Ni3 chi1 fan4 le mei2you3?
Zhong1 fan = lunch, Zhongguo2 fan = Chinese food
Hong2bao1 = red envelopes (full of money)
Qian2bao = wallet (and I wish mine was full of money)
Xin1nian2 = new year, but not the name for the Chinese New Year...I forget that. Oh okay I just looked it up and it's translated to mean Spring Festival: Chun1jie2.
Wu3long2 = dragon dance
They also do the wu3shi1, the lion dance, though I guess that one's not as popular because who's heard of that?
Wo ai ni for Valentine's day
Wo hen ni for...basically any day when you hate somebody, heh
Sheng2ri4 kuai4le4 for a birthday
Ni zai nali? Where are you?
Zhe4 shi shenme? What is this?
Na shi shenme? What is that?
Wo xi3huan1 da4jia1! I like everybody
Yin1wei4 tamen hen haowan2! Because they're fun
Sha4 xue3 = snow
j'ecoute: cigarettes and chocolate milk