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Post  SirJeivus on Wed Apr 11, 2012 3:29 am

Hi MD!

Personally, I deal with people of all sorts of different backgrounds. And I thought it would be interesting to share how to say "ggs" in multiple languages.

ggs = good games, usually said at the end of a match or playing session with another person. Usually considered common courtesy to say it.

ggs = good games
glhf = good luck, have fun

Chinese (Taiwanese): 謝謝指教

Tagalog (Philippines): magandang laban

hi = hola
thanks = gracias

ggs = otu desu
thanks = arigato

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Post  poppinmee on Wed Apr 11, 2012 12:17 pm

u can also say "這是一場好比賽" in Chinese.


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