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 carriers on from the one on Shopping In Chinese and Can You Count In Chinese? The unit of currency in China is called Kuài, as such the units of currency in China are: Yī kuài (1), wǔ kuài (5), shí kuài (10), èrshí kuài (20), wǔshí kuài (50), and yī băi kuài (100). … Continue reading Qǐng wèn, … duōshao qián?