Chinglish is a word for English that is influenced by Chinese. 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]
- Wenzhong, Li (April 1993). "China English and Chinglish". Foreign Language Teaching and Research.