Stop Cursing ? (multilingual topic) Anything and everything

Remus
Remus
Global Moderator

So, I have this friend in my classroom who curses quite often. After I've asked him to stop doing so, he said I have to tell him in 30 different languages and only then he will stop. So, how do you say "[b]Stop Cursing ![/b]" in your language ? :D Thanks.

Mmarrcoss22
Mmarrcoss22
Regular

"Smettila di imprecare!"
That would be in italian.

Storyteller
Storyteller
New Member

come on a little bit cursing isn't that bad ;)
but here in swiss german for you:

Hör emol uf z'flueche

Edit by Storyteller .
stephane02
stephane02
Casual

in French

(arrête de dire des gros-mots)

:)

AppleTan
AppleTan
Casual

Awww, you already said the English :/
XD

BrownieHamster123
BrownieHamster123
Casual

"Normal" German:
Hoer auf zu fluchen
:D

Remus
Remus
Global Moderator

come on a little bit cursing isn't that bad ;)
I agree with you, just that he is exaggerating with it, which becomes really irritating.


Thank you all for your answers so far :D

lostlover
lostlover
Casual

In Dutch, 'Stop met vloeken!'

Babe
Babe
Expert

Perestan` proklinat` -Russian
Godi proklinaty- Ukrainian

Aphrael
Aphrael
New Member

In Polish :)

Przestań przeklinać!

Erick3189
Erick3189
Regular

¡Deja de de maldecir! -Spanish

RiinaHV
RiinaHV
Casual

Lopeta kiroileminen!
Finnish version :)

Sim0na
Sim0na
Casual

lõpeta vandumine!

Estonian

ToFi
ToFi
Casual

Latin: "Noli maledicere!" (At least I thinks so :-) )

Oliska22
Oliska22
Casual

Polski :
Przestań przeklinać !
Suahili :
Kuacha laana !

Mmarrcoss22
Mmarrcoss22
Regular

Sicilian: A finem'iastimari????
And Italian 2.0: Smettila di bestemmiare

WRLi
WRLi
Casual

别诅咒 is Chinese
And in Beijing we add some rude words xD