Part I: Listen and Learn 3
Click on the speaker icon of the
following sentences and listen to the recording. The Chinese characters
are in big5 format.
[May I ask, Mr. Wang, where do you work? 請問王先生﹐你在哪裡工作﹖。]
San Francisco gngzu.
[I work in San Francisco. 我在 San Francisco 工作。]
[Where do you live? 您住在哪裡﹖]
San Francisco. [I also live in San Francisco. 我也住在 San Francisco。]
w de dinhu:
758-7636. [This is my phone number: 758-7636. 這是我的電話﹕758-7636。]
Xixie. [Thank you. 謝謝。]
[You're welcome. 不客氣。]
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literally means 'please ask'. The actually meaning is:"May I ask...?"
'xinsheng' means "Mr.".
In Chinese, you must say the surname followed by 'xinsheng'.
'nn' is a formal and polite
form for 'n', usually
used to address your superiors.
is another way to respond to 'xixie'.