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How about going to the bar?

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Instructor:  Ellie
Length:  18:14
Introduction:  Learn useful words and phrases to ask somebody to go to a bar.
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After a long day's work, wouldn't you like to invite someone to go to a bar with you? In this free Chinese lesson, you'll learn some practical expressions for asking others to go to a bar. We'll also give you some information about the bars in Sanlitun – a popular bar district in Beijing –and teach you useful expressions such as unique and to do something with somebody.

regal688 says
meeting in the specilay Chinese Valentine's Day  
August 6, 2011 Reply
Helen Zhang (Chinese Teacher) in reply to regal688
Thanks for your note. 
Is there anything that I can help you with?  

I’m looking forward to hear from you again.

August 15, 2011 Reply
chico says
I like to ask a question please......Where in China do they speak Manderin and where do they speak Kantonees??
September 21, 2011 Reply
Helen Zhang (Chinese Teacher) in reply to chico
Hi Chico,

Mandarin Chinese is the official language of China. It is spoken throughout China, while Cantonese is a dialect spoken mostly in Guangdong province.
If you have any questions related to Chinese, please feel free to let me know.
September 23, 2011 Reply
eddie says
Thx so much Ellie for the review, much appreciated. How about if i say, Shenme Shihou qu...replacing it with ni ji dian chufa....Also, Women qu Sanlitun hao ma? does it tally or means the same . Look forward to hear from you soon.
November 17, 2011 Reply
Ellie_Chinese teacher in reply to eddie
Eddie, Nǐ hǎo! Very good question! "Shenme shihou" means when, you can say "Ni shenme shihou qu someplace?" means when do you go to somewhere. "Ji dian" literally means which o’clock. And the answer will be the exact time, 2 o'clock or 3o'clock? You can say "Ni ji dian qu someplace?" "Chufa" means to set out. We often say "Ni shenme shihou /ji dian chufa?" They are the same. But there is no place word after "chufa." "Women qu Sanlitun hao ma?" means shall we go to Sanlitun? 
Do I make myself understood? Hahaha! I hope so!

November 18, 2011 Reply
idaliren says
Ellie laoshi ni hao! You, chinese speak very fast!!! Suoyi... It would be helpfull for me to know shenme shuo:
"Qing wen... can you speak slowly?" (blush)
"Duibuqi! I don't understand, can you repeat?" (blush)

Thanks ;-)

April 19, 2012 Reply
Ellie_Chinese teacher in reply to idaliren
Qing wen... can you speak slowly?"You can say: Qǐngwèn kěyǐ shuō màn yìdiǎn ma?
"Duibuqi! I don't understand, can you repeat?" you can say: Wǒ bù dǒng, nǐ kěyǐ zài shuō yí cì ma?
By the way, can you tell me how long you learned Chinese. 
April 19, 2012 Reply
idaliren in reply to Ellie_Chinese teacher
I started studying chinese around 3 month ago...
Few days ago I watched a chinese movie (with english subs), but I could hardly get few words because you chinese speak very fast to me :'(''''

But, as for every new stuff, it's just a matter of time and application... just have to be patient and keep on learning... ;-) Ciao
April 21, 2012 Reply
Ellie_Chinese teacher in reply to idaliren
You should keep learning, you will make progress.
By the way: you said that you just studying Chinese 3 months, I recommend you watch our other videos, maybe you will make progress quickly. Like "Day Day up"  "Crazy Grammar" "Big Bang Vocab" I think these are suitable for you.
April 26, 2012 Reply
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