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Even though the COVID-19 epidemic has not yet been eradicated and there are still positives and human losses around the world, it is projected that by 2022, we will have far more reason to celebrate and embark on new challenges.
Although the threat of omicron variations remains dormant, restrictions have been imposed across the country and in many parts of the world, so it will be difficult to enjoy Happy New Year 2022 as usual in many circumstances.
Wish a Happy New Year 2022 in different languages
Apart from demonstrating our love for family and friends, another option to welcome 2022 in a big way is to wish our loved ones a happy 2022 in an unusual style.
One approach to achieve this is to wish "Happy New Year 2022" in several languages, with uncommon ones being preferred by Americans. Here are some ideas for surprising your friends and family.
- Bonne Année, which means "Happy New Year" in French (Pronunciation- bon a-nay)
- n Italian, we say "Happy New Year": "Buon Anno" (Pronunciation- boo-on ah-no)
- In German, Happy New Year is Frohes Neues Jahr (Pronunciation- frohes neuyis yar)
- Xin Nian Kuai Le (Happy New Year in Mandarin) (Pronunciation- Sheen Nyan Kwai Luh)
- omelet Akemashite (Happy New Year in Japanese) (Pronunciation- Ake mashie omelet)
- Sae has bok mani ba du se yo (Happy New Year in Korean) (Pronunciation- saehae bog manh-i bad-euseyo)
- In Spanish, Happy New Year is Feliz Ao Nuevo (Pronunciation- feh-liz an-yoh n-way-vo)
- Naye Varsha Ki Shubhkamanyen (Happy New Year in Hindi)