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How to write this in Chinese Pinyin?

How to write this in Chinese Pinyin? Topic: How to write letter s in chinese
June 17, 2019 / By Allastir
Question: I want to type something that sounds like ch and the first two letters of "eugh". Cheu is not right.
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Tawnie Tawnie | 8 days ago
I'm not sure what "eugh" sounds like. If it's like "ugh" in American English, then perhaps you mean "che" (as in "car"), If "eugh" is more like the "oo" in "soon", then perhaps "chu" ("go out") or even "qu" ("go").
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Tawnie Originally Answered: In written Chinese, is traditional Chinese grammar different than simplified?
Generally, no. There might be a different way of saying things here and there (which you'll just have to pick up when you buy learning materials for both), but no huge grammatical differences. The difference only shows up on the page.
Tawnie Originally Answered: In written Chinese, is traditional Chinese grammar different than simplified?
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Tawnie Originally Answered: HELP! Chinese?
ooo, i'm chinese, wait, you want mandarin right?it's hard writing the pronounciation because there are no exact english words/letters/you know... (and btw these are just one way of saying it) okay: 1. (Ting-nee-deng-yi-deng) 2. (nee-lei-boo-lei) 3. (nee-ugh-boo-ugh) 4.? there really is no cheer up except for be happy 5. ba ba 6.(woi-I-nee) 7.ma ma 8. shu-wear see-ow (say fast) 9. different ways/too many 10. wan-ann 11.nee-hao-boo-hao sorry that 's all i have time for!
Tawnie Originally Answered: HELP! Chinese?
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Please Wai ----ching deng E deng (use english pronunciation) ching = Please deng =Wait Are you tired?---- nee(you) lay(tired) ma ? Are you hungry?---- nee(you) er (hungry ) ma ? Cheer up ---- gun bay father ---- foo chin (aslo baba) I love you ---- wo I nee mother ---- moo chin (aslo mama) school ---- sh..oo..er shao Good Day ---- zao an Good night ---- wan an How are you? ----- nee how ma? I don't speak English ---- woo boo shoo yingyu See you tomorrow ------ ming tian jian Sorry ----- dui boo chi What's your name? -------- nee jiao shen me ming zee

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