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Post by MaryM on Sat Nov 01, 2008 12:08 pm

Good-bye
再見 (zài jiàn)

Hello
喂 (wèi)

Have a good day
過得快樂 (guò dé kuài lè)

Good evening
晚安 (wăn ān)

Hi!
打招呼 (dă zhāo hū)

What is your name?
您的名字是什麼? (nín de míng zì shì shén má ?)

My name is ...
我的姓名是 (wŏ de xìng míng shì)

Miss
小姐 (xiăo jiĕ)

Mrs
太太 (tài tài)

Mr
先生 (xiān shēng)

Allow me to introduce myself
允許我介紹我自己 (yŭn xŭ wŏ jiè shào wŏ zì jĭ)

Nice to meet you!
見到您很高興 (jiàn dào nín hĕn gāo xīng)

What is your nationality?
你是什麼的國籍? (nĭ shì shén má de guó jí ?)

Where do you live?
你住在哪裡? (nĭ zhù zài nă lĭ ?)

I live ...
我居住在 (wŏ jū zhù zài)

Excuse me
請原諒 (qĭng yuán liàng)

Excuse me for bothering you
煩擾你 (fán răo nĭ)

I beg your pardon ...
請重復 (qĭng zhòng fù)

Thanks. You too.
謝謝你 (xiè xiè nĭ)

Please
請 (qĭng)

May I?
我可以不可以 (wŏ kĕ yĭ bù kĕ yĭ)

Sit down
坐下 (zuò xià)

It`s for you
是你的 (shì nĭ de)

How are you?
你好嗎? (nĭ hăo ma ?)

Are you well?
你覺得怎樣? (nĭ jué dé zĕn yàng ?)

How is it going?
近況如何? (jìn kuàng rú hé ?)

I am very well.
好好 (hăo hăo)

I`m fine.
我好 (wŏ hăo)

So-so.
一般的 (yī bān de)

Fairly well.
大致上好 (dà zhì shàng hăo)

Not too well.
不好 (bù hăo)

Good morning!
早晨 (zăo chén)

to greet
迎接 (yíng jiē)

Gladly.
高興地 (gāo xīng dì)

With pleasure.
高興 (gāo xīng)

What (did you say)?
你說什麼? (nĭ shuō shén má ?)

right?
正確麼? (zhèng què má ?)

What do you want?
你想要什麼? (nĭ xiăng yào shén má ?)

Where are you from?
你從那裡來? (nĭ cóng nèi lĭ lái ?)

What a good surprise!
好驚奇! (hăo jīng qí !)

(Here`s) to your health!
這對您的健康! (zhè duì nín de jiàn kāng !)

I don`t know.
我不知道 (wŏ bù zhī dào)

me too
我也是 (wŏ yĕ shì)

me neither
我不是 (wŏ bù shì)

Welcome!
歡迎 (huān yíng)

What`s his name?
怎樣稱呼? (zĕn yàng chēng hū ?)

His name is ...
他的姓名是 (tā de xìng míng shì)

What`s the matter?
怎麼樣了? (zĕn má yàng le ?)

How old are you?
你多少歲了? (nĭ duō shăo suì le ?)

On the contrary!
相反地 (xiāng făn dì)

I don`t care.
我不管 (wŏ bù guăn)

Okay.
好!沒問題! (hăo ! méi wèn tí !)

What`s new?
要什麼消息? (yào shén má xiāo xī ?)

Okay?
沒問題麼? (méi wèn tí má ?)

Why not?
什麼? (shén má ?)

You`re welcome.
不必客氣 (bù bì kè qì)

Yuck!
恶心的 (è xīn de)

Yum!
美味的 (mĕi wèi de)

no kidding
開玩笑 (kāi wán xiào)

What do you need?
你需要什麼? (nĭ xū yào shén má ?)

Can you tell me ... ?
可以不可以對我說? (kĕ yĭ bù kĕ yĭ duì wŏ shuō ?)

it is necessary that ...
。。。是必要的 (。 。 。 shì bì yào de)

I would like ...
我想。。。 (wŏ xiăng 。 。 。)

Leave me alone!
不要打擾我 (bù yào dă răo wŏ)

Keep quiet!
保持安靜 (băo chí ān jìng)

in my opinion
我的意見是。。 (wŏ de yì jiàn shì 。 。)

Mind your own business!
不是你的本分 (bù shì nĭ de bĕn fēn)

You are welcome
不必客氣 (bù bì kè qì)

help!
请幫忙! (qĭng bāng máng !)

on the other hand
在另一方面 (zài lìng yī fāng miàn)

in any case
不管怎樣 (bù guăn zĕn yàng)

goodbye
再見 (zài jiàn)

What`s wrong?
出了什麼問題嗎? (chū le shén má wèn tí ma ?)

congratulations
祝賀 (zhù hè)
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Re: chinese language

Post by MaryM on Sun Nov 02, 2008 8:21 am

a bee
蜜蜂 (mì fēng)

a butterfly
蝴蝶 (hú dié)

a calf
小牛 (xiăo niú)

a camel
駱駝 (luò tuó)

a carnivore
食肉動物 (shí ròu dòng wù)

a cat
貓 (māo)

a crocodile
鱷魚 (è yú)

a dog
狗 (gŏu)

a dolphin
海豚 (hăi tún)

a duck
鴨 (yā)

a female
女性 (nǚ xìng)

a fish
魚 (yú)

a fly
蒼蠅 (cāng yíng)

a frog
青蛙 (qīng wā)

a giraffe
長頸鹿 (cháng jĭng lù)

a goose
鵝 (é)

a hen
母雞 (mŭ jī)

a herbivore
草食動物 (căo shí dòng wù)

a horse
馬 (mă)

a male
男性 (nán xìng)

a mammal
哺乳動物 (bŭ rŭ dòng wù)

a mosquito
蚊子 (wén zi)

a mouse
鼠 (shŭ)

a penguin
企鵝 (qĭ é)

a pet
寵物 (chŏng wù)

a puppy
小狗 (xiăo gŏu)

a rabbit
兔子 (tù zi)

a reptile
爬蟲動物 (pá chóng dòng wù)

a seagull
海鷗 (hăi ōu)

a shark
鯊魚 (shā yú)

a snail
蝸牛 (guā niú)

a snake
蛇 (shé)

a snout
鼻子 (bí zi)

a spider
蜘蛛 (zhī zhū)

a stripe
斑紋 (bān wén)

a swan
天鵝 (tiān é)

a tiger
虎 (hŭ)

a tortoise
龜 (guī)

a wing
翅膀 (chì băng)

a worm
蟲 (chóng)

a zebra
斑馬 (bān mă)

an elephant
象 (xiàng)

an insect
昆蟲 (kūn chóng)

an omnivore
雜食動物 (zá shí dòng wù)

cattle
牛 (niú)

domestic
家庭的 (jiā tíng de)

striped
有斑紋[條紋]的 (yŏu bān wén [ tiáo wén ] de)

to bark
吠聲 (fèi shēng)

to bleat
羊的叫聲 (yáng de jiào shēng)

to miaow
貓的叫聲 (māo de jiào shēng)

to moo
牛的叫聲 (niú de jiào shēng)

wild
野生的 (yĕ shēng de)
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Re: chinese language

