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Send Someone Your Regards
In English, to send a person your regards is a formal way to say hello to the person. It expresses that you pass on a positive attitude to greet the relevant person(s) whom you remembered. It is often that you give your regards to someone who is not there, you do this via another (third) person to help give someone else your regards. How to express to give someone your regards in Mandarin? Let us talk about it as follows.
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" Where one is going, 去 哪儿 ? "
It is a popular Chinese greeting that is often used when you run into someone.
It is as common as saying ‘Hello’ in English, and this kind of greeting should not be considered seriously as prying into one’s privacy.
When greeting in such a way, people sometimes simply reply as " 我 去 那 儿 wǒ qù nàr " I’m going to there.