How To: Thank someone in Mandarin Chinese

Thank someone in Mandarin Chinese

This language lesson teaches you how to pay someone a compliment or thank someone in Mandarin Chinese. This how to video covers the following Mandarin Chinese phrases:
Ni zhen bang! (you are awesome)
Zuo de hao! (great job)
Ni zhen nen gan! (you are great --ability-wise)

Xie xie (thank you)
Duo xie le (many thanks)
Bu yong xie (there's no need to thank me)
Bu ke qi imply closer relationship

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1 Comment

Hi rmansur, I love the way you explain and demonstrate the pattern for pronunciation. As a suggestion it would be nice to also see the proper spelling with accent marks as well as the Chinese characters, otherwise excellent demonstrations.

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