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How do you greet in Chinese?
12 Common Ways to Say “Hi” in Chinese
- 你好 | Nĭhǎo | Hello!
- 您好 | Nínhǎo | Hello (polite)
- 大家好 | Dàjiā hǎo | Hello everybody!
- 老师好 | Lǎoshī hǎo | Hello, teacher!
- 下午好 | Xiàwǔhǎo | Good afternoon!
- 晚上好 | Wǎnshànghǎo | Good evening!
- 早 | Zǎo | Good morning (informal)
- 喂 | Wéi | Hello (used when answering the phone)
What is Ni Hao?
Nihao, Ni Hao, or 你好 (Chinese: 你好; lit. ‘hello’) may refer to: 你好，李焕英 or Hi, Mom, a 2021 Chinese comedy film.
What is a Mandarin greeting?
你好。 nǐ hǎo; The standard “hello” greeting. Literally means “you good.” nín hǎo; The same “hello” greeting as above, except that 您 (nín), like in many European languages, is the polite form of “you”, used when addressing elders, or teachers etc.
What is the meaning of Hello China?
Hello in Chinese is 你好 – Nǐ hǎo. This quite literally translates to “you good”. In a formal situation, what’s the best way to say hello in Chinese? Similarly to the informal version of hello (你好 – Nǐ hǎo), the formal version just includes an extra N making 您好 “Nin hao”.
What can I say instead of good morning?
Good morning to your friends and colleagues
- Hello! How are you?
- Hi! What a lovely morning!
- Hiya! How was your weekend?
- Morning! How’s it going?
- Hey! Long time no see.
- Hi there! What’s up?
- Hi! What’s good?
- Hello! How have you been?
Do Chinese shake hands?
Chinese may nod or bow instead of shaking hands, although shaking hands has become increasingly common. When introduced to a Chinese group, they may greet you with applause. Greet the oldest, most senior person before others.
Is Ni hao ma correct?
“How are you” is the most common way to greet people in English, therefore it’s natural for an English speaker to ask a Chinese how to say “how are you?” Well, literally translating “how are you” into Chinese is “ni hao ma”.
What xie xie means?
Filters. (Chinese, colloquial) Thank you.
What are 4 greetings in Spanish?
Here are the most common greetings in Spanish:
- Hola – Hello.
- Buenas – Hi (informal)
- Buenos días – Good morning.
- Buen día – Good morning (less common, used in Argentina)
- Buenas tardes – Good afternoon.
- Buenas noches – Good evening.
- Bienvenido – Welcome.
What are 5 good synonyms?
enjoyable, pleasant, agreeable, pleasing, pleasurable, delightful, great, nice, lovely, amusing, diverting, jolly, merry, lively, festive, cheerful, convivial, congenial, sociable.