- 1 How do you say rice in Cantonese?
- 2 How do you say white rice in Cantonese?
- 3 What are different ways to say rice?
- 4 How do you say spaghetti in Cantonese?
- 5 How do you say fried rice in Cantonese?
- 6 How do you say eat in Cantonese?
- 7 How do you say beautiful in Cantonese?
- 8 What is boy in Cantonese?
- 9 What is no in Cantonese?
- 10 Is paddy and rice same?
- 11 What is cooked rice called in Japanese?
- 12 What do Japanese people call Rice?
- 13 How do you say dough in Cantonese?
How do you say rice in Cantonese?
” RICE” in Cantonese (飯) – Flashcard.
How do you say white rice in Cantonese?
To order a bowl of white rice, shout for yat wun leng zai (一碗靚仔), which basically means a bowl of handsome young man (yes, please). But remember: don’t abbreviate to just leng zai or the waiter will think you’re hitting on him – no judgment if you are.
What are different ways to say rice?
In other languages rice
- American English: rice /ˈraɪs/
- Arabic: أُرْز
- Brazilian Portuguese: arroz.
- Chinese: 大米
- Croatian: riža.
- Czech: rýže.
- Danish: ris.
- Dutch: rijst.
How do you say spaghetti in Cantonese?
意粉 (ji3 fan2 | yi4 fen3): spaghetti – CantoDict.
How do you say fried rice in Cantonese?
炒飯 (caau2 faan6 | chao3 fan4): fried rice – CantoDict.
How do you say eat in Cantonese?
” EAT” in Cantonese (吃飯) – Flashcard.
How do you say beautiful in Cantonese?
美麗 (mei5 lai6) This is the common and easiest Cantonese word to say beautiful in Cantonese.
What is boy in Cantonese?
男孩 (naam4 haai4) boy (noun)
What is no in Cantonese?
唔係 (m4 haih) – No; incorrect Of course, depending on how you say it.
Is paddy and rice same?
Paddy becomes rice after the removal of husk. Therefore, paddy is the rice with husk. Field where paddy is cultivated is called paddy field. Rice is an annual crop, but there are some wild rice varieties that are perennial crops.
What is cooked rice called in Japanese?
Cooked Rice (Gohan) A bowl of rice forms the basis of most Japanese meals.
What do Japanese people call Rice?
Ordinary Japanese rice, or uruchimai (粳米), is the staple of the Japanese diet and consists of short translucent grains. When cooked, it has a sticky texture such that it can easily be picked up and eaten with chopsticks. Outside Japan it is sometimes labeled sushi rice, as this is one of its common uses.
How do you say dough in Cantonese?
麵 (min6 | mian4): noodles; flour; dough – CantoDict.