the word for love in Chinese is ài （爱）
"Ai". As in "eye" "Wo ai ni" means "I love you"
The Chinese word for love is "ai" (爱 ). Say it with emphasis to make it sound Chinese.
Chinese Text: 爱 or [ài] Is the chinese word for 'love'. *This also sounds very similar to the japanese word for love [ài] also.
Love in Chinese is 爱. pronounced as i. the english alphabet i.
The Mandarin Chinese word for English is Ying Wen, written in Chinese as 英文.
The word cha, from english to chinese, is 茶 and 茶 from chinese to english translates into the word tea, or tea plant.
No, there is no English letters in Chinese
Simplified Chinese: 爱 Traditional Chinese: 愛 Pinyin Symbol: ài It sounds like the English word 'eye', that is if you say it in Mandarin. In Cantonese, you would pronounce it as 'oi'.
Word Love in Chinese is written as 愛 you can also like in Chinese 喜歡
chinese translation of the word "education"
The word mai is not Chinese but Romanian. The word mai translates into the English language as the word may.
Cinta is the word for love when translated from English to Indonesian.
There is no such word in English.
Shēng ài nǐ i think it is.... I love you: Chinese Pinyin: wo3 ai4 ni3
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茶 [chá] ---> tea
In Chinese Mandarin pinyin: Yu Character:魚 If you need to translate Chinese to English, you can ask the AnyTranscription for help.
The English word 'fighter' has a translation in Chinese. Here this word becomes the Chinese word 'Zhandouji' or possibly 'Zhanshi'.
The Chinese character is: 妈妈 It is pronounced as: mahmah
Pinyin (拼音) is romanization of Chinese characters. Basically, it spells out the sound of the Chinese word. To translate from English to Pinyin, you would have to know what you are translating in English, the translation in Chinese, and then the romanization of the Chinese characters.
English letters do not have Chinese words associated with them (not even in Ancient Chinese).
In Chinese "I love you" is written as 我爱你 and pronounced 我ｗｏ３爱ａｉ４你ｎｉ３
I think you are asking what the Chinese word "dui" means in English. The word is pronounced like "dway". It basically means "correct". If you make a statement, Chinese people can say "dui" which means "you are correct".
The African Luhya term for the English word 'Love' is Obuyanzi.
Chinese words and language do not use the English alphabet.
Same as themeaning in English
The English word "harmony" has several versions when written with the Chinese alphabet. However, when written with the English alphabet it translates as "hexie".
English is the official language of Australia, so the Australian word for "love" is "love".
"long" is the pinyin for Mandarin word for dragon. It has the second tone which is a rising tone. To correctly pronounce the word you should use a vowel sound that is more similar to that from the English word "own" than the English word "long"
The Chinese word for Tiger is 老虎. This is the same in Traditional and Simplified Chinese. It is pronounced "Lao3hu3" in Hanyu Pinyin and "Laohuu" in Gwoyeu Romatzyh.
your love -> ton amour / votre amour
Father in Chinese is 爸爸bà ba
Alofa...it means 'love' in english.
Probably from Sanskrit cina, the Chinese.
"Chuugokugo" is a Japanese word and in English it means "Chinese"
Uthando - Love Ndiyakuthanda - I love you Ukuthanda - to love
it means the country both in Chinese or English See etymoloy of the word China in wikipedia link below
爱 it sounds like the word "eye"
just go to nciku.com its a dictionary that tranlates English to Chinese or vice versa .
聋 is the Chinese Mandarin character for deaf. The word is pronounced "long" with a tone rising as the word is pronounced. It sounds very similar to the English word long.
Answer: The word 'English' in Chinese is: 英文. The pinyin is 'ying1 wen2'. Further information: The character 英 literally means 'English'. The character 文, in this case, means 'language'. So 英文 literally means 'English language'! I hope that helped! - Ryanthelion
The word 'cinta' when translated to English is love.
The word cinta when translated to English is love.
you don't its that simple just write in English
Teacher. The Chinese word for it is 老師.
The word love is simply spoken as "love" in Australia. English is the default language throughout Australia.
我爱你 [wǎ ài nǐ]
aime = love (present tense)
To change from a Chinese language back to English word format on your computer, go to Start and choose Control Panel. Select the Clock, Language and Region tab and from there you can change the location and keyboard input language.