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Funny words in Chinese language!
 
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*ASMR* Interesting and Funny Chinese Words - Learn Chinese While You Sleep (CHALKBOARD)
 
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Hello, in today's class I will be sharing with you some interesting and funny Chinese words when directly translated into English! These are words/phrases you can use with your Chinese friends and they will be surprised with your vocab haha. The way Chinese people come up with words is really quite fascinating~ Today's trigger includes: 。Chalk board writing 。Whispering 。Soft speaking Let me know which sounds you like most... ❤I will be uploading frequently so don't be a stranger! ❤ 〔SOCIALS〕 Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/t2odae.asmr/ Twitter- TBA
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Funny Chinese Taxi Driver  Fighting
 
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Funny Chinese Taxi Driver Fighting
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5 Chinese Words That Sound Funny in Malay by Sifu Kairesh
 
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5 Chinese Words That Sound Funny in Malay by Sifu Kairesh Enjoy and Share!
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12 Words in Different Chinese Dialects & Languages
 
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CN, MY One whole video in a different language! Today's video will be in Mandarin! REMEMBER to switch on subtitles for ENGLISH subtitles! We are exploring the difference between different dialects in the Chinese language, more specifically - between Mandarin (Standard Chinese), Cantonese, Hokkien (Malaysian), and Chongqing dialect. Special thanks to Grace, Holly and Min! :D Check out the video to find out what the words are! =) Find us on Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/theforkingtomatoes If you like this video, remember to subscribe to us so you get updated when we release our upcoming videos! If you enjoyed watching our video, do give us a thumbs up, and share it with your friends! Credits: Music: Little Idea - Bensound.com Images: Flaglane.com Fonts: Fontsquirrel.com, Chinesefontdesign.com Sounds: Freesound.org
Views: 287773 The Forking Tomatoes
Translating 10 English Words | Tagalog | Chinese | Filipina Wife | Chinese Husband | Funny
 
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What's up guys!! In celebration of my first year here in Singapore me and my husband filmed a translating english words to tagalog and chinese video!!! Hope you will learn something and enjoy watching!!! :) Track: RetroVision - Cake [NCS Release] Music provided by NoCopyrightSounds. Watch: https://youtu.be/n3VO9FnueHI Free Download / Stream: http://ncs.io/CakeYO
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The way of pronouncing English words in Chinese
 
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The movie is totally in Chinese. Subtitles will be shown during the movie. (Click 'Show More') UPDATE 23 July 2013: Thank you all so much for a whopping 168k views! I appreciate it a lot. I have uploaded a similar video with subtitles, for those watching on both PC and mobile, link's here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0ihxe-G9sSU
Views: 185736 Shawny Drummy
Learn the Top 10 Hardest Chinese Words to Pronounce
 
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In this lesson, you'll learn 10 Hardest Words to Pronounce that are used every day in China and Taiwan. Subscribe for more videos: http://j.mp/ChineseClass101 Find out more about this lesson, go to: http://www.chineseclass101.com/2015/10/27/absolute-beginner-chinese-for-every-day-6-10-hardest-words-to-pronounce/ Please LIKE, SHARE and COMMENT on our videos! We really appreciate it. Thanks! Want more Chinese learning videos? Click here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLneZiE_zP2-wKOn0bDZ1p5VEph5GvHbl7 - Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/ChineseClass101 - Google Plus : https://plus.google.com/+ChineseClass101 - Twitter : https://twitter.com/ChineseClass101 - Pinterest : https://www.pinterest.com/ChineseClass101/ Learn Chinese with real lessons by real teachers. Get your FREE Lifetime Account at http://www.ChineseClass101.com/video
Korean teaching american curse words
 
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this is hilarious
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English words in Chinese Korean Vietnamese and Thai!
 
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Use different languages to speak English words :)
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Taiwanese joke (how to identify the 3 chinese words) FUNNY
 
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Some Chinses Slang Words that is funny if you are learning Chinese.
 
