Chinese in a sentence

But the experienced Chinese drew abreast at 16 -16.

They also expressed concern over the possibility of absconding Chinese tourists.

He studies Chinese.

My wife is Chinese.

My Chinese did not pass.

He is fluent in Chinese.

That was all Chinese to me.

He speaks Chinese very well.

Are they Japanese or Chinese?

May I be excused from Chinese?

She is progressing in Chinese.

He can speak Chinese a little.

Can you count to ten in Chinese?

He asked if I like Chinese food.

He asked if I liked Chinese food.

Paper was invented by the Chinese.

The Chinese are a friendly people.

They regaled me on a Chinese banquet.

I’ve never eaten Chinese food before.

It is difficult to speak Chinese well.

The Chinese are a hard working people.

She cooked us Chinese dishes last night.

Can you speak either Chinese or Russian?

I can speak Chinese, but I can’t read it.

She was fascinated by that Chinese dress.

The Chinese are a hardworking people.

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What do Chinese people have for breakfast?

The mayor of our city is of Chinese origin.

Can you tell a Chinese person from Japanese?

He is no more able to read Chinese than I am.

They are the only students who study Chinese.

He wrote the Chinese poem in bold strokes.

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Chinese food is no less delicious than French.

Chinese food is no less nice than French food is.

In cooking we cannot hold a candle to the Chinese.

The Japanese have a lot in common with the Chinese.

She gains an advantage over me in speaking Chinese.

A Chinese proverb advises, “Use power to curb power.


I marveled at seeing the Chinese people burning coal.

I don’t have the feeling for Chinese music in my body.

A Chinese proverb notes, “Slow in word, swift in deed.


There are more than 40,000 characters in Chinese script.

A Chinese proverb advises, “If you bow at all, bow low.


Grandmother believes that Chinese medicines are the best.

Are the Chinese GDP figures a case of the boy crying wolf?

A Chinese proverb notes that a big tree attracts the wind.

Compared with the Chinese, the Japanese are poor linguists.

Rhyme and meter form the essential rules of Chinese poetry.

I wish I’d kept up my Chinese.

I need it for my job.

A Chinese proverb notes that flowing water never gets dirty.

She is second to none when it comes to cooking Chinese food.

Strictly speaking, Chinese consists of hundreds of dialects.

Some of the oldest Chinese chopsticks date from B.

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A Chinese proverb notes that courtesy never offended anybody.

My wife and I like to go out for Chinese food once in a while.

Tsing-Tao is a Chinese beer made using German brewing methods.

My husband is an expert when it comes to cooking Chinese food.

Don Mee’s Restaurant is famous for its Chinese dim sum lunches.

A Chinese proverb observes that flowing water never gets dirty.

This Chinese character is made using three strokes of the brush.

The Chinese migrants came to this country to seek a better life.

Daisuke drew the Chinese character with confident, fluid strokes.

She makes a delicious Chinese chicken dish using black bean sauce.

Their conversation being in Chinese, I did not understand one word.

A Chinese proverb holds that weaklings never forgive their enemies.

The Chinese New Year is determined by the lunar calendar.

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His knowledge of Chinese enables us to carry out our plan smoothly.

It is not always easy to distinguish the Japanese from the Chinese.

A Chinese proverb advises, count not what is lost but what is left.

A Chinese proverb warns that excessive courtesy must contain deceit.

In Taiwan, some Western customs have mixed with the Chinese culture.

The first fifteen days of the Chinese New Year are spent celebrating.

A Chinese proverb tells us, “Deviate an inch, lose a thousand miles.


In Taiwan, some Western customs have merged with the Chinese culture.

His knowledge of Chinese enabled us to carry out our plan smoothly.

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A Chinese proverb advises, “Take a second look, it costs you nothing.


A Chinese proverb advises, “Smack the maid and frighten her mistress.


A Chinese proverb remarks that a tiger cannot beat a crowd of monkeys.

There is a Chinese proverb which states that the journey is the reward.

A Chinese proverb notes that a single beam cannot support a great house.

Under Confucian ideals, Chinese society was divided into a class system.

A Chinese proverb notes that poverty and ugliness are difficult to hide.

She hasn’t used her Chinese in a couple of years, so it’s getting rusty.

A Chinese proverb notes that riches add to the house, virtues to the man.

A Chinese proverb observes that the contented person can never be ruined.

