104 Sweet Dreams
Lucid dreaming specialist learns how to wish someone “sweet dreams” in Chinese.
ShaoLan shares more formal and less formal ways of saying “sweet dreams” and which situation it will be appropriate in. Find out why Charlie Morley recommends taking a nap when you’re busy.
Remember how to say “dreaming” and “daydreaming?” Review Dreaming episode!
祝 (zhù) means “to wish.” This character comprises the radicals “礻” (god) “口” (mouth) and “儿” (son). People voice their wishes to God.
好 (hǎo) means “good.”
梦/夢 (mèng)”dream.” This character includes “夕” (sunset) and two 木 （trees). The trees look like two eyes wide open—implying a state of heightened awareness while one dreams.
祝好梦 （zhù hǎo mèng) ＝ sweet dreams
Wish you have a sweet dream tonight!