我累了 [wǒ lèi le]
æ¸©æ°´ [wÄ“n shuÇ]
The word shou can have many different meanings depending on the tone and context. The character you are most likely referring to means "hand." It could, however, also mean to sell, to instruct, and to receive, among other things.
If you mean a person's name, it should write as 约瑟 (yuē sè) in Chinese.
Kelsey in Chinese means that you love cheese.
i think this is right i might be wrong 我希望所以
Chinese Yo-yo is commonly called by the following names.
扯铃 [chě líng]
叉铃 [chā líng]
空竹 [kōng zhú]
在望的胜利 [zài wàng de shèng lì]
In mandarian, it's qiu, which is said cho
it is used for thier fashion and culture there.
It could be also used for hot days in summer.
I don't know what the answer above means, but assuming that you are referring to a name, not all English (or foreign) names have an equivalent in the Chinese Language. Just use the English reading when in doubt.
Chinese doesn't have letters, each word is a specific character. It would most likely be the exact same as English.
你是个很淘气的小孩 （ni3 shi4 ge4 hen3 tao3 qi4 de4 xiao3 hai2）
If I'm not mistaken this year, she will turn 27.
It is 阿利森.(aa-li-sen)
In Chinese, fear and hope refers to 恐惧和希望(kǒnɡjù hé xī wànɡ) in Chinese. Symbols for fear are ghosts, diseases, death, and so on. All these things make people feel hopeless in life, so they try their best to avoid them. Symbols for hope are spring, the color green, the rising sun, and sunflowers. People think green means life is vigorous. The rising sun and sunflowers means life is coming again. If you have any other questions, feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org (www.eachineselearning.com). I would be glad to help.
The Chinese characters for Beijing is 北京, which means North Capital.
and it is pronounced bei with the first tone and jing with the second tone.
Congretulations is 恭喜 in Chinese. The pinyin is gong-xi.
英式足球 [yīng shì zú qiú]
The word 'shan' could translate to any number of words. Chinese is a tonal language. Therefore, with a shift in tone, the meaning of a word can change dramatically.
The meaning of shan may be:
- mountain (shÄn)
- earthworm (shÃ n)
- hernia (shÃ n)
- to delete (shÄn)
- fan (shÃ n)
- flash (shÇŽn)
There are many more meanings for the word 'shan' - the above are only a very few. The meaning depends on both tone and context.
That's the meaning of lucky in Chinese