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Monday, December 25th, 2006
5:07 pm
[peng_gloria]
Ask the way
A: 请问(Qǐngwèn),去(qù)邮局(yóujú)怎么(zěnme)走(zǒu)
Excuse me, would you please tell me how to get to the Post Office?
B: 对不起(duìbuqǐ),我(wǒ)不知道(bùzhīdào)。
Sorry, I don’t know.
A: 谢(Xiè)谢(xiè)!
Thanks!

A: 请(Qǐng)问(wèn),体(tǐ)育(yù)馆(guǎn)在(zài)哪(nǎ)儿(er)?
Excuse me, would you please tell me how to get to the Stadium?
B: 从(Cóng)前(qián)面(miàn)的(de)十(shí)字(zì)路(lù)口(kǒu)右(yòu)拐(guǎi),再(zài)往(wǎng)前(qián)走(zǒu)就(jiù)到(dào)了(le)。
Turn right from the cross, then go straight, you will find the Post Office.

A: 请(Qǐng)问(wèn),现(xiàn)在(zài)几(jǐ)点(diǎn)了(le)?
Excuse me, what is the time now?
B: 对(duì)不(bu)起(qǐ),我(wǒ)不(bù)知(zhī)道(dào)。可(Kě)能(néng)快(kuài)两(liǎng)点(diǎn)了(le)吧(ba)。
Sorry, I don’t know. Maybe it is near to 2 O’clock.
A: 谢(Xiè)谢(xiè)!
Thanks!
A: 请(Qǐng)问(wèn),现(xiàn)在(zài)几(jǐ)点(diǎn)了(le)?
Excuse me, what is the time now?
B: 下(xià)午(wǔ)两(liǎng)点(diǎn)一(yí)刻(kè)。
It’s a quarter past two in the afternoon.

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4:45 pm
[peng_gloria]
Ask for helping in Chinese!
Ask the way
A: 请问(Qǐngwèn),去(qù)邮局(yóujú)怎么(zěnme)走(zǒu)
Excuse me, would you please tell me how to get to the Post Office?
B: 对不起(duìbuqǐ),我(wǒ)不知道(bùzhīdào)。
Sorry, I don’t know.
A: 谢(Xiè)谢(xiè)!
Thanks!

A: 请(Qǐng)问(wèn),体(tǐ)育(yù)馆(guǎn)在(zài)哪(nǎ)儿(er)?
Excuse me, would you please tell me how to get to the Stadium?
B: 从(Cóng)前(qián)面(miàn)的(de)十(shí)字(zì)路(lù)口(kǒu)右(yòu)拐(guǎi),再(zài)往(wǎng)前(qián)走(zǒu)就(jiù)到(dào)了(le)。
Turn right from the cross, then go straight, you will find the Post Office.

A: 请(Qǐng)问(wèn),现(xiàn)在(zài)几(jǐ)点(diǎn)了(le)?
Excuse me, what is the time now?
B: 对(duì)不(bu)起(qǐ),我(wǒ)不(bù)知(zhī)道(dào)。可(Kě)能(néng)快(kuài)两(liǎng)点(diǎn)了(le)吧(ba)。
Sorry, I don’t know. Maybe it is near to 2 O’clock.
A: 谢(Xiè)谢(xiè)!
Thanks!
请(Qǐng)问(wèn),现(xiàn)在(zài)几(jǐ)点(diǎn)了(le)?
Excuse me, what is the time now?
下(xià)午(wǔ)两(liǎng)点(diǎn)一(yí)刻(kè)。
It’s a quarter past two in the afternoon.


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Friday, December 22nd, 2006
2:24 pm
[peng_gloria]
how to take a taxi
A: 师傅(Shīfù),我(wǒ)想(xiǎng)去(qù)五星(wǔxīng)饭店(fàndiàn)。
B: 是(Shì)建(jiàn)国(guó)门(mén)那(nà)个(ge)五(wǔ)星(xīng)饭(fàn)店(diàn)吗(ma)?
A: 是(Shì)。
A: 好的(Hǎode),请(qǐng)系(jì)上(shàng)安全带(ānquándài)。
A: 多(Duō)长(cháng)时间(shíjiān)能(néng)到(dào)呢(ne)?
B: 不(Bú)堵车(dǔchē)的话(dehuà),半个小时(bàngèxiǎoshí)。
A: 请(Qǐng)快(kuài)一些(yìxiē),我(wǒ)赶(gǎn)时间(shíjiān)。
B: 走(Zǒu)四(sì)环(huán)路(lù)的(de)话(huà),会(huì)快(kuài)一(yì)些(xiē)。
A: 那(Nà)就(jiù)走(zǒu)四(sì)环(huán)路(lù)吧(ba)。
B: 没(Méi)问(wèn)题(tí)。

