What is Chinese word for family?
In Chinese,we have diffirent words for "family" in diffirent situation.
"å®¶" jia1 is for "back home or the house where you live".
"å®¶äºº" jia1ren2 is for "family members".
"å®¶åº" jia1ting2 is for"a big family or the family values".
家庭（jiā tíng） Read More
The word for Family in Chinese is 家庭. This is the same in Traditional and Simplified Chinese. It's pronounced "jia1ting2" in Hanyu Pinyin. It's pronounced "jiatyng" in Gwoyeu Romatzyh. Read More
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