7 Min.

Mother Tongue: Cantonese Mother Tongue with Sirine

    • Kinder und Familie

Learn Cantonese in our kids podcast Mother Tongue! 

Nei hou means hello in Cantonese. In this episode Sirine is joined by Angel who grew up in Hong Kong. She shares a fun song and talks about a very yummy snack! Ho mei! 

This is a Kinderling Kids Radio podcast. If you love what you hear then please subscribe, rate and leave a lovely review! It really helps :)

Here are the Cantonese words you'll learn in this episode:

Lei Ho 你好 - Hello
Yi Wu二胡 - A string instrument also known as a Chinese Violin
Gung Fu功夫 - Kung Fu (a form of Martial Arts)
Gao Zi 餃子 - Chinese dumplings of various types
Ho Mei 好味 - Very good (and you say it when you eat something yummy)
Joi Gin 再見 - See you again (Bye)

SONG:  

Yao-Zak-Che-Chay-Dee-Lokshui
Dee-Lokshui
Dee-Lokshui
Yao-Zak-Che-Chay-Dee-Lokshui
Bai shui ching ho 

Yao-Zak-Che-Chay-Dee-Lokshui
Dee-Lokshui

 Dee-Lokshui
Yao-Zak-Che-Chay-Dee-Lokshui
Bai shui ching ho

Translation:

Yao-Zak-Che-Chay-Dee-Lokshui means A Bird Falling Into Water.

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Learn Cantonese in our kids podcast Mother Tongue! 

Nei hou means hello in Cantonese. In this episode Sirine is joined by Angel who grew up in Hong Kong. She shares a fun song and talks about a very yummy snack! Ho mei! 

This is a Kinderling Kids Radio podcast. If you love what you hear then please subscribe, rate and leave a lovely review! It really helps :)

Here are the Cantonese words you'll learn in this episode:

Lei Ho 你好 - Hello
Yi Wu二胡 - A string instrument also known as a Chinese Violin
Gung Fu功夫 - Kung Fu (a form of Martial Arts)
Gao Zi 餃子 - Chinese dumplings of various types
Ho Mei 好味 - Very good (and you say it when you eat something yummy)
Joi Gin 再見 - See you again (Bye)

SONG:  

Yao-Zak-Che-Chay-Dee-Lokshui
Dee-Lokshui
Dee-Lokshui
Yao-Zak-Che-Chay-Dee-Lokshui
Bai shui ching ho 

Yao-Zak-Che-Chay-Dee-Lokshui
Dee-Lokshui

 Dee-Lokshui
Yao-Zak-Che-Chay-Dee-Lokshui
Bai shui ching ho

Translation:

Yao-Zak-Che-Chay-Dee-Lokshui means A Bird Falling Into Water.

See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

7 Min.

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