More Chinese Slanguage: A Fun Visual Guide to Mandarin Terms and Phrases

By Mike Ellis

Those easy-to-use, pocket-sized language publications are an effective way to profit to talk enormous quantities of uncomplicated phrases and words within the preferred overseas languages. With those enjoyable visible publications, simply stick to the illustrated activates and browse the English phrases out loud. quickly you'll be conversing the language good sufficient to be understood by means of such a lot local audio system whereas asking instructions, ordering nutrients at a restaurant, purchasing, or simply making new associates.

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Com ISBN: 978-1-4236-3616-8 devoted to Suzanne, Ginny, Mikey & Phidgette extra chinese language Slanguage desk of Contents the way to Use This publication Greetings Questions Verbs Adjectives and Adverbs nutrition and eating places enterprise and hard work funds and buying type domestic and backyard Weights and Measures Numbers Transportation colours technology and know-how tips on how to Use This e-book when you've got continuously desired to research the fundamentals of Mandarin, yet conventional equipment appeared overwhelming or intimidating, this booklet is for you!

Com ISBN: 978-1-4236-3616-8 devoted to Suzanne, Ginny, Mikey & Phidgette extra chinese language Slanguage desk of Contents tips on how to Use This publication Greetings Questions Verbs Adjectives and Adverbs foodstuff and eating places enterprise and exertions funds and procuring style domestic and backyard Weights and Measures Numbers Transportation colours technology and know-how the best way to Use This booklet when you've got constantly desired to research the fundamentals of Mandarin, yet conventional equipment appeared overwhelming or intimidating, this booklet is for you!

R bù shì . . . ) style 样 (Yàng) Lazy 怠惰的 (Dài duò de) somewhat 一点点 (Yī diǎn diǎn) much 很多 (Hěn duō) possibly 或许 (Huò xŭ) Naughty 调皮 (Tiáo pí) Noisy 嘈杂 (Cáo zá) now not attention-grabbing 不感兴趣 (Bù gǎn xìng qù) Nowhere 到处都无 (Dào chù dōu wú) usual 普通 (Pŭ tōng) well mannered 有礼貌 (Yǒu lǐ mào) beautiful 漂亮 (Piào liang) most likely 大概 (Dà gài) fairly 宁可 (Nìng kĕ) relatively 真的吗 (Zhēn de ma) wealthy 富 (Fù) brief 矮 (Ǎi) Shy 害羞 (Hài xiū) uncomplicated 简单 (Jiǎn dān) Small 小 (Xiǎo) Tall 高大 (Gāo dà) There 那里 (Nà lǐ) jointly 一起 (Yī qĭ) unfortunate 不幸的 (Bù xìng de) the other way up 倒挂 (Dào guà) Well-behaved 很乖 (Hěn guāi) meals and eating places Do you could have .

The place do you reside? 你住在哪里? (Nĭ zhù zài nă lĭ? ) Which means? 哪个方向? (Nă ge fāng xiàng? ) Verbs to reply to 回答 (Huí dá) to connect 附上 (Fù shàng) to overcome 打 (Dă) To carry 带来 (Dài lái) To burn 烧 (Shāo) To chatter 喋喋不休的谈 (Dié dié bù xiū de tán) To whinge 抱怨 (Bào yuàn) To cry 哭 (Kū) To mislead 欺骗 (Qī piàn) To dig 挖 (Wā) To do 做 (Zuò) To forbid 禁止 (Jìn zhǐ) to provide 给 (Gĕi) to listen to 听到 (Tīng dào) To hit 打 (Dă) To funny story 讲笑话 (Jiǎng xiào huà) To make error 犯错误 (Fàn cuò wù) to fulfill 遇见 (Yù jiàn) to cajole 说服 (Shuō fú) to guard 保护 (Băo hù) to fix 修理 (Xiū lĭ) to answer 答覆 (Dá fù) To live 住 (Zhù) to take a seat 坐 (Zuò) to talk 说 (Shuō) to talk fluently 说话流利 (Shuō huà liú lì) To spend 花费 (Huā fèi) To take 拿 (Ná) to attempt 尝试 (Cháng shì) To spread 打开 (Dă kāi) Adjectives and Adverbs back 再 (Zài) virtually 几乎 (Jĭ hū) at the beginning 起初 (Qĭ chū) huge 大 (Dà) convinced 有信心 (Yǒu xìn xīn) loopy 疯狂的 (Fēng kuáng de) Empty 空的 (Kōng de) whether 即使 (Jí shĭ) universal 熟悉 (Shú xī) very good 奇妙 (Qí miào) unfastened 免费 (Miǎn fèi) humorous 滑稽 (Huá jī) terrible 可怕 (Kĕ pà) rather than .

Hăo jīng qí! ) With excitement 高兴 (Gāo xīng) Questions Are you loopy? 你疯了吗? (Nǐ fēng le ma? ) are you able to inform me . . . ? 可不可以告诉我 . . . . . . ? (Kě bù okě yǐ gào su wǒ . . . ? ) Do you converse English? 你会说英语吗? (Nĭ huì shuō yīng yŭ ma? ) How lengthy? 多久? (Duō jiŭ? ) what number? 多少? (Duō shăo? ) How a lot does it expense? 多少钱? (Duō shăo qián? ) How previous are you? 你多大年龄? (Nǐ duō dà nián líng? ) How’s it going? 近况如何? (Jìn kuàng rú hé? ) Is that sturdy? 好了吗? (Hǎo le ma? ) What did you are saying? 你说什么? (Nĭ shuō shén má? ) What’s improper?

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