还 «OK,» «pretty good.» 还 may have a similar meaning. It is similar to 当 and means «natural,» «certainly.» There is also 是, a very polite agreement, which also expresses complacentness towards the person you are talking to. It`s more polite than 是 and more familiar. The question will be even 是. The kind of «correct» which means that the answer given is the only correct answer possible. This term is often used in the exact sciences, or when the question requires a specific number. What a fantastic contribution! There are really many ways to get approval in Chinese. My favorite? 没问! Hey guys, why not watch our blog at www.talkingmandarin.com where you can download our creator of Chinese Mandarin words and phrases for free 🙂! «It`s true.» It literally means you`re not wrong. 没错 could be translated into Chinese as: 你说对 `n`shu`dué (what you said is true), 没 `错误 mei y`u cu`w` (there is no mistake).

How do you say yes in Chinese? In this article, we will teach you 18 ways to express your consent in Mandarin, so that you sound more like a native speaker. «OK,» «will do it.» It`s a polite arrangement. You can hear the hotel staff or a waiter in a restaurant. It also means «I agree with you.» An equivalent of 够, «enough.» Can be used in less formal scenarios. «It`s a bit like «h`o le» and means 够 «enough.» Of course, «of course. Much like this expression, 当, is it a more informal version of 当 and means «obvious» or «duh.» Kind of like «good,» «fine» and «OK.» This is the most common way to say «OK» or «good» as an agreement to an application. If you`ve just started learning a new language, you probably don`t have many options yet to express your consent – the simple «yes» is probably your only option. Fortunately, there is no direct equivalent of the English «yes» in Chinese. In this article, we will teach you 18 ways to express your adherence in Mandarin, which gives you a more immediate sense of confidence and makes you look like an authentic speaker. «以 and » are the two words that mean «you can,» so that in some cases 以 and – can be used interchangeably. The literal meaning is «have.» A positive answer to a question that . To understand how 嗯 and other particles that are called in Chinese, watch this video from Chinesepod: Native Noises.

A: 晚去唱KTV吧 I`m just ch`ng KTV ba — let`s sing tonight KTV B: 啊! H`o a! – Hell, yes! A: `课 m`ng`n w`n sh`ng ké — we have a lesson tomorrow at 5 a.m. B: 吧 h`o ba — OK. A: 这样吗? zhé y`ng x`ng ma? / 这样可以吗? Zhé y`ng ké y`ma? «Can I do that?» A: 这以抽烟吗? Z`i zh`l ké y`chéu y`n ma? «Can I smoke here?» B: 以 – Yes, you can.