'Flower' in Cantonese is 'Faa.'
'King' in Cantonese is 'Wong.'
If you say my grandma then no but if you say "Grandma did this" then yes
'Basketball' in Cantonese is 'Laam Kau.'
si do be lei, is strawberry in cantonese :)
To pronounce the word silly in Cantonese, you would say: ho sore
What are you doing in Cantonese is: "Nei Joe Gun Mug".
Grandma in Polish is "Babcia" If you are talking directly to your grandma, you say, "Babci"
Cantonese is a language spoken in China, and is quite similar to Mandarin. In Cantonese, the word mouse is translated as "shubiao."
pronouce as "Jung Kwok" in Cantonese and "Zhong Guo" in Mandarin
Baby in Cantonese: 嬰兒 pronounced as: "be-BE" or "so-Hah"
it's pronounced "guong dong wah" (廣東話)-->Cantonese or "zhong mun" (中文)-->Chinese
Cilantro or Coriander is called jyun seoi in Cantonese and is written 芫荽
In Mandarin tiger is 老虎　（Lǎohǔ），　But I cannot help you with Cantonese, I do not know very much Cantonese. Sorry!
There is no specific way to say Grandma in Trinidad. They only have an acient when they say Grandma or Grandmother. And yes , I trini so I would know.
Both English and Cantonese are the official languages of Hong Kong. You can say Hello in Hong Kong simply by saying Hello. If you wish to say it in Cantonese it's "nÃ©ih hÃ³u" (nay hoh)
Say,"Grandma, stop annoying me."
Tatarabuela rebisabuela Bisabuela --- great grandmother
In Cantonese, it's 'fo'.
The jyutping for 'Corn' in Cantonese is 'suk mai' , but if you can't read jyutping then you pronounce it as 'sook mai'.
To say hello in Cantonese, you literally say "you good" : "nay hoh". Here's the breakdown: You: "nay" Good: "hoh" Hello: "nay hoh"
you say baba i know because i am serbian and call my grandma this:)hope it helps
This is how you say grandma in Ukraine bubba that's how you pronounce it and grandpa is gedo
Grandpa - "Dziadek"; Grandma - "Babcia".