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Hello,I am a Chinese ,some of my friends is interested about Chinese culture,and we always talk about the Special meaning of Words in China. And we really have some funny discussions about them. Today I will show you Some Slang words in China.That will confuse you or make your Chinese learning much more funny too . #1 Green Hat #2 Old driver #3 MISS #4 Single Dog 大家好,我是中国人,我的一些朋友对于中文很感兴趣,我们总是在讨论些有趣的中文,这让我们的讨论充满了乐趣。 今天我将向大家介绍一些在中国比较有趣的中文,这可能让你觉得很疑惑,当然也会让你的中文学习过程更有趣。 1#绿帽子 2#老司机 3#小姐 4#单生狗
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funny chinese words
 
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Chinese dirty and bad words - Traditional Chinese
 
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I didn't check carefully, now I've fixed some mistakes. Make sure you use them in the right person. lol
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Ali Express Chinese funny - WRONG ITEM with swear words
 
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Ali Express Chinese funny - best f***g girls and not just friends - WRONG ITEM
Views: 59 Cober Ruger
Learning  Chinese words with 然 rán:当然 虽然 竟然 果然 不然
 
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Continuing on from the last lesson, we teach you words with the recurring character 然. By learning how to use this suffix, you can quickly learn and understand new and unfamiliar words, and get a better idea of what's going on. Go to ChinesePod.com for the full lesson notes. =================================== Like this video? Sign-up today to make the most of ChinesePod.com's 4,000+ lesson library! Save 15% on any subscription with promo code YOUTUBE. Visit https://chinesepod.com now. LIKE US: https://www.facebook.com/chinesepod TWEET US: https://twitter.com/chinesepod DOUBLE-TAP US: https://instagram.com/chinesepodtv SNAP US: https://www.snapchat.com/add/chinesepodtv READ US: https://chinesepod.com/blog LEARN WITH US: https://chinesepod.com/ (psst... use code "YOUTUBE" for 15% off a Premium Annual Account)
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Three Asian Words That Sound Like The N-Word
 
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A lot of African Americans hear a group of Chinese people or a group of Koreans talk, and they think they're hearing a racial epithet. However, they are usually mistaken. In Chinese, 那个 means "that." So if someone says "that chair," for example, they would say 那个椅子 (nei ge yi zi). Nei ge sounds a lot like some kind of iteration of the n word. In Korean, Ni-ga (니가) and Ne-ga (네가) are both commonly used words (and Nae ga 내가). I talk about one of my experiences not understanding this when I was in high school :) Hope you enjoy! If you want to check out the camera I use to film: http://amzn.to/2lqGufi Here's the wireless mic I use: http://amzn.to/2lqLKQ2 My Fight Commentary channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAzXqFoW1Y7KDqwZ1x5m9EA Shoutout to Brian, Backspace8ster, Wilfredo Alvarez, Fabricio Dos Santos Mateo, and Jamie from the Purple Pill for being my Patreon sponsors, whether past or present. https://www.patreon.com/jerryliu/
Views: 21393 Jerry Liu
Cantonese Bad Swear Words
 
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我的廣東話不是很好哦~唔好意思,对唔住! Ever wonder what the people in Hong Kong are cursing behind ur back?in China, the people in Hong Kong,Macau and Guangzhou speaks a different chinese dialect called the Cantonese. This dialect is widely used around the world as most Cantonese people migrate overseas and maintain their mother tongue dialect, cantonese instead of Mandarin Chinese. So if you wonder what is cantonese and how it sounds like. the bad words sounds the best in Cantonese as most hongkong movies have the cantonese bad words in their shows. But do watch out whom you speak to as the tongue can be sharper than knife as times or even cause u lots of physical pain for offending others.Cantonese cursing words can be quite mean compared to Hokkien and Mandarin Chinese as they have much more rude meaning as compared to the rest. However, these cantonese curse words are widely common in Cantonese Hong Kong drama and the one that gave me lots of impression on Cantonese language bad words are by Nick Cheung Ka-fai back in my childhood days. This Hong Kong actor is very famous back then however, his fluent fast cantonese cursing skill caught my attention and at first I didnt get well the meaning on how bad it meant. Other than that, in Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur many chinese speaks cantonese dialect as well as some in US. Open below to see details from my video :) ► Please SUBSCRIBE https://www.youtube.com/feliciazoe90 Please THUMBS UP if you liked the video :) ♥My Other Social Network Links♥ Blog: http://www.feliciazoe.com Instagram: http://instagram.com/feliciazoe Twitter: Twitter: https://twitter.com/feliciazoe90 Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Feliciazoe.my Business Email ONLY: [email protected] ———————Watch my recent videos————————— How to Curse in Chinese Mandarin https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LfU9DLC6RhI Funny Norwegian Terms https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iJLybTvYsrQ Hokkien Bad Words https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-urjEn2RNLc —————————————————————————————-
Views: 47885 Felicia zoe
Chinese Transition Words: Besides...on the other hand | Chels Teaches Chinese
 
