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

I feel so embarrassed. You must have been in some awkward situations where you felt extremely embarrassed because of some...

How to Say “Bystanders” in Chinese

How to Say “Bystanders” in Chinese? In China, if two people are having a quarrel on the street, it would...

How to Say “Upstart” in Chinese

Do you know how to say “Upstart” in Chinese? Rustic or Luxurious? Chinese people hold different attitudes towards upstarts. Some...

How to Say “Speechless” in Chinese

Get drunk = speechless? When Chinese people get drunk, they either start talking nonsense or sit in the corner and...

How to Say “Buy, Buy, Buy” in Chinese

Passion for Shopping The fact that Chinese people spend fortunes on purchasing different kinds of products on Taobao (the most...

How to Say “Internet Celebrity” in Chinese

Do you know how to say “Internet Celebrity” in Chinese? Does “Red” = Popular in Chinese? Red is an auspicious...

How to Say Extremely in Chinese

It’s “so” nice. Chinese people like to emphasize their feelings by using words like “really”, “so”, “extremely”. In fact, some...

How to Say “You Know” in Chinese

How to say “You know” in Chinese? We are often in such situations where something is perfectly understandable with no...

How to Say “Go Die” in Chinese

It is actually a loanword. In modern Chinese language, there are a few words that originated from English. For instance,...

How to Say “Shrewd” in Chinese

Smart or Conniving? Many people think Chinese are good at doing business because they are particularly strong in maths. However,...

How to Say “Send Chills Down One’s Spine” in Chinese

You are shivering. What can make you shiver? It could be chilly weather, or it could be something terrifying. Therefore,...

How to Say “Insider” in Chinese

You know a lot about it. An experienced driver (司机 sī jī) usually has a clear idea of how to...

How to Say “Use Your Hands to Make the Shape of a Heart” in Chinese

The role of “heart” “Heart (心 xīn)” is used in several words like “kind-hearted” to indicate positive emotions. In Chinese,...

How to Say “Who do you think you are?” in Chinese

  Stop being so arrogant. There are narcissists everywhere. Some of them are so arrogant that they think they can...

Héshì (合适) vs. Shìhé (适合)

“hé shì(合适)”  and  “shì hé(适合)” sometimes also cause trouble to Chinese learners as both words consist of exactly the same...

To meet, jiàn (见) vs. jiàn miàn (见面)

“jiàn (见)” and “jiàn miàn (见面)” both mean “to meet, to see”. However, in order to express “A meets B”,...

Using 的 (de) with Adjectives

 In English, it’s common to see phrases like “a beautiful park”, “an interesting person”, “a big room”, etc. You don’t...

Háishì (还是) vs. Huòzhě (或者)

Some Chinese learners also mix up “hái shì(还是)” with “huò zhě(或者)” as they both mean “or”. However, there is a...

Chinese Negatives 不 (bù) and 没 (méi)

In Chinese, both “bù(不)” and “méi(没)” can be used to negate a verb. However, when it comes to the verb...

Simple Chinese sentence structure

When Chinese learners are making sentences, they sometimes have problems with the unfamiliar sentence structure. As a beginner, learning these...
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