Post by MaryM on Sun Nov 02, 2008 8:21 am

a hotel
旅館 (lǚ guăn)

a restaurant
餐館 (cān guăn)

a university
大學 (dà xué)

a train station
列車 (liè chē)

a store
店舖 (diàn pù)

an airport
飛機場 (fēi jī cháng)

a bank
銀行 (yín xíng)

a building
建築物 (jiàn zhú wù)

a library
圖書館 (tú shū guăn)

a bakery
西點面包店 (xī diăn miàn bāo diàn)

a post office
郵局 (yóu jú)

a cafeteria
自助餐館 (zì zhù cān guăn)

a fortress
城堡 (chéng băo)

a hospital
醫院 (yī yuàn)

a gas station
加油站 (jiā yóu zhàn)

a supermarket
超級市場 (chāo jí shì cháng)

a mosque
清真寺 (qīng zhēn sì)

a temple
廟,寺,神殿 (miào , sì , shén diàn)

a prison
監獄 (jiān yù)

a factory
工廠 (gōng chăng)

a mall
購物中心 (gòu wù zhōng xīn)

a castle
城堡 (chéng băo)

a movie theater
電影院 (diàn yĭng yuàn)

a church
教會 (jiào huì)

a grocery store
食品雜貨店 (shí pĭn zá huò diàn)

a bookstore
書局 (shū jú)

a museum
博物館 (bó wù guăn)

a pharmacy
藥房 (yào fáng)

a swimming pool
遊泳池 (yóu yŏng chí)

a tower
樓塔 (lóu tă)

a police station
警察局 (jĭng chá jú)

a bridge
橋 (qiáo)

a skyscraper
摩天樓 (mó tiān lóu)

a kiosk
亭 (tíng)

a travel agency
旅行經銷處 (lǚ xíng jīng xiāo chù)

a school
學校 (xué xiào)

an office
辦公室 (bàn gōng shì)

a fire station
防火局 (fáng huŏ jú)

a stadium
運動場 (yùn dòng cháng)

an embassy
大使館 (dà shĭ guăn)
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Re: chinese language

Post by MaryM on Sun Nov 02, 2008 8:22 am

a motorcycle
摩托車 (mó tuō chē)

a bicycle
腳踏車 (jiăo tà chē)

a train
列車 (liè chē)

a city
都市 (dōu shì)

a train station
火車站 (huŏ chē zhàn)

an airport
飛機場 (fēi jī cháng)

an airplane
飛機 (fēi jī)

a seat
座椅 (zuò yĭ)

a ticket
入場券 (rù cháng quàn)

a corner
角 (jiăo)

a street
街道 (jiē dào)

a trailer
活動房屋拖車 (huó dòng fáng wū tuō chē)

to tow
拖 (tuō)

a ship
船 (chuán)

a sail
帆船 (fān chuán)

a submarine
潛水艇 (qián shuĭ tĭng)

damaged
被損壞的 (bèi sŭn huài de)

a tow truck
拖車 (tuō chē)

a cart
手推車 (shŏu tuī chē)

a sidewalk
人行道 (rén xíng dào)

a crowd
群眾 (qún zhòng)

a railroad
鐵路 (tiĕ lù)

an intersection
交叉點 (jiāo chā diăn)

a path
人行道 (rén xíng dào)

a vehicle
交通工具 (jiāo tōng gōng jù)

a mailbox
郵筒 (yóu tŏng)

a bus
汽車 (qì chē)

a bus stop
停車站 (tíng chē zhàn)

speed
快速 (kuài sù)

at top speed
極速 (jí sù)

a driver
駕駛員 (jià shĭ yuán)

to drive
駕 (jià)

traffic light
交通燈 (jiāo tōng dēng)

until the traffic light
直到 (zhí dào)

a driver`s license
駕駛執照 (jià shĭ zhí zhào)

to back up
援助 (yuán zhù)

a highway
主要交通線 (zhŭ yào jiāo tōng xiàn)

a stop sign
停車站 (tíng chē zhàn)

rapid
敏捷的 (mĭn jié de)

fast
快速的 (kuài sù de)

slowly
慢慢地 (màn màn dì)

a turn
轉彎 (zhuăn wān)

dangerous
危險的 (wēi xiăn de)

to land
陸地 (lù dì)

a passenger
乘客 (chéng kè)

departure
離去 (lí qù)

a pedestrian
行人 (xíng rén)

a jet
噴氣式飛機 (pēn qì shì fēi jī)

a road
道路 (dào lù)

a round trip ticket
雙程票 (shuāng chéng piào)

one way ticket
單程票 (dān chéng piào)

handcuffs
手銬 (shŏu kào)

to park
公園 (gōng yuán)

a flight
航程 (háng chéng)

a theft
竊盜 (qiè dào)

a dump
垃圾場 (lā jī cháng)

an underground
地下的 (dì xià de)

a tram
電車 (diàn chē)

a helicopter
直升飛機 (zhí shēng fēi jī)

a taxi
計程車 (jì chéng chē)

a ferry
渡船 (dù chuán)

a platform
升降台 (shēng jiàng tái)

a reception
招待處 (zhāo dài chù)

a port
港口 (găng kŏu)

a route
路線 (lù xiàn)

a stadium
運動場 (yùn dòng cháng)

a van
大貨車 (dà huò chē)

a zoo
動物園 (dòng wù yuán)

an accident
不測事件 (bù cè shì jiàn)

an advertisement
廣告 (guăng gào)

an avenue
狹窄的徑 (xiá zhăi de jìng)

entrance
進入口 (jìn rù kŏu)

exit
出口 (chū kŏu)

environs
周邊 (zhōu biān)

a trail
拖著走 (tuō zhù zŏu)
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Re: chinese language

Post by MaryM on Sun Nov 02, 2008 8:24 am

a belt
皮帶 (pí dài)

a blouse
上衫 (shàng shān)

a boot
穿長靴 (chuān cháng xuē)

a bow tie
蝴蝶結的領帶 (hú dié jié de lĭng dài)

a coat
外套 (wài tào)

a dress
裙子 (qún zi)

a hat
帽子 (mào zi)

a jewel
寶石 (băo shí)

a pair
一對 (yī duì)

a pocket
口袋 (kŏu dài)

a raincoat
雨衣 (yŭ yī)

a ring
戒子 (jiè zi)

a scarf
圍巾 (wéi jīn)

a shirt
襯衫 (chèn shān)

a skirt
短裙子 (duăn qún zi)

a sportcoat
運動外套 (yùn dòng wài tào)

a stain
沾污 (zhān wū)

a stripe
斑紋 (bān wén)

a suit
西裝 (xī zhuāng)

a suitcase
手提箱 (shŏu tí xiāng)

a sweater
外衣 (wài yī)

a swimsuit
遊泳衣 (yóu yŏng yī)

a tee-shirt
T字形之襯衫 (T zì xíng zhī chèn shān)

a tie
領帶 (lĭng dài)

a watch
手表 (shŏu biăo)

a watch
表 (biăo)

an earring
耳環 (ĕr huán)

boots
長靴 (cháng xuē)

clean
清潔的 (qīng jié de)

clothes
衣服 (yī fú)

comfortable
舒服的 (shū fú de)

dirty
污穢的 (wū huì de)

elegant
優美的 (yōu mĕi de)

eyeglasses
眼鏡 (yăn jìng)

gloves
手套 (shŏu tào)

jeans
牛仔褲 (niú zĭ kù)

pants
褲 (kù)

shoes
鞋子 (xié zi)

shorts
短褲 (duăn kù)

sneakers
鞋子 (xié zi)

socks
襪子 (wà zi)

striped
有斑紋的 (yŏu bān wén de)

stylish
現代風格的 (xiàn dài fēng gé de)

a beret
貝雷帽 (bèi léi mào)

a bracelet
手鐲 (shŏu zhuó)

a brooch
胸針 (xiōng zhēn)

a button
鈕 (niŭ)

a cap
無邊帽 (wú biān mào)

a cardigan
羊毛上衣 (yáng máo shàng yī)

a handkerchief
手帕 (shŏu pà)

a hanger
衣架 (yī jià)

a jumper
背心 (bèi xīn)

a lace
帶子 (dài zi)

a panama hat
巴拿馬草帽 (bā ná mă căo mào)

a purse
錢袋 (qián dài)

a shawl
圍巾 (wéi jīn)

a sleeve
袖子 (xiù zi)

a slipper
輕便套鞋 (qīng biàn tào xié)

a tailor
裁縫師 (cái féng shī)

a tuxedo
男士無尾正式晚禮服 (nán shì wú wĕi zhèng shì wăn lĭ fú)

a vest
背心 (bèi xīn)

a wallet
皮夾子 (pí jiā zi)

a wedding dress
婚紗 (hūn shā)

a zipper
拉鏈 (lā liàn)

an article of clothing
衣服 (yī fú)

an umbrella
傘 (săn)

chequered
支票 (zhī piào)

cotton
木棉 (mù mián)

dotted
有點的 (yŏu diăn de)

fashion
流行時裝 (liú xíng shí zhuāng)

pyjamas
睡衣 (shuì yī)

sandals
拖鞋 (tuō xié)

stockings
長襪 (cháng wà)

to crumple
弄皺 (nòng zhòu)

to embroider
刺繡 (cì xiù)

to fasten
拴緊 (shuān jĭn)

to fit
合適於 (hé shì wū)

to iron
熨燙 (yùn tàng)

to match
配對 (pèi duì)

to put on
穿上 (chuān shàng)

to sew on a button
縫鈕 (féng niŭ)

to take off
脫下 (tuō xià)

to unknot
解開..結子 (jiĕ kāi . . jié zi)

to wear
穿著 (chuān zhù)

velvet
天鵝絨 (tiān é róng)

woollen
毛織品 (máo zhī pĭn)
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Re: chinese language

