Chinese Mandarin Phrase of the Day! I’m okay.

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I thought of our friends with moody teens and tweens when adding, “I’m okay,” to the calendar. Do you notice around the teen years kids are never great or bad? Just… okay. I want kids to be excited to learn, so sometimes we need to add in phrases that honestly reflect their emotions. So here’s to the, “I’m okay.” I’m just happy they are saying it in a foreign language!

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Hello, and welcome to today’s
foreign language phrase. Yesterday,

we did, “How are you?” and today we’re answering with an, “I’m okay.”

So if you’d like our free printable you
can DM us or

comment to get that. You have that, Darian?

And we will send that to you.

How will we send it to them, Darian?
How will they get it?

So, you must DM us,
or comment down below, and we’ll

search for you, and then we’ll bring it
to you, and then a

penguin with lasers on his, lasers on his shoulders will shoot

the letter at you, and then you’ll eat the letter,
and then the

letter will come out of your nose, and it
will be a golden

fish, and the golden fish will give you the letter. Exactly.

We also have an email option.

So whichever option you would prefer,
just let us know below.

And the penguin will
come and shoot lasers at you.

Okay, so grab that random language generator.

Let’s find out which language we’re learning

to say, “I’m okay,” in. Whoa!
You hit that fast! Chinese!

Let’s do this.

If you already have the $35 phrasebook…

Oh! I got mine up first!

Then, we’ll show you how to find it in

the app. You are going to go to-
“H” for “Hector.”

“H” for “Hector,”

and we’re going to head over on the top, over to, “How are you?”

Be nice to my book!

And then we’re doing, “I’m okay.”

There’s “Fine.”

Where’s, “I’m okay?”
“I’m okay.”

Oh, “I’m okay.”

Are you okay?

I’m okay.

I’m okay, yo.

I’m going to eat you now!
Okay, let’s listen. You ready?

“wǒ” “wǒ” “hái” “hái”

“hǎo.” “hǎo.”

“wǒ hái hǎo.” “wǒ hái hǎo.”

“wǒ hái hǎo.”
That’s a fun one!

“wǒ hái hǎo.”

“wǒ” “wǒ” “hái” “hái” “hǎo.” “hǎo.”

“wǒ hái hǎo.”
“wǒ hái hǎo.”

So with Mandarin there are tones, and, so we’re

having fun with them. When you just start you can’t hear all the sounds.

So have fun with it like we’re doing.

To teach your child this phrase, start

using it when they ask, “How are you doing?”

And you can say, with the first phrase,
and then you can answer

with the second phrase.

All right.

We will see you in our Instagram stories.
If you’re using

our phrases-
@talkboxmom Bye!

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