Do you know how to say I am sick in Chinese?
Or you want to wish someone to get well soon in Chinese. Don’t worry, today we’ll teach you guys how to express yourself when you don’t feel well or when your friends aren’t in their best shape. Also, there are some phrases that you might need to be careful when saying it. Heading to China soon and need some tips about some Chinese phrases?
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|Are you ok?|
|Nǐ hái hǎo ma?|
|You don’t look so well.|
|Nǐ kàn qǐlái bu tài hǎo|
|Did you catch a cold?|
|Nǐ shì bùshì gǎnmàole?|
|I don’t feel well.|
|Wǒ yǒudiǎn bú shūfú|
Symptoms and Illness in Chinese Vocabs
|Headache/ Dizzy||头痛/ 头晕||tóutòng/ tóuyūn|
|Sore throat||喉咙痛||hóulóng tòng|
|Vomiting/ nauseating||吐/ 感到恶心||tǔ/ gǎndào ěxīn|
|Running nose||流鼻涕/流鼻水||liú bítì/liú bíshuǐ|
|___ hurts||__ 痛||__ tòng|
|Catch a cold/ flu||感冒/ 流感||gǎnmào/ liúgǎn|
Get well soon Phrases
|Hope you’ll get well soon|
|Zhù nǐ ǎorì kāngfù|
|Remember to rest more and drink more water.|
|Jìdé yào duō xiūxí ránhòu duō hē shuǐ|
Here are some phrases that might need to be careful when using it.
|What the hell is wrong with you? → Are you sick?|
|你有病吗? → 你生病了吗?/ 你病了吗?|
|Nǐ yǒu bìng ma? → Nǐ shēngbìngle ma?/ Nǐ bìngle ma?|
For people in Asia, it’s common to wear surgical masks when you’re sick. As a matter of fact, some might wear it when they’re biking or riding a motorbike. Others wear it as a fashion style or just to cover their pimples. However, in western culture, only people with severe sickness will wear a surgical mask…