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Instructor:  Becky
Length:  13:27
Introduction:  Useful Expressions and KTV cultures in China.
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You have heard about how popular Karaoke (KTV) is in China. In this Mandarin course, your teacher will introduce to you some useful expressions used at a KTV and some of the most popular KTV songs in China. You will also become familiar with the structural auxiliary word “得 (de).”

Wei item says
use the word"xing" or "hao" to express "yes".which one is more popularly use in mandarin     行                好
July 27, 2011 Reply
Becky_Chinese Teacher in reply to Wei item
Hi Wei item,
Thank you for your question. 
In fact, it is hard to say which one is more popular. But there are two slight differences between them:
If you just agree with someone, you agree that something can be done a certain way, you can answer with “xíng.” If you quite agree with  someone, you think something not only can be done, but is also a good idea, a good suggestion, you can  answer with “hǎo.”

If you talk to your supervisor, using “hǎo” is more polite.

Wish your Chinese will get better and better. 
July 29, 2011 Reply
osmanisoon says
there is a prolbem, I cann't open this video lesson and other lessons since week ago, please some one solve this issue,

March 11, 2012 Reply
fredrao in reply to osmanisoon

Thanks for the note. I was able to load it just now. Again, where are you located now? Let us know. 
March 11, 2012 Reply
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