One of the keys to building good relationships with people is to show that you’re interested in what they do and how they feel.
In this video you’ll learn some common Chinese questions for asking:
- how someone is doing and what they've been up to recently
- if they're hungry, thirsty, cold, comfortable...
Let’s get started!
Here's a List of the Questions (& Answers) from the Video
wǒ jīn tiān fēi cháng hǎo. nǐ jīn tiān zěn me yàng？
I'm (doing) great today. How are you today?
wǒ zuì jìn yǒu diǎn máng. nǐ zuì jìn zěn me yàng？
I have been a bit busy recently. How have you been recently?
wǒ zuì jìn zài pāi shì pín. nǐ zuì jìn zài máng xiē shén me?
I've been shooting videos recently. What have you been up to recently?
wǒ è sǐ le. nǐ è le ma?
I'm starving. Are you hungry?
wǒ hěn kǒu kě. nǐ kǒu kě ma?
I 'm very thirsty. Are you thirsty?
wǒ chī bǎo le. nǐ chī bǎo le ma?
I'm full. Are you full?
wǒ gǎn mào le. nǐ zěn me le?
I have a cold. What's the matter with you?
wǒ hěn lěng. nǐ lěng ma?
I'm very cold. Are you cold?
wǒ hěn shū fú. nǐ shū fú ma?
I'm very comfortable. Are you comfortable?
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