From a simple greeting to forming complex sentences, learning the Chinese character for "you" is integral to conversing in Chinese.
Why Mandarin Chinese is harder than you think
Mandarin Chinese is often described as a difficult language, sometimes one of the most difficult ones. This is not hard to understand. There are thousands of characters and strange tones! It must surely be impossible to learn for an adult foreigner!
Many of the sounds of Mandarin have approximate counterparts in English, but there are few sounds which are more challenging. They don’t have English equivalents and therefore need to be practiced more diligently than the other Mandarin sounds.
Chinese Lesson 30: I’m returning home.
我要回国了。（Wǒ yào huí guó le.）：
I'm returning home.
Chinese Lesson 17: My stomach aches very badly.
我肚子疼得厉害。（Wǒ dùzi téng de lìhai.）：
My stomach aches very badly.
Chinese Lesson 12: I want to exchange $100.
我想换一百美元。（Wǒ xiǎng huàn yìbǎi měiyuán.）：
I want to exchange $100.
Chinese Lesson 11: I’m studying at the College of Chinese Studies in a language university.
我在语言大学对外汉语学院学习。（Wǒ zài Yǔyán Dàxué Duìwài Hànyǔ Xuéyuàn xuéxí.）：
I'm studying at the College of Chinese Studies in a language university.
Chinese Lesson 10: Can you play pingpong？
你会打乒乓球吗？(Nǐ huì dǎ pīngpāngqiú ma?):
Can you play pingpong？
Chinese Lesson 9: I like swimming.
我喜欢游泳。（Wŏ xǐhuān yóuyǒng）：
I like swimming.
Chinese Lesson 8: Please speak more slowly.
请慢一点儿说。（Qǐn màn yìdiǎnr shuō. ）
Please speak more slowly.