Friend: Ni hao ma? (how are you?) You: Wo hen hao! Xie xie.
‘. This is another greeting not commonly used by native Chinese speakers, although you may have picked it up from various Mandarin learning resources. If someone greets you with a simple 你好, the easiest way to reply is 你好 back.
“How are you” is the most common way to greet people in English, so it’s natural for an English speaker to ask a Chinese how to say “How are you?” says. Well, the literal translation of “how are you” in Chinese is “ni hao ma”.
“‘Wo ai ni’ or the Chinese equivalent of ‘I love you‘ is a thing of the last thirty years,” he told me.
Chinese term or phrase: xie xie ni. English translation: Thank you.
大家好！ Da jia hao! The dictionary will tell you it means “Hello everyone!”
Updated April 10, 2019. There are many ways to say “sorry” in Mandarin Chinese, but one of the most common and versatile expressions is ►duì bu qǐ. It means “sorry” in the sense that you have wronged someone and want to apologize for it.
Happy New Year – Happy Chinese New Year.
Hallo! (nǐ hǎo) / Hallo!
#1 你好– Hello: the perfect start
Because [zh zh=”你” py=”nǐ”] is the informal form of “you”, Chinese People use 你好 to greet friends or acquaintances.
Te amo means “I love you” in Spanish and Portuguese.
“wo ye ai ni” is written as “我也爱你” in Chinese and means to love you too. “wo ai ni” means i love you. When people around you say “wo ai ni”, you can reply “wo ye ai ni“. It’s the “me too” phrase in response to “Wo Ai Ni (I love you)”.
Translated literally as “I want you“, te quiero is best used to express love to family, close friends, or significant others. Breaking it down even further, “queer” is like “friends, cousins” – hence the less romantic nature of the phrase.
不用谢(bú yòng xiè). Literally, this means no use, thank you. 不(bù) means no, 用(yòng) means use, and 谢(xiè) comes from 谢谢(Xiè xie), it means thank you. So literally no thanks, but that means there’s no reason for thanks.