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Last updated: May 31, 2021 | Author: Mark Dent
What does NǏ HǍO mean in English?
你好! (nǐ hǎo) / 您好！ (nin Ho) “Hi” In case you’re just getting started with Chinese, let’s go over our basics. “Nǐ hǎo” is, in fact, the first phrase you learn in Chinese lessons.
How do they say hello in China?
What is Ni Hao’s answer?
But how are you answer people when they tell you:Ni Hao Ma? (how are you?); It’s pretty simple, just say “Wo Hen Hao(I am very good), Wo = I, Hen = Very, Hao = Good.
How will you respond to Xie Xie?
I always Answer saying “Thank you” with the emphasis on the word “you”. Think about Chinese, where response to “behold” often “bu yong Se(literally no need to thank) or “bu ke qi” (nothing – IF I understand them correctly).
What does Ni haoma mean?
“How are you” is the most common way to greet people in English, so it’s only natural for an English speaker to ask a Chinese person how to say “how are you?” Well, the literal translation of “how are you” into Chinese is “ni hao ma“.