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How Do You Say Interesting in Mandarin Chinese?

How Do You Say Interesting in Mandarin Chinese? Hi, everyone! In today’s Mandarin class program, we are going to talk about two interesting phrases which are “interesting and not interesting”. In Mandarin Chinese, “interesting” is “yǒu yì si” and “not interesting, boring” is “ méi yì si”.  Sometimes, people say interesting “yǒu yì si” to...

June 15, 2017February 27, 2020by
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How to Say Credit Card and Cash in Mandarin Chinese

How to Say Credit Card and Cash in Mandarin Chinese Hi everyone! When we go shopping, the very two common payment methods have to be credit card and cash. In Mandarin , credit card is “xìn yòng kǎ”.  “Xìn yòng” means credit. “Kǎ” means card. Credit card is“xìn yòng kǎ”. Cash is “xiàn jīn”.  “Or”...

June 13, 2017February 27, 2020by
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How Do You Understand Discount in Mandarin Chinese?

How Do You Understand Discount in Mandarin Chinese? Hello, everyone! Welcome back to our Chinese class! Last time, we have learned how to say “discount” (dǎ zhé).“Dǎ zhé ma” is there any discount? Be able to speak “dǎzhé” is not enough for a “discount” conversation. You need to understand how much discount you could actually...

June 13, 2017February 27, 2020by
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How Do You Say Discount in Mandairn Chinese?

How Do You Say Discount in Mandairn Chinese? Hi, everyone! Welcome to our Mandarin class again! In previous programs, we talked about some basic Mandarin phrases for bargaining, like “tài guì le”( too expensive ) or” pián yi yì diǎn”( could you lower the price?) Today, let us learn another useful Chinese word when you...

June 13, 2017February 27, 2020by
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How Do You Say Check out (Hotel) in Mandarin Chinese?

How Do You Say Check out (Hotel) in Mandarin Chinese? Hello, everyone! When you check out from a hotel, in English, you could simply say check out please. But in mandarin, it is slightly different, it is “ tuì fáng”, (退房)This Mandarin phrase is very easy to understand, “tuì” means return. “Fáng”means room, so literally...

June 12, 2017February 27, 2020by
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How to Settle the Bill in Mandarin Chinese

How to Settle the Bill in Mandarin Chinese Hello, Everyone! To learn Mandarin, it is very important to accumulate the words that have similar meanings. The word “mǎi dān”(买单) is more likely to be used at a restaurant, pub or bar.  The Chinese word we are learning today “jié zhàng”(结账) can be used in a...

June 9, 2017February 27, 2020by