How do you say "hello", "goodbye", "thank you" in your language? Anything and everything

Hindi

Namaste - generic greeting for both hi and goodbye.
Namaskar - a more respectful form of the same greeting.
Dhanyavaad/Shukriya - Thank you

-Romanian-

Hello = Bună / Salut (used to guys)
Goodbye = La revedere (more formal) / Pa (usual and informal) / Baftă (used to guys)
Thank You = Mulţumesc (formal) / Mersi (informal)
You're Welcome = Cu plăcere
See you = Pe curând

In Taiwan we say(It's Chinese, but a little different from China)
Hi!= 嗨!
Goodbye=再見!
Thank you= 謝謝=see you
You're welcome= 不客氣
Please=拜託

in french it's :

Hello - Bonjour ( hi - salut )
Goodbye - Au revoir
Thank you - Merci

In Turkish it's;
Hello - Merhaba / Selam
Goodbye - Görüşürüz
Thank you - Teşekkürler / Teşekkür ederim

hello:hola.
goodbye:adios.
thank you:muchas gracias,gracias.
goodmorning:buenas días.
goodnight:buenas noches.

lot lot

In Dutch?? it is:

Hello -> Hallo
Goodbye -> tot nog eens..
Thank you -> Dank je / dank je wel
Good morning -> goede morgen

Now in my Language :P

Hello --> Elaba !
Goodbye --> Dada !
Thank you --> Dankje
Good Morning --> Goeie morgen ;)

Whahaha :)

Hello - 안녕하세요(honorific)/ 안녕
Thank u - 감사합니다(honorific)/ 고마워
Good bye - 안녕히 가세요(honorific)/ 잘가/ 내일봐

Hello -> Ciao
Goodbye -> Arrivederci
Thank you -> Grazie
Good morning -> Buon Giorno

Hello
Goodbye
Thank you
:)
:P

Joey :D lol

Hello - 你好
Thank u -谢谢
Good bye -再见

In Dutch?? it is:

Goodbye -> tot nog eens..

I don´t use 'tot nog eens' I don't think that's correct dutch it is 'tot ziens' = 'see you later' or just 'doei' = bye
I think the best translation for goodbye= 'goeden dag'

Hello -> Hallo,heey
Goodbye -> Daag
Thank you -> Dankuwel
Good morning -> Goedemorgen

In Russian.

hello - Привет! Здорово! Прив!)
Goodbye - Пока! До встречи! До свидания!
Thank you - Спасибо, спс.
Good morning - Доброе утро, С добрым утром.

Hello : Bonjour (Hi : Salut)
Goodbye : Au revoir
Thank you: Merci

hello-- hoi
goodbye-- houdoe
thank you--- dankje
good morning--- goede morgen

In Korean, have something in honorific(after '/').

Hello=안녕!(Ahan nyeong)/안녕하세요(Ahan nyeong ha se yo)

Goodbye=잘 가(jal ga), 안녕~(Ahan nyeong)/잘가요(jal ga yo),안녕히가세요(Ahan nyeong he ga se yo)

Thank you=고마워(go ma war)/고맙습니다(go map sum ni da), 감사합니다(gam sa hap ni da)