What grade are you now in Chinese?

How do you answer what grade you are in Chinese?

你上几年级? what grade are you in? (nǐ shàng jǐ niánjí?)

What is student called in Chinese?

(at university) 大学(學)生 (dàxuéshēng) (名, míng)

How do you say college year in Chinese?

How to share what year you are in college in Chinese. Besides your major, you may also be asked your year in college. To ask what year you are in college you would say 你大学几年级了?(nǐ dà xué jǐ nián jí le?)

What grade are you currently in?

International Students

Student Age (as of September 1, 2021) American Grade Equivalent
16 years old Grade 11
15 years old Grade 10
14 years old Grade 9
13 years old Grade 8

What are the grade levels in China?

Education System in China

Primary Primary School 6–12
Secondary Junior (Lower) Secondary School 12–15
Secondary Senior (Upper) Secondary School 15–18
Post-secondary Short Cycle (Zhuanke) 18–20
Tertiary Bachelor’s Degrees 18–22

How old is Chinese?

An old missionary student of China once remarked that Chinese history is “remote, monotonous, obscure, and-worst of all-there is too much of it.” China has the longest continuous history of any country in the world—3,500 years of written history. And even 3,500 years ago China’s civilization was old!

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What is your name in Chinese?

In Chinese, as we heard in this lesson’s dialogue, one way of asking a person their name is: 你叫什么名字? Nǐ jiào shénme míngzì? “What is your name” (literally: “You called what name?”)

What is high school in Mandarin?

高中 is often translated to high school. If a school offers both levels of education, it’s often called just a high school (e.g. Beijing No. 4 High School).

How do you say freshman in Chinese?

freshman {noun}

  1. (大学)新生 [( dà xué ) xīn shēnɡ] {noun} freshman.
  2. 大学一年级学生 [dà xué yì nián jí xué shenɡ] {noun} freshman.
  3. 新手 [xīnshǒu] {noun} freshman (also: recruit, novice, cub, colt, rookie, tiro, neophyte, freshener, tyro, green hand)
  4. 新生 [xīnshēng] {noun} …
  5. 大一 [dà yī] {noun}

What is course in Mandarin?

Other than telling people shì de是的 or duì对, be more confident and say dāng rán当然: of course! As an adverb modifying verbs, it works the same as “of course” in English. For example: zuò zài nǐ páng biān de nán shēng shì nǐ nán péng you ?