How to say I am thirsty in Chinese: Wǒ Kě Le

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How to say I am thirsty in Chinese: Wǒ Kě Le

Learning Chinese for travel or study? Let’s try this term:

To say I am thirsty in Chinese: Wǒ Kě Le
Say it out loud: “Wo Kuh Luh

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Some more helpful words in our Chinese More Dining Basics category:

...some (of) – Yīdiǎn  (Ee Dyen)
...this/that – Zhègè / Nàgè  (Jay Guh / Nay Guh)
all done – Chī Wánle  (Chr Wan Luh)
another – Zài Lái Yī Gè…  (Dzai Lai Ee Guh…)
Bon appétit! – Zhù Nǐhǎo Wèi!  (Joo Nee Hao Way!)
can I have…? – Wǒ Xiǎng Chī / Hē…  (Wo Shyang Chr / Huh…)
can I see…? – Gěi Wǒ Kàn…  (Gay Wo Kan…)
can we have...? – Wǒmen Xiǎng Chī /Hē…  (Wo Mun Shyang Chr / Huh…)
can we see ...? – Gěi Wǒmen Kàn …  (Gay Wo Mun Kan…)
Cheers! – Gānbēi!  (Gan Bay!)
Eat! Eat! – Kuài Chī  (Kway Chr)
I am hungry – Wǒ Èle  (Wo Uh Luh)
I am thirsty – Wǒ Kě Le  (Wo Kuh Luh)
I ate – Wǒ Chī Guòle  (Wo Chr Gwo Luh)
I would like… – Wǒ Xiǎngyào  (Wo Shyang Yao)
we ate – Wǒmen Chī Guòle  (Wo Mun Chr Gwo Luh)
we ate well! – Wǒmen Chīde Hěn Xiāng!  (Wo Mun Chr Duh Hun Shyang!)
we would like… – Wǒmen Xiǎngyào  (Wo Mun Shyang Yao)

And here’s how to say I am thirsty in other languages!

Arabic–Ana 'Atshan  (ana hat shan)
Chinese–Wǒ Kě Le  (Wo Kuh Luh)
Croatian–Ja sam žedan  (ya sahm zhay dun)
Czech–mám žízeň  (mahm zyee zehn)
Finnish–Minulla on jano  (Mi null lah on ya noh)
French–J'ai soif  (zhay swahf)
German–Ich habe durst  (iHk ha bay durst)
Italian–ho sete  (ōh say tay)
Japanese–Nodo Ga Kawaki Mashita  (Noh Doh Gah Kah Wah Kee Mah Shee Tah)
Korean–Mokmallayo.  (Mok Mal La Yo.)
Polish–Jestem spragniony  (Ye'stem spraq neeo' ny)
Portuguese–Estou Com Sede  (ehs tow kohm se jee)
Russian–Ya hochu pit'  (Ya hah choo peet)
Spanish–tengo sed  (tango sehd)
Swahili–nahisi kiu  (nah hee see kee uh)
Thai–Hio Nam  (hee-ew nahm)
Turkish–i susadım  (ee soo sah dim)
Vietnamese–Tôi Khát  (Toy Khah)

How do you ask for a glass of water or drink from your host in Chinese? Just say, "I am thirsty" (Wǒ Kě Le). To select the drink you would like, learn their names in Chinese by getting instant access to the Chinese Language Set.

Contributor

Fred Bane
Biography: Fred Bane is a media producer and translator living in Nanjing China. Since graduating with a BA in International Relations from American University in 2007, Fred has lived in Vietnam and then China, where he received a Masters in Ethnography from Nanjing University in 2012. Fred currently works for a non-profit organization involved in education and cultural exchange, and moonlights as a Chinese-English medical translator.
Born: Portland, Oregon, USA
Location: Nanjing, China
Website : Ameson Education and Culture Exchange Foundation

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