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How many people are there in your family?

Lesson Information
Instructor:  Becky
Length:  23:54
Introduction:  Learn to introduce family members and count numbers in Chinese.
 
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Discussion
Can you introduce all your family members in Chinese? In this beginner Chinese lesson, you will learn to say your daughter is very cute, dad, mom, wife, and more. Also, you will learn how to count numbers through this beginner Chinese lesson.


Comments
Alice says
This’s a great video, please add many more video because this very very important for someone to speak and learning Chinese, thx very very much..
October 28, 2011 Reply
Helen Zhang (Chinese Teacher) in reply to Alice
Thanks for your support. If you are interested in learning more, please pay attention to our new lesson notice via email. Hope you enjoy.
October 28, 2011 Reply
Yinjang in reply to Helen Zhang (Chinese Teacher)
whick new notice miss Helen?
December 31, 2011 Reply
guillermo says
Great lesson, with it  I feel i can improve my chinese.  By the way, what is the difference between 汉语 and 中文 ?
December 24, 2011 Reply
Becky_Chinese Teacher in reply to guillermo
汉语 usually indicates what language we are speaking in. 中文 usually refers to written words. For example, we usually say 中文报纸(Chinese newspaper), but rarely say 汉语报纸. However, the difference between them is very little; they are interchangeable in casual language. You can say "我正在学中文"or" 我正在学汉语" both are correct.
December 30, 2011 Reply
Yinjang in reply to Becky_Chinese Teacher
Ni hao Becky Xiaojie! Nin hen youming! Wo ai ni! Wo shi Bajisitanren! I am 13 years old~ Wo yi guniang! 
I hope you under stand !!!!!!!!
December 31, 2011 Reply
Becky_Chinese Teacher in reply to Yinjang
Xièxie Yinjang.  You are a girl, right?  So you need to say: "Wǒ shì yí gè gūniang." Don't forget the verb and measure.  :) 
January 5, 2012 Reply
Girl9987 says
Ah Why these videos aren't opening?
January 2, 2012 Reply
Helen Zhang (Chinese Teacher) in reply to Girl9987
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. Please have a try again.
If you have any further questions, or if you are still unable to access the video, please let me know.
January 4, 2012 Reply
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