ngo5 = my
ge3 = of; someone's
ngo5 ge3 = my/mine
nei5ge3 = your/yours
gwong2dung1waa2 = Cantonese; the dialect of Guangdong province.
m4 = not
hou2 = good
我嘅广东话唔系好好。 = My Cantonese is not very good.
(Note: that in the above link there is a mistake for the word 广, which should be pronounced gwong2 instead of jim)
m4 hai6 = is not (be not)
hou2 hou2 = very good ( the first hou2 is an adverb, meaning very. The 2nd means good.)
How do you say "you love me"?
Just reverse the words: 你爱我nei5 ngoi3 ngo5 (Isn't Cantonese simpler than English? You bet!)
Note: Young native speakers nowadays tend to use "lei5 (懶音 lazy sound)" for "你nei5 (you)". For beginners, we'd better use "n" instead of "l". Meanwhile, understanding that many people use "lazy sounds" is helpful.
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