Living in China, there are some words we pick up pretty quickly, such as "thank you".
We all know 谢谢 xièxiè, but how else can you say thank you in Chinese?
Here are five other ways to express your gratitude:
Thank you very much.
Boss: I'm recommending you for a promotion. You deserve it!
I appreciate your hard work.
This is the way to thank someone for all of their effort, especially if they are going above and beyond the call of duty.
Ràng nǐ fèixīnle
You shouldn't have!
Literally translated “I made you spend your heart”, this means of thanks is often employed when someone has gone out of their way or put themselves out for you.
5. 哪里, 哪里
Oh, it's nothing
This is the way to politely say “thank you” to a compliment. The literal meaning is “Where? Where?” as if you cannot see your own merit.
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