If you are looking for ways to say I love you in Chinese, you can learn the expressions here. We will explore some authentic and genuine words to express feelings to our loved ones.
Let’s sort out the confusion about 没有 (méi yǒu) in Chinese by understanding its meaning and how it is used in sentences. We will explore the application with some examples.
Here are topics about months in Chinese, important phrases, celebrations associated with these months, and translations of related phrases so that you can describe when something happens.
This guide will minimize your ambiguity with the concept of using 是 (shì) in Chinese sentences. It will explore the scenarios where you need to use 是 (shì) in Chinese and where you need to avoid using it.
Chinese is one of the widely spoken languages. Learning Chinese means endless opportunities for you. Let’s explore some reasons why we learn Chinese and how it benefits us.
From stepping on someone’s toe to hearing a piece of heartbreaking news, using the word sorry is mandatory. Learn six different ways to say sorry in Chinese.
Let’s explore the difference between traditional and simplified Chinese, how to use these writing systems, what is their origin, and why you should learn them.
Exploring the seasons in Chinese along with the festivities associated with them will surely give you an opportunity to have deeper conversations with Chinese people.
Getting command of these Chinese vegetables will help you order food and buy groceries effortlessly. Next time, you visit a Chinese restaurant, use these vocabulary words to order the food of your choice.
Learn ten different ways to say bye in Chinese in order to bid farewell to someone in the most authentic and appropriate manner, depending upon the nature of your situation.
Let’s explore some of the most common and genuine ways to wish someone good luck in Chinese, depending on the nature of the small event to bigger life changes.
Explore the five major Chinese tones to master Chinese. Learn the general explanation of Chinese tones, we will highlight the major ones that Mandarin Chinese holds.
Reviewing the Chinese dialects by highlighting the differences in the tones, grammar, vocabulary words, and the regions where Cantonese and Mandarin are spoken.
How do you show appreciation to someone who has done something kind to you? You say thank you or thanks! And in Chinese? It’s xièxie!
A detailed guide to Chinese traditions and New Year greetings to make your Eve memorable and extraordinary.