Ask Someone’s Age in Chinese (It’s not rude) – Spoken Chinese Lesson 4

When starting a conversation, Chinese people like to talk about their age. We don’t think it’s rude as it’s considered to be a good way to get to know each other better. Pay attention that there are different ways to ask different people’s age properly. In today’s lesson, we are going to learn common & natural Chinese expressions to ask the age of different Chinese people you meet like children, your peers and the old. Say more than how old are you in Chinese like “你多大?” or “你多少岁?”!

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