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Which of these phrases did you like the most? Let us know in the comment section below!
P.S., You can find more helpful phrases and sentences in the following lesson:
Hello Ross A Christensen, Neil,
Thank you for your comments and sharing your stories with us. 😄
@Ross A Christensen, yes this phrase can be useful. It should be bāngzhù (help).
@Neil, that is true, Chinese don't say 'thank you' that much, because it creates distance. People do sometimes use other subtle ways to express gratitude or show politeness.
As always, let us know if you have any questions.
One very startling thing I (USA citizen) learned recently was that you are very good friends with a Chinese person, they may feel slightly offended if you thank them for something. In their mind you are like family, and since they would not expect to thank or be thanked by a member of their own family, they would not expect that with you.
I had to learn and say "Xiexie ni de bang zuo" Thank you for your help, when I was in China.
Hello Peace, OiFan, Shane,
Thank you for your comments, we're glad that you like the lesson. 😄
@Peace, don't forget the '的 de' after an adjective => Nín shì hěn hǎo de lǎoshī.
@Shane, they come in handy when you need to use them in many different occasions.
Enjoy learning Chinese, and let us know if you have any questions.
Thank you for your comment and pointing it out. I will report this to the team.
'我非常感谢你' means 'I thank you very much.'
Thanks a lot! How can we fine using them in different situations?
Thank you for using a slower Chinese speaker so we can hear the words more clearly. It’s much more helpful.
Duoxiele ! nin shi hen hao laoshi
Isn't there a mistake in the English translation?
Wǒ fēicháng gǎnxiè nǐ.
I have learned so much thanks to you.