These 4 Chinese Expressions Will Make People Think You’re a Native Speaker

So here are 4 ways you can fool native speakers and sound more like them. It’s small details like these that can take your Chinese beyond the basics.

Even if you don’t really know Chinese, but you use these phrases, you can sure fool people! Most languages classes don’t properly teach such colloquial expressions.

These 4 expressions will take you far:

1. Ai ya = disappointment

2. Mmm, Uhn + nod = I’m listening

3. Ahh? = shock

4. La = way to end every sentence

 

Have fun!

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