4 Ways to Say 'You're Funny' in Chinese

By That's, January 12, 2021

0 0

Mandarin Mumbles is a monthly column that takes a quick look at different topics of one of the world’s most difficult languages to learn.

Sometimes when your friends make you laugh you want to compliment them because you’re a human being with feelings. In case you find yourself in a cackling fit, here are a few different ways to say ‘you’re funny’ on a more personal level: 

你真逗
Nǐ zhēn dòu

你真搞笑
Nǐ hěn gǎoxiào

你真有趣
Nǐ zhēn yǒuqù

你很有意思
Nǐ hěn yǒu yìsi

To learn more fun phrases from the AOE ChinEase team, scan the QR code:

image.png

For more Mandarin Mumbles click here.

[Cover image via Unsplash]

more news

This Chinese City Saves the Most Money

Chinese households are known to be big-time savers compared to the global average.

New 'China Untold' Episode Explores the Myth of WWII's Missing Chinese Soldiers

While MH370 may be the first China-related mass disappearance to come to mind, it might not be the earliest – or biggest.

4 Alternative Chinese Phrases to Use Instead of 'Mamahuhu'

Here are some phrases that will help you sound a bit more natural next time someone asks about your day.

New COVID-19 Cases Reported Across Chinese Mainland

In recent days, cases have been reported in Shanghai, Tianjin, Anhui and Yunnan.

Chinese Internet Reacts to 2020 US Presidential Election

The election has been heavily trending on Chinese social media this weekend.

Singapore Lifts Quarantine Restrictions on Visitors from Chinese Mainland

More countries are loosening restrictions on visitors from China.

Hong Kong Exempts Quarantine for Residents on the Chinese Mainland

Hong Kong residents on the mainland may freely travel back to Hong Kong starting next month.

0 User Comments

In Case You Missed It…

We're on WeChat!

Scan our QR Code at right or follow us at ThatsTianjin for events, guides, giveaways and much more!

7 Days in Tianjin With thatsmags.com

Weekly updates to your email inbox every Wednesday

Subscribe

Download previous issues

Never miss an issue of That's Tianjin!

Visit the archives