HOW TO SAY IN CHINESE

    19 February 2020

    How to Say “Appear and Disappear” in Chinese? 出现 Chuxian and 消失 Xiaoshi in Mandarin

    "Appear" in Mandarin is 出现 Chūxiàn. "Disappear" in Chinese is 消失 Xiāoshī. Another secondary meaning for "disappeared is 不见了 Bùjiànle" - missing.
    15 January 2020

    Chinese Personal Pronouns: Subject vs Object Pronouns (I vs Me)

    Chinese Personal Pronouns are words that comprise of “I, you, he, she, it, we, they" VS "me, you, him, her,…
    12 February 2020

    How to Say “Accept and Reject” in Chinese? 接受 Jieshou and 拒绝 Jujue in Mandarin

    How to say "Accept" in Chinese and "Reject" in Mandarin when accepting (接受 Jiēshòu) or rejecting/declining (拒绝 Jùjué) an invitation?
    24 January 2020

    How to Say “Which” in Chinese?

    "Which" in Chinese 哪 | Nǎ can either be an Interrogative Pronoun or an Interrogative Determiner. It is used to…
    25 February 2020

    How to Say “Teacher” in Chinese? 老师 Laoshi, 教师 Jiaoshi, 导师 Daoshi in Mandarin

    "Teacher" in Mandarin is 老师 Lǎoshī in Chinese. There are also other ways to address "teacher" in Chinese: 教师 Jiàoshī and…
    6 January 2020

    Hanyu Pinyin: Formation of the Mandarin Vowels and Chinese Consonants

    Hanyu Pinyin (literally written as 汉语拼音) means “Chinese Spell-Out Sound” and “Pinyin” in short. The system uses a series of…
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