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Chinese Sound & Saying - Learn How to Speak Chinese and Cantonese

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Do you know that the Mandarin or 'pu tong hua' (common language) is the language most spoken on earth? While the Mandarin language is mainly used in China and Taiwan, Cantonese, one of Chinese many dialects is chiefly spoken in Hong Kong, Guangdong(Canton) province and most Chinatowns in the West. This section is specially created to help you learn to speak some very useful Chinese words and expressions related with food, cooking and dining. Your Chinese business associates and customers would respect you for your effort in speaking a few Chinese words. What are you waiting for, learn them today and impress yourself, guests, friends, family members and even the Chinese restaurant owner. Who knows you might get a larger dish with extra ingredients for that. Have fun learning!

If you like to learn a Chinese word or expression not found here, email and let me know and I'll be happy to put it up as soon as I could for you.

To listen to how it's spoken in Chinese or Cantonese, enter into one of the classrooms below. In the 'classroom', simply hover your mouse over the link while your speakers are on. Do not click on them.

Depending on the speed of your internet connection, the 'Classrooms' might take a while to download all the sound files. Please be patient.


Classroom 1
Abalone
Beancurd
Beansprouts
Beef
Beer
Bird's nest
Boiled/white rice
Century's egg
Chicken meat

Classroom 2
Dim sum
Duck
Duck's egg
Egg
Fish
Ginger
Glass/mung bean noodles
Green tea
Mushrooms
Noodles

Classroom3
Shark's fin
Soup
Soy sauce
Spareribs
Tea
Vegetables
Vinegar
Water
Watermelon
White wine

Classroom 4
Bitter
Bowl
Chopsticks
Deep fried
Fork
Fried
Steam
Hot /spicy
Ice cubes
Knife

Classroom 5
Plate
Salty
Sour
Spoon
Sweet
Toothpick
Glass
Chef

Classroom 6
Chinese food
Chinese restaurant
I'd like to buy you a meal
What's your recommendation
Specialty dish
Bill please

Classroom 7
I would like to have
a bowl of rice
I would like a bowl of rice
a glass of cold water
a glass of hot water

Classroom 8
How are you?
I'm fine
What about you?
Good morning
Good afternoon
Good night
Have you eaten yet?
Thank you
You're welcome
I'm sorry



  Classroom 9
Chicken's egg
Chili
Chili oil
Chili sauce
Chinese sausage
Clear soup
Coffee
Congee
Crab
Dessert

Classroom 10
Orange
Peanut
Pepper
Pork
Prawn/shrimp
Red wine
Rice vermicelli
Salted egg
Salted mustard plant
Sesame oil

Classroom 11
one
two
three
four
five
six
seven
eight
nine
ten
half
seven o'clock
seven thirty
three units of
three glasses

Classroom 12
Barbecued roast pork
Barbecued spareribs
Hot and sour soup
Kung pao chicken
Peking duck
Foo yung egg
Fried noodles
Fried rice
Char siu bao
Har gao

Classroom 13
Eat rice/ have a meal
Take away
Drink beer
Drink tea
It looks delicious!
The fried noodles here is delicious
I like to come here to eat
Smells good
Delicious
I'm hungry

Classroom 14
Can you please get me a
Can you please get me a pair of chopsticks
Can you please get me a spoon and a fork?
May I know where's the washroom?

Classroom 15
Please be my guest, eat
Does the food suit your appetite?
I hope you like the food here
Are you full?
How's the meal?
Thank you for letting me buy you dinner/coming
 

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