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How do you say “hola” in Chinese? The following below is the expression Chinese people use. This lesson is going to teach you basic Chinese words and some practical sentences for daily use. Let’s learn them together!
你 (nǐ) The third tone, and it means you.
好 (hǎo) The third tone, and means good; fine; nice.
Notice: When two third-tone syllables are read in sequence, the first syllable turns into the second tone, i.e., the 3+3 sequence becomes a 2+3 one. For example, “ nǐ（你）” + “ hǎo （好）” is read “ ní hǎo”. However, when put in written form, the original tone is kept.
“你好 (Nǐ hǎo) Hello.” This is the most commonly used way of saying “hello” in Chinese. If it’s a little more formal for the people who are higher than you in status, you can use “您 (nín) ” instead of “你 (nǐ)”, saying “您好 (nín hǎo)” for your boss, professors, teachers or clients.
This is just a literal translation from the English “hi”, Chinese people created this character for “hi”, and this character is only for this meaning, this is a very casual one.
When you want to say “hola” to someone in Chinese, you can say “嗨 (hài)”, this is just like “hi” in English.
How do you say “hola” in Chinese? – That’s all for this lesson with the “How do You Say” Series! Don’t forget to use it in daily life!
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