Hi, I'm looking for a software to learn Chinese easier. I wonder if there is one where I can type in a Chinese word (from the HSK list for example) and I can then listen to example sentences containing that word spoken by native speakers. Does a…Continue
Hi Can someone help how do we learn chinese characters and remember them please writing them down over and over and reading please should i carry on learning pinyin.ThanksPieterContinue
This is a topic designed for New Members.There are no wrong answers - just add a comment below with the name and a link to the app site or to itunes letting people know what Chinese app you are using the most. Or you can just comment about one that…Continue
As we know, there's no other way to memorize chinese chars except the brute force way, which is keep memorizing. I wonder if there's any better method?So far this android app helps me memorize chinese characters really fast, > 100 chars in a…Continue
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I have watched 33 Chinese movies so far in my unusual quest to learn Mandarin, and I would highly recommend 11 of them: Hero, Journey to the West, Dragon (Wu xia), Shower, House of Flying Daggers, Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon, Shanghai Triad, The…Continue
Hello friends, I need help translating this, I don't know a word of chinese and they have told me that this seems to be chinese. I bought this and I want to know what does it means, please help!you can find the images attached to this message1) …Continue
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Does anyone know of any online exercises which will help me practise grammar - preferably with answers so I can check I have things right? For instance, past aspect sentences which I can translate from English into Chinese. I would like the…Continue
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Learning a new language is always a fun challenge. There are varying ways a learner can embark upon a language course, whether they are a complete beginner or have previous knowledge. How do you know which style of learning is for you? Here's the…Continue
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A May 29, 2014 article over at "The World of Chinese" Internet Site by Keoni Everington (华武杰) does a good job of scratching the surface of the baffling differences between Taiwan Mandarin and Beijing Mandarin. ( It may be relatively baffling…Continue
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