Grovelling isn't exactly our forte, but sometimes you need to put that dignity behind you to salvage whatever you can from your marriage. Like the time one of us arrived home at one o'clock in the morning after a grueling karaoke session only to find that it might not have been the best day in the year to miss dinner with the family for beers with the boss.

Learning Cantonese? In this lesson we'll talk about what happens when you're late, as well as a few ways to apologize on those occasions when you're really, really, really sorry. This is a beginner Cantonese lesson, but it teaches some high frequency words and phrases, so it should still be accessible to you even if you haven't gone through our introductory series yet. Let us know what you think, and good luck.
 said on
April 25, 2012
I love the Cantonese Language. It's the best in the world!
 said on
April 25, 2012
@idccg

我都鍾意廣東話!(ngo5 dou1 zung1ji3 gwong2dung1waa2) I like Cantonese, too.
 said on
January 15, 2013
I know this lesson is a tad old, but the transcript threw some English into the last line. :)