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

    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 [Grammar] Asking Yes / No Questions in Mandarin Chinese   

    There are two ways to ask yes / no questions in Mandarin: with the “ma” particle, or by using a positive / negative sentence structure.
    2016-04-27 10:35,1 Comments grammar Chinese
  3. False [Grammar] Chinese grammar: Expressing any with 任何renhe   

    任何 is a modifier that means means "any" or "whichever, whatsoever". It is also like the English phrase "any and all, no matter what"
    2015-12-05 06:30, grammar grammars
  4. False [Grammar] Usage of Chinese Number   

    Chinese grammar requires the use of classifiers (measure words) when a numeral is used together with a noun to express a quantity. For example, "three people" (三个人sān ge rén),
    2015-08-30 23:23, numbers chinese
  5. False [Grammar] Chinese grammar: Positive adjectives with "-ji le"极了   

    Just as 死了 can be used to intensify negative adjectives, 极了 (jíle) can be used to intensify positive adjectives.This is used in spoken, colloquial Chinese.
    2015-05-15 09:00, Grammar grammars
  6. False [Grammar] Chinese grammar: Negative adjectives with "-si le"死了   

    We might say things in English like "you scared me to death!". One way to intensify negative adjectives is to put 死了 (sǐle) after them. To express the opposite you would use 极了.
    2015-04-14 09:00, Grammar grammars
  7. False [Grammar] Chinese grammar: Indicating the whole with "quan"全   

    One of the uses of 全 (quán) is to indicate the entirety of something. It could be used for something like a whole household, an entire country, the whole world, etc.
    2015-04-13 09:00, Grammar grammars
  8. False [Grammar] Chinese grammar:Adjectives with "name" and "zheme"   

    In Chinese, 那么 (nàme) and 这么 (zhème) serve the same function.All you have to do to use this grammar structure is put the 那么 or 这么 in front of the adjective.
    2015-03-12 09:00, Grammar grammars
  9. False [Grammar] Chinese Grammar learning: 都 ...了   

    "都……了" (dōu le) is used to express that something has already happened, similar to "已经……了".
    2015-02-05 11:00, grammar grammars
  10. False [Grammar] Chinese Grammar learning:V + Number + MW   

    When a verb is done more than once, it also requires a measure word to accompany it. This way the measure word is acting as a way to count the frequency or re-occurrence of an action.
    2015-02-04 10:00, grammar grammars
  11. False [Grammar] Chinese Grammar learning: Number + 多   

    A number in excess of a certain amount is expressed by adding "多" (duō) to the end of a number. This is usually translated as "more than" in English.
    2015-02-03 10:00, grammar grammars
  12. False [Grammar] Chinese Grammar learning: ...之一   

    之一 is one of those grammar that really gives your Chinese some polish. Using with confidence makes your Chinese sound great! Learn how to use it properly in this article.
    2015-02-01 09:00, grammar grammars
  13. False [Grammar] Chinese Grammar learning: V + 下去   

    下去 (xiàqù) is one of the most often heard result complements. Master how to use it with this article!
    2015-01-31 10:00, grammar grammars
  14. False [Grammar] Chinese Grammar learning: V + 起来   

    起来 (qǐlái) comes up very frequently in Chinese and can be used both literally and figuratively. This is a little like the usage of "up" in English which can be used literally, as in "stand up
    2015-01-30 10:00, grammar grammars
  15. False [Grammar] Chinese Grammar learning: V + 好   

    One of the most often used result complements is 好 (hǎo). It implies that something is complete or done well.
    2015-01-29 09:00, grammar grammars
  16. False [Grammar] Chinese Grammar learning: V + 错   

    Everyone makes mistakes, especially when you start learning Chinese. Learn how to use the result complement 错 (cuò) to express making mistakes!
    2015-01-28 10:00, grammar grammars
  17. False [Grammar] Chinese Grammar learning: V + 不下   

    Another great potential complement is 不下 (bùxià).
    2015-01-27 11:00, grammar grammars
  18. False [Grammar] Chinese Grammar learning: V + 不动   

    This is a potential complement that expresses you "can't do something." Don't confuse it with 不懂 as explained in The "-bu dong" (don't understand) Potential Complement.
    2015-01-26 12:00, grammar grammars
  19. False [Grammar] Chinese Grammar learning: V + 得 / 不⋯⋯   

    Verbs can take potential complements that indicate whether or not the action is actually possible. They are useful in Chinese to say if an action can take place.
    2015-01-25 13:00, grammar grammars
  20. False [Grammar] Chinese Grammar learning: V/Adj + 得…   

    In this article, we take a look at how we use 得 (de) to help describe an action. It is one of the characters that often gets confused with 的 and 地, since they could be pronounced as a neutral
    2015-01-24 11:00, grammar grammars
  21. False [Grammar] Chinese Grammar learning: V + 到 / 给 / 在⋯⋯   

    One kind of complement in Chinese involves putting 到, 给 or 在 after the verb. These are used to indicate direction, target and location, respectively.
    2015-01-23 11:00, grammar grammars

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