I have long thought that prepositions are the most annoying feature of English for students of that language. Why is it “in the night city of time”? Why am I “in the house” but “at home”? Why is “of example” wrong, but “by way of example” is correct?
So how to translate different conceptions of the English verb “to think” into Chinese? I don’t claim to have entirely resolved it, but this is how I, well, think about it.
We are going to start by introducing several common responses to the greeting “How are you?.” Once you have mastered the unit, you will be able to use Chinese to reply to the question and inquire about how someone is.
One of the most important tasks in becoming truly fluent in a language is to pronounce its sounds properly.
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教学内容：太+Adj+了／Adj+一点／相关 Adj(6-8 个)
所需时间：约 50 分钟
Learning Chinese might end up being the most difficult and challenging thing I’ve ever done. I’ve been at it a year now and I speak Chinese like a … well, a one year old.
教学内容：颜色(6 种)／衣裤(6-8 种)／看起来+Adj／可以+VO 吗?
Here is a song for you to learn about friendship. (pinyin subtitles included)
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In this piece I share some thoughts on Christmas (圣诞节 Shèngdànjié) and New Year’s (新年xīnnián) in Taiwan.