her a love song in your target language. Singing just has a natural way of cheering anybody and everybody up. Give our Karaoke Madness article a read to get started.
- Take her on a treasure hunt, and only leave clues in your target language. It’ll be a fun learning experience for both of you.
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