MixedWe hope you never find yourselves in these situations, but the right phrases in Chinese could make a huge difference when there is an emergency. Knowing how to ask for help in Chinese is essential. From losing a passport to calling an ambulance, we have some of the language you might need if you find yourself in an emergency situation. Better safe than sorry! Give it a browse, it might save your day.
Lost Wallet and Passport Newbie
You ever lose your passport? Or your wallet? Or your wallet and your passport? We hope not, but just in case, it's probably a good idea to know how to say these things. (At the very least, the Chinese people around you will understand why you're totally freaking out.) This lesson will help.
Where is the Police Station? Elementary
Whether you live in China or are just travelling there, it is good to be prepared in case of emergencies. That could include learning how to ask some important questions. In this lesson, someone gets the help they need to deal with a theft.
Calling an Ambulance Elementary
It's a nightmare situation: someone has an accident and needs immediate medical help, and you're the only person around to help. In today's ChinesePod lesson, learn how to call for help in Chinese. Who knows - with some of this vocabulary, you might just save a life one day.
Reporting a Loss Intermediate
Question: What do your mind, your life and your wallet all have in common? Answer: You can lose them! Listen to today's Chinese podcast to learn about what to do if you lose something (except your mind or life-- we can't really help you much there.)
Calling an Ambulance - Part 1 Upper Intermediate
ChinesePod delves into the Chinese medical system in this two part series on hiring an ambulance. In this lesson, someone needs to move a loved one from one hospital to another for treatment. But which hospital to go to? Find out in this lesson!