A: Excuse me, I want to go to Wuxing Restaurant.
B: The one at Jianguo Men?
A: Yes.
B: OK. Please take your safe belt.
A: How long will it take?
B: If there is not a traffic jam, it is about half an hour.
A: Please be as fast as possible. I am in a hurry.
B: If we take Sihuan Road, it will be better.
A: OK.



A: 师傅(Shīfù),我(wǒ)想(xiǎng)去(qù)万(wàn)柳(liǔ)家园(jiāyuán)。
B: 万(Wàn)柳(liǔ)家园(jiāyuán)?这个(zhège)地方(dìfāng)我(wǒ)不(bú)清楚(qīngchǔ)。
A: 没关系(méiguānxi),我(wǒ)认识(rènshi),我(wǒ)来(lái)指(zhǐ)路(lù)。
A: 那(Nà)好(hǎo),您(nín)上车(shàngchē)吧(ba)。
A: 沿着(Yánzhe)四(sì)环路(huánlù)往(wǎng)西(xī)走(zǒu),到(dào)了(le)海淀(hǎidiàn)桥(qiáo)往(wǎng)左(zuǒ)拐(guǎi)。
B: 四(Sì)环路(huánlù)往(wǎng)西(xī),海淀(hǎidiàn)桥(qiáo)左(zuǒ)拐(guǎi)。好的(hǎode)。
B: 到(Dào)了(le),二十(èrshí)元(yuán)。
A: 给(Gěi)你(nǐ)。
B: 这(zhè)是(shì)发票(fāpiào),请(qǐng)拿(ná)好(hǎo)。
B: 谢谢(Xièxiè)。

A: Excuse me; I want to go to Wanliu Community.
B: Wangliu Community? I don’t know this place.
A: That’s OK, I will show you.
B: OK, please get on.
A: Go west along the Forth Ring Road, and turn left at Haidian Bridge.
B: Go west along the Forth Ring Road, and turn left at Haidian Bridge. OK.
B: We are here now. 20 RMB.
A: Here you are.
B: Take your official receipt.
A: Thank you.


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2:11 pm
[peng_gloria]
How to reserve a seat over phone call
Here, you can learn how to reserve a seat over phone call.

A:你(Nǐ)好(hǎo)!中(zhōng)国(guó)餐(cān)馆(guǎn)。
A: Hello, this is Chinese Restaurant.

B:你(Nǐ)好(hǎo), 我(wǒ)想(xiǎng)订(dìng)位(wèi)子(zi)。
B: Hello, I'd like to make a reservation. 

A: 哪(Nǎ)天(tiān)?
A: Which day?

B: 明(Ming)晚(wǎn)六(liù)点(diǎn)三(sān)十(shí)。
B: At 6:30pm tomorrow.

A:好(Hǎo)的(de), 请(qǐng)问(wèn)您(nín)几(jǐ)位(wèi)?
A: Ok, how many people?

B: 两(Liǎng)个(gè)人(rén)。另(lìng)外(wài),我(wǒ)想(xiǎng)要(yào)靠(kào)窗(chuāng)户(hù)的(de)座(zuò)位(wèi)。
B: Two. Besides, I’d like a table by window.

A: 请(Qǐng)稍(shāo)候(hòu)。好(hǎo),没(méi)问(wèn)题(tí)。请(Qǐng)问(wèn)您(nín)怎(zěn)么(me)称(chēng)呼(hu)?
A: Let me check. Yes, No problem. May I have your name?

B: 我(Wǒ)叫(jiào)Oliver。
B: My name is Oliver.
A: 先(Xiān)生(sheng),请(qǐng)问(wèn)您(nín)的(de)电(diàn)话(huà)?
A: May I have your phone number?

B: 82863368.
B: 82863368.

A: 好(Hǎo)的(de),再(zài)见(jiàn)!
A: OK, bye!

