How do you write Katie in Chinese?
I am Chinese, 凯蒂 is how you write Katie in Chinese, pronounced Kai-Dee. (a few minor changes with the pronunciation)
God of Beauty
"Katie" is written as "كايتي", from English to Arabic
Katie = ×§×™×™×˜×™
To spell Kaydee in Chinese is Kai di depending on how you pronounce it. In Chinese they pronounce Kaydee, Katie with using the "t:.
Katie Price has wrote 35 books.
'My name is Katie' in Chinese is '我的名字是凯蒂'. In pinyin, it is 'wo de ming zi shi Kai di '.
Katie wrote about pirates and mermaids in her kids books. Katie has Autobiography's. Katie also had Sapphire and Paradise, where she wrote about a woman but modelled it on her life.
i wont to know how to write son in Chinese
The Chinese write in 'characters' called 'Hanzi'. You and I would be unable to write or pronounce them. When you want to write the Chinese language in a form that non-Chinese people can read or pronounce (using Westernized-lettering), you use a system called 'pinyin' which translates the Chinese characters into westernized-alphabetical words. They don't write from right to left or left to right, they write from up to down.
You write Hi in Chinese like this 你好
You would first need to learn how to write Chinese. Then, Chinese usually write there letters from top to bottom, compaired to the American standard, left to right.
It could be written as: Κεϊτι
I can,because I am chinese. can I do for you?
32 in chinese
Unlike the western custom, Chinese write their family names first, then write their given names.
Yes. The Chinese invented a language and they can write just like we write in English.
Chinese (Simplified) - 猪 Chinese (Traditional) - 豬
They use a T.V to write.
Katie Price does not have an email address for fans to contact her. She does have a fan club address you can write to and request an autographed picture.
Origami is a Japanese word, and I don't know how you would say/write it in Chinese.
You can't write any single letters of the English alphabet in Chinese, because the Chinese language doesn't have any equivalent of individual letters.
Bamboo in simplified Chinese is Zhú
好 is the Chinese translation of good
type in Chinese characters by pinyin
Grandfather in chinese is 爺爺。
you cant... there isn't a Chinese alphabet
糖果 is candy in chinese
You translate it from English into Chinese.
Thank you is 謝謝 in Chinese.
Yard in Chinese is 院子.
金 That is how you write "gold" in Chinese. Unfortunately, I can't make the font size any bigger.
对，我可以写中文 (Duì, wǒ kěyǐ xiě zhōngwén) Yes, I can write in Chinese. 你好吗？(Nǐ hǎo ma?) How are you?
You can't write G in Chinese as the Chinese character system does not work the same as the English alphabet system. Chinese characters mainly consist of strokes to form a word. So there's no G in the Chinese character system.
The Chinese language does not consist of any letters, nor does it have any characters for the Latin alphabet. Therefore, it is impossible to write the letter N in Chinese.
The Chinese language does not consist of any letters, nor does it have any characters for the Latin alphabet. Therefore, it is impossible to write the letter M in Chinese.
Traditional Chinese:月亮Simplified Chinese:月亮
in simplified Chinese the answer is 蚱蜢 but in tradional Chinese the answer is 蚱蜢
No - you are thinking of Katie In London, part of the million-selling "Katie" series (which mostly feature stories about famous paintings). They are published in the UK by Orchard Books
Just write a story in Chinese,with phrases like三步并作两步.
永远 means forever in Chinese
There is no letter a, chinese has characters for words, not for sounds.
You have to follow a stroke order.
Fifteen in Chinese would be 十五
Lola in Chinese can be written as 落啦.
皇帝 (Huángdì) (Simplified Chinese.)
this is how you right marie in chinese 玛丽
You write it "女朋友"
Well, that is kind of ancient writting regulation and mostly people use Chinese bushes to write. But for now, Chinese write from top left to right and then change another line and go on. Usually we use pen, ballpen or pensil at present.
中國人 as Traditional Chinese 中国人 as Simplified Chinese