Post by MaryM on Sun Nov 02, 2008 8:25 am

a color
色 (sè)

beige
灰褐色 (huī hè sè)

blue
染藍色 (răn lán sè)

grey
灰色的 (huī sè de)

yellow
黃色 (huáng sè)

brown
褐色 (hè sè)

black
黑色 (hēi sè)

orange
橙色 (chéng sè)

pink
桃色 (táo sè)

red
紅色 (hóng sè)

green
綠色 (lǜ sè)

purple
紫色 (zĭ sè)

golden
金色 (jīn sè)

white
白色 (bái sè)

turquoise
藍[綠]玉色 (lán [ lǜ ] yù sè)

to color
加色 (jiā sè)

to paint
繪畫 (huì huà)

a tint
色彩 (sè căi)

scarlet
深紅色 (shēn hóng sè)

silver
銀色 (yín sè)

bronze
青銅色 (qīng tóng sè)

light
光線 (guāng xiàn)

dark
陰暗 (yīn àn)

bright
光亮的 (guāng liàng de)

many-colored
許多的彩色 (xŭ duō de căi sè)

one-colored
一種彩色 (yī zhŏng căi sè)
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Post by MaryM on Sun Nov 02, 2008 8:26 am

a chalkboard
黑板 (hēi băn)

a student
學生 (xué shēng)

to teach
教 (jiào)

to study
研究 (yán jiū)

a calculator
計算器 (jì suàn qì)

a book
一本書 (yī bĕn shū)

a computer
一臺電腦 (yī tái diàn năo)

homework
作業 (zuò yè)

a grade
一個等級 (yī gè dĕng jí)

chemistry
化學 (huà xué)

computer science
電腦技術 (diàn năo jì shù)

a course
學科 (xué kē)

a school
學校 (xué xiào)

a classroom
教室 (jiào shì)

a pupil
一個學生 (yī gè xué shēng)

to equal
相等 (xiāng dĕng)

to divide
分割 (fēn gē)

a type
打字 (dă zì)

to count
數數 (shù shù)

a notebook
筆記本 (bĭ jì bĕn)

a sheet
一張 (yī zhāng)

a combination
一個組合 (yī gè zŭ hé)

a line
一條線 (yī tiáo xiàn)

a keyboard
鍵盤 (jiàn pán)

a paper clip
紙夾 (zhĭ jiā)

a printer
打印機 (dă yìn jī)

a file
檔案 (dăng àn)

a dictionary
辭典 (cí diăn)

a monitor
電腦屏幕 (diàn năo píng mù)

a university
大學 (dà xué)

a library
圖書館 (tú shū guăn)

a museum
博物館 (bó wù guăn)

an exam
考試 (kăo shì)

an exercise
練習 (liàn xí)

a word
單字 (dān zì)

a semester
學期 (xué qī)

to understand
理解 (lĭ jiĕ)

school year
學年 (xué nián)

a commentary
注釋 (zhù shì)

a vacation
一個假期 (yī gè jiă qī)

a ruler
尺 (chĭ)

a rule
規則 (guī zé)

a pencil
鉛筆 (qiān bĭ)

an idea
主意 (zhŭ yì)

a symbol
符號 (fú hào)

a list
表 (biăo)

a punctuation mark
標點 (biāo diăn)

a question mark
問號 (wèn hào)

the truth
真相 (zhēn xiāng)

a pen
一支筆 (yī zhī bĭ)

a subject
一個主題 (yī gè zhŭ tí)

a projector
一臺放映機 (yī tái fàng yìng jī)

radius
半徑 (bàn jìng)

wrong
錯誤 (cuò wù)

primary school
小學 (xiăo xué)

high school
中學 (zhōng xué)

related to school
有關學校的 (yŏu guān xué xiào de)

a laboratory
一個實驗室 (yī gè shí yàn shì)

a rucksack
背囊 (bèi náng)

to chatter
喋喋不休的談 (dié dié bù xiū de tán)

an experiment
實驗 (shí yàn)

division
除法 (chú fă)

addition
加法 (jiā fă)

subtraction
減法 (jiăn fă)

multiplication
乘法 (chéng fă)

sum
和 (hé)

to solve
解決 (jiĕ jué)

to draw
畫 (huà)

eraser
橡皮擦 (xiàng pí cā)

to erase
擦 (cā)

a system
組織系統 (zŭ zhī xì tŏng)

a mistake
錯誤 (cuò wù)

by heart
熟記 (shú jì)

chalk
粉筆 (fĕn bĭ)

geography
地理學 (dì lĭ xué)

mathematics
數學 (shù xué)

physics
物理學 (wù lĭ xué)

biology
生物學 (shēng wù xué)

history
歷史學 (lì shĭ xué)

literature
文學 (wén xué)

grammar
文法 (wén fă)

geometry
幾何學 (jĭ hé xué)

a chapter
一個章節 (yī gè zhāng jié)

triangle
三角形 (sān jiăo xíng)

circle
圓形 (yuán xíng)

angle
角度 (jiăo dù)

square
正方形 (zhèng fāng xíng)

plus
加上 (jiā shàng)

minus
減 (jiăn)

a degree
1度 (1 dù)

a classmate
一個同學 (yī gè tóng xué)

a theme
一個題材 (yī gè tí cái)

astronomy
天文學 (tiān wén xué)

psychology
心理學 (xīn lĭ xué)

sociology
社會學 (shè huì xué)

economics
經濟學 (jīng jì xué)

ecology
生態學 (shēng tài xué)

informatics
信息學 (xìn xī xué)
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Re: chinese language

Post by MaryM on Sun Nov 02, 2008 8:26 am

Santa Claus
聖誕老人 (shèng dàn lăo rén)

a song
歌曲 (gē qŭ)

an evening party
派對 (pài duì)

to sing
唱 (chàng)

to dance
跳舞 (tiào wŭ)

literature
文學 (wén xué)

a film
軟片影片 (ruăn piàn yĭng piàn)

a cinema
電影院 (diàn yĭng yuàn)

a movie
電影 (diàn yĭng)

an accordion
手風琴 (shŏu fēng qín)

a flute
笛 (dí)

a guitar
吉他 (jí tā)

a piano
鋼琴 (gāng qín)

a saxophone
風管 (fēng guăn)

music
音樂 (yīn lè)

a park
公園 (gōng yuán)

a doll
玩偶 (wán ŏu)

a choir
合唱隊 (hé chàng duì)

a toy
玩具 (wán jù)

a zoo
動物園 (dòng wù yuán)

a disco
舞廳 (wŭ tīng)

a trombone
伸縮喇叭 (shēn suō lă bā)

a trumpet
喇叭 (lă bā)

a violin
小提琴 (xiăo tí qín)

waltz
華爾滋 (huá ĕr zī)

a play
劇本 (jù bĕn)

a poem
韻文 (yùn wén)

a novel
小說 (xiăo shuō)

a detective story
偵探的小說 (zhēn tàn de xiăo shuō)