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Learn 4 different words that can be used to describe 'besides...on the other hand' in Chinese __________________________ BLOG POST: https://chelseabubbly.com/2016/10/07/4-chinese-transition-words-for-besides%EF%BC%8C-moreover/ I💖--------Follow Chelsea--------------------------💕 -------------------to Learn Chinese------------------- 😎❗️-------------------------------🏝 | Twitter: @Chelsea_bubbly | | | | IG: @Chels_teaches_Chinese | | | | Website: chelseabubbly.com | | |____________ | Facebook: facebook.com/chelseabubbly | | | | Patreon: www.Patreon.com/chelseabubbly| | | | YouTube:YouTube.com/c/Chelseabubbly| ------------------------------------------------------------------🎉
Learn the Top 10 Happy Words in Chinese
 
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Finally Get Fluent in Chinese with PERSONALIZED Lessons. Get Your Free Lifetime Account: https://goo.gl/pwncQe ↓ Check how below ↓ Step 1: Go to https://goo.gl/pwncQe Step 2: Sign up for a Free Lifetime Account - No money, No credit card required Step 3: Start learning Chinese the fast, fun and easy way! Save 20% on FULL Access to ChineseClass101 with your YOUTUBE coupon for All subscriptions https://goo.gl/1Qhbnv In this lesson, you'll learn 10 Happy Words that are used every day in China and Taiwan. ■ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ChineseClass101 ■ Google Plus: https://plus.google.com/+ChineseClass101 ■ Twitter: https://twitter.com/ChineseClass101 ■ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/ChineseClass101 ■ Tumblr: http://ChineseClass101.tumblr.com Click here to find out more about this lesson: https://goo.gl/hNzkSB Also, please LIKE, SHARE and COMMENT on our videos! We really appreciate it. Thanks!
Chinese Swear Words!!! 😡😳😏
 
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Let's learn how to swear in Chinese!!! ---------------------------------------- BOOK A PRIVATE LESSON WITH ME ON ITALKI: 在italki上与我预定一个私人课程: https://www.italki.com/teacher/5150861 ---------------------------------------- If you like the video, be awesome and share it! Represent YOUR LANGUAGE and contribute subtitle translations! Follow me on social medias! Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/realchinesewithjadie/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/ChineseJadie Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/realchinesewithjadie/
can Asians say the N-word?
 
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Jimmy O. Yang can Asians say the nWord. Jimmy's Standup Tour: www.JimmyComedy.com
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English Words Borrowed from Chinese - English Vocabulary Lesson
 
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English Words Borrowed from Chinese - English Vocabulary Lesson Words taken completely or in part from another language are known as loanwords. In the English language, there are many loanwords that have been borrowed from Chinese language. A loanword is not the same as calque, which is an expression from one language that has been introduced into another language as a direct translation. Many English-language calques also have origins in Chinese. Loanwords and calques are useful to linguists in examining when and how one culture processed its interaction with another. Here are some common English words that are borrowed from Chinese. Coolie: While some claim that this term has its origins in Hindi, it’s been argued that it could also have origins in the Chinese term for hard work or(kǔ lì) which is literally translated as “bitter labor.” Typhoon: This is probably the most direct loanword. In Chinese, a hurricane or typhoon is called 台风 (tái fēng). Tea: Legend has it that the Chinese Emperor Shen Nong discovered tea in 2737 BC while boiling water in the shade of a tree. A light breeze caused some leaves to fall into the water, which the emperor tasted and found to be delicious. Tofu: (Chinese:dòufu), also called bean curd, is a food made by coagulating soy milk and then pressing the resulting curds into soft white blocks. It is a component in many East Asian and Southeast Asian cuisines. Ketchup: The origins of this word are debated. But many believe that its origins are from either the Fujianese dialect for the fish sauce (guī zhī ) or the Chinese word for eggplant sauce (qié zhī). Feng shui : In Chinese thought- a system of laws considered to govern spatial arrangement and orientation in relation to the flow of energy (chi), and whose favourable or unfavourable effects are taken into account when siting and designing buildings. Silk : According to Chinese tradition, the history of silk began in the 27th century BCE.China maintained its virtual monopoly over silk for another thousand years. Not confined to clothing, silk was also used for a number of other applications, including writing, and the colour of silk worn was an important indicator of social class during the Tang Dynasty. Gung Ho: The term has its origins in the Chinese word (gōng hé) that can either mean to work together, or as an adjective to describe someone that is overly excited or too enthusiastic. The term gong he is a shortened word for industrial cooperatives which were created in China in the 1930s. During that time U.S. Marines adopted the term to mean someone with a can-do attitude.
funny ABC basic words(in English and Chinese version)-top potty training tops # 6
 
