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对,“点” use as a verb means "to order." So if you say "你要点什么?," it means "what do you want to order?" And “点儿” is a short form of "一点儿," which means "a little."
Comment by Ellie_Chinese teacher posted on July 16, 2012   4 Comments
谢谢你! If you have any question about learning Chinese, feel free to let me know.
Comment by Ellie_Chinese teacher posted on July 13, 2012   2 Comments
Hi moo84, Thanks for your suggestion! We'll change it today. If you have any more suggestions, please feel free to let us know.
Comment by Ellie_Chinese teacher posted on July 10, 2012   2 Comments
I hope I can see you in Beijing one day. ^_^ So I think you should learn Chinese well first. If you have any questions, please feel free let me know.
Comment by Ellie_Chinese teacher posted on July 2, 2012   4 Comments
Hi Doug, Survival Chinese is designed for people who would come to China in a short time. It's a short-term learning course. If you like this way of teaching, I suggest you to take a look at Beginner Chinese Series. Let me know if you have any other problems.
Comment by Helen Zhang (Chinese Teacher) posted on May 25, 2012   4 Comments
Hi Guillaume, Thanks for letting us know about this. The Pinyin for 2010 should be "èrlíngyīlíng," and 1998 should be "yījiǔjiǔbā." We will correct it as soon as possible. Becky
Comment by Becky_Chinese Teacher posted on April 26, 2012   4 Comments
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.
Comment by Ellie_Chinese teacher posted on April 26, 2012   10 Comments
There isn't like this kind of course now, because it belongs to the field of medical research. And there are some complex Chinese language or some Chinese culture. If you are interested in this, you can look at this link, http://www.meishij.net/jiankang/jinji/167590.html But it is a Chin...
Comment by Ellie_Chinese teacher posted on April 26, 2012   10 Comments
To ask permission, you can also use 可以(kěyǐ). For example, 我(wǒ)可以(kěyǐ)去(qù)厕所(cèsuǒ)吗(ma)? Can I go to the bathroom?
Comment by Becky_Chinese Teacher posted on April 19, 2012   4 Comments
hao. xie xie
Comment by bashodasahn posted on March 30, 2012   5 Comments
Hi, takak. If you want to buy Qípáo, you can go to silk market, in Chinese is "Xiùshuǐ shì chǎng," you can buy cheap and beautiful "qi2pao2" , by the way you should bargain. If you have any questions,please feel free let me know. ^_^
Comment by Ellie_Chinese teacher posted on March 26, 2012   2 Comments
osmanisoon, Thanks again for the note. Is it working now? It does seem to work from what we see. Let me know. Thanks!
Comment by fredrao posted on March 11, 2012   12 Comments
osmanisoon, Thanks for the note. I was able to load it just now. Again, where are you located now? Let us know.
Comment by fredrao posted on March 11, 2012   4 Comments
Hello bashodasahn, I checked out the video and it seems to work well. Is it streaming slowly? Could you tell me where you were located when you watched the video? Does it work now? Let me know if you still have questions or need any help.
Comment by Helen Zhang (Chinese Teacher) posted on March 9, 2012   14 Comments
Hi Takako, 你好(nǐhǎo)! “种(zhǒng)” means type or kind in this lesson. For example, 这(zhè)种(zhǒng)苹果(píngguǒ)很(hěn)好吃(hǎochī)。 This kind of apple is very delicious.
Comment by Helen Zhang (Chinese Teacher) posted on March 2, 2012   2 Comments

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