Christmas
聖誕節 (shèng dàn jié)

a theater
劇場 (jù cháng)

noise
噪音 (zào yīn)

a suitcase
手提箱 (shŏu tí xiāng)

a singer
歌手 (gē shŏu)

a cartoon
卡通 (kă tōng)

a TV program
電視節目 (diàn shì jié mù)

a statue
雕像 (diāo xiàng)

a tour
漫遊 (màn yóu)

theatrical
戲劇的 (xì jù de)

to tan
鞭打 (biān dă)

a whistle
口哨 (kŏu shào)

a bell
鐘 (zhōng)

to make noise
制造噪音 (zhì zào zào yīn)

to whisper
耳語 (ĕr yŭ)

a whisper
耳語人 (ĕr yŭ rén)

a cry
哭 (kū)

to ring
戒子 (jiè zi)

a sound
音 (yīn)

a voice
聲音 (shēng yīn)

poetry
詩 (shī)

a remote control
遙遠控制 (yáo yuăn kòng zhì)

a paintbrush
畫筆 (huà bĭ)

a painting
繪畫 (huì huà)

to relax
放鬆 (fàng sōng)

a picnic
野餐 (yĕ cān)

a painter
畫家 (huà jiā)

a poet
詩人 (shī rén)

an author
作家 (zuò jiā)

heads or tails
公或字 (gōng huò zì)

a portrait
肖像 (xiào xiàng)

realistic
現實主義者的 (xiàn shí zhŭ yì zhĕ de)

a circus
馬戲 (mă xì)

movies
電影 (diàn yĭng)

a snowball
雪球 (xuĕ qiú)

to joke
笑話 (xiào huà)

a role
角色 (jiăo sè)

fishing
釣魚 (diào yú)

a teddybear
玩具熊 (wán jù xióng)

a horror film
恐怖片 (kŏng bù piàn)

a comedy
喜劇 (xĭ jù)

a clown
小醜 (xiăo chŏu)
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Re: chinese language

Post by HB_RB on Mon Nov 03, 2008 6:07 am

喂 ^^

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Post by MaryM on Mon Nov 03, 2008 6:50 am

mother
母親 (mŭ qīn)

father
父親 (fù qīn)

a stepfather
繼父 (jì fù)

a father-in-law
岳父 (yuè fù)

step parents
繼父母 (jì fù mŭ)

a stepmother
繼母 (jì mŭ)

a mother-in-law
岳母 (yuè mŭ)

a sister-in-law
夫或妻的姊妹 (fū huò qī de zĭ mèi)

a cousin
堂兄.弟.姊.妹 (táng xiōng . dì . zĭ . mèi)

a child
小孩子 (xiăo hái zi)

a family
家族 (jiā zú)

the whole family
全家 (quán jiā)

a wife
妻 (qī)

a daughter
女兒 (nǚ ér)

a son
兒子 (ér zi)

a brother
兄弟 (xiōng dì)

a stepbrother
異父[異母]兄弟 (yì fù [ yì mŭ ] xiōng dì)

a grandmother
祖母 (zŭ mŭ)

a great grandmother
曾祖母 (céng zŭ mŭ)

a grandfather
祖父 (zŭ fù)

grandparents
祖父母 (zŭ fù mŭ)

a husband
丈夫 (zhàng fū)

a nephew
甥侄 (shēng zhí)

a niece
侄女 (zhí nǚ)

an uncle
伯父 (bó fù)

parents
雙親 (shuāng qīn)

relatives
親戚 (qīn qī)

a granddaughter
孫女 (sūn nǚ)

a grandson
孫子 (sūn zi)

grandchildren
孫 (sūn)

a sister
姊妹 (zĭ mèi)

an aunt
姨媽 (yí mā)

a boyfriend
男朋友 (nán péng yŏu)

a girlfriend
女朋友 (nǚ péng yŏu)

wedding anniversary
結婚紀念日 (jié hūn jì niàn rì)

a marriage
結婚 (jié hūn)

a wedding
婚禮 (hūn lĭ)

a wedding dress
婚紗 (hūn shā)

to marry (someone)
與某人結婚 (yŭ mŏu rén jié hūn)

to date (someone)
與某人約會 (yŭ mŏu rén yuē huì)

a couple
配偶 (pèi ŏu)

a twin
雙胞胎 (shuāng bāo tāi)

an ancestor
祖先 (zŭ xiān)

a descendant
后代 (hòu dài)

a member
成員 (chéng yuán)
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Post by MaryM on Mon Nov 03, 2008 6:52 am

a mood
一種心情 (yī zhŏng xīn qíng)

angry
激烈 (jī liè)

awake
喚醒 (huàn xĭng)

bored
無聊 (wú liáo)

disappointed
失望 (shī wàng)

excited
興奮 (xīng fèn)

fear
恐怕 (kŏng pà)

hunger
饑餓 (jī è)

interested
有趣 (yŏu qù)

pain
痛 (tòng)

panic
驚慌 (jīng huāng)

proud
高傲的 (gāo ào de)

sad
悲哀 (bēi āi)

shame
丟面子 (diū miàn zi)

sick
病的 (bìng de)

strong
強的 (qiáng de)

thirst
口渴 (kŏu kĕ)

tired
疲乏的 (pí fá de)

to be afraid
開始感到害怕 (kāi shĭ găn dào hài pà)

to be angry (with somebody)
惱怒某人 (năo nù mŏu rén)

to be cold
開始感到發寒 (kāi shĭ găn dào fā hán)

to be hot
開始感到熱 (kāi shĭ găn dào rè)

to be hungry
開始感到饑餓 (kāi shĭ găn dào jī è)

to be sleepy
開始感到困倦 (kāi shĭ găn dào kùn juàn)

to be thirsty
開始感到口渴 (kāi shĭ găn dào kŏu kĕ)

to cry
哭 (kū)

upset
傾覆 (qīng fù)

weak
虛弱的 (xū ruò de)

worried
悶悶不樂 (mèn mèn bù lè)
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Re: chinese language

Post by MaryM on Wed Dec 17, 2008 1:26 pm

Chinese Words /Pinyin / Part of Speech / Engl. Trans.
哥哥 / gēge / n. / older brother
弟弟 / dìdi / n. / younger brother
我 / wǒ / pron. / I, me
你 / nǐ / pron. / you
他 / tā / pron. / he, him
我们(我們) / wǒmen / pron. / we, us
你们(你們) / nǐmen / pron. / you
他们(他們) / tāmen / pron. / they, them
吗 / ma / interrogative particle /
呢 / ne / modal particle /
不 / bù / adv. / not,
很 / hěn / adv. / very
也 / yě / adv. / also
都 / dōu / adv. / both, all
好 / hǎo / adj. / good
忙 / máng / adj. / Busy
谢谢(謝謝) / xièxie / set phrase / thanks, thank you
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Re: chinese language

Post by MaryM on Wed Dec 17, 2008 1:28 pm

1. Greetings:

你好! (Nĭ hăo!) is a popular greeting. In English, it means “Hello”,
“Hi”,“How are you?” and “good day!” etc. It may be used in the
morning, in the afternoon or in the evening. The answer to it is also
你好! (Nĭ hăo!)


2. Adjectives as verbs:

When adjectives form the predicate, that is, when they say what the subject
is or is not, they function as verbs. That’s why an adjective is also known
as a STATIVE VERB in Chinese. There is no additional word for ‘to be’. For
instance:

他 忙。 Tā máng. He is busy.
Subject predicate

我们好。 Wŏmen hăo. We are fine.

Note that the Chinese verb, be it a stative or an action verb, has no morphological
changes whatsoever resulting from person, gender, number, time, etc.. Thus:

我好。 Wŏ hăo. I am fine.
你好。 Nĭ hăo. You are fine.
他好。 Tā hăo. He is good.
我们忙。 Wŏmen máng. We are busy.


