Manners – xiè xie – duì bù qǐ Language Mentor | 09/06/2014 | Level One, Starting out | 8 Comments Chinese Level One – Lesson 6 Manners (lǐmào 礼貌) xiè xie – bù kè qì : Listen and repeat… duì bù qǐ (I am sorry) – – méi guān xi (It’s Ok – I’m fine) : Listen and repeat… Download a pdf of Tj’s Chinese Level One – Lesson 6 & 7 Tags:easy, fun, games, kids, Learning chinese Related Posts You, me, I – Introductions No Comments | May 9, 2014 Your favourite sport No Comments | Aug 10, 2014 Number nine No Comments | May 4, 2014 Number seven No Comments | May 4, 2014 8 Comments Ally 01/06/2014 Reply How do you say manners because I was away on a family trip to portland Tianjing Zeng 02/06/2014 Reply Hi, Ally Manners in Chinese is lǐmào 礼貌. Did you go by The great Ocean Road? Ally 03/06/2014 Reply How do you say cooper because that is my puppy dogs name Tianjing Zeng 09/06/2014 Reply I think name “Kùpò 库珀” sounds nice for your puppy. ally 11/06/2014 Reply hi tj what is your most favourite country Tianjing Zeng 23/06/2014 Reply Hi, Ally My favourite country is Australia. dakota 27/06/2014 Reply hi TJ your site is awesome how do you say crackers in chinese Tianjing Zeng 28/06/2014 Reply Hi, Dakota, Thank you very much! To say Crackers in Chinese is BianPao. Add a Comment Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment:*Name:* Email Address:* Website: Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.