Video lesson: Hot tempered? Learn “I am mad” in Chinese

No matter how calm, almost everyone ‘blows up’ every now and then. Before you do something crazy, let someone know how you feel!
In Chinese “我很生气 (wǒ hěn shēngqì) means “I am mad!” In addition to this expression, there are a few other useful and trendy expressions you can use to display your unhappiness. Watch the video and learn more with us.

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3 thoughts on “Video lesson: Hot tempered? Learn “I am mad” in Chinese”

  1. Braulio Sotomayor

    My wife is Chinese. We have been married since 10/29/2013 (Chinese calendar). Too late I understood the need to learn Chinese. But as we say, it is never too late. I do want to learn Chinese because it is my wife’s native language.
    Learning a language is learning a culture. You cannot separate them.
    I hope I can accomplish both.

    1. jennifer.zhu

      Hello Braulio, I’m totally agree with you. I think you can try to learn Chinese since your wife can help you. And if you want to learn Chinese with a professional teacher, how about taking a FREE trial lesson with us and see how it works for you? Let me know if you are interested.

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