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Duibuqi, Darao Yixia

时间:2013/2/20 20:45:16 作者:learnmorechina 来源: 查看:227 评论:0

“Duibuqi, Darao Yixia” ((duì)(bu)()()(rǎo)()(xià)…) is a polite sentence when you ask a stranger for something in China. It is similar as “Excuse me”, “Sorry to interrupt”, “I am sorry to disturb you” or “sorry to disturb/trouble you” in English.

 

So if you are visiting China, would like to know how to go to the Metro Station, you can ask a Chinese and start by it, for example, you can say “()(rǎo)()(xià)(qǐng)(wèn)()(tiě)(zhàn)(zěn)(me)(zǒu)

 

When you go to visit your business partner – Mr. Li, once you arrive to his company, you can ask someone “()(rǎo)()(xià)(qǐng)(wèn)()(xiān)(shēng)(zài)(ma)?”


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