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Chinese Exclamative Particles: 啊 a, 啦 la, 吧 ba

A modal or exclamative particle is an important grammatical concept in Chinese. Adding different exclamative particles at the end of your sentences can...

Mandarin Chinese in the South and North

If you had a chance to talk to many Chinese locals, you might have noticed that people from different regions...

3 Ways to Use Chinese ‘Hao’ in Speech

Even if you started to learn Chinese yesterday, you must have already picked up the famous Chinese greeting which means “hello”: 你好 nǐ...

4 Most Common Chinese Radicals

In this article, we will take a look at some of the typical and most common Chinese radicals. Importance of...

Words You Can Blurt Out When You’re Feeling Surprised

Our life is full of uncertainties and surprises, therefore it’s always good to learn how to express your own feelings...

Chinese Words with English Origins

As China moves toward modernization in the recent years, it has become more tolerant towards foreign cultures. Many aspects of...

Chinese Words You Might Need

1. 泡吧 pào bā to kill time in a bar Let’s break it down: 泡(pào): to soak 吧(bā): bar “泡吧(pào...

How to Say “Pumped (Excited)” in Chinese

打 (dǎ) in this case means “to pump up”. 鸡血 (jī xuě) means “chicken blood”. Put together, the phrase 打鸡血...

How to Say “Cute” in Chinese

萌 (méng) means cute. 萌萌哒 (méng méng da) is used to describe somebody or something as cute and adorable.

How to Say “Thank you, boss” in Chinese

谢谢 (xiè xiè): to thank, or thank you 老板 (lǎo bǎn): boss 谢谢老板 (xiè xiè lǎo bǎn): “Thank you, boss.”...

How to Say “An Eyesore” in Chinese

辣 (là): spicy, 眼睛 (yǎn jīng) We use this phrase to describe something which is unpleasant to see, something you...

How to Say “Important Things Need to be Said Thrice” in Chinese

重要 (zhòng yào): important, 事情 (shì qíng): matter(s), 说三遍 (shuō sān biàn): to say something three times. We use this...

How to Say “to Panic” in Chinese

方 (fāng) means “square”. We say 方了 (fāng le) when something unexpected has happened and you start to panic and...

How to Say “Down-to-earth” in Chinese

接 (jiē): to link, to connect; 地 (dì): the ground 接地气 (jiē dì qì) is to be down-to-earth.  

How to Say “Feel Completely Lost” In Chinese

脸 (liǎn): face, 懵 (mēng): to feel lost Put together, 一脸懵逼 (yī liǎn mēng bī) literally means one’s face is...

How to Say “It’s So Embarrassing!” in Chinese

This phrase is often used when something unexpected has happened to a person, and s/he has been put in an...

How to Say “Bystanders” in Chinese

吃 (chī): to eat 瓜 (guā): melon 群众 (qún zhòng): crowds, masses Put together, this phrase literally means “the crowds...

How to Say “Upstart” in Chinese

土豪 (tǔ háo) is used to describe someone who’s extremely rich, and is often used to refer to China’s nouveaux...

How to Say “Speechless” in Chinese

醉 (zuì) literally means drunk. But when you hear people say, 我也是醉了 (wǒ yě shì zuì le) , they’re not...

How to Say “Buy, Buy, Buy” in Chinese

买 (mǎi) means to buy. Chinese people — girls especially! — love to buy so much you need to repeat...
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