8 Key Chinese Phrases For When You First Come To China

Rachel Weiss
Rachel Weiss

I'm an American who has been in China for three years! Read more about my adventures here: www.rachelmeetschina.com

 / Nov 7, 2018

Are you preparing to teach in China but don’t speak any Chinese? Don’t worry! We’ve teamed up with [QUĀY.jo], the founder of Elementary China, to introduce important Chinese phrases that will help you when you first come to China!


Whether you’re trying to order food, pay your bill, find the bathroom, or just say hello or thank you, learning Chinese is a great way to not only help you in your daily life in China, but also a great way to learn more about Chinese culture and meet the people living here.


Watch this video below to learn 8 Key Chinese Phrases:






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To help you practice on-the-go, we've created a FREE download that includes separate audio files for each of the phrases from the video, as well as a PDF reference guide so you can become familiar with the Chinese characters for these phrases.


Download a zip file to your computer or SmartPhone and you can easily practice these phrases off-line.







Elementary Chinese was created by [QUĀY.jo] to help expats living in China who struggle with everyday communication in Mandarin! To learn more about his courses, visit: https://elementarychinese.com/


For more information about living and traveling in China, check out The Ultimate Guide for Moving to China




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Rachel Weiss

I'm an American who has been in China for three years! Read more about my adventures here: www.rachelmeetschina.com