2. I don't need those beautiful lies! 我唔需要美丽嘅谎言。
Note: tell a lie = 讲大话 (colloquial. lie = 大话 literately mean "big talk" ). 谎言 means "lie(s)" and it's very formal.
However, we do use 美丽的(or 嘅 )谎言 is a set phrase or idiomatic phrase for "beautiful lies".
3. 你种嘅花好靓啊！ The flowers you are planting are very beautiful (pretty)!
4. The skirt you are wearing is pretty good looking. 妳着紧嘅条裙都几靓喎 nei5 zoek6 gan2 ge3 tiu4 kwan4 dou1 gei2 leng3 wo3
5. You look beautiful with this pair of glasses. 你戴呢副眼镜好好睇喎。 nei5 daai3 ne1 fu3 ngaan5 geng3 hou2 hou2 tai2 wo3
父亲节快乐 (Traditional: 父親節快樂) = Happy Father's Day ( you may click the Chinese characters to get the pronunciation and click the Play button to listen to the sound). This year it will be on 6/16/2013.
We can say 六月十六號是父親節 ( June 16th is Father's Day ).
On that day, you should call him and say "老豆你好！"
..你好！ means so and so, how are you?
老豆 or 老竇 is an informal way to call daddy.
The Cantonese word 爹地 is actually a borrowed word from English “Daddy"
We often call our elderly daddy 老爹 (Old Dad). Similar to Mandarin.
We should also say " 老竇我好掛住你啊！” ( = Daddy, how I miss you! ) if you call home from far away. Take good care of your father and send him more love if you still can. I cannot any more as he passed away many years ago. There's a Chinese saying from a famous peom: 子欲養而親不待 ( When the son wants to support the parents who have passed away. ) A pretty close translation of the sentences in that Chinese poem can be found at Dict.cn: 树欲静而风不止，子欲养而亲不待.
Let's learn how to say "To be or not to be." 係 hai6
☆係唔m4係(是不是) = is or not?
☆係咁gam2 (是这样)= is like this
☆係嘅ge3(是的) = It is.
☆係喇laa1(是了) = so it is
☆係嘞laak3(对了) = that is right.
☆係噃bo3(是的哦) = Oh, it is.
☆係吖aa1(是啊) = Yes,(I agree).
☆係呀aa1(是啊) = Yes, (I agree).
☆咪就係囉mai6zau6hai6 lo1 = That's right.(I agree to this obvious point.)
☆係啰(囉)lo1(就是嘛) = a tone-down version of 咪就係囉.
☆係啩gwaa3(可能是吧)= perhaps it is
☆係咪mai6(是不是)= 係唔m4係 is or not?
☆係咩me1(是吗)= is that so?
Please note that 咪 here is taking 6th tone instead of the 1st tone(mistake in the video): mai6
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The Cantonese phrases and expressions we teach here are so colloquial that the Chinese characters used do not make sense at all in Mandarin. If you find them difficult, you need to practice more and try to learn them again and again from your own conversations with Cantonese speakers or find them in the Cantonese movies or TV programs. Don't give up and keep learning and you will find more fun in learning Cantonese.
Colloquial Cantonese Lesson Two 冇 mou5 ( do not have； there's none) = Mandarin 没,没有
This is a Cantonese word. We don't have it in Mandarin.
☆冇乜嘢 mou2 mat1 je5 (没什么)
= have nothing at all.It's nothing.(it's OK)
☆冇你咁好氣（气）mou2 nei5 gam2 hou2 hei3(没有你那么耐心)
=have no patience like yours(don't want to talk to you anymore)
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