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Chinese Measure Words Phrase Patterns

Posted on September 6, 2012 at 4:30pm 7 Comments

Chinese measure words To most Chinese language learners, measure wordsare sure to be a challenge as there is no such thing in English. But in mandarin Chinese, to define the quantity, one must use both the numbers and the measure words.


Say, 一外国人(yī gè wài guó rén) – a foreigner, 一书(yī běn shū) – a book, 一烟(yī bāo yān) – a packet of cigarettes,…


High frequency Chinese - How to be 'okay with anything' 'casual' or 'thoughtless' in Mandarin - 随便 suí biàn explained

Posted on August 1, 2012 at 2:00pm 17 Comments

This post is about a Chinese phrase which is frequently used in daily life, especially in such context as someone does not or cannot make a choice. For example, when deciding what to eat for lunch, I always feel hard to make a choice. The dishes seem always the same every day. It makes no difference of eating which one. So the answer we made most of the time is …


Mandarin Tone Change Rules Explained

Posted on July 27, 2012 at 3:00pm 9 Comments

Someone from a Chinese learning forum asked me a question about tone changes in Pinyin the other day. Honestly, I was really shocked when I saw the question. I searched very hard from my limited memory of the Chinese lessons in primary school, and failed to get even a clue of tone changing. As a native speaker, I have no knowledge on this part. But…

Learn the Chinese Hand Gestures for Numbers - Image

Posted on July 20, 2012 at 5:00pm 4 Comments

A friend once told me a funny story about himself ordering in a Chinese restaurant. He just started Chinese learning then, and did not know how to say the numbers in Chinese. He wanted to eat fish. And the waiter asked how many fish he needed (服务员问他要几条鱼 fú wù yuán wèn tā yào jǐ tiáo yú). So he held out two fingers – the thumb (拇指 mǔ zhǐ) and the forefinger (食指 shízhǐ) of his right…


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