How do Chinese express shock?
哎呀 āi yā is an interjection to indicate surprise or shock. If one day you run into a friend that you haven’t met in a long time. You can say: 哎呀，怎么是你！
What does qui mean in Chinese?
闟: peacefully, qui: xī | Definition | Mandarin Chinese Pinyin English Dictionary | Yabla Chinese.
What does Jiàn mean in Chinese?
jiàn. to see to meet to appear (to be sth) to interview.
Is Zai a Chinese word?
Zai is the Mandarin pinyin romanization of the Chinese surname written 宰 in Chinese character. It is romanized Tsai in Wade–Giles. It is not among the 300 most common surnames in China. It was also confirmed not to be among the 400 most common surnames in 2013.
What is your name in Chinese?
In Chinese, we use the following question to ask someone’s full name. 你叫什么名字？ (Nǐ jiào shénme míngzi?) What’s your name? If you want to ask this question with respect or at a formal occasion, you can say “请问你叫什么名字？ (Qǐngwèn nǐ jiào shénme míngzi?)
What do Chinese people say when they are surprised?
Saying “God!” is also one of the common Chinese expressions of surprise. God is translated as 神shén, but when Chinese people get surprised, they will say 天呐(=天哪) instead of 神呐.
How do you reply to Xie Xie?
不用谢 bú yòng xiè As we know, you should answer ” bu keqi 不客气” (you’re welcome) when someone said “xiè xie” to you. However, many Chinese answered “bu yong xie” instead. “bu yong xie” means “you don’t need to say thank you to me”.
What does ZÀI Jiàn mean in English?
So a possible translation of 再見 / 再见 (zài jiàn) is ” again to meet “. But, again, don’t think of 再見 / 再见 (zài jiàn) as two words—it is one phrase that means “goodbye”.
What is zai jian?
zài jiàn. goodbye see you again later. Example Usage.