In our previous post, we talked about how to ask the delivery driver to come back after you’ve finished work. Today we’ll cover how to ask the delivery driver to leave your package with the Security Guard (bǎoān).[Read more…] about Talking To Delivery Drivers In China – Leave It With The Security Guard!
Learn Chinese in China
In part two of the Kuaidi series, we taught you how to tell the Kuaidi delivery person to leave your package at the door. But what if your package contains something really valuable and you don’t want to leave it just anywhere? Maybe it’s one of your favorite Chinese books arriving, finally! Ask him to come back after you’re off work![Read more…] about Talking To Delivery Drivers In China – Please Come Back Later!
How many weeks do you have before you
Hopefully, you’re not looking for a cram method, because if you are, then this isn’t the article for you.
If you have more than six weeks before your exam, wonderful! Keep reading my five-step study plan to pass your next HSK.[Read more…] about How To Pass The HSK Exams Without Crying
In our previous post, we talked about how to know when it’s the Kuaidi delivery person calling. Today we’ll cover how to tell him to leave your package by your apartment door.[Read more…] about Talking To Delivery Drivers In China – Leave It At The Door!
Your package has arrived. Your phone rings and… uh oh!
Conquering Taobao in China and successfully getting a package delivered to your home or place of work is one of the most rewarding feelings. On the other hand, talking to delivery drivers on the phone is probably one of the most stressful experiences an expat living in China can go through. Instead of passing the phone off to a colleague or simply ignoring the call, I’ll teach you the phrases you need to confidently communicate with them over the phone.
Your phone rings. It’s probably the delivery guy. But he’s babbling Chinese at you super fast. You hang up. He calls back. Your package has arrived, but if you don’t pick it up in time, it might get sent back. Or he might leave it outside in the rain. Or it might get put in one of those confusing mail holding boxes, or at the corner store. The possibilities are endless.[Read more…] about Talking to Delivery Drivers in China
My peek inside the Integrated Chinese Level 1 Workbook!
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