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An Introduction to Tones in Mandarin Chinese

In this post we are going to discuss the five tones in Mandarin Chinese. Tones are what allow you to distinguish meaning between similar units of sound. For instance, the sound “ma” could mean five or more different things depending on the tone.

 

Tone 1 (high)
            mā
        妈
  […]

By |October 6th, 2016|Blog|0 Comments

Greeting People in Chinese

There are multiple ways to greet someone using Mandarin Chinese. These often differ from what we are used to in English. The reasons are cultural and historical. Let’s look at a few different ways to greet someone using the Chinese language.
Greeting using 你好
This phrase is pronounced like “knee” “how” and means hello. This is a […]

By |August 17th, 2016|Blog|0 Comments

An Introduction to Pinyin

Having already arrived at this site, you have probably noticed the romanization on the flash cards. This is called pinyin. If you cannot read Chinese, this is what you will use to make sense of how the characters should sound when audio is not available. Let’s take some time to go over some of the major […]

By |August 15th, 2016|Blog|0 Comments

Sports

 

Say This Now
Instant English and Chinese Translations for Common Phrases. Hope you found our website and app useful for common Sports phrases. We will be continuing to update our phrase database. Please email us if you have corrections, questions, and/or would like to join our Translation Network.

By |February 5th, 2016|Sports|0 Comments

Business

 

Say This Now
Instant English and Chinese Translations for Common Phrases. Hope you found our website and app useful for common Business phrases. We will be continuing to update our phrase database. Please email us if you have corrections, questions, and/or would like to join our Translation Network.

By |January 23rd, 2016|Business|0 Comments

Say This Now!

Say This Now

Instant English and Chinese Translations for Common Phrases. Hope you found our website and app useful for common everyday phrases. We will be continuing to update our phrase database. Please email us if you have corrections, questions, and/or would like to join our Translation Network.

By |November 30th, 2015|About Us|0 Comments