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top potty training tips # 5 reading funny words together We went to the book store and let baby sm picked the books she liked. During the potty time we read 2 to three language to her and made it fun for her every potty time. She would get used to it and enjoyed the potty time. nov 2012 dscn1753 ### All Rights Reserved/No Copyrights and Privacy Infringement Intended. all the rights belong to the copyright owners. This is not for profit making purpose,generally for research,study,criticism,non-profit learning all such purposes under fair dealing.
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Kids In China Are Wearing Vulgar English Words Without Knowing It Ft. David So
 
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Shocking viral photos come out of china where kids are wearing clothes that have extremely vulgar English language on them. Follow Us On SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/justkiddingnews Subscribe To JustKiddingNews Podcasts on iTunes: http://bit.do/justkiddingnews I Love Engrish News - http://nextshark.com/chinese-parents-offensive-kids-clothing/ Special Thanks to Our Guest & Friend: David So • YouTube: http://youtube.com/DavidSoComedy • Facebook: http://facebook.com/Dsocomedy • Twitter: http://twitter.com/davidsocomedy • Instagram: http://instagram.com/davidsocomedy/ Cast: • Hosted by Julia Chow • Commentary by: David So, Joe Jo, Bart Kwan, Geo Antoinette, Tiffany Del Real • Edited by Nelson Nguyen: https://instagram.com/Nelson_ftw Submit JKNews Articles Here: http://tinyurl.com/justkiddingnews --- FOLLOW THE CREW: • Joe Jo: https://instagram.com/joe_joverdose • Bart Kwan: http://instagram.com/bartkwan • Geo Antoinette: http://instagram.com/Geo_Antoinette • Casey Chan: http://instagram.com/chanmanprod • Tommy Trinh: http://instagram.com/tomttrinh • Julia Chow: http://instagram.com/xblueapplez • Michael Chiu: http://instagram.com/mchiu11 • Tiffany Del Real: http://instagram.com/real_tiff • Brandon Choi: http://instagram.com/bchoii • Josh Osei: http://instagram.com/dubhalo • Sean D. Nguyen: http://instagram.com/seandnguyen SUBSCRIBE TO OUR CHANNELS • JUST KIDDING FILMS: http://youtube.com/justkiddingfilms • JUST KIDDING PARTY: http://youtube.com/justkiddingparty • JUST KIDDING GAMER: http://youtube.com/justkiddinggamer • ASK THE FEELS: http://youtube.com/askthefeels • JOE'S CHANNEL: http://youtube.com/theuncochin • BART'S CHANNEL: http://youtube.com/bartkwan • GEO'S CHANNEL: http://youtube.com/GeovannaAntoinette FOLLOW AND LIKE US HERE: • INSTAGRAM: https://instagram.com/JustKiddingnews • FACEBOOK: http://facebook.com/JustKiddingNews • MERCHANDISE: http://justkiddingfilms.bigcartel.com/
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MACC "I Want To Touch A Douglas" - Don't Talk Bad Words [NSFW]
 
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MACC presents a brand new show for 2015 - I Want to Touch a Douglas. Show dates: Penagpac @ Straits Quay 6 & 7 March 2015 Early Bird - RM43 (until 1st March 2015) Normal Bird - RM53 For tickets - call 604 8991722 or visit www.ticketpro.com.my The Gardens Theater @ Mid Valley City 10- 15 March 2015 (2 shows on the 14th & 15th) RM33/RM43/RM53 For tickets - call 603 92228811 or visit www.ticketcharge.com.my Video Credits: MR PHOON - Douglas Lim RUDY - Kuah Jenhan SAIFUL - Phoon Chi Ho CHEE - Jason Leong DOP - Sean Jesudasan Audio - Sidney Yap Post Production - Dark Night Location - The Gardens Theatre Office
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Learn the 20 Must-Know Family Words in Chinese
 
