down town = 当烫！
gun = 刚！
big gun = 大刚！
job = 脚脖子！
beautiful = 彪特否！
congratulations = 坑刮出来的屎！
Chinglish refers to spoken or written English language that is influenced by the Chinese language. The term "Chinglish" is commonly applied to ungrammatical or nonsensical
English in Chinese contexts. Other terms used to described the phenomenon include "Chinese English", "China English", and "Sinicized English".
English first arrived in China in 1637, when British traders reached Macao and Guangzhou (or Canton). In the 17th century, Chinese Pidgin English originated as a lingua franca for
trade between British people and mostly Cantonese-speaking Chinese people. This proto-Chinglish term "pidgin" originated as a Chinese mispronunciation of the English word
"business". Following the 1839-1842 Opium Wars, Pidgin English spread north to Shanghai and other treaty ports. Pidgin usage began to decline in the late 19th century when
Chinese and missionary schools began teaching Standard English.