3. Negation:

When you negate a Chinese sentence, you simply place the adverb before the predicative
verb. For example:

他 不 忙。 Tā bù máng. He is not busy.
Subject adv. predicative verb
我们不好。 Wŏmen bù hăo. We are not OK.

Note that the tone of 不(bu), ‘not’ is fourth, except when the following word is in
the fourth tone, when it change to the second tone.


4. Stative verbs and the adverbs: 很,也,都,不:

Adverbs such as 很,也,都,不 come immediately before the verb and can only be separated
from it by another adverb.

他很好。我们也都很好。
Tā hĕn hăo. Wŏmen yĕ dōu hĕn hăo.
He is good. We are all very good, too.

When there is an adjectival predicate in a simple affirmative sentence, the adverb 很is
usually put before it. 很 in this case does not carry the meaning of degree “very”.
For example:

他们很忙。 Tāmen hĕn máng. They are busy.

If 很 is absent, the sentence then implies an contrast:

他们很忙,我哥哥不忙。
Tāmen hĕn máng, wŏ gēge bù máng.
They are busy, but my older brother is not.

Also, adverbs cannot be used as a modifier of a noun, thus an English sentence such as:
“All of us are busy.” is expressed in Chinese as :

他们都忙。 Tāmen dōu máng. They are ALL busy.

Some more examples:

哥哥,弟弟都好。 Gēge, dìdi dōu hăo. Both older and younger brothers are fine.

我们都不忙。 Wŏmen dōu bù máng. None of us are busy.

When two or more adverbs occur together, their order is governed by the rule that the
modifier is applied directly before the expression to be modified. Thus a distinction
should be noted about the position of the adverb 不 between BEFORE and AFTER other
adverbs such as 都,很. Before the adverbs 都 and 很, it is a partial negation; and
after those adverbs, it is a total negation. Compare the following examples:

他们不都忙。 Tāmen bù dōu máng. Not all of them are busy.
他们都不忙。 Tāmen dōu bù máng. None of them are busy.

哥哥不很好。 Gēge bù hĕn hăo. The older brother is not very good.
哥哥很不好。 Gēge hĕn bù hăo. The older brother is bad(very not good).



5. Simple questions and answers:

A simple question is formed by adding the interrogative particle 吗 to the end
of a declarative sentence:

你忙吗? Nĭ máng ma? Are you busy?
他不好吗? Tá bù hăo ma? Isn’t he nice?

The answer to a simple question can be full or short.

你忙吗?
我忙。(full) Wŏ máng. I’m busy. / 忙 (short) Máng. Busy.
我不忙。 Wŏ bù mang. I’m not busy. / 不忙 Bù máng. Not busy.



6. Particle 呢 and Follow-up questions

Particle 呢 supplies the means of cutting a question down to a topic. It shows
that the same question as that asked previously is to be raised about a new topic.
It somewhat resembles English “And--?”, “ What about--?”. Following are some
examples:

你好吗?好,你呢?我也很好。
Nĭ hăo ma? Hăo, nĭ ne? Wŏ yĕ hĕn hăo.
Are you OK? Yes. And you? I’m OK, too.

你哥哥不忙。 你弟弟呢?
Nĭ gēge bù máng. Nĭ dìdi ne?
Your older brother is not busy. What about your younger brother?
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Re: chinese language

Post by MaryM on Wed Dec 17, 2008 1:30 pm

Pronunciation notes:

1. Tone sandhi:

When two third tones are spoken in succession, like Nĭ hăo, the first third
tone becomes second tone. This tone change is known as sandhi in linguistics.
Sandhi is practiced only when you try to pronounce it. If you want to write
it down in Pinyin, the tone mark is not changed.


Speech Patterns:

1. Contrastive sentences with stative verbs:

1. 哥哥好,弟弟不好。
2. 你忙,他不忙。
3. 哥哥忙,弟弟忙,我不忙。
4. 你好,他们不好 。
5. 我们忙,你们不忙。

1. Gēge hăo, dìdi bù hăo.
2. Nĭ máng, tā bù máng.
3. Gēge máng, dìdi máng, wŏ bù máng.
4. Nĭ hăo, tāmen bù hăo.
5. Wŏmen máng, nĭmen bù máng.

1. The older brother is good, but the younger brother is not.
2. You are busy, but he is not.
3. The older brother is busy, the younger brother is busy, but I am not.
4. You are nice, but they are not.
5. We are busy, but you are not.


2. Stative verbs with adverbial modifier:

1. 他哥哥很好。他也很好。
2. 他不忙,我们也都不忙。
3. 我们不都很忙,我忙,他不忙 。
4. 哥哥,弟弟都好,他们也都很忙。
5. 他们都不很忙,我们不都很忙。

1. Tā gēge hĕn hăo. Tā yĕ hĕn hăo.
2. Tā bù máng. Wŏmen yĕ dōu bù máng.
3. Wŏmen bù dōu hĕn máng. Wŏ máng, tā bù máng.
4. Gēge, dìdi dōu hăo, Tāmen yĕ dōu hĕn máng.
5. Tāmen dōu bù hĕn máng. Wŏmen bù dōu hĕn máng.

1. His older brother is nice, so is he.
2. He is not busy. None of us is busy, either.
3. Not all of us are busy. I’m busy, but he is not.
4. Both older and younger brother are good. They are also very busy.
5. All of them are not very busy. Not all of us are very busy.


3. Questions and answers:

1. 你们都好吗?我们都好。你呢?我也很好。
2. 你哥哥忙吗?忙。我也很忙。你呢?我不很忙。
3. 你们都不很忙吗?我不很忙,他很忙。
4. 你弟弟不好,你哥哥呢?我哥哥很好。
5. 他们都很好,你也很好吗?我也好,你呢?

1. Nĭmen dōu hăo ma? Wŏmen dōu hăo. Nĭ ne? Wŏ yĕ hĕn hăo.
2. Nĭ gēge máng ma? Máng. Wŏ yĕ hĕn máng. Nĭ ne? Wŏ bù hĕn máng.
3. Nĭmen dōu bù hĕn máng ma? Wŏ bù hĕn máng. Tā hĕn máng.
4. Nĭ dìdi bù hăo, ni gēge ne? Wŏ gēge hĕn hăo.
5. Tāmen dōu hĕn hăo. Nĭ yĕ hĕn hăo ma? Wŏ yĕ hăo. Nĭ ne?

1. Are both of you fine? We are both fine. And you? I’m also fine.
2. Is your older brother busy? Yes. I’m busy, too. What about you? I am not.
3. Are both of you not very busy? I’m not, but he is very busy.
4. Your younger brother is not nice. What about your older brother? My older brother is very nice.
5. All of them are very well. Are you also very well? I’m fine. And you?
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Re: chinese language

Post by MaryM on Wed Dec 17, 2008 1:44 pm

Lesson 1: 你好!
It is appropriate to start off the introduction to Chinese with the common greeting: 你好。 Below is a dialogue between two people meeting each other for the first time.

Dialogues
Dialogue 1
Simplified Characters Traditional Characters
金妮: 你好。 金妮: 你好。
欧文: 你好。 歐文: 妳好。
金妮: 我叫金妮。你叫什么名字? 金妮: 我叫金妮。你叫什麽名字?
欧文: 我叫欧文。 歐文: 我叫歐文。

Pīnyīn English
Jīnní: Nǐ hǎo. Ginny: Hello.
Ōuwé️n: Nǐ hǎo. Owen: Hello.
Jīnní: Wǒ jià o Jīnní. Nǐ jià o shé️nme míngzi? Ginny: I'm Ginny. What's your name?
Ōuwé️n: Wǒ jià o Ōuwé️n. Owen: I'm Owen.



