How do you say " I love nursing" in your language? - page 5

hi there from the usa....i was interested in making a flyer for a nursing project and thought it might be nice to indicate how much nurses appreciate each other...if anyone is interested, please let... Read More

  1. by   hrjang
    In Korea,

    "나는 간호사가 되고 싶어요."

    => "Nanun Ganosaga Duego Sibpuyo."

    If you are interested in learning Korean, there are some sites.

    http://www.learnkorean.com/

    http://www.langintro.com/kintro/

    I will ask my friends from Japan and China for this project.
  2. by   newonboard
    Wow,
    ain't languages just beautiful.
    And God Understands them all.
    Awesome!
  3. by   jayna
    ohhhh.......Hope I pronunced them well.

    As for my own own language where only 500 people speaks is
    A ga zaria ta u vezato :uhoh21: :uhoh21: :uhoh21: :uhoh21: .......I love nursing
  4. by   marble arch
    I have to say something in Icelandic.....

    g elska hjkrun = I love nursing
    g elska a vera hjkrunarfraedingur = I love to be a nurse

    hjkrun = nursing
    fraedingur = specialist.....

    Enjoy....greetings from Iceland...Marble Arch.
  5. by   suzanne4
    Quote from marble arch
    I have to say something in Icelandic.....

    g elska hjkrun = I love nursing
    g elska a vera hjkrunarfraedingur = I love to be a nurse

    hjkrun = nursing
    fraedingur = specialist.....

    Enjoy....greetings from Iceland...Marble Arch.
    Welcome to Allnurses.com from sunny and warm Bangkok!
    Have a great stay on this site.............................................. .......
  6. by   LadyT618
    Quote from wanabebabynurse
    This is a really neat thread ~ keep it up !! I have a question for you, nursegreeneyes. I am taking Espanol right now and what is the difference between saying "Amo ser una enfermera" and what you said, "Encanta ser una enfermera." Just curious ~ espanol es muy dificil por me.

    "Encantar" tends to be used when referring to objects or things. "Amar" tends to be used when talking of romantic love (someone as opposed to something).
  7. by   BJONEAL
    Chun ruk ngarn pa-ya-barn

    :hatparty: I mean I love it !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  8. by   nursedawn67
    This poaster with all the different ways sounds like a great idea, I would love to see it. In fact it would be great if there was a way to scan it and email it..it would even make a a great desktop wallpaper for the computer. Very creative idea.
  9. by   joanmar11@yahoo.com
    isa akong nurse.......................maysa ak nga nurse.................

    "I am a nurse"
  10. by   newonboard
    Quote from joanmar11@yahoo.com
    isa akong nurse.......................maysa ak nga nurse.................

    "I am a nurse"
    what language is this
  11. by   Faby
    quote=mother/babyrn]hi there from the usa....i was interested in making a flyer for a nursing project and thought it might be nice to indicate how much nurses appreciate each other...if anyone is interested, please let me know how to say ( and spell) " i love being a nurse", in your language.....thanks![/quote]

    here it goes in spanish. "i love nursing" " amo la enfermera"
    "i love being a nurse" "amo ser enfermera" there are many ways of saying the
    same. hope this helps.
  12. by   DavidFR
    Quote from Flynurse
    I had Dave translate this for me...he has a minor in French.

    French: J'aime suis infirmire!

    English: I like to be a nurse!
    Sorry to split hairs, but I think this is incorrect, and my French colleague agrees with me.
    It's: 'J'aime d'tre infirmre' (or if you're a man, infirmier). When you have two verbs together in French, the second has to be in the infinitive form, in this case "tre" preceeded by the preposition 'de' shortened to d' because it precedes a vowel.
  13. by   Gitane56
    j'aime etre une infirmiere



    c'est franchais
    Last edit by Gitane56 on Aug 17, '04

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