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Research shows that healthy relationships can help you live longer, deal with stress, be healthier, and even feels richer! Moreover, relationships play a really important part in our day to day life. Just think about it, no matter it is between you and your friends, your family, or your other half, the bonding and the connection is undeniable. By the way, interested in “How to Flirt with A Girl/ Boy in Chinese”, click here to learn some useful phrases. However, today we’ll look into more about relationships and marriage as a Chinese language learning.
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Phrases for relationship and marriage
Heads up, some people might not feel comfortable talking about relationships if they don’t know you well.
|Do you have a boyfriend/ girlfriend?
|Nǐ yǒu nán péngyǒu/nǚ péngyǒu ma?
|Yes/ No, I’m single
|Yǒu/ méiyǒu, wǒ dānshēn
|Have you ever been in love?
|Nǐ yǒu méiyǒu tánguò liàn’ài?
|Yes/ No, I don’t.
|Are you falling in love?
|Nǐ liàn’àile ma?
|Yes/ No, not yet.
|Duì/ hái méiyǒu
|How long have you guys been together?
|Nǐmen zài yīqǐ duōjiǔle?
|We’ve been together for 3 years.
|Wǒmen yǐjīng zài yīqǐ 3 niánle
|Is it true that you’re going out with Frank?
|Nǐ zhēn de hé fúlánkè zài yīqǐ ma?
Breakups are always hard but in the meantime, we learn more about love and how to love.
|He broke up with me yesterday.
|Tā zuótiān hé wǒ fēnshǒule.
|Why did Jack and Rose break up?
|Wèishéme jiékè hé luósī fēnshǒule?
|I’ve heard that Jack falls in love with another girl, but I’m not sure if it’s the reason why.
|Wǒ tīng shuō shì jiékè ài shàngle lìng yīgè nǚhái, dàn wǒ bù què dìng nà shìfǒu jiùshì yuányīn
|Are you ok? Do you want to talk about it?
|Nǐ hái hǎo ma? Nǐ xiǎng tán tán ma?
|I’m ok. I just need some time alone, thanks, though.
|Wǒ méishì, zhǐ xūyào yīxiē shíjiān jìng jìng, xièxiè nǐ
A relationship that turns into marriage starts from proposing 求婚(qiú hūn). Then, engagement 订婚（dìng hūn) plans before getting married 结婚（jié hūn). Finally, it’s the big day, the wedding day 婚礼(hūn lǐ). Above all, even though divorce 离婚(líhūn) is the last thing we want in a marriage, still it’s a part it.
|Are you married or single?
|Nǐ jiéhūnle háishì dānshēn?
|I planned on proposing to her on our trip to Hawaii.
|Wǒ jìhuà zài wǒmen qù xiàwēiyí lǚxíng shí xiàng tā qiúhūn.
|Would you marry me?
|Nǐ yuànyì jià gěi wǒ ma?
|They got engaged a month ago.
|Tāmen yīgè yuè qián jiù dìnghūnle.
|Martin and Tiffany went on their honeymoon in Europe.
|Mǎdīng hé dìfúní zài ōuzhōu dù mìyuè
|How long have you been married?
|Nǐmen jiéhūn duōjiǔle?
|We’ve been married for 15 years.
|Wǒmen yǐjīng jiéhūnle 15 niánle
|My wife died a year ago.
|Wǒ de qīzi yī nián qián qùshìle
Hope these phrases are useful for you to strike up a new conversation with a friend or even a stranger!
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