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Chinese Mini-test: Hello (Beginner)

Jun. 2, 2010

Beginner Level 初级 (chūjí)

A: Hello, I think I saw you somewhere before.

B: Well, did we meet in one of the Chinese lessons?

What is the phrase for hello in Chinese language?

A.  你好 (nǐhǎo)

B. 晚安 (wǎn’ān)

C. 再见 (zàijiàn)

D. 谢谢 (xièxie)

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Comments

Hello Leo,

You can say “不谢 (bu2xie4)” to the one who said “谢谢 (xie4xie4)” to you, you also can use “不客气 (bu2 ke4qi).”

i think it should have more educational articles like yours, so everyone would be able to learn something new.

wo jue de da ang shi:ni hao

wo hen xiang shuo fu tong hua.
wo bu shi zhong guo ren.
wo hai zai xue xi han yu.

wo xiang chu zhong guo.

2….GOODNIGHT
3….GOODBYE

不谢 and 不客气 are both responses to“谢谢 thanks.”

I also know “谢谢” means thanks, but how should I response to the one who said xiexie to me, buxie? Have you learned it on your Chinese lessons?

I know “谢谢” is the Chinese word for thanks, because I have taken Chinese lessons in my school last semester. So I exclude answer D.

Hello,king
Happy to hear that you want to come to our country, China, and welcome to China! To be the first and the most important, i think learning Chinese will be the tool you need to have, don’t you think so? If yes, connect with us and we have give you every possible help!
By the way, maybe you typed a wrong pinyin for “去.” It should be “qù,” and not “chù.”

Hi, an qing. Thanks for your support. Hope you enjoy our newsletter. Good luck to your Chinese study!

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