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Finally Get Fluent in Chinese with PERSONALIZED Lessons. Get Your Free Lifetime Account: https://goo.gl/8xDYMb ↓ Check how below ↓ Step 1: Go to https://goo.gl/8xDYMb Step 2: Sign up for a Free Lifetime Account - No money, No credit card required Step 3: Start learning Chinese the fast, fun and easy way! Save 20% on FULL Access to ChineseClass101 with your YOUTUBE coupon for All subscriptions https://goo.gl/Qh5xS7 In this lesson, you'll learn 20 Must-Know Family Words that are used every day in China and Taiwan. ■ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ChineseClass101 ■ Google Plus: https://plus.google.com/+ChineseClass101 ■ Twitter: https://twitter.com/ChineseClass101 ■ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/ChineseClass101 ■ Tumblr: http://ChineseClass101.tumblr.com Click here to find out more about this lesson: https://goo.gl/LnPdb2 Also, please LIKE, SHARE and COMMENT on our videos! We really appreciate it. Thanks!
6 Must Know Measure Words in Chinese
 
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Measure words are super important when you start learning Chinese. Check out the 6 measure words that every newbie leaner needs to know! 0:30 Number + measure word + noun 0:55 Always learn measure words together with nouns 1:39 个/個 Ge 3:00 张/張 zhāng 4:19 双/雙 shuāng 4:44 件 jiàn 5:57 辆/輛 liàng 6:57 只/隻 zhǐ POP QUIZ ANSWERS: 一辆公车 三双筷子 四只狗 五张信用卡 六朋友 三小时 一輛公車 三雙筷子 四隻狗 五張信用卡 六朋友 三小時 yī liàng gōngchē sān shuāng kuàizi sì zhǐ gǒu wǔ zhāng xìnyòngkǎ liù péngyǒu sān xiǎoshí
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The most common 10 Chinese swear words /dirty sentences/ 教痞话视频/mandarin
 
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Thanks for watching, I didn't expect this video would get 32K views! The most dirty Chinese slang - most modern/widely used https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SOZcoruWsI4 Warning: If you are under 18, be careful watching this, its aim is to be an educational video. Learn some shit from this video and you will have a great grasp of Chinese profanity, sit tight! 1 F....u: wǒ cǎo 我操(草) 2 Bit..: jiàn huò 贱货 3 Son of a bitch: gǒu niáng yǎng de / 狗娘养的 4 Son of a turtle: gūi ér zi = Son of a bitch 龟儿子 5 Egg of a turtle: wáng bā dàn = Son of a bitch 王八蛋 6 F... Ur 18 generations: cǎo nǐ zǔ zōng shí bā dai 操你祖宗十八代 7 shit: tā mā de 他妈的 8 dick/asshole: jī bā 鸡巴 9 stupid: shǎ b 傻逼 (傻b) 10 psycho: shén jīng bìng 神经病
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Learn Chinese Slang #1 | “装逼 zhuāng bī” | Common Slang Words in Mandarin
 
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Want to get good at understanding Mandarin Chinese Speakers in conversation? Check out my FREE email course: How to Improve Your Chinese Listening Skills Fast: https://mandarinhq.com/listening For more videos and content that will help you learn REAL life Chinese Mandarin, visit my blog: https://mandarinhq.com/ -------------------------------------- My name is Angel Huang, and I'm here to help you bridge the gap between textbook Chinese and REAL spoken Chinese. On this channel you'll find: - Authentic Mandarin Chinese Street Interviews - Mandarin Chinese Accent videos (Northern Chinese, Southern Chinese Accent, Taiwanese Chinese, Chinese Connecting Speech, Spoken Chinese reduced words) - Practical Mandarin Chinese Phrases/ Daily Chinese Expressions - Mandarin Chinese Pronunciation (Sounds of Chinese, Pinyin, Tones, Connected speech) - Conversational Chinese for Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced Mandarin Chinese Learners - Chinese Slang / Common Slang Words in Mandarin - Common Chinese Questions - Chinese culture - Tips and Strategies for learning Mandarin Chinese - Much More... --------------------------------------------- ☑ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mandarinhq_/ ☑ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MandarinHQ ☑ Twitter: https://twitter.com/MandarinHQ ☑ Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/MandarinHQ ☑ Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/+AngelHuang --------------------------------------------- This video is about: Learn Chinese Slang Learn Common Slang Words in Mandarin Intermediate Chinese Mandarin Lesson Conversation Learn Mandarin Chinese Chinese Culture Intermediate Chinese Mandarin Conversation with Pinyin Subtitles Intermediate Chinese Mandarin Conversation with English Subtitles This Mandarin Chinese video lesson is done in slow and clear Chinese with Pinyin and English subtitles to help you understand and pronounce every word of the sentences.
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Learn Chinese: Random Words | Learn Chinese with Yi Zhao
 