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Monday, December 11th, 2006
9:38 am
[peng_gloria]
learn how to ask about the characteristics of commodities and how to bargin
1 苹果怎么卖?Pingguo zenme mai? How much do the apples cost?
2 桔子五块钱四斤。Juzi wukuaiqian sijin.You may have four jin of these oranges for five kuai.
3 葡萄甜吗?Putao tian ma? Are these grapes sweet?
4 买点儿吧。Mai dianer ba. Do you want some?
5 三块钱行不行?Sankuaiqian xingbuxing? How about three kuai?


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Monday, December 4th, 2006
7:41 am
[peng_gloria]
A Chronology of Chinese History
A Chronology of Chinese History

Dates Dynasty 朝代
ca. 2000-1500 B.C. Xia 夏
1700-1027 B.C. Shang 商
1027-771 B.C. Western Zhou 西周
770-221 B.C. Eastern Zhou 东周
770-476 B.C. -- Spring and Autumn period 春秋
475-221 B.C. -- Warring States period 战国
221-207 B.C. Qin 秦
206 B.C.-A.D. 9 Western Han 西汉
A.D. 9-24 Xin (Wang Mang interregnum)
A.D. 25-220 Eastern Han 东汉
A.D. 220-280 Three Kingdoms 三国
220-265 -- Wei 魏
221-263 -- Shu 蜀
229-280 -- Wu 吴
A.D. 265-316 Western Jin 西晋
A.D. 317-420 Eastern Jin 东晋
A.D. 420-588 Southern and Northern Dynasties 南北朝
420-588 Southern Dynasties 南朝
420-478 -- Song 宋
479-501 -- Qi 齐
502-556 -- Liang 梁
557-588 -- Chen 陈
386-588 Northern Dynasties 北朝
386-533 -- Northern Wei 北魏
534-549 -- Eastern Wei 东魏
535-557 -- Western Wei 西魏
550-577 -- Northern Qi 北齐
557-588 -- Northern Zhou 北周
A.D. 581-617 Sui 隋
A.D. 618-907 Tang 唐
A.D. 907-960 Five Dynasties 五代
907-923 -- Later Liang 后梁
923-936 -- Later Tang 后唐
936-946 -- Later Jin 后晋
947-950 -- Later Han 后汉
951-960 -- Later Zhou 后周
A.D. 907-979 Ten Kingdoms 十国
A.D. 960-1279 Song 宋
960-1127 -- Northern Song 北宋
1127-1279 -- Southern Song 南宋
A.D. 916-1125 Liao 辽
A.D. 1038-1227 Western Xia 西夏
A.D. 1115-1234 Jin 金
A.D. 1279-1368 Yuan 元
A.D. 1368-1644 Ming 明
A.D. 1644-1911 Qing 清
A.D. 1911-1949 Republic of China (in mainland China) 中华民国
A.D. 1949- Republic of China (in Taiwan)
A.D. 1949- People's Republic of China 中华人民共和国
Thursday, November 30th, 2006
9:20 am
[peng_gloria]
Origin of Chinese Characters
As one kind of the most ancient characters, Chinese characters have played a significant role in the development of Chinese culture. Originally, ancient Sumerian and ancient Egyptian symbols existed, but only Chinese characters remain today.

Based on pictographs, Chinese characters combine shapes with sounds and connotations to form unique, block-shaped characters that carry meaning. Archaeological researchers discovered many such signs carved on earthenware excavated from Banpo Village in Xi'an City and Jiangzhai Village in Lintong. The etchings were carved during the Yangshao Culture Period some 6,000 years ago. More than 4,000 years ago, people living in the Tai'an area of Shandong Province also carved signs on earthenware. The character "旦" (dan in pin yin, meaning dawn), for instance; the sun (日) rises upwards, crossing the mountains and passing through cloud layers to tell people a new day has begun. It is safe to say that the earthenware signs are the first Chinese characters, which originated from drawings.

The most sophisticated and earliest Chinese characters are the inscriptions on tortoise shells and animal bones called Jiaguwen of the Shang Dynasty (17th-11th century BC) that resemble drawings. To date, China has unearthed 150,000 pieces of animal bone and tortoise shell, including more than 4,600 distinctive Chinese characters, among which more than 1,700 have been identified. The inscriptions on bones and shells consist of phrases and simple sentences, providing much insight into the Shang Dynasty. Modern Chinese characters top 60,000, among which about 3,000 are commonly used.

