What Is The Meaning Of The Chinese Phrase Wo Hen Hao, Xie Xie Ni De Guan Xin, Ni Ne?


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Lynn Blakeman answered

The English translation of Wo Hen Hao, Xie Xie Ni De Guan Xin, Ni Ne is  I'm very well, thank you for your concern, and how about you?

I can understand that you had a problem finding the translation for this because when I put it into the translator it didn't understand! I don't know why, maybe it was expecting Chinese symbols.

  • Wo Hen Hao  我很好 meaning "I'm very well" This is used in Mandarin. In Cantonese, you can apparently just say 'Ho ho' (but maybe not at Christmas!
  • Xie Xie Ni De Guan Xin 谢谢你的关心  meaning "thank you for your concern"
  • Ni Ne 你呢 meaning "and how about you?"

Or you could use Ni hao ma = 你好吗?meaning "How are you?"

The Chinese language fascinates me, I would love to learn to speak it but those symbols are just too confusing for me unfortunately. Anyway, I hope I have helped.

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