C'mon, Vamos & .........

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  1. K!ck5w3rvE

    K!ck5w3rvE Hall of Fame

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    How do you say "Come on" (or the equivalent) in different languages? I know that its "Vamos" in spainish.....but how about some more. What else do you say on court to pump yourself up?
     
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  2. Mr.Safin

    Mr.Safin New User

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    Because I´m from Germany I tend to say: "Komm jetzt" It´s ALMOST the same as C´mon, but you can use it when you want to pump yourself up or if you´re making bad mistakes. So it´s about the way you are saying it. I think Davai is the russian equivalent to C´mon and Allez the French, but I´m not totally sure....
     
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  3. D. Nalbandian

    D. Nalbandian Rookie

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    You're right. Davai is Russian and Allez French.

    I always say Come On, but not so often and loud like Lleyton.
     
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  4. Phil

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    When I'm playing with Japanese, I say, "Ikimashou!", with Arabs, "Flnath-hub", and with Eskimos, "drwagesuknas (click, click, click, tougue smacking noise) jrwabbolwuz!". Needless to say, my matches played up in Fairbanks last a long time.
     
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  5. K!ck5w3rvE

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    I usually say pleasedontb!owupmyhouse when playing arabs my self lol.
     
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