How do you cheer someone up in Chinese?

How do you cheer someone up in Chinese?

When you want to encourage people, you can say something like this: Jiāyóu, nǐ yídìng néng kǎoshang dàxué! 加油, 你 一定 能 考上 大学! Cheer up!

How do you say encouragement in Chinese?

Expressions of Encouragement in Chinese

  • 加油! jiāyóu – Come on!
  • 你行的! nǐ xíng de – You can do it!
  • 相信你自己! xiāngxìn nǐ zìjǐ – Believe in yourself!
  • 不要放弃! bù yào fàng qì – Don’t give up!
  • 不要灰心! bùyào huīxīn – Don’t lose heart!
  • 慢慢来! màn man lái – Take your time!
  • 你可以的! nǐ kěyǐ de – You can do it!
  • 我相信你可以的!

How do you console someone in Mandarin?

Comforting someone would probably involve phrases like “别太伤心了” (“Don’t be too sad”), “别想太多了” (“Don’t think about it too much”), etc. /u/slowmoon’s suggestion of using “太糟糕了” (“That’s awful!”) to express sympathy is pretty spot-on as well. 太糟糕了 works.

What can you not do during Chinese mourning?

► Avoid wearing bright and colorful clothing, as such hues may symbolize moods, contrary to the one of mourning. Do not wear red; in China, it is associated with happiness. ► You can dress up in white clothes, but make sure that they are absolutely plain, with no designs at all.

How do you reply to condolences in Chinese?

节哀顺变is the most commonly used Chinese idiom to express condolences. Literally, it means that you should restrain your sadness and adjust to the change. Also, you could say: 希望你坚强一点儿。 Hope that you will be strong.

What does it mean to say my deepest condolences?

When you offer or express your condolences to someone, you express your sympathy for them because one of their friends or relatives has died recently.

What can I say instead of stay strong?

Alternatives to Saying ‘Stay Strong’ After a Death

  • I’m so sorry for your loss. I’m here for you.
  • I can’t imagine how you feel right now.
  • This is a hard time.
  • It’s okay to take your time.
  • I know how much you loved them.
  • I wish I had the right words.
  • Your strength is inspiring.
  • This doesn’t define you.