不仅Long time no see（好久不见）这样的中式英语老外能听懂；No zuo no die（不作死就不会死）、You can you up（你行你上啊）这种中式网络流行语，也赫然出现在美国在线俚语词典Urban Dictionary中；甚至高大上的《牛津英语词典》还收录了Dama（大妈）、Tuhao（土豪）音译特色词汇。
Sentences that indicate the time something will occur are almost never correctly phrased by Chinese people. The most common statement is, "He will arrive after one hour". Again, I understand, but a native speaker would never say that.
中国小伙伴们最爱在时间表达上出错，最常见的就是这种：He will arrive after one hour. 只想说，我明白你的意思，但是英语是母语的人不会这样说。（应该把after换成in。）
The other phrase I seem to hear often is, "You have a rest". While it's not seriously incorrect is another repeated phrase I hear only in China (Americans would say "go get some rest").
另一个常能听到的句子是You have a rest. 也只有在中国才听过好几次，细想想也不能算有错。如果是让人去歇歇，美国人一般会说：Go get some rest.
网友Ron TF Lum：
I took Chinese language courses in college so I know the reason for this is because the word used to refer to a person is unisex（不分性别）, "ta" or 他. So for Chinese speakers, distinguishing he/she isn't always an ingrained habit.
As you can imagine, things can get funny when a guy from China describes his date using English.
In English, tenses are indicated by adding word endings, thereby altering the word itself. Chinese words are isolated and do not change meaning. Instead, additional words are postfixed to reflect past tenses.
English: I have eaten.
Chinglish: I eat already.
English: I went there.
Chinglish: I go already.
English: I have met her.
Chinglish: I meet her already.
The most common pattern I've noticed is the use of "until now" instead of "so far". This is an error I see from otherwise advanced non-native speakers who have (otherwise) mastered tense. For example, to express the concept "I have not seen it":
我见过最多的错是“until now”和“so far”两个不分。（可能是因为中文里都和“至今”有关的原因。）就连一些英语水平还不错的人也常搞混，比如：
Common usage error: I have not seen it until now.
Correct intent: I have not seen it, so far.
The person meant to express "I have never seen it", but the incorrect use of "until now" means "I am seeing it now for the first time."
这两种表达的区别就在于，本意是指从来都没见过时用so far；如果用了until now则意思是以前没见过，现在是第一次见。