Every once in a while, it is inevitable to run into someone or something that really bothers you. If you feel overwhelmed or find it out of your control, maybe you should try an indifferent attitude, and just say to yourself, "Whatever! It doesn't matter to me at all," and let it go. Here, we will teach you some related Chinese expressions.
1. 无所谓 wú suǒ wèi
nǐ zěn me xiǎng wǒ wú suǒ wèi
Whatever you think is fine with me. / I don't care what you think.
2. 不在乎 bú zài hū
wǒ yī diǎn dōu bù zài hu
I don't care at all.
kǎo shì néng bù néng jí gé, tā bú zài hu
He doesn't give a damn whether he passes the exam or not.
3. 随便你了/随你的便 suí biàn nǐ le /suí nǐ de biàn
nǐ bùyuàn yì cān jiā wǒ men de huó dòng ma? hǎo ba, suí biàn nǐ le
You don't want to join us? Well, suit yourself.
4. 你定吧 nǐ dìng ba
shàng bù shàng kè nǐ dìng ba
Going to class or not, that's up to you.
5. 爱咋咋地 ài zǎ zǎ dì
tā zǒng shì zhè yàng zì yǐ wéi shì, jiù ràng tā ài zǎ zǎ dì ba
He is always arrogant, so just let him do whatever he wants.
6. 管它呢 guǎn tā ne
wǒ wán quán bùzhī dào zěn me xiě bào gào, āi, guǎn tā ne
I have absolutely no idea how to write the report. Alas, whatever!