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3:21 am
[peng_gloria]
Travelling Chinese
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安全检查 (an1 quan2 jian3 cha2) Security check
安全门 (an1 quan2 men2) Security gate
报关 (bao4 guan1) Customs declaration
车站 Station (che1 zhan4) transportation hub
迟到 (chi2 dao4) Late (human)
出租车 (chu1 zu1 che1) Taxi
打的 Call a taxi (da3 de5) take a taxi
的士 (di2 shi4) Taxi
地铁 (di4 tie3) Subway
电子票 Electronic ticket (dian4 zi5 piao4) paperless ticket
飞机 (fei1 ji1) Airplane
飞行员 (fei1 xing2 yuan2) Pilot
改变 (gai3 bian4) Change
过境 (guo4 jing4) Transit pass
海关 (hai3 guan1) Customs
航班 (hang2 ban1) Flight
航空小姐 (hang2 kong1 xiao3 jie3) Flight attendant
护照 (hu4 zhao4) Passport
华氏 (hua2 shi4) Fahrenheit (F) F = C * (9/5) + 32. Boiling temperature 212 F, freezing temperature 32 F, and normal human body temperature 98.6 F.
火车 (huo3 che1) Rail train
机场 (ji1 chang2) Airport
机长 (ji1 chang2) Captain
经济舱 (jing1 ji4 cang1) Economy class
客车 Passage train (ke4 che1) bus
空姐 (kong1 jie3) Flight attendant
快餐 (kuai4 can1) Fast food
旅行社 (luu3 xing2 she4) Travel agent
旅行团 Travel group (luu3 xing2 tuan2) group travel
票 (piao4) Ticket
票价 (piao4 jia4) Ticket price
签证 (qian1 zheng4) Visa
取消 (qu3 xiao1) Cancel
确认 (que4 ren4) Confirm
摄氏 (she4 shi4) Celsius (C) F = C * (9/5) + 32. Boiling temperature 100 C, freezing temperature 0 C, and normal human body temperature 37 C.
手提式电脑 (shou3 ti2 shi4 dian4 nao3) Notebook computer
随身携带 (sui2 shen1 xie2 dai4) Carry-on
天气 (tian1 qi4) Weather
天气预报 (tian1 qi4 yu4 bao4) Weather forecast
推迟 (tui1 chi2) Delay
托运 (tuo1 yun4) Check luggage
晚点 (wan3 dian3) Late (flight, train)
万维网 (wan4 wei2 wang3) WWW
行李 (xing2 li3) Luggage
饮料 (yin3 liao4) Drinks
预约 (yu4 yue1) Appointment
转机 (zhuan3 ji1) Change airplane
准时 (zhun3 shi2) On time
座位 (zuo4 wei4) Seats
公务舱 (gong1 wu4 cang1) Business class

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2:10 am
[peng_gloria]
Travelling Chinese
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安全检查 (an1 quan2 jian3 cha2) Security check
安全门 (an1 quan2 men2) Security gate
报关 (bao4 guan1) Customs declaration
车站 Station (che1 zhan4) transportation hub
迟到 (chi2 dao4) Late (human)
出租车 (chu1 zu1 che1) Taxi
打的 Call a taxi (da3 de5) take a taxi
的士 (di2 shi4) Taxi
地铁 (di4 tie3) Subway
电子票 Electronic ticket (dian4 zi5 piao4) paperless ticket
飞机 (fei1 ji1) Airplane
飞行员 (fei1 xing2 yuan2) Pilot
改变 (gai3 bian4) Change
过境 (guo4 jing4) Transit pass
海关 (hai3 guan1) Customs
航班 (hang2 ban1) Flight
航空小姐 (hang2 kong1 xiao3 jie3) Flight attendant
护照 (hu4 zhao4) Passport
华氏 (hua2 shi4) Fahrenheit (F) F = C * (9/5) + 32. Boiling temperature 212 F, freezing temperature 32 F, and normal human body temperature 98.6 F.
火车 (huo3 che1) Rail train
机场 (ji1 chang2) Airport
机长 (ji1 chang2) Captain
经济舱 (jing1 ji4 cang1) Economy class
客车 Passage train (ke4 che1) bus
空姐 (kong1 jie3) Flight attendant
快餐 (kuai4 can1) Fast food
旅行社 (luu3 xing2 she4) Travel agent
旅行团 Travel group (luu3 xing2 tuan2) group travel
票 (piao4) Ticket
票价 (piao4 jia4) Ticket price
签证 (qian1 zheng4) Visa
取消 (qu3 xiao1) Cancel
确认 (que4 ren4) Confirm
摄氏 (she4 shi4) Celsius (C) F = C * (9/5) + 32. Boiling temperature 100 C, freezing temperature 0 C, and normal human body temperature 37 C.
手提式电脑 (shou3 ti2 shi4 dian4 nao3) Notebook computer
随身携带 (sui2 shen1 xie2 dai4) Carry-on
天气 (tian1 qi4) Weather
天气预报 (tian1 qi4 yu4 bao4) Weather forecast
推迟 (tui1 chi2) Delay
托运 (tuo1 yun4) Check luggage
晚点 (wan3 dian3) Late (flight, train)
万维网 (wan4 wei2 wang3) WWW
行李 (xing2 li3) Luggage
饮料 (yin3 liao4) Drinks
预约 (yu4 yue1) Appointment
转机 (zhuan3 ji1) Change airplane
准时 (zhun3 shi2) On time
座位 (zuo4 wei4) Seats
公务舱 (gong1 wu4 cang1) Business class



