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Re: Let's learn some Chinese !
« Reply #20 on: July 23, 2013, 09:59:11 PM »
If you want to say "I Love You Mom! I Love You Dad! I Love My Parents"

Then you would write it this way:

我 愛 母亲 = I Love Mother ! Wo Ai Ni Ma Ma(Mother/Mommy)

我 愛 父亲 = I Love Father ! Wo Ai Ni Fu Chin (Father/Daddy)

我 愛 父母 = I Love My Parents ! Wo Ai Ni Fu Mu (Parents/Mom and Dad)

;D   8)



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Re: Let's learn some Chinese !
« Reply #21 on: July 23, 2013, 10:01:58 PM »
 我 愛 祖母运气 = Wo Ai Ni Zu Mu Yun Qi( I Love My Lola!!!) ;D


Wo Ai Ni Zumu Nating!!! 8)...I love my Lola Nating...

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Re: Let's learn some Chinese !
« Reply #22 on: July 23, 2013, 10:07:19 PM »
我 愛 祖母运气 = Wo Ai Ni Zu Mu Yun Qi( I Love My Lola!!!) ;D


Wo Ai Ni Zumu Nating!!! 8)...I love my Lola Nating...

Actually, I would have to translate that properly.

Lola's full name is Fortunata, whose root is Fortune.

The Chinese character for Fortune is written as 运气 and in Pinyin is pronounced as 'Yun Qi' or Yoon Chee

That was Lola's given Chinese name.

So to say I Love You Grandmother Fortunata, I would say : Wo Ai Nee Zumu Yun Qi!

And I would write it as:

我 愛 祖母运气



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Re: Let's learn some Chinese !
« Reply #23 on: July 24, 2013, 07:28:47 AM »

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Re: Let's learn some Chinese !
« Reply #24 on: July 24, 2013, 12:28:05 PM »
Let's Count In Chinese !

I will be providing the latin equivalent on the left, the Chinese numerical symbol to the right, and the Chinese pronunciation to the far right (written in pinyin).

1 = 一 ; Yi

2 = 二 ; Er

3 = 三 ; San

4 = 四 ; Si

5 = 五; Wu

6 = 六; Liu

7 = 七; Qi

8 = 八; Ba

9 = 九; Jiu

10 = 十, Shi


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