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The Answer is Always "NO"
"Dr. No's no brainer approach to knowing when "no" is being said in no-table nations."
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An Amharic (Ethiopia) speaker may lead you to think they are in agreement with you by saying which of the following words that actually means "no"?
The Arabic (North Africa) word for "no" (although spelled slightly differently) sounds a lot like the name of which female character from "Futurama"?
The Ashanti/Assante (Ghana) speaking desk clerk just told you there are "no" hotel rooms available although it sounds like he'd like to discuss which of the following Harry Potter characters?
In Bagandji (Australia) the word for "no" sounds rather dangerous, because it is also the name of which poisonous lizard found in southwestern American and northern Mexico?
The Bete (Cameroon) language has a particularly funny word for "no" that can also refer to which clown doll used by Albert Bandura in his research on behavior associated with aggression?
What is the festive way of saying "no" in Trobes Tokples (Trobriand Papua N. Guinea)?
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In Icetot (Uganda) which of the following words sounds like a video game system, but really means "no"?
"No" in the Cora (Mexico) language resembles which Incan accounting system that employed the knotting of cords?
A Cree (Canada) speaker may sound like he's discussing his last trip to the dentist, but is actually saying "no" when using which of the following words?
If inviting a speaker of Dhivehi (Maldives) to lunch you may find yourself dining alone if you accidentally use which word for "no" in your invitation?
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Compiled Dec 04 13