Daily Chinese Sentence


Daily Chinese Sentence

A new twist on the passive  'daily word' / 'daily sentence'.  Join this group to receive new Chinese words every other day by email & then practice translating example sentences. Free teacher feedback is provided.


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How to say "which" in Chinese - 哪 nei

Started by Thomas Doherty. Last reply by Brandon Jul 28, 2015. 9 Replies

哪位同学 ?Which students?Which classmates?něi wèi tóngxué?哪      "něi"      /which ( interrogative, followed by classifier or numeral-classifier )Which can also be nǎ ( same Chinese character 哪  ) and 位…Continue

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How to say "to wait" in Chinese - 等候 "deng hou"

Started by Thomas Doherty. Last reply by Boz Jan 31, 2015. 7 Replies

请你能不能等候几分钟?Could you please wait a few minutes?Qǐng nǐ néng bùnéng děnghòu jǐ fēnzhōng?等候     "děng hòu"        / to wait / to wait for /等    "děng"   / to wait / to wait for /    but can also mean …Continue

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How to say "comfortable" in Chinese - 舒服 "shu fu"

Started by sikora. Last reply by Thomas Doherty Nov 18, 2014. 5 Replies

这条裤子挺舒服。These pants are really comfortable.Zhè tiáo kùzi tǐng shūfú. 舒服 shū fu / comfortable / feeling well / Today's word is probably just as likely to be seen in the negative form 不舒服 as in the…Continue

Tags: feeling well, feeling uncomforable, example sentences, uncomfortable, shu fu

How to say "mood" in Chinese - 心情 "xin qing"

Started by Thomas Doherty. Last reply by Thomas Doherty Nov 17, 2014. 8 Replies

今天他有一个心情真的不好。Today he has a really bad mood.Jīntiān tā yǒu yī ge xīnqíng zhēn de bù hǎo.心情       "xīn qíng"      / mood / frame of mind /Translate 1 of these or write your own to get feedback on your…Continue

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Comment Wall

Comment by Gillian Law on August 8, 2011 at 7:54pm
I'm excited about this, look forward to it!
Comment by Frazer Kirkman on February 11, 2013 at 2:11pm

Could some one who is a native speaker please tell me how to say this in pinyin, and simplified characters:

I am a brilliant speaker, fluent, at ease, playful and professional.

I learn quickly

I expressly deeply.

Thank you

Comment by 曹珣 on April 5, 2013 at 10:45pm

I am a brilliant speaker, fluent, at ease, playful and professional.

wo3 shi4 ge4 cai2hua2heng2yi4 de4 yan3jiang3zhe3,liu2li4,zi4ran2,sheng1dong4 bing4qie3 zhuan1ye4


I learn quickly


wo3 xue2de hen3kuai4


I expressly deeply. (express deeply?)


wo3 biao3da2 shen1ke4


I am not sure because my English is not very good.

I an not sure what is the best translation for 'playful'

Comment by Lester Orman on November 19, 2013 at 10:06pm

I will have a go. Can't promise I will be much good to start with. Nothing ventured nothing gained.

Comment by Natalie Francis on November 26, 2013 at 11:41pm

Hi everyone! I look forward to learning much, before I can contribute!

Comment by Malak Lopez on February 1, 2014 at 4:12am

How would you say "I'm a bit confused"? I have tried using 我有一点儿搞混了 or 我不明白 or 我真糊涂了, but I 've only had moderate success using this mixture... can someone tell me the context of how to express the feeling of being perplexed? Thanks!

Comment by Lester Orman on April 17, 2014 at 8:52am

I do mixed sentences. I also I use Chinese thinking when using English words.

A typical mixed sentence. "Some people make a mountain out of a mole hill" is now "some people make a shan 山 out of a mole hill".
As words are learnt so the English portion lessens.

As to thinking, "shopping" is now "buy things". So I don't go the supermarket to do shopping, I now go to mai dongxi 买东西- buy things.

Comment by David Lloyd-Jones on April 20, 2014 at 2:57pm

dài shù
代数 代數 dài shù algebra 
xiàng liàng dài shù
向量代数 向量代數 xiàng liàng dài shù vector algebra 

tè zhēng zhí
特征值 特徵值 tè zhēng zhí eigenvalue (math.) 

liàng zǐ
量子 量子 liàng zǐ quantum 

bō lì èr xiàng xìng
波粒二象性 波粒二象性 bō lì èr xiàng xìng wave-particle duality in quantum mechanics
yuè qiān
跃迁 躍遷 yuè qiān transition; jump (e.g. quantum leap in spectroscopy) 

jǔ zhèn
矩阵 矩陣 jǔ zhèn array; matrix (math.)

dí lā kè
狄拉克 狄拉克 dí lā kè P.A.M. Dirac (1902-1984), British physicist 

mǎ kè sī · pǔ lǎng kè
马克斯・普朗克 馬克斯・普朗克 mǎ kè sī · pǔ lǎng kè Max Planck (1858-1947), German physicist who first postulated quantization of energy 

pǔ lǎng kè cháng shù
普朗克常数 普朗克常數 pǔ lǎng kè cháng shù Planck's constant h, approximately equal to 6.626 x 10^-34 joule.seconds or 4.135 x 10^-15 electron volt.seconds 

fèi mǐ
费米 費米 fèi mǐ Fermi (name); Enrico Fermi (1901-1954), Italian born US nuclear physicist 

hé zi
核子 核子 hé zi nuclear; nucleus 

zhì zǐ
质子 質子 zhì zǐ proton (positively charged nuclear particle); a prince sent to be held as a hostage in a neighbouring state in ancient China 

hé fēn liè
核分裂 核分裂 hé fēn liè nuclear fission 

hé liè biàn
核裂变 核裂變 hé liè biàn atomic fission; nuclear fission; fission 

hé fǎn yìng duī
核反应堆 核反應堆 hé fǎn yìng duī nuclear reactor 

bì qiú chǎng
壁球场  squash court.

Comment by David Lloyd-Jones on May 24, 2014 at 7:41am


I want to thank you for your useful, indeed necessary, sentences.  In particular I know that 我是个才华横溢的演讲者,流利,自然,生动并且专业。is a sentence I shall have to use frequently, perhaps even every day.

On the other hand I don't think this is an immediate need.  Do you think  you could possibly store it away and repost it here, maybe in 150 years from now?



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