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Comment by budaki56 posted on February 25, 2012   2 Comments
Hi Tamaren, Not exactly. “Want” means “要, 想要.” “Would like” means “想要, 愿意” The difference between them is that "want" is direct and simple, while "would like" is suitable for requests and wishes. “Would like” is more polite. So the difference between these two phrases differs from that of “想” and “想...
Comment by Helen Zhang (Chinese Teacher) posted on February 20, 2012   4 Comments
Hi Damien, No problem. Let me know if you still encounter the problem. I’ll be glad to help out.
Comment by Helen Zhang (Chinese Teacher) posted on February 20, 2012   3 Comments
Hi hikehawk, Sure. Here are two links that you can choose from: Sougou Pinyin: http://pinyin.sogou.com/ Click the green button to download the program. Google Pinyin Input Method: http://www.google.com/intl/zh-CN/ime/pinyin/ You can click the blue button to download the program.
Comment by Helen Zhang (Chinese Teacher) posted on February 16, 2012   6 Comments
Hello, everybody, I am Becky. Some of our students recently suggested that we slow down the tempo of our videos and that the instructor should also speak slower when speaking Chinese. I wonder if you could share your thoughts on this issue so that we could adjust our teaching approach accordingl...
Comment by Becky_Chinese Teacher posted on February 15, 2012   0 Comment
No problem. Glad to hear that it works well. Hope you enjoy our video lessons. “路上小心 (lùshang xiǎoxīn)” or “当心 (dāng xīn)” are the Chinese characters for "take care." We have a video lesson to explain how to use this phrase. You can find it by clicking this link: http://www.echineseonline.com/chine...
Comment by Helen Zhang (Chinese Teacher) posted on February 13, 2012   16 Comments
Hi Takako, 谢谢(xièxiè)。Thanks. In Chinese, "What time is it now?" is "现在(xiànzài)几点(jǐdiǎn)?" And more politely, you can say,"请问(qǐngwèn),现在(xiànzài)几点(jǐdian)?"
Comment by Helen Zhang (Chinese Teacher) posted on February 7, 2012   4 Comments
Hi~ I’m glad that you love our videos. We are making new video lessons. Just stay tuned!
Comment by Helen Zhang (Chinese Teacher) posted on February 6, 2012   8 Comments
Hello Scotty, Thanks for the note and good questions. Let me think about your questions and I will get back to you on next Monday. Talk soon!
Comment by Becky_Chinese Teacher posted on February 3, 2012   1 Comment
You are welcome. Any questions, just feel free to let me know.
Comment by Helen Zhang (Chinese Teacher) posted on February 2, 2012   3 Comments
Glad to hear that. Any further questions, feel free to contact us. Thanks for your greetings. Good luck to you~
Comment by Minna posted on January 29, 2012   3 Comments
Xièxie Yinjang. You are a girl, right? So you need to say: "Wǒ shì yí gè gūniang." Don't forget the verb and measure. :)
Comment by Becky_Chinese Teacher posted on January 5, 2012   9 Comments
明白! 请多关照。
Comment by zhangjinbin posted on December 20, 2011   3 Comments
Fujian food or "Min Cai" is also one of the renowned "Eight Cuisines" in China. It's particularly famous for its great variety of soups and the locally made wonton and meatballs which offer a rare treat. Personally, I recommend you try "fó tiào qiáng," or "Buddha Jumps Over the Wall." Swimming in th...
Comment by Helen Zhang (Chinese Teacher) posted on December 14, 2011   2 Comments
Hi Bond, Happy to hear from you again! There are six membership plans that you can choose from. The way you pay for the membership is based on the membership plan you have chosen. If you choose a Month-to-Month Membership, the membership fee (US$9.99) will be charged to your account on a monthly bas...
Comment by Lisa_eChineseOnline Support posted on November 24, 2011   3 Comments

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