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Self introduction

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After greetings, it's time to learn how to introduce where you are from and impress others with your Chinese skills! Learn daily Mandarin Chinese phrases such as country, welcome, people and Where are you going?

aliya says
I have heard “欢迎" and “欢迎光临"? When do you use these two basic Chinese phrases?
August 24, 2011 Reply
Helen Zhang (Chinese Teacher) in reply to aliya
Generally speaking, they are the same. The basic Chinese phrase “欢迎光临 (huānyín guānglín)” is more frequently used to welcome guests or customers at a restaurant, shop, mall, etc.  “欢迎" is the short term of the Chinese phrase “欢迎光临。" It is less formal. But in some specific contexts, we will only use Chinese phrase “欢迎." For example, if Mike is going to Beijing where Wang Li lives and works. In order to show hospitality, Wang Li can say “欢迎" to Mike, which means “welcome” or “welcome to Beijing.”
August 24, 2011 Reply
Alice says
Wow, this really helped me learn!
Xie xie!
October 28, 2011 Reply
Helen Zhang (Chinese Teacher) in reply to Alice
Bu ke qi. Thanks for your support. Just feel free to contact us if you have anything want to learn. We are always very glad to hear from you. Good luck to your Chinese study.
October 28, 2011 Reply
starkeya says
Your a great teacher. I love your lessons.
October 28, 2011 Reply
Candice_Chinese Teacher in reply to starkeya
Hi Censire,
I’m so glad that you love our lessons. I hope we can continue to help you learn Chinese in an easy, convenient way. Since you have learned the lesson “Self introduction,” could you introduce yourself to me in Chinese?
Looking forward to hearing from you.
November 1, 2011 Reply says
superbly organised and delivered brilliantly.
February 4, 2012 Reply
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I’m glad that you love our videos. We are making new video lessons. Just stay tuned!
February 6, 2012 Reply
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