Project 你好 (Nǐ hǎo) Meeting someone for the first time: Ana Nunez Molina
Updated: 11/25/2020
Project  你好 (Nǐ hǎo) Meeting someone for the first time: Ana Nunez Molina

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  • Greeting Nicaraguan Culture
  • Maria: Hola! Mi nombre es Maria, y el tuyo?Paula: Hola, como estas, my nombre es Paula.
  • Informal Greetings In Nicarguan Culture
  • Luis: Hola! Como estas?Luca: Yo estoy bien, y tu?Luis: Yo estoy bien tambien.
  • Formal Greetings In Nicarguan Culture
  • Sofia: Hola senor, come ha estado usted?Jesus: Yo e estado bien, y tu Sofia?Sofia: Gracias por preguntar,yo estado bien.
  • When greeting someone in Nicaragua, you have to start by saying "Hola" which means "hello" and then ask "que es tu nombre" which means what is your name or you could start it off by saying "mi nombre es" which means my name is instead but when asking "how about yours?", you will have to say "y el tuyo?".
  • Greetings In The Chinese Culture
  • Wu: 你好,我叫吴,你呢?Chen Xiao: 您好,我叫陈晓。
  • In Nicaragua, you can only use informal greetings with your friends if you don't want to be considered rude. When first greeting your friend you would say "Hola como estas?" or "Hey how are you" this shows how you are close you are but you are being respectful to your friends in a friendly manner by asking how they are.
  • Informal Greetings In Chinese Culture
  • JinAe: 嘿!你好吗?Minho: 我一直很好。
  • To formally greet someone in Nicaragua, you would say "Hola, come ha estado usted?" or "Hey, how have you been" but you are making it sound respectful since you acknowledge how that person is older than you, or has a higher rank or position than you.
  • Formal Greetings In Chinses Culture
  • Lee: 您好,今天过得怎么样?Hao: 我今天过得很好,谢谢你问李。
  • When greeting someone in China, you have to start by saying "你好!我叫吴,你呢" or "Nǐ hǎo! Wǒ jiào wú, nǐ ne?" which means "Hello, my name is wu, how about yours?". You are basically saying "hello!" first and then introducing yourself and asking for the other persons name.
  • In China, you can use informal greetings with your friends if you don't want to be rude. When first greeting your friend you would say "嘿!你近来怎样?" or "Hēi! Nǐ jìnlái zěnyàng?" which means "Hey! How have you been?" which shows how you are close you are but you are being respectful to your friends in a friendly manner by asking how they are.
  • To formally greet someone in China, you would say "您好,今天过得怎么样?" or "Hello, how has your day been" but you are making it sound respectful since you use "好(Nín hǎo)" to acknowledge how that person is older than you, or has a higher rank or position than you.
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