How do you say shut up in Chinese Cantonese?
收聲 。 Shut up. gam2 jau6 dim2 aa3.
What is another way to say shut up?
- button it (slang)
- pipe down (slang) Just pipe down and I’ll tell you what I want.
- put a sock in it (British, slang)
- keep your trap shut (slang)
- cut the cackle (informal)
- button your lip (slang)
What does Lo fan mean in Chinese?
Lo Fan is a term the Chinese used to refer to Americans meant as (Barbarian) due to the lack of patience and discipline. —
What is I love you in Singapore?
我舒合你 has become the go-to expression for Hokkiens to express “I love you” in Singapore.
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 is hello in Hong Kong?
Hong Kong. Neih hou (pronounced “nay-ho”) is used to say hello in Hong Kong. The pronunciation of hou is something between “ho” and “how.” But realistically, saying a simple hello (same as in English but with a little more “haaa-lo”) is extremely common for informal situations!
What is a fu yen?
fū yǎn. to elaborate (on a theme) to expound (the classics) perfunctory to skimp to botch to do sth half-heartedly or just for show barely enough to get by. Example Usage.
Can pejorative people?
A pejorative or slur is a word or grammatical form expressing a negative or a disrespectful connotation, a low opinion, or a lack of respect toward someone or something. It is also used to express criticism, hostility, or disregard.
How do you say I love in Cantonese?
You’ll often hear Mandarin speakers saying “I love you” as 我爱你. In Cantonese, it is pronounced as 我愛你.