你要什么?What would you like?

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Hello, everyone. In today’s lesson, I’ve decided to focus on some food and drink names in Chinese (written in Pinyin), the phrase ‘What would you like?’ and personal pronounce which I have provided as a reference. Hope you enjoy the lesson and do leave any comments or questions at the end. Matt Wan 1. Match the words in Pinyin with their pictures below. … Read More

Useful Chinese verbs for beginners

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Useful Сhinese vocabulary (1) The podcast with these will follow but at the moment here is the list of useful verbs you should know. I have put Pinyin in the middle but without the tone so you will need to listen to the podcast. The first word ‘love’ is really popular. Do you know how to say ‘I love you’ … Read More

Learn how to ask some questions in Chinese

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  Hi, everyone!! Today I would like to teach you how to ask some questions of our daily life which people usually use in Chinese. For instance: Where are you? What are you doing? What do you like? Generally, people like to ask these questions to start a conversation which means it is very useful and important. You can click … Read More

Learn how to greet in Chinese

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Hi, everyone! Today I would like to teach you some useful greetings in Chinese. For example, how to say ‘Good morning!’,’Good afternoon!’ and ‘Good evening!’, which are quite frequently used in our daily life. You can listen to the phrases in the podcast below. Good morning! zǎo shàng hǎo zǎo shàng is morning     hǎo  is good  Good afternoon!xià wǔ … Read More

Learn useful phrases in Chinese

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Today, I would like to teach you how to say ‘What’s your name?’, ‘You are really beautiful’ and ‘Would you like to be my friend?’ To some of you the second question would sound unusual because it’s not on many occasions in the UK we ask this question but in China it’s quite common among a lot of people: it … Read More