By Samantha Grossman
October 1, 2015

When you travel to a foreign country where you don’t speak the language, it’s always a good idea to learn a few useful words and phrases. For example: “That’s a cute dog, can I pet him?” or “What is your spaghetti policy here?”

If you plan to hang out and drink with locals, another good thing to learn is how to say “cheers.” With that in mind, MoveHub, a site designed to make moving abroad easier, created a video that will teach you how to say “cheers” in 28 different languages.

The MoveHub team scoured the diverse streets of London to find these multilingual people, who all raise a glass to your admirable efforts to become more worldly.

Check out the full list of every word, along with the phonetic pronunciations, included in the video.

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