How old is your child?

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Instructor:  Becky
Length:  22:26
Introduction:  Learn to introduce family members and count numbers in Chinese.
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In this Chinese lesson, you will learn how to inquire and answer about one's age, learn basic numbers, learn about culture etiquette and ask others’ occupations. Learn useful Chinese phrases such as how old are you, before and busy.

chico says
What is going on?? I cannot follow my lessons, the page does not open, can you help me with this problem????
September 22, 2011 Reply
Lisa_eChineseOnline Support in reply to chico
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September 23, 2011 Reply
Girl9987 in reply to Lisa_eChineseOnline Support
Why the pages 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.
If you have any further questions, or if you are still unable to access the video, please let me know.
January 4, 2012 Reply
Girl9987 says
What does shenme means?
January 3, 2012 Reply
Helen Zhang (Chinese Teacher) in reply to Girl9987
Hi Girl9987,

Shenme means "what".
July 23, 2015 Reply
songan says
I think 大夫 should read tafu, not taifu as in the lesson.
July 23, 2015 Reply
Helen Zhang (Chinese Teacher) in reply to songan
Hi Songan,

When “大夫” is used to refer to “doctor”, its pronunciation should be “dài fū”. When “大夫” is pronounced as “dà fū”, it refers to senior official in feudal China.
July 23, 2015 Reply
songan in reply to Helen Zhang (Chinese Teacher)
Thanks for your prompt reply.
July 24, 2015 Reply
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