- May I know your surname?
- My surname is Wang.
- May I ask your name?
- I am Zhang Li.
- Are you Mr. Chen?
- You can all me Mike.
- You got the wrong person.
- Let me introduce (sb. to sb.)
- This is my friend Sun Xiao long.
- Nice to meet you.
- This is my business card.
- 1. nín guì xìng ?
- 2. wǒ xìng wáng .
- 3. nǐ jiào shén me míng zi ?
- 4. wǒ jiào zhāng lì .
- 5. nín shì chén xiān sheng ma ?
- 6. nǐ jiù jiào wǒ mài kè ba .
- 7. nín rèn cuò rén le .
- 8. wǒ lái jiè shào yí xià .
- 9. zhè shì wǒ de péng you sūn xiǎo lóng .
- 10. rèn shí nín hěn gāo xìng .
- 11. zhè shì wǒ de míng piàn .
Do you know?
A Chinese name consists of two parts, beginning with the surname and followed by the given Name.
When Chinese address each other, they usually add the title or the position after the family name to show their respect, for example, "wáng xiān sheng"(王先生)，"liú xiáo jiě"(刘小姐)，"lín jīng lǐ"(林经理) etc. To call someone by his or her given name only is to show intimacy.