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Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/homemadechinese Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/homemadechinese For other important basic HSK words and grammars: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLGRulctEh1Gnf4WjH3ee720sntgxA6XgG In this video, we are going to learn some random words in Chinese How to say what, who, where, when, why, candle, fire, swim, happy, perfume, money, beer, bean, apple, tree, flower, airplane, electricity, book, tired, shark, elephant, cat, panda, China, people, Chinese, like, this, that, want, don’t want, oops, check, U-turn, eye and some Chinese culture.
Kù Chinese Ep 09: Loan Words (Part1)
 
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In episodes 9 and 10, students will learn loan words that are borrowed from English in Chinese. Loan words about food and drinks will be introduced in this episode. Video Contents: 麦克风 màikèfēng T恤 T xù 沙龙 shālóng 沙发 shāfā 派对 pàiduì 摩登 módēng 幽默 yōumò 酷 kù “Kù Chinese” is a series of fun and funny videos that can supplement Integrated Chinese or any other Chinese curriculum. In the episodes, MC Bing translates Chinese words and phrases directly into English, and invites people in America to guess their meanings. Teachers can play the videos in class or assign students to watch them at home. The intention is to further develop students’ interest in learning Chinese and to expand their knowledge of Chinese in a more colloquial and casual context. Contact us to watch more “Kù Chinese” videos from the 10-episode series: [email protected] Go to our website to learn more about our Asian language learning materials: https://www.cheng-tsui.com
Views: 1426 Cheng Tsui
Chinese bad words( 18+ only) -[Chinesevid production]
 
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This video is about chinese bad words( 18+ only), we are talking about how to stupid and motherf*** in Chinese. Hopefully , you guys enjoy it. FACEBOOK:https://www.facebook.com/Chinese-Learningvideo-1478141589141620/timeline/?ref=hl TWITTER:@chinesevid https://twitter.com/?lang=en Thanks to my dreamboat : LAN and my best friend Issac Kim ,Danyang qiu.
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Chinese girl spoking in urdu words
 
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Please subscribe my channel to see my new videos Funny totay videos
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Learn Chinese in 2 minutes in easy and fun way- surprise or scaring
 
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Hi! Today’s keywords are 惊喜and 惊吓。 今天我们的词是“惊喜”和“惊吓” Both words have the component 惊,which means “surprise,” but it can have a totally different meaning when put together with other words. 这两个词都有“惊”字,意思是“surprise”, 但是跟不同的字连在一起用的时候,会含有完全不同的意思。 喜means happy, so 惊喜means a “pleasant surprise.” 。 逐字 But吓means to frighten or scare, so 惊吓together means “scare.” 逐字 Let’s see a funny story how a surprise became a scare. 我们来看一个有意思的故事,一个惊喜怎么变成惊吓。 角色扮演: 丈夫:亲爱的,你想要什么生日礼物?Honey, what do you want for your birthday? 妻子:我想要一种能让我更加性感和美丽的东西。Something that makes me look sexy and beautiful.(她正在想象装有黑色丝袍和镂空睡褂的女内衣盒。) 丈夫:那是什么礼物呢?What is that?(丈夫满脸地疑惑) 妻子:你知道的。You know it!! 丈夫:性感?美丽?Sexy? Beautiful?(头脑里想象出一个身材炎症的健身女郎的样子) 突然丈夫恍然大悟,说:啊,我知道了。Okay, I get it. 妻子:你知道吧?Get it? 丈夫:恩!Yes! 妻子:老公,你回来啦?Honey! You’re back! 丈夫:看我给你准备了什么!Look! I prepared the gift for you! Thank you for watching this video. If you like it, please subscribe! See you next time! See more Chinese free videos:  https://www.hanbridgemandarin.com/course/demo/hsk_grammar Book one free online class: http://www.hanbridgemandarin.com/ • Like Hanbridge Mandarin on Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/HangridgeMandarin •Follow Hanbridge Mandarin on Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/studychinese/ •Follow Hanbridge Mandarin on Google+: http://bit.ly/29eZOG4 • Follow Hanbridge Mandarin on Twitter: https://twitter.com/HanbridgeOnline • Follow Hanbridge Mandarin on Linkedin: http://bit.ly/29fatVM Thanks for watching and thanks for all the continuing support!
Learn Chinese Slang #2 | “二货 èr huò” | Common Slang Words in Mandarin
 