Dialogue 2
Simplified Characters Traditional Characters
金妮: 他们是谁? 金妮: 他們是誰?
欧文: 她是艾美,她是中国人。他是东尼,是美国人。 歐文: 她是艾美,她是中國人。他是東尼,是美國人。
金妮: 你也是美国人吗? 金妮: 你也是美國人嗎?
欧文: 不是,我是英国人。你呢?你是哪国人? 歐文: 不是,我是英國人。妳呢?妳是哪國人?
金妮: 我是法国人。 金妮: 我是法國人。




Pīnyīn / English
Jīnní: Tāmen shì shé️i? /Ginny: Who are they?
Ōuwé️n: Tā shì Àiměi, tā shì Zhōngguóré️n. Tā shì Dōngní, shì Měiguóré️n. / Owen: She is Amy. She's Chinese. He's Tony, an American.
Jīnní: Nĭ yě shì Měiguóré️n ma? / Ginny: Are you also American?
Ōuwé️n: Bú shì. Wǒ shì Yīngguóré️n. Nǐ ne? Nǐ shì nǎ guó ré️n?/ Owen: No, I'm British. How about you? Which nationality are you?
Jīnní: Wǒ shì Fǎguóré️n. / Ginny: I'm French.



Vocabulary
Note: Visit this lesson's Stroke Order subpage to see images and animations detailing how to write the following characters. Audio files of the words are linked from the pīnyīn when available. Problems listening? See media help.

Simplified (traditional in parentheses) Pīnyīn Part of speech English [‍m.‍]
1. 你 (m.=你, f.=妳) nǐ (pro) you (singular)
2. 好 hǎo (adj) good
3. 们 (們) men (n suffix) (pluralizing suffix for pronouns)
4. 你们 (f.=妳们) nǐmen (pro) you (plural)
5. 我 wǒ (pro) I, me
6. 我们 wǒmen (pro) we, us
7. 他 tā (pro) he, him
8. 她 tā (pro) she, her
9. 他们 (f.=她们) tāmen (pro) they, them
10. 叫 jià o (v) to be named
11. 什么 (什麽) shé️nme (pro) what
12. 名字 míngzi (n) name
13. 是 shì (v) to be (am/is/are)
14. 谁 (誰) shé️i OR shuí (pro) who, whom
15. 国 (國) guó (n) country
16. 人 ré️n (n) person [个 (個) gè]
17. 也 yě (adv) also
18. 吗 (嗎) ma (part) (question particle)
19. 呢 ne (part) (question particle for known context)
20. 哪 nǎ OR něi (pro) what, which
21. 不 bù (adv) (negates verbs)]
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Proper Nouns
Simplified (traditional in parentheses) Pīnyīn English
1. 金妮 Jīnní Ginny
2. 欧文 (歐文) Ōuwé️n Owen
3. 艾美 Àiměi Amy
4. 东尼 (東尼) Dōngní Tony
5. 中国 (中國) Zhōngguó China
6. 美国 (美國) Měiguó America
7. 英国 (英國) Yīngguó Britain
8. 法国 (法國) Făguó; Fà guó (in Taiwan) France



Grammar
Basic Sentences
The sentence structure of Chinese is very similar to that of English in that they both follow the pattern of Subject-Verb-Object (SVO). Unlike many languages, verbs in Chinese aren't conjugated and noun and adjective endings don't change. They are never affected by things such as time or person.




S + V + O





1. 我叫艾美。

Wǒ jià o Àiměi.
I'm called Amy.
Note that in Chinese you do not need the auxiliary verb to be to use other verbs as in English. While the sentence is translated as "I am called Amy", saying "我是叫艾美" would be considered awkward.



Sentences using shì [是]
Shì, the equational verb to be, can be used as the English is or equals. Shì can only be used to equate combinations of nouns, noun phrases, and pronouns. In Chinese, shì, the "to be" verb, is not used with adjectives, as it is in English, as in, "He is cold."




S + 是 + O






1. 我是中国人。

Wǒ shì Zhōngguóré️n.
I am a Chinese person.
2. 她是金妮。

Tā shì Jīnní.
She is Ginny.

3. 她们是英国人。

Tāmen shì Yīngguóré️n.
They are English.

Shì is negated when preceded by bù [不]. Bù is normally 4th tone, but changes to a 2nd tone when it precedes another 4th tone.




S + 不 + 是 + O






1. 他不是东尼。

Tā bú shì Dōngní.
He is not Tony.
2. 我不是美国人。

Wǒ bú shì Měiguóré️n.
I am not American.


The question particle ma [吗]
Adding the modal particle ma [吗] to the end of a sentence makes a statement into a question. There is no change in word order as in English.

The declarative example sentence in #1 is transformed into an interrogative in #2.

1. 她是金妮。

Tā shì Jīnní.
She is Ginny.
2. 她是金妮吗?

Tā shì Jīnní ma?
Is she Ginny?


The question particle ne [呢]
Using the ending modal particle ne [呢] makes a question when the context is already known, similar to saying "How about...?" in English. A common circumstance is when you wish to repeat a question that was just asked for another subject. Simply add ne to the end of the noun or pronoun to ask "How about this".



1. 我叫东尼, 你呢?

Wǒ jià o Dōngní, nǐ ne?
I'm called Tony. How about you?
2. 艾美是中国人, 他呢?

Àiměi shì Zhōngguóré️n, tā ne?
Amy is Chinese. How about him?


Question words
Like particles, question words make statements into questions without changing the order of the sentence. To make one, simply substitute the QW in for the place the subject would be in the answer.



1. 他们是哪国人?

Tāmen shì nǎ guó ré️n?
What country are they from?
2. 谁是美国人?

Shé️i shì Měiguóré️n?
Who is American?
3. 她是谁?

Tā shì shé️i?
Who is she?
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Re: chinese language

Post by MaryM on Wed Dec 17, 2008 1:49 pm

Dialogue 1

Simplified Characters
东尼: 艾美,早安。
艾美: 早。你好吗?
东尼: 我很好,谢谢。你呢?
艾美: 我也很好。今天你忙不忙?
东尼: 今天我很忙。我有五节课。
艾美: 五节?!太多了!今天我只有一节。
东尼: 一节?!太少了!

Traditional Characters

東尼: 艾美,早安。
艾美: 早。你好嗎?
東尼: 我很好,謝謝。妳呢?
艾美: 我也很好。今天你忙不忙?
東尼: 今天我很忙。我有五節課。
艾美: 五節?!太多了!今天我只有一節。
東尼: 一節?! 太少了!


Pīnyīn
Dōngní: Àiměi, zăoān.
Àiměi: Zăo. Nǐ hǎo ma?
Dōngní: Wǒ hěn hǎo, xièxie. Nǐ ne? Àiměi: Wǒ yě hěn hǎo. Jīntiān nǐ máng bù máng? Dōngní: Jīntiān wǒ hěn máng. Wǒ yǒu wǔ jié️ kè.
Àiměi: Wǔ jié️?! Tà i duō le! Jīntiān wǒ zhĭ yǒu yì jié️.
Dōngní: Yì jié️?! Tà i shăo le!

English

Tony: Good morning, Amy.
Amy: Good morning. How are you?
Tony: I'm fine, thanks. How about you?
Amy: I'm also fine. Are you busy today?
Tony: I'm very busy today. I have five classes.
Amy: Five?! That's too many! Today I only have one.
Tony: One?! That's too few!
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Post by MaryM on Wed Dec 17, 2008 1:55 pm

English /Chinese

Please sit down. /Qǐng zuò xia.

Stand up./ Zhàn qǐ lái.

Please repeat after me./ Qǐng gēn wǒ shuō yí biàn.

What color is this?/ Zhèi shì shénme yánsè?

Do you understand me?/ Wǒ shuō de huà nǐ dǒng ma?

It's recess time./ Xiànzài shì kè jiān xiūxi.

It's lunch time./ Gāi chī wǔfàn le.

Let's wash our hands for lunch./ Xǐxi shǒu, gāi chī fàn le.

Stay in line./ Pái hǎo duì.

Play nicely with others, please./ Qǐng hé dàjiā hǎohao wán.

They want to be your friend. /Tāmen xiǎng hé nǐ jiāo péngyou.

