老师 (Chinese PinYin: [lǎo shī]; traditional Chinese:老師) may mean: (1) noun. teacher, e.g. 中学老师 (middle school teacher); (2) noun. an expression or title that is used to show respect for a senior person who is not working as a teacher. Literally: 老 (old) + 师 (teacher). It is one of the most frequently used Chinese words that will occur often in everyday use. Some example phrases and expressions are: 我的老师 (my teacher), 美女老师 (a beautiful teacher), 我的钢琴老师 (my piano teacher).
1. How to pronounce 老师?
Chinese Pinyin: [lǎo shī]
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2. Synonyms And Antonyms of 老师
Synonyms: 导师, 教师,
3. What are the fixed expression, collocation and idioms that contains 老师 .
Fixed expression: 语文老师 (Chinese teacher), 中学老师 (middle school teacher), 辅导老师 (counselor), 心理老师 (psychological teacher), 数学老师 (mathematics teacher), 体育老师 (physical education teacher), 英语老师 (English teacher),
Collocation: 我的老师 (my teacher), 美女老师 (a beautiful teacher), 我的钢琴老师 (my piano teacher),
4. How to use 老师 in a sentence?
Below are some example sentences and quotes containing 老师.
Translation: I have to report your misconduct to the teacher.
Translation: Our teacher is known for her patience and carefulness.
Translation: She was my piano teacher.
4.4 老师轻轻地拍了下我的肩膀, 然后走开了。
Translation: The teacher tapped me on my shoulder and then walked away.
4.5 老师来了, 小声点!
Translation: The teacher is coming, be quiet!
Translation: Our school teacher announce that we are going to Macau for travel.
Translation: He pointed out the mistake of the teacher without hesitation.
4.8 活在当下的最简单的方式之一就是保持小孩子气。 孩子们是如此棒的老师。 如果我们想记住自己，想知道生活是什么，我们只需要观察一个孩子几分钟。 不久之后，我们将欣赏到孩子流露出的欢乐，简朴和存在感。
Translation: One of the simplest ways to live in the present moment is to be childlike. Children are such wonderful teachers. If we want to remember ourselves, and what life is all about, we just need to observe a child for a few minutes. It won’t be long before we appreciate the joy, simplicity and presence that the child exudes.
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