A Chinese proverb notes that he who stands still in the mud sticks in it.

A Chinese proverb notes that a dog shows affection even to a poor family.

A Chinese proverb claims that it is easier to govern a country than a son.

A Chinese proverb observes that a cloth is not woven from a single thread.

Ancient Chinese astronomers first observed sunspots about 2,000 years ago.

A Chinese proverb reminds us that fortune and flowers do not last forever.

A Chinese proverb warns that the flesh of the weak is eaten by the strong.

Western medicine could learn a lot from traditional Chinese folk medicine.

Without Chinese influences, Japanese culture would not be what it is today.

A Chinese proverb notes that the biggest profits require the biggest risks.

Chinatown in San Francisco is the largest Chinese community outside of Asia.

The Chinese character for “trouble” depicts two women living under one roof.

A Chinese proverb suggests that an angry fist will not strike a smiling face.

Their conversation being in Chinese, I was not able to understand them at all.

The Chinese used lions on hunting expeditions during the reign of Kublai Khan.

A Chinese proverb notes that it is easy to know men’s faces, not their hearts.

A Chinese proverb states that a day of grief lasts longer than a month of joy.

There is a Chinese proverb which states, “Always take an emergency leisurely.


The two largest minorities in the country are first French, and second Chinese.

A Chinese proverb remarks that in every family’s cooking pot is one black spot.

At the age of 16, the great Chinese philosopher Confucius was a corn inspector.

A Chinese proverb tells us that every book must be chewed to get out its juice.

There is a Chinese proverb which states that one joy scatters a hundred griefs.

A Chinese proverb notes that a bar of iron continually ground becomes a needle.

A Chinese proverb observes that when the heart is at ease, the body is healthy.

There is a Chinese proverb which states that one bamboo does not make a forest.

There is a Chinese proverb which observes that one joy scatters a hundred griefs.

A Chinese proverb observes that fuel is not sold in a forest, nor fish on a lake.

A Chinese proverb states that gentlemen fight with their mouths, not their fists.

A Chinese proverb notes that an overturned cart is a warning to oncoming drivers.

Chinese cooking is perhaps the most famous aspect of Chinese culture in the world.

A Chinese proverb suggests that the ties between gentle folk are as pure as water.

There is a Chinese proverb which states, never write a letter while you are angry.

An encyclopedia of the Chinese Ming dynasty had 22,937 chapters in 10,000 volumes.

A Chinese proverb suggests that talking without thinking is shooting without aiming.

U.S. warplanes bombed the Chinese Embassy in Yugoslavia in May 1999.

Political education has always been a standard feature of the Chinese school system.

Our Prime Minister is scheduled to meet with the Chinese Prime Minister tomorrow.

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During the Chinese New Year, gifts bring special symbolic wishes for the coming year.

There is a Chinese proverb which observes that the human heart is difficult to gauge.

A Chinese proverb notes that the swiftest horse cannot overtake the word once spoken.

In my class I noticed a girl student who was particularly intent on studying Chinese.

A Chinese proverb notes that he who covers up his mistakes intends to make some more.

A Chinese proverb notes that when a man is crazy about a woman, only she can cure him.

There is a Chinese proverb which observes, “Heart that is rotten – breath that smells.


Inequities of wealth and power were inherent features of the traditional Chinese state.

Tai chi, a traditional Chinese martial art, has been described as meditation in motion.

A Chinese proverb notes that being in the right does not depend on having a loud voice.

A Chinese proverb observes that knowledge that is not replenished diminishes every day.

A Chinese proverb notes that if you don’t scale the mountain, you can’t view the plain.

A Chinese proverb advises, “Deal with the faults of others as gently as with your own.


There is a Chinese proverb which notes that a single beam cannot support a great house.

A Chinese proverb observes that the swiftest horse cannot overtake the word once spoken.

A Chinese proverb states, “Great business is good, to sit and sip this glass is better.


I believe that Chinese speakers are the second largest ethnic minority in this province.

I can’t differentiate between the Chinese and Japanese language when I hear them spoken.

In Chinese culture, food is divided into three basic categories: yin, yang, and neutral.

The Chinese custom of binding feet to make them smaller ceased in the twentieth century.

A Chinese proverb tells us, “Forget the favors you have given, remember those received.


Whereas Chinese chopsticks are blunt at the eating end, Japanese chopsticks are pointed.