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Want to get good at understanding Mandarin Chinese Speakers in conversation? Check out my FREE email course: How to Improve Your Chinese Listening Skills Fast: https://mandarinhq.com/listening For more videos and content that will help you learn REAL life Chinese Mandarin, visit my blog: https://mandarinhq.com/ -------------------------------------- My name is Angel Huang, and I'm here to help you bridge the gap between textbook Chinese and REAL spoken Chinese. On this channel you'll find: - Authentic Mandarin Chinese Street Interviews - Mandarin Chinese Accent videos (Northern Chinese, Southern Chinese Accent, Taiwanese Chinese, Chinese Connecting Speech, Spoken Chinese reduced words) - Practical Mandarin Chinese Phrases/ Daily Chinese Expressions - Mandarin Chinese Pronunciation (Sounds of Chinese, Pinyin, Tones, Connected speech) - Conversational Chinese for Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced Mandarin Chinese Learners - Chinese Slang / Common Slang Words in Mandarin - Common Chinese Questions - Chinese culture - Tips and Strategies for learning Mandarin Chinese - Much More... --------------------------------------------- ☑ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mandarinhq_/ ☑ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MandarinHQ ☑ Twitter: https://twitter.com/MandarinHQ ☑ Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/MandarinHQ ☑ Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/+AngelHuang --------------------------------------------- This video is about: Learn Chinese Slang Learn Common Slang Words in Mandarin Intermediate Chinese Mandarin Lesson Conversation Learn Mandarin Chinese Chinese Culture Intermediate Chinese Mandarin Conversation with Pinyin Subtitles Intermediate Chinese Mandarin Conversation with English Subtitles This Mandarin Chinese video lesson is done in slow and clear Chinese with Pinyin and English subtitles to help you understand and pronounce every word of the sentences.
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Learning Chinese - Words borrowed from English? Let's look at a few!
 
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Today we will learn 6 words, don't be scared. These six words are Coffee, Tea, Coca Cola, Guitar, Jeep and Chocolate! Special Bonus word, Cool! They are all from English (Except Tea, which is Cantonese), because in Chinese culture, we did not have this before. So Chinese "borrowed" such words from English. And they are all daily easy words you may use every day. 5 Minute Chinese - S01E13 http://www.5minutechinese.com
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Can Japanese say these English words? Hilarious...the ultimate test!
 
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Learn Japanese and other languages by chatting with native speakers: http://brc.hellotalk.com/learnJP We partnered with Go! Go! Nihon (https://goo.gl/oLBvLT) to test locals in Shinjuku, Japan on some very difficult English words and phrases. Even native English speakers would have trouble with some of these!
M4E- Mandarin for English Learners  - How to write basic Chinese words? – PPAP(2)
 
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Lesson 3 – The 6 Basic Chinese Alphabets (Strokes) - Basic Strokes to write simple Chinese words – PPAP (2) Heng Shu Pie Na Shu gou Dian https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mQXnUv0PQ4s Lesson 1 - Alphabet Vs Strokes - The Basic Concept of writing in Chinese https://youtu.be/3CL-Id0_05E Lesson 2 - Recap 4 Strokes– Speaking Section - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yfqrcB9H7DY Basics tones - mā má mǎ mà Lynn & Janice are two fun loving Chinese residing in Sydney. They have a passion to share humorous & funny engaging videos to educate all who are interested to learn to write and speak in Chinese. For more videos on "How to write in Chinese?" Please subscribe to our channel M4E. For further enquiries - please email to ➔ [email protected] Ps: We aim to upload one lesson per week! Meanwhile do practise your strokes and speech. Stay tuned!
Chinese Words in English
 
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5 Common Chinese Phrases part 2  Learning Chinese | Daniel Hsu (Script words in the box)
 
