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How do you say “No” in Chinese? Let’s learn it together.
Here are three ways to express NO in Chinese naturally and properly.
Bù xíng. /Bù kě yǐ.
No, (you) can’t.
“不行 (Bù xíng)” and “不可以 (Bù kě yǐ)” are kind of a very clear and direct way to say “No”.
I don’t want to.
This phrase is usually used by children or young girls. It sounds a little like a spoiled child.
Nǐ wèi shén me bù/Nǐ zěn me bù
Why don’t you…?
When one asks you to do something which he or she doesn’t want to do, you can use a rhetorical question to refuse.
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