As they say "hello" in different countries?

Residents of Mexico, raising up the phone, say "Bueno» («bueno»), which translated from Spanish means "good."Such an appeal due to the fact that earlier in Mexico, repeated incidents of disruption of telephone service, and the word «bueno» immediately gave to understand the person on the other end that it is heard well.

Spaniards, taking phone call, speak into the phone, "digame» («digame») or abbreviated "Diga» («diga»), which means "speak."

Italians when answering the phone ringing shout "Pronto!» («Pronto!») - «Ready!".

In Japan, a telephone call meets the word "Mosi-Mosi", which is a derivative of the word "mosim

asu-mosimasu" and translated into Russian as "listening."China has attracted the attention of the interlocutor a simple interjection "Wei!" - Russian analogue of "hey!".

Greeks respond to a telephone call with "embros!", Which translates as "forward" or the word "parakalo", meaning "please."

Residents of the Netherlands and Switzerland as a friendly greeting pronounce the word "hoi» («hoi»).

In Germany, in addition to English borrowings "Hellow» («hello») is also very often say "yes» («ja»), and called his name.

the Balkans, inhabited by Croats, Bosnians and Serbs, when responding to a phone call made to use the word "pray» («moulim») - «I ask."

In Turkey, the sides of the phone to greet each other with the word "Effendi?» («Efendim»), which translated into Russian as "sir?".In Armenia, a telephone conversation is customary to begin with the word "lsum em" - "listen" or "AEI» («la»).

People living in the countries of Central Asia and the Middle East (Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Afghanistan, Iran), answering the phone rings, say "Labban» («labbay»), that is "listening to you, what you want?".