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★Personal social media★ Instagram: http://instagram.com/daniel831017 Snapchat: daniel831017 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/daniel831017 Welcome to follow me :) **Music used: DJ Grumble-Sometimes Beat** ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Hi, this is Daniel. First of all, I would like to thank all of you who are now watching this video cause you are now increasing my views right now. (Haha! Thank you~~~~) Second, I’m really thankful for those who have responded my last video right here. (Ding) This one. I really appreciate it so much because some of you guys’ comments were like “I really love your video”, “What a nice accent”, and last “Maybe you can consider being a Youtuber!!!!!!!” The reason why I promoted this video is that I want to provide a channel where a lot of foreigners can learn more native Chinese speaking, and the results, to be honest, was better than I originally expected. And also, to be honest, those who have shared this video to your foreign friends, I am really really really thankful for you because you guys really helped me a lot! Thank you guys again for what you guys have done for me. Sorry for blah blah blah, again, if you would like to see more video like this kind, or you can also give me a “like” so that I know and you guys can encourage me. Ok! So in today’s video, I would like to teach you guys another five native common phrases of Chinese. Remember, this one is more native than the last one, which is the episode one. So if you want to keep learning, justh keep watching! Let’s go! 1. The first word that I’m going to teach you guys is the word “讚”. This word is usually used when you want to say something that is really good, usually, it goes with the gesture ‘thumbs-up’. So now you know, the action of “liking” my photos on Instagram or “liking” my videos on my YouTube Channel is called “按讚” . 按 actually means “push or press” in Chinese, so “按讚” means give me a like! Also, most of the cases we use this word “讚” is when we taste something that is really delicious or yummy. Example: (Eating… 讚) So, please remember this word because it is quite useful. Let’s say it again. 讚 讚 讚!!!!! 2. 傻眼 Now, guys, pay more attention to this word “傻眼” because this is way too native for Taiwanese people! “傻眼” literally means “stupid eyes”, but in Chinese, we mean “something that is so good that it makes my eyes or your eyes feel stunned” or “Something is so bad that it makes you speechless”. So this word is really useful because you can use it to express something that is so good or something that is so bad. In both cases! Maybe you don’t understand what I’m talking about! So let’s take a look at our example and you’ll more understand. For example, maybe your friends are now having a party in the classroom and the moment when you walk in the classroom and you found the classroom was in a mess. You will be like “傻眼”. So in this case, we use “傻眼” to mean something that is so bad or something that makes you speechless. Another very good example is that when you see your friend who is typing very fast on their laptops or computers, and you’ll be like “傻眼”, “傻眼”, “傻眼”. How can you type so fast? So in this situation, we mean something that is so good and the thing makes you stunned. Example: 傻眼 You know how to use this word, right? Let’s take a look at No.3. 3. “隨便” This word is typically used when you want to say “Whatever!” This is quite typically used when your friends offer you something that has two choices, and you need to choose one of them or one among them, but you don’t have a preference. And if you wanna say “whatever” you can say “隨便”. Example: A: Hey, Daniel, what do you want to eat for dinner? You want a hamburger or French fries? B: 隨便 But remember, this is not quite suitable for you to use when you want to say it to somebody else who is elder than you. For example, your boss! You cannot use it to reply your boss, or you’ll be sacked (fired). It’s actually like English. You won’t say “Whatever” to your boss, right? So in Chinese, it’s the same case. You won’t say “隨便” to reply your boss! But, here’s the question. What do you have to say when you want to answer that both are fine for you or either is fine for you to your boss or somebody whose level is higher than you? Let’s take a look at No.4. 4. “都可以” or “我都可以”. This means “both are fine (for me)” or “Either is fine (for me)”. “都” actually means ”both, or all” in Chinese. Example: Boss: Daniel, what do you think we should eat for tonight’s meeting? Daniel: 都可以。 5. “你說什麼?” “你” is “you”, “說” is “say”, “甚麼” means “what”. So in Chinese order, we’re actually saying “你說什麼” “You say what?” So it means “what did you just say?” “你說什麼?” Example: A: (on the phone) Yeah, you know what $%$*$*%##^@^Y*U^(^ER#%$&$%&# B: Huh? 你說什麼? Huh? 你說什麼? Thank you all!!
Learn the Top 10 Ways to Remember Chinese Words
 
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Rush Hour 3 - Nun Scene (1080p)
 
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Pigs in action.---Chinese words---
 
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About a funny little pig and a funny big daddy pig
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