As the Thanksgiving season approaches, why not add a touch of cultural flair to your celebrations by incorporating some key Chinese phrases? Whether you’re hosting Chinese friends or simply want to infuse a bit of linguistic diversity into your gathering, here are the top 10 …
Do you know that the way to greet others has changed a lot recently in China?
In the past, Chinese people would greet each other by saying something like: Hello! Have you eaten today? But now, they say “Did you test positive for COVID-19?” instead.…
Dear parents, if your child is learning Chinese now, it’s better for him or her to learn how to use the “bǎ 把” sentence and the “bèi 被” sentence structure correctly, and how to switch between them flexibly. It will make your kid’s Chinese expressions …
Nà hé tánɡ fēi chánɡ tián.
那 盒 糖 非 常 甜。
That box of candy is very sweet.
Analysis: The word “那” means “that”, which is a demonstrative pronoun followed …
Can you rearrange the words below to form correct sentences?
This is a good way to enhance your Chinese language ability.
Let’s give it a try!
fēi chánɡ hé tánɡ tián nà
1. A. 非 常 B. 盒 C. 糖 D. …
1. Chinese Name Suggestions
Of course, if your child is going to introduce themself, they’ll need a name! Chinese names can be a lot of fun to choose, because some parts are chosen because they sound nice, and others because they have deeper meanings.
Suppose you see the following scene transpire between two friends:
yīqǐ qù páshān ma?
Want to climb a mountain?
(lüè dài jīngkǒng de) bùle bùle
(Slightly frightened) No no no…
If you’re not from China, you might be confused …
1. 漫画 (Mànhuà), means comic book.
2. 书店 (Shūdiàn), means bookstore.
3. 在 (Zài), means to be at or in somewhere.
4. 看 (Kàn), means to read or look.
5. 她 (Tā), means she.
6. 里 (Lǐ), means in or inside.…
1. 漫画 (Mànhuà)
Learning Chinese Through Comics
2. 书店 (Shūdiàn)
3. 在 (Zài)
4. 看 (Kàn)
5. 她 (Tā)
6. 里 (Lǐ)