Classical-quechua Language Classical-quechua Vocabulary: How to Say Hello and Greetings

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🤗 Classical Quechua Greetings for Everyday Life

Hi Classical Quechua learners! 😃

Do you want to learn how to say “Hello” in Classical Quechua?

Greetings are an important part of any language because they allow you to connect and communicate with others.

If you’re planning a trip to the country or are trying to learn Classical Quechua, keep reading to discover some of the most important greetings.

Let’s get started! 🤗

Greetings[edit | edit source]

English Classical Quechua
traditional greeting formerly used in the Incan Empire ("don't steal, don't lie, don't be lazy") Ama sua, ama llulla, ama qhella

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Polyglot Club thanks Jennifer Runner for her outstanding work in collecting some of the phrases for this Classical Quechua lesson. 👍

Her objective is, like the Polyglot Club, to promote intercultural communication and understanding and to raise awareness of linguistic diversity in the world. ✨

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