Tuesday, February 5, 2008
Learn to Speak Chinese with Dr Wang
With the Chinese New Year fast approaching, Dr Sidney Wang has prepared an easy, introductory lesson for you to learn to speak a few basic Chinese phrases in just five minutes. Dr Wang suggests that you speak the phonetics translation aloud to help you understand these phrases.
ENGLISH to CHINESE
Hello: knee how
What is your name?: neen gway shing
No: boo shr
Thank you: sheh sheh
You are welcome: boo yong sheh
I don't understand: wore ting boo dong
And here are some other useful phrases: (THESE PHRASES BELOW NEED TO BE READ ALOUD)
Are you harboring a fugitive? - Hu Yu Hai Ding?
See me A.S.A.P. - Kum Hia Nao
Stupid Man - Dum Gai
Small horse - Tai Ni Po Ni
Young Man Whose name I forgot.- Sum Yung Gai
Did you go to the beach? - Wai Yu So Tan?
I bumped into a coffee table. - Ai Bang Mai Ni
I think you need a facelift. - Chin Tu Fat
It's very dark in here. - Wai So Dim?
Has your flight been delayed? - Hao Long Wei Ting?
That was an unauthorized execution. - Lin Ching
I thought you were on a diet. - Wai Yu Mun Ching?
This is a tow away zone. - No Pah King
Do you know the lyrics to the Macarena? - Wai Yu Sing Dum Song?
You are not very bright. - Yu So Dum
I got this for free. - Ai No Pei
I am not guilty. - Wai Hang Mi?
Please, stay a awhile longer. - Wai Go Nao?
Our meeting was scheduled for next week. - Wai Yu Kum Nao
They have arrived. - Hia Dei Kum
Stay out of sight. Lei Lo
He's cleaning his automobile - Wa Shing Ka
What is that smell? - Yu Stin Ki Pu
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