Qĭng wèn, xĭshŏujiān zài năr? (Excuse me, where is the restroom?) Xĭshŏujiān zài yòubian. (The restroom is on the left.) Xièxie nĭ. (Thank you.) Búkèqi. (Your welcome.) Keywords: Qĭng wèn (excuse me) Xĭshŏujiān (restroom) … zài năr? (where is…?) Yòubian (left) Xièxie nĭ (thank you) Búkèqi (Your welcome) Harder to find when there … Continue reading Politely Asking The Way In Chinese
This article will cover asking where something is located, such as food in the supermarket. … zài năr? (Where is …?) Directions: Shàngbian (up) Xiàbian (under/below) Zuŏbian (left) Yòubian (right) Remember the different foods and drinks in Chinese, now you can pick one and ask what direction it is (for instance in where … Continue reading Locations … zài năr?
Qĭng wèn, fùjìn yŏu dìtiĕzhàn ma? (Excuse me, is there an underground station near here?) Keywords: Qĭng wèn (excuse me) Fùjìn (nearby) Yŏu (has/have) Dìtiĕ (underground/subway) Zhàn (station) Other places to look for: Chāoshì (supermarket) Qĭng wèn, fùjìn yŏu chāoshì ma? Shāngdiàn (mall) Qĭng wèn, fùjìn yŏu shāngdiàn ma? Yínháng (bank) Qĭng wèn, … Continue reading Getting Directions In China – Qĭng wèn, fùjìn yŏu (dìtiĕzhàn/Chāoshì/Shāngdiàn/Yínháng) ma?