That sounds familiar. Are you speaking Mandarin Chinese, and did you just say 'hello'?
對，我說普通話，而且我剛剛說你好。你貴姓大名？ [Duì, wŏ shuō pŭtōnghuà, érqiĕ wŏ gānggang shuō nĭ hăo. Nĭ guìxìng dàmíng?] (Right, I'm speaking Mandarin, and I just said 'Hello'. What's your name?)
What's my name? I'm Bob Smith. What's your name?
我姓王，我的名字叫做平平。 [Wǒ xìng Wáng wǒde míngzi jiàozuò Píngpíng] (My surname is Wang, and I'm called Pingping.)
I see, your surname is Wang, and your other name is Pingping. Can I call you Pingping?
可以啊。你是從那兒的？ [Kěyǐ a. Nǐ shì cóng nàr de?] (You can. Where are you from?)
Where am I from? I'm from Mars. How about you?
我是從金星來的。 [Wǒ shì cóng jīnxīng lái de] (I'm from Venus.)
You're from Venus!? That's a conincidence! I met someone else from Venus yesterday. You have beautiful eyes, by the way, and that's a very fetching hat.
謝謝你，我在找我的龍。你有没有看他？ [Xièxiè nǐ, wǒ zài zhǎo wǒde lóng. Nǐ yǒu méiyǒu kàn tā?] (Thank you. I'm looking for my dragon. Have you seen him?)
You're looking for your dragon? Well, I did see a dragon this morning over there.
很好，我去看看。[Hěn hǎo, wǒ qù kànkan.] (Very good, I'll go and have a look.)
Ok, I'll help you look.
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