Video Lesson: Let me help you! (Newbie, Module 6)

Lesson Information
  Instructor: Ellie Length: 03:01
  Knowledge Point: Offering Help: "Wǒ bāng nǐ." (Newbie, Module 6)
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"Hello, may I help you?" "Hello, is there anything I can do for you?"
yaquicuevas1984 says
I work very closely with clients. I think I posted on another video, but I am not able to find my comments. Dui bu qi! I was hoping a video about assisting clients could be made, how to greet clients, how to ask information (what they need, if they have an appointment) and express directions such as please sit down, or please wait for a moment. 

For now, I would be happy with some translated expressions! Ni keyi bang wo ma? 

Feichang gan xie! I love your videos! 

Brenda from California
April 18, 2013 Reply
Ellie_Chinese teacher in reply to yaquicuevas1984
Hi yaquicuevas1984,
Thanks for your good suggestions! To greet clients, I think you can take a look at these lessons.

To express please sit down, you can say "qǐng zuò."
Please wait for a moment in Chinese is "qǐng shāo děng." And you can also take a look at this lesson:

Hope these will help you. And will make more videos about appointments in the future.

April 19, 2013 Reply
yaquicuevas1984 in reply to Ellie_Chinese teacher

Please correct my gramatical errors :). Thank you again for all your help! 
April 21, 2013 Reply
Ellie_Chinese teacher in reply to yaquicuevas1984
不客气(bú kèqi)。
You'd better say "谢谢你的回复(xièxie nǐ de huífù)," thanks for your reply. Or "谢谢你的工作(xièxie nǐ de gōngzuò)," thanks for your work.  We don't put a adjective after 谢谢.
"我学的每一天!" is not correct. I think your sentence should be "我每天都学(wǒ měitiān dōu xué)," which is "I study everyday." Is that what you want to say? 
April 22, 2013 Reply
papillon says
If you wanted to say "I need help with chinese" would it be Wǒ xūyào bāngzhù Zhōngwén?
January 23, 2013 Reply
Ellie_Chinese teacher in reply to papillon
We often say "帮助+somebody" or "帮助+somebody+do something." So you'd better say "我(wǒ)需要(xūyào)你(nǐ)帮助(bāngzhù)我(wǒ)学(xué)中文(zhōngwén)." 
January 23, 2013 Reply
takak says
Hi Elli
I would say

April 2, 2012 Reply
Helen Zhang (Chinese Teacher) in reply to takak
Good answer! If you have any questions about this lesson, please feel free to let me know!
April 5, 2012 Reply
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