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Chinglish is a word for English that is influenced by Chinese.[1] It often uses Chinese grammar and vocabulary that has been translated into English. Such as "long time no see(It is no met for a long time.)" is translated from Chinese "hǎojiǔbùjiàn".

The term Chinglish comes from a combination of the words Chinese and English.

Example[change | change source]

One car come, one car go, two car pengpeng, one car die.

meaning[change | change source]

One car came to another and crashed together, and the automobile destroyed.

References[change | change source]

  1. Wenzhong, Li (April 1993). "China English and Chinglish". Foreign Language Teaching and Research.