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  1. False [Brief Intro] Mandarin Numbers   

    The best way of learning is by doing. Start counting things you encounter in your everyday life in Mandarin, such as the number of steps in the stairs, how much time there's left before you get o
    2017-04-10 17:17, grammar
  2. False [Brief Intro] Mandarin Chinese Greetings   

    The proper use of Mandarin Chinese greetings can pave the way for establishing good relationships.
    2017-04-10 17:16, grammar
  3. False [Brief Intro] Mandarin Vocabulary   

    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.
    2017-04-09 17:15, grammar
  4. False [Brief Intro] Chinese Measure Words   

    Measure words are very important in Chinese grammar as they are needed before every noun.
    2017-04-09 17:14, grammar
  5. False [Brief Intro] Chinese Pronouns   

    There are just a few pronouns in Mandarin Chinese, and unlike many European languages, there are no subject / verb agreements to worry about.
    2017-04-08 17:13, grammar
  6. False [Brief Intro] Mandarin Chinese Sentence Structure   

    Mandarin Chinese sentence structure is quite different than English or other European languages.
    2017-04-08 17:11, grammar
  7. False [Brief Intro] Write Chinese Characters Using Pinyin and Microsoft's New Phonetic Input Method   

    When your computer is prepared for Chinese characters you will be able to write Chinese characters using the input method of your choice.
    2017-04-07 17:08, pinyin
  8. False [Brief Intro] A guide to Pinyin traps and pitfalls: Learn Mandarin pronunciation   

    Audio clips are very useful for developing your pronunciation and listening skills.
    2017-04-07 17:06, pinyin
  9. False [Brief Intro] Tips on Mandarin Chinese Pronunciation   

    One of the first steps in learning Mandarin Chinese is becoming accustomed to the language's pronunciation.
    2017-04-06 17:05, pinyin
  10. False [Brief Intro] Learn to Speak and Read Mandarin Chinese   

    Interested in learning Mandarin Chinese? You’re not alone. Mandarin is one of the most popular languages for business, travel, and pleasure.
    2017-04-06 17:03, mandarin
  11. False [Pronunciation] How to Say and Write "You" in Chinese   

    From a simple greeting to forming complex sentences, learning the Chinese character for "you" is integral to conversing in Chinese.
    2017-04-05 17:02, pinyin
  12. False [Pronunciation] Why Mandarin Chinese is harder than you think   

    Mandarin Chinese is often described as a difficult language, sometimes one of the most difficult ones.
    2017-04-05 17:00, mandarin
  13. False [Brief Intro] Why Mandarin Chinese is easier than you think   

    Mandarin Chinese is often described as a difficult language, sometimes one of the most difficult ones.
    2017-04-04 16:58, mandarin
  14. False [Brief Intro] The neutral tone in Mandarin Chinese   

    Mandarin Chinese is a tonal language, meaning that the pitch contour of a syllable influences the meaning of that word.
    2017-04-04 16:56, pinyin
  15. False [Brief Intro] The Mandarin Tone System   

    The Mandarin language has a fundamental difference from Western languages: it is tonal. Tones are one of the biggest challenges for Mandarin learners, but their mastery is essential.
    2017-04-03 16:54, pinyin
  16. False [Brief Intro] The Four Mandarin Chinese Tones   

    Tones are an essential part of proper pronunciation. In Mandarin Chinese, many characters have the same sound. Therefore tones are necessary when speaking Chinese in order to differentiate words
    2017-04-03 16:53, pinyin
  17. False [Brief Intro] Pinyin Romanization to Learn Mandarin   

    Pinyin is a Romanization system used to learn Mandarin. It transcribes the sounds of Mandarin using the western (Roman) alphabet.
    2017-04-02 16:52, pinyin
  18. False [Brief Intro] The Basics About Chinese Characters   

    There are over 80,000 Chinese characters, but most of them are seldom used today.
    2017-04-02 16:49, character
  19. False [Brief Intro] Why Learn Mandarin?   

    Mandarin is “too hard” to learn, right? Despite this widely-held belief, millions of people are studying Mandarin Chinese as a second language.
    2017-04-01 16:44, mandarin
  20. False [Brief Intro] History of Mandarin Chinese   

    Mandarin Chinese is the official language of Mainland China and Taiwan, and it's one of the official languages of Singapore and the United Nations. It is the most widely-spoken language in the wo
    2017-04-01 16:41, mandarin
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