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  1. True [PINNED] Get a 20 Hours Free Chinese/Mandarin Course Online Now   

    Hujiang
    An E-mail application can help you to get more than a 20 hours Free Chinese/Mandarin Course Online. Let's have a try.
    2013-05-22 17:09,20 Comments Free chinese chinese online
  2. False [Brief Intro] Mama Huhu, Saying "So-so; Mediocre" in Mandarin Chinese   

    culture
    The rules of etiquette in Chinese culture state that compliments must be rejected.
    2017-04-30 18:27,1 Comments speaking
  3. False [Brief Intro] How to Say and Write "You" in Chinese   

    culture
    From a simple greeting to forming complex sentences, learning the Chinese character for "you" is integral to conversing in Chinese.
    2017-04-30 17:46, speaking
  4. False [Brief Intro] Piao Liang, Saying "Beautiful" in Mandarin Chinese   

    culture
    The appreciation of beauty is a universal trait, and provides an engaging topic of conversation.
    2017-04-29 18:23, speaking
  5. False [Brief Intro] Neng, Keyi, Hui   

    culture
    One of the difficulties when translating from one language to another is that certain words can have more than meaning.
    2017-04-29 17:50, speaking
  6. False [Brief Intro] Laoban - Daily Mandarin Lesson   

    culture
    Titles are important in Chinese culture, and they are used more frequently than in most Western countries. One good example of this is that titles can be used to address people, which you might b
    2017-04-28 17:49, speaking
  7. False [Brief Intro] Daily Mandarin Lesson: "Because" in Chinese   

    culture
    Learning how to say "because" in Chinese will expand your vocabulary by enabling you to answer questions.
    2017-04-28 17:46, speaking
  8. False [Brief Intro] Two Tigers   

    culture
    Two Tigers is a Chinese children's song about two tigers who are running fast. One of them is running without ears and the other one without a tail.
    2017-04-27 17:48, speaking
  9. False [Brief Intro] The Potential Complement DE   

    culture
    There are three DE particles used in Mandarin Chinese: the possessive de (的), the adverbial , and the potential complement de (得).
    2017-04-27 17:47, speaking
  10. False [Brief Intro] Answering the Question "Can You Speak Chinese?"   

    culture
    Be sure to practice your Mandarin Chinese every chance you get. With just a few words and phrases, you can have a simple conversation with a native speaker.
    2017-04-26 17:21, speaking
  11. False [Brief Intro] Chinese Vocabulary: Restaurant Dining   

    culture
    Chinese food is popular world-wide, but nothing beats the real deal.
    2017-04-26 16:40, speaking
  12. False [Brief Intro] Travel Vocabulary   

    culture
    Traveling abroad, whether for business or pleasure, is a wonderful way to expand your horizons.
    2017-04-25 16:44, speaking
  13. False [Brief Intro] Chinese Punctuation Marks   

    culture
    Chinese punctuation marks are used to organize and clarify written Chinese. Chinese punctuation marks are similar in function to English punctuation marks, but sometimes differ in form.
    2017-04-25 16:37, speaking
  14. False [Brief Intro] "hello" in Mandarin Chinese   

    culture
    In the previous lesson we learned how to say "hello" in Mandarin Chinese. Here are some other common greetings. Audio links are marked with .
    2017-04-24 15:27, speaking
  15. False [Brief Intro] Mandarin Vocabulary   

    culture
    Mandarin does not have specific words for saying “yes” and “no.” Instead, the verb which is used in the Mandarin question is used to make a positive or negative reply.
    2017-04-24 14:54, speaking
  16. False [Brief Intro] How to Say and Write "I" in Chinese   

    culture
    An early form of 我 showed two spears crossing. This symbol evolved into its present form over time. Depicting a hand holding a spear, the Chinese character for "I" is a symbol of ego assertion a
    2017-04-23 14:52, speaking
  17. False [Brief Intro] Phrases for Ordering Food   

    culture
    When you are visiting China or Taiwan, you will have lots of opportunities to sample the local cuisine. Since food is a national passion, there are restaurants and food stalls almost everywhere.
    2017-04-23 14:51, speaking
  18. False [Brief Intro] Mandarin Future Using Yao and Hui   

    culture
    The two auxiliary verbs, yào and huì, can be used for talking about the future in the sense of "going to do something" or "intending to do something."
    2017-04-22 14:50, speaking
  19. False [Brief Intro] Transportation   

    culture
    Learn the names of common vehicles and modes of transportation in Mandarin Chinese.
    2017-04-21 18:03, speaking
  20. False [Brief Intro] Answering the Question "Can You Speak Chinese?"   

    culture
    When starting a conversation in Chinese, you may need to explain your level of Mandarin Chinese so that your conversation partner knows what to expect.
    2017-04-21 14:42, speaking
  21. False [Brief Intro] Airport Vocabulary List   

    culture
    Mandarin Chinese vocabulary related to the airport. Audio clips aid in Mandarin pronunciation, and animated Chinese characters show the proper stroke order of each airport vocabulary item.
    2017-04-20 17:58, speaking

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