Li Bai Quotes (Author of The Selected Poems)
List of 148 well-known Chengyu (or idiomatic expressions)
The proliferation of pager, chat rooms, instant messaging, and phone text messaging has created a whole new set of acronyms and codes designed to minimize the amount of typing. Telephone and pagers, lacking a full keyboard required more inventive approaches such as using for "hello" read upside down or "10" for "you are perfect" as in a perfect Modern communications technologies, especially the cell phones, are if anything, more popular in Asia than in the West. So what do the Chinese use for codes? The Chinese language, not being alphabetic, does not lend itself to the use of acronyms. However, a few acronyms based on pinyin spellings do exist.
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There are lots of Chengyu in the Chinese language and they get used quite a bit. When a foreigner manages to master the Chengyu — along with idiomatic expressions — both in written and spoken language, it means they have reached a very high level in the Chinese language. So below you will find a list of Chengyu and idiomatic phrases that are among the most used in modern China:. Start Here! So below you will find a list of Chengyu and idiomatic phrases that are among the most used in modern China: 1. Chengyus are idioms that consist of only 4 Chinese characters. The Chengyus mainly come from ancient literature, where a myth, historical fact, or story can be summarized in a very compact and efficient way.
Easy peasy. It wasn't until I spent a great deal of time in my friends' American families that I realized how infrequent our usage was in comparison. So, why do Chinese people have such an aversion to saying these words? For a country that is known for being direct, it seems strange that they would shy away from this sort of expression. Similarly, a psychology study on 18 college students in Beijing found that Chinese people may exercise more restraint when dealing with romantic feelings. An fMRI study revealed that Chinese people may have a conditioned response to romance based on years of tradition. Here are some phrases that are used to confess to someone.
This is especially true for the Older Asian generations. Have you? They get nervous in front of the girl or boy they like. Some just have no clue at all what to say. They are lost for words when they stand in front of the person they like or love.