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Well done, dragon009! As an alternative answer, you could say "Alan Jackson hé Jimmy Buffett shì liǎng wèi gēshǒu, wǒ hěn xǐhuan tāmen de yīnyuè." which means "Alan Jackson and Jimmy Buffett are both singers, and I like their music." Try to explore more grammatical knowledge from our lessons!
|Comment by Ellie_Chinese teacher posted on March 4, 2013||10 Comments|
Crazy Grammar: Lamborghini or Ferrari, which one suits me more? (Elementary, 哪 (nǎ)+Measure word+Noun, Part II)
|Comment by Ellie_Chinese teacher posted on June 4, 2012||8 Comments|
Crazy Grammar: I like to sing while taking a shower (Elementary, yìbiān + Action + yìbiān + Another action)
Hi bashodasahn, it seems to work well. Please check it again. Please let me know if you still have problem watching it.
|Comment by Helen Zhang (Chinese Teacher) posted on May 29, 2012||6 Comments|
Hi Haida Takarai, 你好！Thanks for your question. In Chinese, every noun has its own measure words. And we use a measure word after a numeral and before a noun. So when you want to express "a teacher," you could not say "一老师," but "一位老师" or “一个老师.” Both "位" and “个” are the measure words for person. A...
|Comment by Helen Zhang (Chinese Teacher) posted on May 15, 2012||21 Comments|
Hi Guillaume, Thanks for letting us know about this. The Pinyin for 2010 should be "èrlíngyīlíng," and 1998 should be "yījiǔjiǔbā." We will correct it as soon as possible. Becky
|Comment by Becky_Chinese Teacher posted on April 26, 2012||4 Comments|
Nǐ hǎo! Nǐ de míngzi shì Danilo. "Da" ,"达" “ni” is "尼", "lo" could be "洛." "达尼洛" ”Dáníluò.“
|Comment by Ellie_Chinese teacher posted on April 5, 2012||21 Comments|
Hi Douglas, I'm glad you enjoyed our lessons. Because words and grammars relevant to the weather, temperature and seasons are difficult in Newbie, so we will make one lesson in the future in Elementary. Thanks for your advice. If you have any more questions, please feel free to let me know.
|Comment by Helen Zhang (Chinese Teacher) posted on April 5, 2012||6 Comments|
LoL! Thank you very much. Do you usually chat with your Chinese friends online?
|Comment by Becky_Chinese Teacher posted on March 30, 2012||32 Comments|
osmanisoon, Thanks again for the note. Is it working now? It does seem to work from what we see. Let me know. Thanks!
|Comment by fredrao posted on March 11, 2012||12 Comments|
Hello bashodasahn, I checked out the video and it seems to work well. Is it streaming slowly? Could you tell me where you were located when you watched the video? Does it work now? Let me know if you still have questions or need any help.
|Comment by Helen Zhang (Chinese Teacher) posted on March 9, 2012||14 Comments|
Nǐ hǎo Cai Meimei! Hěn gāoxìng rènshi nǐ!(Nice to meet you!) I guess you mean "xué shēng"(student) by using "xie shen". Pay attention to the "ü" sound in Chinese pinyin, it is supposed to have two dots on the top of it. But when "ü" and all the finals contain "ü" pronounced together with the init...
|Comment by Becky_Chinese Teacher posted on March 7, 2012||2 Comments|
Hi, Denisse, I know what you mean. In the lesson, I said traditional Chinese won't kiss each other's face like some western people. But handshake is right for Chinese. :)
|Comment by Becky_Chinese Teacher posted on March 1, 2012||34 Comments|
Hi! Nice to meet you, too. I’m glad that you have joined us. All the audios including Lesson MP3, Lesson Text MP3 and Translation Exercises MP3 are ready for you to download. While the videos can only be viewed while on the site. You can enjoy watching them as long as you have access to the internet...
|Comment by Helen Zhang (Chinese Teacher) posted on February 29, 2012||2 Comments|
你好(Nǐ hǎo)，takak Here are the Chinese characters and Pinyin for wife and husband: Wife: 妻子 (qízi) in formal way 老婆 (lǎopo) in casual way Husband: 丈夫 (zhàngfu) in formal way 老公 (lǎogōng) in casual way
|Comment by Helen Zhang (Chinese Teacher) posted on February 27, 2012||2 Comments|
The rainbows color: 红色(hóngsè)，red. 橙色(chéngsè), orange. 黄色(huángsè), yellow. 绿色(lǜsè), green. 青色(qīngsè), cyan. 蓝色(lánsè), blue. 紫色(zǐsè)，purple. Tell me what else you want to learn.
|Comment by Becky_Chinese Teacher posted on February 14, 2012||2 Comments|
Hello azmanar, home country or homeland means "祖国 zǔguó" in Chinese. It is a little different from "Guojia."
|Comment by Minna posted on January 25, 2012||4 Comments|
Xièxie Yinjang. You are a girl, right? So you need to say: "Wǒ shì yí gè gūniang." Don't forget the verb and measure. :)
|Comment by Becky_Chinese Teacher posted on January 5, 2012||9 Comments|
Hey Girl9987, I have checked the video, and it plays well on our computers. I recommend that you check your internet connection to make sure you’re not experiencing connection lag. If you have any further questions, or if you are still unable to access the video, please let me know.
|Comment by Helen Zhang (Chinese Teacher) posted on January 4, 2012||5 Comments|
Hi Nomin, I’m so glad to hear from you. Learning a language requires a lot of practice. And you will learn it faster by correcting your mistakes. So do not feel embarrassed when you make mistakes. Correcting mistakes will allow you to make progress. As for Chinese tones, you may watch our Chinese Pi...
|Comment by Helen Zhang (Chinese Teacher) posted on November 21, 2011||2 Comments|
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