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Wednesday, November 29th, 2006
5:57 am
[peng_gloria]
Chinese poem
静 夜 思
---李 白

床 前 明 月 光 ,
疑 是 地 上 霜 。
举 头 望 明 月 ,
低 头 思 故 乡 。

Jing4ye4si1
---Libai

Chuang2qian2ming2yue4guang1,
Yi2shi4di4shang4shuang1.
Ju3tou2wang4ming2yue4,
Di1tou2si1gu4xiang1.
 

Thoughts in the Silent Night
---Li Bai

Beside my bed a pool of light---
Is it hoarfrost on the ground?
I lift my eyes and see the moon,
I bend my head and think of home.



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5:56 am
[peng_gloria]
静 夜 思
---李 白

床 前 明 月 光 ,
疑 是 地 上 霜 。
举 头 望 明 月 ,
低 头 思 故 乡 。

Jing4ye4si1
---Libai

Chuang2qian2ming2yue4guang1,
Yi2shi4di4shang4shuang1.
Ju3tou2wang4ming2yue4,
Di1tou2si1gu4xiang1.
 

Thoughts in the Silent Night
---Li Bai

Beside my bed a pool of light---
Is it hoarfrost on the ground?
I lift my eyes and see the moon,
I bend my head and think of home.



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Tuesday, November 28th, 2006
9:39 am
[peng_gloria]
How to express direction in Chinese?
Big, Small
大,小
Da, Xiao

Heavy, Light
重,轻
Zhong, Qing

Long, Short
长,短
Chang, Duan


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9:36 am
[peng_gloria]
How to express direction in Chinese?
East, West, South, North
东,西,南,北
Dong, Xi, Nan, Bei

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9:30 am
[peng_gloria]
Colour in Chinese
Red, Green, Yellow, Blue, Black, White.
红,绿,黄,蓝,黑,白
Hong, Lu, Huang, Lan, Hei, Bai

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9:20 am
[peng_gloria]
Chinese expressions in shopping
How much?
多少钱?
Duo Shao Qian

Too Expensive.
太贵了
Tai Gui La

I don't want this one.
我不想要这个。
Wo Bu Yao Zhe Ge

Do you have anything cheaper?
你有便宜一点的吗?
You Pian Yi De Ma

This one is very beautiful.
这个很漂亮。
Zhe Ge Hen Piao Liang

This one is too big (or small).
这个太大(小)。
Zhe Ge Tai Da (Xiao)

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9:10 am
[peng_gloria]
Asking for Assistance in Chinese
I get lost. Please help.
我迷路了,请帮助。
Wo Mi Lu Le, Qing Bang Zhu

Do you speak English?
你讲英语吗?
Ni Jiang Ying Yu Ma

I want to go to hotel.
我要去酒店。
Wo Yao Qu Jiu Dian.

