How do you say " I love nursing" in your language? - page 6

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   Gitane56
    Sorry but I asked my hubby to translate. He is french...from Paris.....real anal about his language lol typic franchais.....sorry but my keyboard isn't set up for the accents.
    a bientot
  2. by   jen1782
    mahal ko ang pagiging nars = I love being a nurse
    It's tagalog language from the Philippines
  3. by   carmens
    In Romanian, you'd say:

    "Imi place sa fiu asistenta" = "I love being a nurse"
  4. by   kathy Yo
    Wo Ai hu li!
  5. by   shot_z
    I think "I liebe Krankenpflege" is the most accurate.

    Mencanta ser una norsa!

    That's spanish for "I love being a nurse!"
    Hubby can't think of the word for "nursing", My french is very rusty, but I'll try to put it together.
  6. by   to_zion2002
    "Enicku Nursing Eshtamanu" (in Malayalam - Mother tongue of Kerala, India)
  7. by   Faby
    Quote from shot_z
    I think "I liebe Krankenpflege" is the most accurate.

    Mencanta ser una norsa!

    That's spanish for "I love being a nurse!"
    Hubby can't think of the word for "nursing", My french is very rusty, but I'll try to put it together.
    Norsa doesn't exixts in Spanish. It could be said "Me encanta ser una enfermera " or "Amo la enfermera" In some spanish speaking countries, like Uruguay, it's ussually said Nurse for enfermera. But never norsa.
    Nursing in Spanish is said "Enfermera"
  8. by   Dirk
    Hello !

    I lived long time near the netherlands border, and I think, they would say :

    Ik houd van pleeg

    Hope that is right

    Dirk
  9. by   Marisaej
    in south africa we say: Ek is mal oor verpleging!! Is so great to see others loving the profession as much as I do. Though some day's more than others....
  10. by   DavidFR
    Quote from Gitane56
    Sorry but I asked my hubby to translate. He is french...from Paris.....real anal about his language lol typic franchais.....sorry but my keyboard isn't set up for the accents.
    a bientot

    Well I won't argue with a real Frenchman! However people here do omit the article un(e) when they talk about their profession (and I was taught this is correct), and I'm shocked he doesn't use a preposition. Does he have an explanation for this? (I'm not questioning his use of his own language, I'm simply interested as you get different explanations from different French people)
  11. by   DavidFR
    Gitane, thank-you for prompting me to look this up!
    The verb aimer is followed by a direct verb and not a preposition. I've been making this mistake a long time now! Big merci to your man!
  12. by   OMG212
    In Spanish..."Me encanta ser enfermero"

    Oliver
  13. by   Effe
    Quote from 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!
    in portuguese is said "eu amo enfermagem", i'm glad i could help you! :hatparty:

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