1. smile without saying a word/smilence 笑而不语
somebody knows everything, but he just smile and keep silent.
eg: I answered him what had happened just now, but he just smilenced.
2. you are two goods 你个二货
means somebody is stupid and daft.
eg: You are two goods! Get out of my way!
3. don't bird you 不鸟你
bird(鸟) is popular internet word among young Chinese, means to contact somebody. So don't bird you means don't contact you(don't call &message &say hello to you)
Another example is:
you don’t bird me,I don’t bird you（你不鸟我，我也不鸟你）
means as you don't contact me, I will not contact you too.
4. wash wash sleep 洗洗睡了
“洗洗睡了" is popular internet sentence used to tell other people that you are going to wash your face, brush your teeth and go to sleep.
So when Your friend and you are chatting online or text-message, you can say "wash wash sleep" instead of "goodbye"
5. Good good study，day day up 好好学习，天天向上。
In China, little students are usually told to study hard and keep a positive attitude(好好学习，天天向上）.
eg: I'm going to good good study, day day up.
6. We two who and who 咱俩谁跟谁？
means you two are close and can depend on each other.
A: Thanks for lending me so much money.
B: You're welcome, we two who and who!
7. No wind, no waves 无风不起浪
means if something happened, it must have a cause or reason.
A: Have you heard that we are going to raise wage?
B: No. We have just raised wage. It's impossible to raise wage again so quickly.
A: Well, no wind, no waves. We'll see.
8. If you want money, I have no. If you want life, I have one。要钱没有，要命一条
When a bandit asked you all your money, you said this sentence, meaning you were not willing to lose your money, even though you might lose your life.
But of course, we don't really use it when we are robbed or other situations like this, we use it when someone want to borrow or get something from you, and you don't want to give the thing to him.
A: Give me the book!
B: If you want the book, I have no. If you want life, I have one.
9. You Give Me Stop! 你给我站住
means to ask someone stop there and don't go.
10. You ask me,me ask who? 你问我，我问谁?
means you also don't know the answer.
A: Don't you know the name of that lovely girl?
B: You ask me, me ask who?
11. know is know noknow is noknow（知之为知之，不知为不知…）
means being honest and always telling the truth.
12. Let me see see（让我看看）
means let me see.
A: It's a fantastic photo!
B: Let me see see!
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Chinese English, which are usually translated directly from Chinese to English word by word, are very funny and enjoyed by a lot of Chinese and some foreigners. Today I'm going to share you some very popular and interesting Chinese English. Wish you will enjoy them. 1. smile without saying a wor