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Nihao (你好) (Englisch Übersetzung)

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Nihao (你好)

音符还没连接串好
歌词灵感还在寻找
中国老师教学开始
中文问候要说你好
初次见面请多关照
はじめてよろしく
我是初来乍到 请多关照
 
别扭的发音和语法
我想我得练习对话
穿梭在旧市场 学习砍价
现在几点要通话吗
零散散的词句表达
我拿出拼音表 小声回答
 
你好
Hello
こんにちは
早上好
微笑
Smile
わらおう
给个拥抱
 
你好
Hello
こんにちは
早上好
微笑
Smile
わらおう
天气真好
 
现在几点要见面吗
等我带上词典出发
奇怪的街道名 看得眼花
中文问候要说你好
初次见面请多关照
打个招呼要问 吃没吃饱
 
现在几点吃饭了吗
火锅一定要选麻辣
桌上的长菜单 看得眼花
现在几点要逛街吗
你反复用双语介绍
一直到热带鱼 全都睡着
 
手把手教我的书法
握起毛笔一撇一捺
所有偏旁部首相加
是你教我的那句话
大声说出喜欢你呀
大声回答喜欢我吗
这是最简单的语法
让人心动的中国话
 
现在几点要通话吗
零散散的词句表达
现在几点要见面吗
等我带上词典出发
现在几点要吃饭吗
火锅一定要选麻辣
现在几点要逛街吗
你反复用双语介绍
 
喜欢你呀喜欢我吗
我只想要听你回答
喜欢你呀喜欢我吗
我只想要听你回答
喜欢你呀喜欢我吗
我只想要听你回答
喜欢你呀喜欢我吗
我只想要听你回答
 
Von jacob.hymel.9jacob.hymel.9 am Fr, 01/03/2019 - 16:34 eingetragen
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Nihao

The musical notes haven't finished connecting
We're still looking for the lyrics' emotions
The Chinese teacher starts the lesson
"In Chinese, you greet people by saying, Ni hao."
"Pleased to meet you."
Pleased to meet you.
This is my first time here; nice to meet you
 
Tricky pronunciation and grammar
I think I should practice having a conversation
While wandering around an old market, I learn to bargain
What time is it? Should we talk on the phone?
Broken words and sentences
I grab my pinyin table and answer quietly
 
Hello
Hello
Hello
Good morning!
Smile
Smile
Smile
Give me a hug!
 
Hello
Hello
Hello
Good morning!
Smile
Smile
Smile
The weather's really nice!
 
What time is it? Should we meet up?
Wait for me; I need to get my dictionary
The strange street names blur my eyes
In Chinese you greet by saying, "Ni hao.
This is my first time here; nice to meet you."
To start a chat, you should ask, "Are you full?"1
 
What time is it? Have you eaten?
There's a really spicy hot pot on the menu
The long menu sitting on the table is blurry
What time is it? Shall we go shopping?
You kept introducing yourself in two languages
All the way to the tropical fishes, all of them fell asleep
 
You hold my hands to teach me calligraphy,
how to hold the brush, and the stroke order
All the components and radicals join together
It was you who taught me the sentence
You say, "I like you" out loud
Loudly, you answer, "Do you like me?"
This is the most basic grammar,
the Chinese words that touch people's hearts
 
What time is it? Should we talk on the phone?
Broken words and sentences
What time is it? Should we meet up?
Wait for me; I need to get my dictionary
What time is it? Should we eat?
There's a really spicy hot pot on the menu
What time is it? Shall we go shopping?
You kept introducing yourself in two languages
 
I like you; do you like me?
I just want to hear your answer
I like you; do you like me?
I just want to hear your answer
I like you; do you like me?
I just want to hear your answer
I like you; do you like me?
I just want to hear your answer
 
  • 1. In Chinese culture, food is very important, so it's common to greet others, especially acquaintances and friends, by asking, "Have you eaten yet?" or "Are you full?" It's equivalent to the English "How are you doing?" or "How's your day going?"
Von jacob.hymel.9jacob.hymel.9 am Sa, 02/03/2019 - 04:53 eingetragen
Zuletzt von jacob.hymel.9jacob.hymel.9 am Mi, 06/03/2019 - 01:19 bearbeitet
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