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Hello (Ni hao) (Nee how) 你好

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  Hello (Ni hao) (Nee how) 你好

Hello (to one person)
Ni hao (Nee how) 你好

Hello (to more than one person)
Nimen hao (Nee-mern how) 你们好

Good morning (until about 10 a.m.)
Ni zao (Nee zow) 你早

Good morning (very polite form)
Zaoshang hao (Zow-shahng how) 早上好

Good afternoon / Good evening
Ni hao (Nee how) 你好

Good night
Wan an (Wahn ahn) 晚安

Zai jian (Dzigh jeean) 再见

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