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|Comment by Helen Zhang(Chinese Teacher) posted on April 7, 2017||23 Comments|
Hi Helen, Thank you for your reply. I have tried to access the Beginner Chinese Series 1 - first video - and also tried some others at random from Survival Chinese. None of the videos would work on iPad Pro (latest model) though the other lesson material can be seen Rd. Grammar, vocabulary etc. As I...
|Comment by Ros posted on July 20, 2016||3 Comments|
Hi elevator, These two sentences are correct and mean the same thing, “what would you like to drink?" The word “点儿” does not add a different meaning, but is a way to sound more polite.
|Comment by Helen Zhang (Chinese Teacher) posted on July 4, 2016||14 Comments|
Hi Mali, click the Simplified or Traditional at the top right corner of Exercises Tab, then the audio icons will show. Sorry for the inconvenience. We will fix this bug very soon.
|Comment by Lisa_eChineseOnline Support posted on April 26, 2016||2 Comments|
Hi Americanmark, I have checked your account and you haven’t started the 7-day free trial successfully. So there is no need to cancel it. You mentioned that you couldn’t access the site information. May I know more details about this issue? Thank you.
|Comment by Lisa_eChineseOnline Support posted on December 9, 2015||12 Comments|
Hi Mingxing124, Happy to know that you want to join us. You can make the payment by remitting the membership fee. I have sent you an email to let you know the details. Please check your email. :)
|Comment by Lisa_eChineseOnline Support posted on November 27, 2015||39 Comments|
Thanks for your prompt reply.
|Comment by songan posted on July 24, 2015||9 Comments|
Sorry for late reply. There are some small mistakes in your sentences. The first sentence should be: Zuótiān, wǒ qù gōngsī gōngzuò le. And the last sentence should be: Míngtiān wǒ xiǎng hē kāfēi huòzhě chá.
|Comment by Helen Zhang (Chinese Teacher) posted on February 6, 2015||2 Comments|
Hi Chitoko, We have launched a new website where the Pinyin lessons are. You can check out the Pinyin lessons by clicking http://www.dongyu.com/chinese-lessons/tone-it-up/uploading-date. I hope you enjoy our lessons. If you have any further questions, please feel free to let me know.
|Comment by Helen Zhang (Chinese Teacher) posted on February 6, 2015||4 Comments|
Hi Juan, There shouldn’t be any recording in the first exercise. We have fixed it. Thanks.
|Comment by Helen Zhang (Chinese Teacher) posted on January 19, 2015||4 Comments|
Hi Juan Antonio, I think roll the tongue would not effect the tongue. When we say some syllables like "zhi" or "ri," we need to roll the tongue. But the third tone is going down first and then raising up. You can upload your recording. We can see if your pronunciation is correct.
|Comment by Helen Zhang (Chinese Teacher) posted on January 15, 2015||8 Comments|
Your lessons are interesting, well explained and funny at the same time, congratulations.
|Comment by Juan Antonio posted on October 31, 2014||1 Comment|
And Congratulations your lessons are great and easy to understand
|Comment by Juan Antonio posted on October 26, 2014||4 Comments|
Hi Juan Antonio, We have fixed it. Please check it out.
|Comment by Helen Zhang (Chinese Teacher) posted on October 23, 2014||6 Comments|
Morning Juan Antonio, “西边(xībiān)” is correct, while the translation is not right. I have updated the translation. Please check it out. Thank you.
|Comment by Helen Zhang (Chinese Teacher) posted on September 26, 2014||2 Comments|
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