This is your friend for the day./ Jīntiān tā yào zuò nǐde péngyǒu.

Where is your pencil? /Nǐ de qiānbǐ ne?

Get out your pencil and paper.~ Bǎ nǐde qiānbǐ hé zhǐ ná-chūlái.

Get your book.~ Bǎ nǐde shū ná guò lái.

You have to return a book in order to borrow a new book. ~Nǐ děi bǎ shū huán le cái néng zài jiè yì běn.

It's time to go.~ Gāi zǒu le.

Clean up your area, please.~ Qǐng bǎ nǐ nàr nòng gāngjìng.

Please help. ~Qǐng bāng-bang máng.

What do you want?~ Nǐ xiǎng yào shénme?

How can I help you?~ Nǐ xiǎng yào wǒ zuò shénme?

Get your homework.~Ná-hǎo nǐde zuòyè.

This is homework.~Zhè shì zuòyè.

Get your backpack. ~Ná-hǎo nǐde shūbāo.

It's time for...(subject)~ Gāi shàng ... kè le.
science ~zìrén kēxué

math ~shùxué

reading~ yuèdú

writing ~xiězuò

social studies ~shèhuì lìshǐ

spelling~ pīnxiě

It's time for science.~ Gāi shàng zìrán kēxué kè le.

It's time for math~ Gāi shàng shùxué kè le.

It's time for reading~ Gāi shàng yuèdú kè le.

It's time for writing~ Gāi shàng xiězuò kè le.

It's time for social studies~ Gāi shàng shèhuì lìshǐ kè le.

It's time for spelling ~Gāi shàng pīnxiě kè le.
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Post by MaryM on Wed Dec 17, 2008 2:00 pm

English Chinese Pronunciation


You are beautiful. ~Ni3 zhen1 piao4 liang.

You are safe with us. ~He2 wo3 men zai4 yi4 qi3, hen3 an1 quan2.

We are your forever family now. ~Jin1 hou4, wo3 men jiu4 shi4 ni3 yong3 yuan3 de jia1.

Please wait! (Or you have to wait.)~ Bie2 ji2or Deng3 yi4 hui3r.

Do you want water?~ Ni3 he1 shui3 ma?

Are you thirsty? ~Ni3 ke3 ma?

You must be tired?~ Ni3 lei4 le ba?

Are you tired?~ Ni3 lei4 ma?

Do you want to eat? ~Ni3 xiang3 chi1 dong1 xi ma?

Do you want to eat formula?~ Ni3 xiang3 chi1 formula ma?

Does it hurt? ~Teng2 ma?

No, you may not date until you are thirty-five!~ Bu4 xing2. Dao4 san1 shi2 wu3 sui4 zai4 zhao3 dui4 xiang4 ba.

Are you hungry?~ Ni3 e4 ma?

Be good! ~Guai1 yi4 dianr3!

Cheer up. ~Gao1 xing4 yi4 dianr3.

Come over.~ Lai2!

Come to Mom. ~Dao4 Ma1 Ma zhe4 lai2.

Come, let's play a game!~ Lai2, zan2 men zuo4 you2 xi4!

Do you drink milk? He1 niu2 nai3 ma?

Don't behave like this. Bie2 zhe4 yang4!

Drink milk or else? He1 niu2 nai3 ne, hai2 shi4 he1 dianr3 bie2 de?

Father (Dad) Ba4 ba

Give me the toy. Ba3 wan2 ju4 gei3 wo3.

Go potty? (pee, to a small child) Yao4 niao4 ma?

Go potty? (poo, to a small child) Yao4 la1 ma?

Go to Dad. Zhao3 Ba4 Ba qu4!

Good boy (girl)! Ni3 zhen1 guai1!

Grandma / Grandmother (dad's mother) Nai3 Nai3

Grandma / Grandmother (mom's mother, northern Chinese vernacular) Lao3 Lao

Grandma / Grandmother (mom's mother, southern Chinese vernacular) Wai4 Po2(ref.
a children's book entitled Lang Po Po)

Grandpa / Grandfather (dad's dad) Ye2 Ye

Grandpa / Grandfather (mom's dad, southern Chinese vernacular) Wai4 Gong1

Hi, Amanda (the sound of name needs no translation unless
in writing)! Wei, Amanda!("Wei"
is the word to get someone's attention.)

Honey. Bao3 bao.

How was school today? Jin1 tian1 de xue2 shang4 de zen3 me yang4?

I love you. Wo3 ai4 ni3.

I will come back for you (or I will be back later.) Wo3 yi4 huir3 jiu4 hui2 lai2.

It's dinner time. Gai1 chi1 fan4 le.

It's OK. Bu2 yao4 jin3.

Or Mei2 guan1xi.

It's time for bed. Gai1 shui4 jiao4 le.

Let's go. Zan2 men zou3 ba.

Or simply Zou3 ba.

Let me pick you up. Or Pick up. Rang4 wo3 bao4 bao ni3.

Or Bao4 bao.


Let's read a book. Zan2 men nian4 shu1 la.

(Kendy) Middle School (Kendy) zhong xue

Mother (Mom) Ma1 ma

No more crying. Ni3 bie2 ku1 le.

No. (not to permit) Bu4 xing2.

No. (to negate) Bu2 shi4.

Pick up the toy. Ba3 wan2 ju4 jian3 qi3 lai2.

Put away the toy(s). It's time to eat. Ba3 wan2 ju4 fang4 xia4. Gai1 chi1 fan4 le.

Put the toy(s) there. Ba3 wan2 ju4 fang4
zai4 nar4.
Share it/them among yourselves. (or Play together.) Da4 jia1 yi4 qi3 wanr2.
school xue2 xiao4
This is your dad. Zhe4 shi4 ni3 de ba4 ba.
Want to go to the bathroom (to an older child) Xiang2 qu4 ce4 suo3 ma?
What do you want to eat? Xiang3 chi1 shen2 me?
Teddy Bear. Xiao3 xiong2
Yes! (to permit) Xing2.
Yes. (to affirm) Shi4 (de).
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Post by MaryM on Mon Jan 19, 2009 11:36 am

Good morning / afternoon / evening!
zǎochén(xiàwǔ/wǎnshànghǎo)
早晨 下午 晚上 好 !

很高兴认识你!
hen gao xin ren shi ni!
Nice to meet you!


再见!
zai4 jian4!
Goodbye!

再见!
zai jian!
Bye!



明天见!
min tian jian!
See you tomorrow!

我的名字是Lucy
My name is Lucy

很高兴认识你
I am pleased to meet you.

我从美国来
I come from the United States

你叫什么名字?
What is your name?

1. 我病了 I am sick

2 我需要一位讲英文的医生 I need a doctor who can speak English

3 请给我找一位女医生好吗? Can I see a female doctor?

4 我头晕 I feel dizzy
5 这个治疗有副作用吗? What are the side effects of this treatment?

6 需要多长时间才有效果 How long will it take to have an effect?

7 我需要感冒药 I need something for a cold

8 我有哮喘病,需要氧气 I have asthma and need oxygen

9 我需要一位讲英文的牙医 I need a dentist who speaks English

10 最近的医院或急诊室在哪里? Where is the nearest hospital or emergency room?
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Post by kirei yume on Thu Jan 22, 2009 10:50 am

omg so many things :X:X:X thanks saranghaeyo
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Post by MaryM on Wed Mar 04, 2009 9:31 am

Cantonese

Welcome
歡迎 (fòonying)

Hello
你好 (néih hóu)
喂 (wài) - on phone

How are you?
你好嗎? (néih hóu ma), 點呀? (dím a)
我幾好,你呢? (ngóh géi hóu, néih ne)

I'm fine, thanks. And you?
好好 (hóu hóu), 幾好 (géi hóu)

Long time no see
好耐冇見 (hóunoih móuhgin)

What's your name?
你叫做乜野名呀? (néih giujouh mātyéh méng a)
你點稱呼呀? (néih dím chìngfù a)

My name is ...
我叫做 ... (ngóh giujouh ...)

