Bengali Language/Greetings and basic polite expressions

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Note: This dialect of Bengali Language is spoken in the country Bangladesh, not to be confused with Bengali spoken in 'West Bengal' state in India.

To say Say
Hello Assalamu alaikum [Wrong]; Aree; To greet someone before starting conversation (Bangladesh) / Namashkar (India)
Goodbye Khuda hafez ; Allah hafez (Bangladesh) / Aaschi; Aashi (India)
Good morning Shuprabhat; Shuvo Shokal
Good afternoon Shubho Oporanno
Good Evening Shubho Shondha
Good Night Shubho Ratri
See you again Abar dekha hobe
Excuse me Ei je, shunchen? / ektu shunben?
Pardon me amake maaf koren / amake khoma koren
Thank you. dhonnobad / apnake dhonnobad / tomake dhonnobad
Thanks a lot. Onek dhonnobad
Please Doya kore [ektu]
Nice to meet you. Apnar shathe porichito hoye khushi holam.
How are you? Kemon achen ? Kemon acho?
I am well Ami Bhalo achi.
I am very well. Ami Khub bhalo achi.
Thank you. dhonnobad./ apnake dhonnobad / tomake dhonnobad.
Thanks a lot. Onek dhonnobad
Yes Hæ (like Hat without the T)
No Na.
Sorry Dukkhito
I don't understand [what you are saying] [Apni ki bolchen] Ami bhujhte parchi na.
Repeat please Abar bolun./ Arekbar bolun / bolen.
Speak [a bit] slowly please [Ektu] Dhire bolun / bolen.
I don't understand Ami bhujhte parchina.
Repeat please Abar bolun./ Arekbar bolun.
I cannot speak Bengali Ami Bangla bolte pari na.
I cannot speak Bengali very well Ami khub bhalo bangla bolte parina.
Do you speak English? Apni ingreji bolte paren?