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‘Hello my name is’ printable

There is a page for each language.

There is an outline of a head, and a speech bubble containing the words ‘Hello my name is’ in the target language.

There is space for the child to write their name.

Copyright statement (at the bottom of each page)

ELLA: Early Learning Languages Australia

ELLA is funded by the Australian Government Department of Education, Skills and Employment and is managed by Education Services Australia. © 2021 Commonwealth of Australia, unless otherwise indicated. This material, other than Commonwealth trade marks in The Polyglots characters and The Polyglots logo, may be used in accordance with the Creative Commons BY-NC 4.0 licence, unless otherwise indicated.

Arabic

Arabic: مرحبا! اسْمِي

Transliteration: marHaban! Ismi

Chinese

Chinese: 你好!我叫

Pinyin: Nĭ hăo! Wŏ jiào

French

Bonjour! Je m’appelle

German

Guten Tag! Ich heiße

Hindi

Hindi: नमस्ते! मेरा नाम है।

Transliteration: namaste! merā nām ha̅ī।

Indonesian

Halo! Nama saya

Italian

Ciao! Mi chiamo

Japanese (for a girl)

Japanese: こんにちは!わたしは

Rōmaji: Konnichiwa! Watashi wa

Japanese (for a boy)

Japanese: こんにちは!ぼくは

Rōmaji: Konnichiwa! Boku wa

Korean (for names ending in a consonant, e.g. Alex)

Korean: 안녕! 내 이름은 … 이야!

Transliteration: Annyeong! Nae ireum-eun … -iya!

Korean (for names ending in a vowel, e.g. Anna)

Korean: 안녕! 내 이름은 … 야!

Transliteration: Annyeong! Nae ireum-eun … -ya!

Modern Greek

Greek: Γεια σου! Με λένε

Transliteration: Gia soo! Me lene

Spanish

¡Hola! Me llamo

Turkish

Selam! Benim adım

Vietnamese

Xin chào! Tôi tên là