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I like to eat dumplings.

Lesson Information
Instructor:  Jo
Length:  14:19
Introduction:  Today's Special: Dumplings. Learn adverbs of degree.
 
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Discussion
Dumplings are a very popular food among Chinese and have come to possess very special cultural meanings. They are delicious, and the process of making dumplings is quite interesting. In this mandarin video lesson, you will learn about dumplings through a short dialogue. In the process, you will also learn how to use adverbs of degree.


Comments
novita.g says
Ni hao, wo jiao Novita
I wanna ask what's the difference between "hai" and "ye" when they're used for the meaning of "also".
Thank you for your attention.
January 29, 2012 Reply
Helen Zhang (Chinese Teacher) in reply to novita.g
Dear Novita,
Thanks for your good question. We will post a video about the two words soon.
“Yě” and ”hái” both can be used for the same subject doing two things. But “yě” could also be used for two subjects doing the same thing.
For example, 
Wǒ yào qù Shànghài,yě yào qù Běijīng.
Wǒ yào qù Shànghǎi,hái yào qù Běijīng.
Wǒ yào qù Shànghài,tā yě yào qù Shànghǎi.
January 31, 2012 Reply
Helen Zhang (Chinese Teacher) in reply to novita.g
Hi novita.g,
Here comes the video we made to explain your question.
Hope you enjoy watching it.
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February 9, 2012 Reply
fabas19 says
in 3:40 Iyqi is with second tone and in 4:10 Iyqi is with third tone.
April 21, 2012 Reply
Helen Zhang (Chinese Teacher) in reply to fabas19
Thank you for letting us know about this.
The Pinyin for “一起” should be “yìqǐ.” We will correct it as soon as possible.
April 23, 2012 Reply
ifeoluwa.oloruntoba says
I am not enjoying this lesson, the teacher is too fast, she does not give enough explanations and she didnt give the  English equivalent of some of the Chinese sentences.
March 28, 2013 Reply
Becky_Chinese Teacher in reply to ifeoluwa.oloruntoba
Hi ifeoluwa.oloruntoba,
Thank you for letting us know. We'll add English equivalents to those Chinese sentences.
Could you tell me which sentence you didn't understand? We'll explain them here.
March 28, 2013 Reply
Juan Antonio says
Hello 
On this chapter in the excersise part there was not a recording on number 3 activities.
Your Chinese lessons are great, Im really learning. 
Have a nice day 
September 5, 2014 Reply
Lisa_eChineseOnline Support in reply to Juan Antonio
Hi Juan,
I have checked the Exercise Part and the recordings work well. May I know which browser you use? 
September 10, 2014 Reply
Juan Antonio in reply to Lisa_eChineseOnline Support
Hello I can use them now maybe it was some kind of error from my browser as you said, thank you for your attentions. 
September 14, 2014 Reply
Lisa_eChineseOnline Support in reply to Juan Antonio
I’m happy to know that they work now. Hope you enjoy. Any questions, please feel free to let me know.
September 15, 2014 Reply
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