This is the address.
这是地址。
Zhe Shi Di Zhi

Where can I find washroom?
哪里有厕所?
Nar You Ce Suo

Where is the entrance?
从哪里进 ?
Ru Kou Zai Na Li

Where is the exit.
从哪里出去?
Chu Kou Zai Na Li

Where can I find a telephone?
哪里有电话?
Nar You Dian Hua

I am hungry (thirsty or tired).
我饿了(渴了,累了)
Wo Er (Ke, Lei) Le

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8:52 am
[peng_gloria]
Greeting in Chinese 2, simple to study!
Hello! 您好! Ni Hao
Good morning! 早上好! Zao Shang Hao
Good afternoon! 下午好! Xia Wu Hao
Good evening! 晚上好! Wan Shang Hao
Good night! 晚安! Wan An
Sorry. 对不起 (抱歉)。 Dui Bu Qi (or Bao Qian)
Excuse me. 劳驾 (请原谅)。 Lao Jia (or Qing Yuan Liang)
Thank you! 谢谢! Xie Xie
Very Good! 非常好! Hen Hao
Good-Bye! 再见! Zai Jian

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8:48 am
[peng_gloria]
Introduce youself in Chinese!
English: My name is David.
Chinese Characters:我的名字叫大卫
Chinese Pinyin: Wo3Jiao4David.

English: I am from America (Canada or UK).
Chinese Characters:我从美国(加拿大,英国)来。
Chinese Pinyin: Wo3Cong2Mei3Guo2(Jia1Na2Da4 or Ying1Guo2) Lai2.

English: I'm a lawyer.
Chinese Characters: 我是律师。
Chinese Pinyin: Wo3shi4lv4shi1.

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8:18 am
[peng_gloria]
Greeting in Chinese, simple to study!
1
A Hi! Good morning.
A 你好!早上好!
A ni3hao3!zao3shang4hao3!
B Hi! Good morning.
B 你好!早上好!
B ni3hao3!zao3shang4hao3!

2
A Hi. How are you?
A 你好,你身体好吗?
A Ni3hao3,ni3shen1ti3hao3ma?
B Fine, thanks. And you?
B 好,谢谢!你呢?
B Hao3,xie4xie! ni3ne?

A Fine. Thank you.
A 我也很好,谢谢!
A Wo3ye3hen3hao3,xie4xie!


3
A Hello. How are you this morning?
A 你好!你今天上午感觉怎么样?
A Ni3hao3!ni3jin1tian1shang4wu3gan3jue2zen3meyang4?

B Fine, thanks. How about you?
B 好,谢谢!你呢?
B Hao3,xie4xie!ni3ne?

A I’m ok. Thank you.
A 我也很好。谢谢!
A Wo3ye3hen3hao3.xie4xie!


Hi!
你好!
ni3hao3!

How are you?
你身体好吗?
ni3shen1ti3hao3ma?

Fine, thanks.
好,谢谢!
Hao3,xie4xie!

Thank you.
谢谢你!
xie4xieni3!

And you?
你呢?
ni3ne?

How about you?
你怎么样?
Ni3zen3meyang4?

How are you this morning?
你今天上午感觉怎么样?
Ni3hao3!ni3jin1tian1shang4wu3gan3jue2zen3meyang4?

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Monday, November 27th, 2006
7:48 am
[peng_gloria]
Chinese saying
English: Once bitten, twice shy.
Chinese Characters: 一朝被蛇咬,十年怕井绳。
Chinese Pinyin: yi4zhao1bei4she2yao3,shi2nian2pa4jing3sheng2.

English: One boy is a boy, two boys half a boy, three boys no boy.
Chinese Characters: 一个和尚挑水喝,两个和尚抬水喝,三个和尚没水喝。
Chinese Pinyin: yi1ge4he2shang4tiao1shui3he1,liang3ge4he2shang4tai2shui3he4,san1ge4he2shang4mei2shui3he1.


English: Rome is not built in a day
Chinese Characters: 冰冻三尺,非一日之寒
Chinese Pinyin: bing1dong4san1chi3,fei1yi2ri4zhi1han2.


English: Take things as they come.
Chinese Characters: 既来之,则安之。
Chinese Pinyin: ji4lai2zhi1, ze2an1zhi1.

English: Talk of the devil and he will appear.
Chinese Characters: 说曹操,曹操到。
Chinese Pinyin: shuo1cao2cao1, cao2cao1dao4.

English: The finest diamond must be cut.
Chinese Characters: 玉不琢,不成器。
Chinese Pinyin: yu4bu4zhuo2,bu4cheng2qi4.
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