There is a Chinese proverb which states that habits are cobwebs at first, cables at last.

A Chinese proverb notes that anger is always more harmful than the insult that caused it.

It also has a strong flavour, and adds depth to Chinese food such as soups and stirfries.

When Sun Yat-Sen, founder of the Chinese Republic, died in 1924, the country was in ruins.

The Chinese philosopher Confucius once observed that cautious people seldom make mistakes.

During a meal in Chinese culture, bones are usually placed on the table beside your plate.

A Chinese proverb observes that if you don’t scale the mountain, you can’t view the plain.

A Chinese proverb notes that learning is a treasure that will follow its owner everywhere.

There is a Chinese proverb which states that three glasses of wine end a hundred quarrels.

A Chinese proverb tells us that a great fortune depends on luck, a small one on diligence.

A Chinese proverb suggests that an accidental meeting is more pleasant than a planned one.

The new Chinese President is a reformer who is determined to stop corruption in government.

A Chinese proverb suggests that it is easy to believe in heaven’s law, but so hard to keep.

A Chinese proverb suggests that he who cannot agree with his enemies is controlled by them.

A Chinese proverb notes that to know how to do it is simple, the difficulty is in doing it.

A Chinese proverb tells us that the first favor is a favor, but the second is an obligation.

A Chinese proverb tells us that respect for one’s parents is the highest duty of civil life.

A Chinese proverb suggests that water and words are easy to pour, but impossible to recover.

A Chinese proverb holds that the wise man forgets insults as the ungrateful forget benefits.

The Chinese philosopher Confucius once said, “Forget injuries, but never forget kindnesses.


A Chinese proverb notes that the wise man forgets insults as the ungrateful forget benefits.

There is a Chinese proverb which states that the delicacy of the feast is the learned guest.

A Chinese proverb suggests that he who opens his heart for ambition, closes it for the rest.

Chinese food was served in small portions which did not require cutting with a knife or fork.

There is a Chinese proverb which holds that a clear conscience never fears midnight knocking.

A Chinese proverb holds that great blessings come from heaven, small blessings come from man.

There is a Chinese proverb which observes that he who is narrow-minded cannot be big-hearted.

There is a Chinese proverb which observes that the palest ink is better than the best memory.

The Chinese are said to be enthusiastic applauders, and may greet guests with group clapping.

A Chinese proverb observes that an old friend met in a far country is like rain after drought.

A Chinese proverb advises, “Choose your lodging before dark and leave before the morning dew.


There is a Chinese proverb which observes that those who have free seats at a play hiss first.

In Chinese cooking, it is important to maintain the proper balance between yin and yang foods.

A Chinese proverb notes that one cannot bind a couple together and make them husband and wife.

When it comes to Chinese books that are overvalued worldwide I suppose it’s Sun Tzu, isn’t it?

There is a Chinese proverb that observes that he who steps aside for someone broadens the way.

This classic Chinese green tea is unfermented, and is naturally scented with Jasmine blossoMs.
A Chinese Proverb reminds us that no matter how tall the mountain, it cannot block out the sun.

Chinese sage Lao-Tzu observed that a journey of a thousand miles must begin with a single step.

There is a Chinese proverb which states that the house with an old grandparent harbors a jewel.

A Chinese proverb states that there are two perfectly good men, one dead, and the other unborn.

In Southeast Asia, tigers are slaughtered for their bones, which are used in Chinese medicines.

A Chinese proverb notes that when the boat reaches mid-stream, it is too late to stop the leak.

A Chinese proverb notes that the main road is an easy way, but everyone loves the side streets.

A recent study suggested that by 2040 the Chinese economy will overtake that of the U.S.
There is a Chinese proverb which states that he who is sure of his victory will not start a war.

In tonal languages such as Chinese, pitch helps to distinguish words and grammatical categories.

A Chinese proverb notes, “The Yangtse River never runs backwards, man recaptures not his youth.


On Chinese New Year’s Eve, children are given red money bags, so they will prosper and be happy.

A Chinese proverb tells us that women are as beautiful as flowers when they are forty years old.

Studies suggest that Chinese babies cry less, and are more easily consoled than American babies.

The tiles used in the Chinese game of mah-jongg are engraved with Chinese symbols and characters.

A Chinese proverb notes that to break the law is the same crime in the Emperor as in the subject.