Where are you from?
你係邊國人呀? (néih haih bīn gwokyàhn a)

I'm from ...
我係 ... 人 (ngóh haih ... yàhn)

Pleased to meet you
好開心認識你 (hóu hòisàm yahnsīk néih)
好開心見到你 (hóu hòisàm gindou néih)

Good morning
早晨 (jousan)

Good afternoon
午安 (ńgh ón)

Good evening
晚安 (máahn ón)
晚上好 (máahnseuhng hóu)

Good night
早抖 (jóutáu)

Goodbye
再見 (joigin)
拜拜 (baaibaai)

Good luck
祝你好運 (jūk néih hóuwahn)

Bon voyage
一路順風 (yāt louh seuhn fùng)
一路平安 (yāt louh pìhng ngòn)

Excuse me
請問 (chéngmahn)
唔該 (m̀gòi)
失陪 (sàtpùih)

How much is this?
呢個幾多錢呀? (Nīgo géidō chín a?)

Sorry
對唔住 (deuim̀jyuh)

Thank you
多謝 (dòjeh) - for a gift, 唔該 (m̀gòi) - for a service

(You're welcome)
唔駛 (m̀sái), 唔駛客氣 (m̀sái haakhei)
冇問題 (móuh mahntàih), 不用客氣 (bàtjuhng haakhei)

Where's the toilet?
廁所喺邊度呀? chisó hai bīndouh a?
洗手間喺邊度呀? sáisáugāan hai bīndouh a?

Would you like to dance with me?
你要唔要同我跳舞? (néih yium̀yiu tùhng ngóh tiumóuh)

I love you
我愛你 (ngóh oi néih)

Get well soon
祝您盡快恢復健康 (jūk néih cheuhnfaai fuìfuhk gihnhòng)
快啲好番呀 (faaidi hóufàan a)

Language difficulties

Do you speak English?
你講英文嗎? (néih góng yìngmán ma?)

Does anyone speak English?
有人講英文嗎? (yáuh yàhn góng yìngmán ma?)

Do you speak Cantonese?
你識唔識講廣東話呀 (neih sìkm̀sìk góng gwóngdùngwá a)

Yes, a little
我識講小小呀 (ngóh sìk góng síusíu a)

I don't speak Cantonese
我唔識講廣東話 (ngóh m̀sìk góng gwóngdùngwá)

Please speak more slowly
你可唔可以講慢小小呀? (néih hóm̀hóyíh góng maahn síusíu a)
請你講慢啲 (chéng néih góng maahn di)

Please say that again
唔該你講多一次吖? (m̀gòi néih góng dō yātchi a)
唔該再講 (m̀gòi joi góng)

Sorry, I didn't get that
對唔住,我唔明白 (deuim̀jyuh, ngóh m̀ mìhngbaahk)

What did you say?
你講乜嘢話? (néih góng mātyéh wá?)

Please write it down
唔該你寫低吖? (m̀gòi néih sédài a?)
唔該筆記 (m̀gòi bātgei)

Can you translate it for me?
你可唔可以幫我翻譯呀? (néih hóm̀hóyíh bòng ngóh fáanyihk a?)

What does this mean?
呢個點解呀? (nīgo dímgáai a?)

How do you say ... in Cantonese?
... 喺廣東話點講呀? (... hái gwóngdùngwá dím góng a)

How do you pronounce that?
呢個點讀呀? (nīgo dím duhk a?)

I understand
我明白嘞 (ngóh mìhngbaahk la)

I don't understand
我唔明白 (ngóh m̀ mìhngbaahk)

Do you understand?
你明唔明呀? (néih mìhngm̀mìhng a)

In the hotel

There's a problem in the room
間房有啲問題 (gàanfóng yáuhdī mahntáih)

There's no hot water
冇熱水 (móuh yihtséui)

The tap/faucet is leaking
水龍頭漏水 (séuilùhngtàuh lauhséui)

The drain is blocked
坑渠塞咗呀 (hàangkèuih sàkjó a)

The air conditioner is too noisy
冷氣好嘈呀 (láahnghei hóu chòuh a)

I would like to move to another room
我想換過間房 (ngóh séung wuhngwo gàanfóng)

When should I vacate the room?
我幾時要退房呀? (ngóh géisí yiu teuifóng a)

I'd like to check out
唔該, 埋單 (m̀gòi màaihdàan)

I'd check out on this date
我個日會走 (ngóh goyaht wúih jáu)

Please call a taxi for me
唔該幫我叫架的士吖 (m̀gòi bòng ngóh giuga dīksí a)

May I see the bill please?
我可唔可以睇吓賬單呀? (ngóh hóm̀hóyíh táiháa jeungdàan a)

How much is the total bill?
帳單總數喺幾多錢呀? (jeungdàan jóngsou hái géidō chín a)

Can I have an itemised bill?
唔該,比張詳細賬單我吖?
(m̀gòi, béi jèung chēuhngsái jeungdàan ngóh a)

I think there's a mistake on this bill
我覺得呢賬單有一度錯咗
(ngóh gokdāk nī jeungdàan yáuh yātdouh cho jó)

Making a lunch/dinner date

Are you free for lunch?
我地一齊食晏晝飯好嘛?
(ngóhdeih yātchàih sihk ngaanjaufaahn hóu ma?)

Are you free this evening?
你今晚得唔得閒呀? (néih gàmmāan dākm̀dākhàahn a?)

Can you suggest a place for lunch?
可以介紹個食晏嘅地方嗎?
(hóyíh gaaisiuh go sihk ngaan ge deihfòng ma?)

Can you suggest a place for dinner?
可以介紹個食晚飯嘅地方嗎?
(hóyíh gaaisiuh go sihk máahnfaahn ge deihfòng ma?)

I'll meet you there
我地喺個度見 (ngóhdeih hái godouh gin)

I'll meet you then
你地到時見 (néihdeih dousih gin)

Can I have your phone number?
可以講你個電話號碼我知嗎?
(hóyíh góng néih go dihnwahouhmá ngóh jí ma)

Can I have your address?
可以講你個地址我知嗎?
(hóyíh góng néih go deihjí ngóh jí ma)

This is my phone number
呢個喺我嘅電話號碼 (nīgo hái ngóh ge dihnwahouhmá)

This is my address
呢個喺我嘅地址 (nīgo hái ngóh ge deihjí)

Eating out

Is there a restaurant near here?
附近有冇餐館呀? (fuhgahn yáuhmóuh chāangún a?)

I'd like to reserve a table
我想訂一張枱 (ngóh séung dehng yātjueng tói)

We have a reservation
我地訂咗張枱嘠嘞 (ngóhdeih dehng jó jueng tói gehng la)

Do you have an English menu?
你地有冇英文餐牌呀? (néihdeih yáuhmóuh yìngmán chāanpáai a)

Can I see the wine list?
我可唔可以睇吓個酒單呀? (ngóh hóm̀hóyíh táiháa go jáudàan a)

I am a vegetarian
我食齋 (ngóh sihk jāai)

Bon appetit
食飯! (sihk faahn) - eat, 食慾! (sihk juhk)

Cheers/Good health!
敬酒 (ging jáu), 飲杯 (yám buì) 飲勝 (yám sing) 幹杯 (gám buì)

Emergencies

Leave me alone!
唔好搞我! (m̀hóu gáau ngóh!)

Call the police!
叫警察! (giùh gíngchaàht) 報警! (bou gíng)

Special occasions

Merry Christmasand a Happy New Year
聖誕節同新年快樂 (singdaanjit tùnhg sànnìhn faailohk)
恭喜發財 (gung héi fáat chōi) - used at Chinese New Year

Happy Easter
復活節快樂 (fuhkwuhtjit faailohk)

Happy Birthday
生日快樂 (sàangyaht faailohk)

One language is never enough
一種語言永遠不夠 (yātjúng yuéhyình wíhngyyúhn bātgau)

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