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May the 4th Be with You: Learn Chinese Words and Quotes to Talk about Star Wars!

In Chinese by Gwilym James

May the 4th be with you! This day is an exciting day for Star Wars fans around the world. The Star Wars franchise has been a cultural phenomenon since the release of the first movie in 1977.

If you’re a fan of Star Wars and Chinese culture or simply interested in learning new languages, we’ve got you covered! In this blog post, we will introduce you to some key Chinese words and quotes relating to Star Wars. Be sure to check out the gallery post below, and the YouTube video above.

6 Chinese words related to Star Wars:

1.星球大战 (Xīng qiú dà zhàn) – Star Wars
2.原力 (Yuán lì) – The Force
3.绝地武士 (Jué dì wǔ shì) – Jedi Knight
4.帝国 (Dì guó) – Empire
5.天行者 (Tiān xíng zhě) – Skywalker
6.光剑 (Guāng jiàn) – Lightsaber

Now Let’s Learn Some Star Wars Quotes

“May the force be with you.”
Yuàn yuánlì yǔ nǐ tóngzài.

General Dodonna – Episode IV

“I have a (very) bad feeling about this!”
Wǒ yǒu yìzhǒng bùxiáng de yùgǎn.

Luke Skywalker – Episode IV (and each movie after.)

You were the chosen one!
Nǐ shì bèi xuǎnzhōng de rén.

Obi-Wan – Episode III

These words are just the tip of the iceberg. If you’re interested in learning more Chinese words related to Star Wars, you should check out the Skritter deck. Skritter makes it easy and fun to learn Chinese characters and vocabulary. Skritter uses a unique system of spaced repetition, which means you’ll remember what you learned for longer periods of time.

In conclusion, May the 4th is a great day to celebrate Star Wars and the impact it has had on pop culture around the world. We hope this blog post has inspired you to learn some new Chinese words related to Star Wars, and to take your Chinese learning even further with Skritter. This IS the app you are looking for.

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