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们 men (= suffix) and the Plural of Personal Pronouns
Exercise
您 nín (= you): Formal Address
Exercise

您 nín (= you): Formal Address

 

The formal address is used when someone asks politely someones name. In Chinese, the family name is mentioned first and the given name second.

 

Normal Form

 

jiàoshénmemíng_
youcallwhat?suffixnamecharacter_
youto be called, ask, callwhat?, what kind of?, anyname
What is your name?
Listen:
jiàowángyuèwén_
Icallkingmoonlanguage_
I, me, myto be called, ask, callkingmoon, monthlanguage, culture, literary, tattoo, unit of ancient Chinese coin
I am called Wang (family name) Yuewen (given name).
Listen:

Formal Address

 

nínguìxìng_
youvaluablefamily name_
yourespectful: honorable family name
What is your family name?
Listen:
xìngwáng_
Ifamily nameking_
I, me, myfamily nameking
My name is Wang.
Listen: