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Hi Juan Antonio, We have fixed it. Please check it out.
Comment by Helen Zhang (Chinese Teacher) posted on October 23, 2014   6 Comments
Hi Juan Antonio, Thank you for your good question. 找(zhǎo) here means to give change. We often say"找(zhǎo) someone some money." For example, if you want to buy a book which cost $29. You give the shop keeper $30. The shop keeper will give you the change, $1. In Chinese, "give you the change, $1" is...
Comment by Helen Zhang (Chinese Teacher) posted on September 22, 2014   8 Comments
Hi, Thank you for letting us know about this. You are right, the answer should be Option C. Now we have fixed it.
Comment by Helen Zhang (Chinese Teacher) posted on September 22, 2014   2 Comments
I’m happy to know that they work now. Hope you enjoy. Any questions, please feel free to let me know.
Comment by Lisa_eChineseOnline Support posted on September 15, 2014   11 Comments
Ok. I checked it using Google Chrome, it worked. You can try to clear the cookies if you have this problem next time. Hope you enjoy the lessons!
Comment by Lisa_eChineseOnline Support posted on August 1, 2014   39 Comments
Hi Antonio, One of our Academic Coordinators will contact you shortly and help you get ready for a free trial lesson. Hope you will enjoy the lesson. :)
Comment by Lisa_eChineseOnline Support posted on July 14, 2014   1 Comment
Hello LRMad, You can sign in your account, and click the button "Watch" on the top to watch the video lessons on Pinyin. Here is the link of the website. http://www.dongyu.com/chinese-lessons/newbie
Comment by Lisa_eChineseOnline Support posted on June 9, 2014   1 Comment
Hello Raihan Ali, I checked out the videos and they seem to work well. Could you tell me where you were located when you watched the videos? Do they work now? You can contact us via Skype on support_eChineseOnline. We will try our best to help you on this problem.
Comment by Lisa_eChineseOnline Support posted on June 9, 2014   1 Comment
Hello Peter, Thank you for your questions. I checked out the videos and they seem to work well. Could you tell me where you were located when you watched the videos? Do they work now? You can contact us via Skype on support_eChineseOnline. We will try our best to help you on this problem.
Comment by Lisa_eChineseOnline Support posted on May 13, 2014   14 Comments
Hi Maria, Sorry for the late reply. We were out of the office for the Spring Festival. Now we are back! And we are still available to help online from 8.am to 5 p.m. on weekdays (Beijing Time). Please feel free to have a live chat with me. :)
Comment by Lisa_eChineseOnline Support posted on February 7, 2014   3 Comments
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Comment by david1688zheng posted on October 20, 2013   24 Comments
Yes, mostly there are no problems with the videos. Thank you for effort .
Comment by sergey53 posted on October 1, 2013   40 Comments
Hi suilian16, 你喜欢旅游吗?
Comment by Becky_Chinese Teacher posted on March 28, 2013   2 Comments
你好 moo84, 谢谢你。 样品 which is translated as sample in this lesson, are a small quantity of products that show the customer what are your products like. So I think the word “demo unit” could also translate to 样品 in Chinese. Please feel free to let me know if you have any other questions.
Comment by Ellie_Chinese teacher posted on July 20, 2012   2 Comments
These two words both means to get the check and pay for it in a restaurant. And we also use 结帐 in some other situations, for example pay for the bill in a supermarket or pay for the bill when check out a hotel. But 买单 is only used in restaurants.
Comment by Ellie_Chinese teacher posted on July 18, 2012   2 Comments

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