The English term "pain in the throat" matches the Chinese term "hóulóngténg"

other english words that include "pain" : chinese :
Spain Xîbânyá
pain téng, tòng
painter huàjiâ, yìshùjiâ
other english words that include "in" : chinese :
Argentina Âgêntíng
Berlin B ilín
China Zhôngguó
Chinaman Zhôngguórén
Chinese Zhôngwén, Zhôngguórén
Chinese language Zhôngwén
Dublin Dûbòlín
East China Sea Dông H i
Euxine Sea Hêih i
Finland Fênlán
Helsinki Hè’evrxìngjî
Indian Ocean Yìndùyáng
Indian corn yùm
Indonesia Yìndùníxîyà, Yìnní
Latin America Lâdîng Mevizhôu
Liechtenstein Lièzhîdûnshìdêng
Philippines Fêilü’bîn
Philippine Islands Fêilü’bîn
Singapore Xînjiâpô
South China Sea Nán H i
Spain Xîbânyá
administration zhèngf
amusing h oxiào
behind hòutou
bind b ng
blushing hóngsè
brain n ozi
building jiànzhù
businessman shângrén
church-building jiàotáng
cinema diàngy ngyuàn
clinic zhevnliáosu
clothing yîfu, yîshang
continent dàlù, zhôu, dàzhôu
curtain chuânglián
dainty y uh o
distinct qîngchu
drink
drizzling rain máomáoy, xi oy
earring evrhuán
engine jîqì
engineer diàngông, diànjìshî
entertaining h oxiào
evening w nshàng
evening meal w nfàn
explain shuômíng
finger sh uzh
gain yíng, pàngle, yínglì
ginger jiâng
good evening w n’ân
good morning nín z o, z o’ân
go in jìn
human being rén
industry gôngyè
inexpensive piányi
infant háizi, xi oháizi
influenza liúxíngxìng g nmào
injection d zhên
injured shòushâng
injury shângk u
ink mòshu
innocent wúzuì
insect chóng, chóngzi
instructor jiàoshî, jiàoyuán, l oshî
intelligent côngming
intention mùdì, yòngyì
inter mái, máizàng
intercessor lü’shî
interesting y u yìsi
international guójì
interpreter fânyì
intoxicated zuì, zuìle, hêzuìle
invite q ng, yâoq ng
in front of qiántou
in what way zevnmoyàng
join b ng
kind y uh o
king guówáng
lightning sh ndiàn
looking-glass jìngzi
lose in weight shòule
machine jîqì
magazine bào, bàozh
mainland dàlù, zhôu, dàzhôu
meaning mùdì, yòngyì, yìsi
medicine yào
mind xîn
miner kuànggông
minister bùzh ng
morning shàngw
mountain dàshân, gâoshân
never mind bié kèqi, bú kèqi, búyòng kèqi
nine ji
nineteen shíji
ninety ji shí
opinion yìjiàn
pain téng, tòng
painter huàjiâ, yìshùjiâ
pine-tree sôngshù
pine sôngshù
pineapple bôluó
pink fevnhóngsè
plain qîngchu
platinum
prime minister sh uxiàng, z ngl
print yìnshuâ
province shevng
rain xiày, y
rainy season y jì
ring jièzh
sideline àihào
sing chànggê
singer gêchàngjiâ, gêsh u
skin máopí, pí
spinach bôcài
spinster xi ojie
spring chûnjì, chûntiân
springtime chûnjì, chûntiân
stiffling mênrè
sting y o
stocking chángwà, chángwàzi
strong drink ji
sunshine yángguâng
swine zhû
tangerine júzi
thin shòu
think xi ng
train hu chê
urinate xi obiàn
vagina yîndào
vinegar
violin tíqín
waistline yâo, yâobù
win yíng
wind fêng
window chuânghu
wine pútaoji
winter dôngjì, dôngtiân
working man gôngrén
writing desk shûzhuô
other english words that include "throat" : chinese :
sore throat hóulóngténg
throat hóulóng


Chinese Writing is Complicated and Ancient
Writing in Chinese is very difficult to master because there is no such thing as an alphabet in the language. Instead, it employs a system of 20,000 characters. To make learning them easier, they can be translated into Roman characters using pinyin. The writing system itself is also one of the oldest in the world. Chinese characters were found on animal bones in 1600 BC. The Latin alphabet wasn’t invented until 1000BC.
Watch Your Tone
Chinese is a tonal language so the tone used while speaking makes the words mean different things. Mixing up the rising or falling pitch of words will make something like “I want to ask you” into “I want to kiss you.” So it’s important to get those inflections down in order to avoid making an embarrassing mistake.
Grammar Tenses
Chinese does not have any grammatical tenses in it. But it does have other complexities that aren’t present in other European languages, such as a system of suffixes and the relevancy of occurrences.