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那我们就 赶紧 去这个博物馆吧！ （Nà wǒmen gǎnjǐn qù zhège bówùguǎn ba） - We should quickly go to the museum now. 赶 gǎn：to catch up; to overtake; to hurry; to rush; to drive away 紧 jǐn：tight; strict; close at hand; near; urgent; tense; hard up; short of money; to tighten 赶紧：hurriedly; without delay
Fred Gaisberg of EMI made the first Chinese audio recordings 1903-03-18/1903-03-27 in Shanghai. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HJ0KBEz23j4 https://vimeo.com/100191126 http://www.recordingpioneers.com/docs/GAISBERG_DIARIES_2.pdf http://adp.library.ucsb.edu/index.php/resources/detail/378
For example, you can go to Forvo.com. (You can find the Chinese section at this address; on the right you see the top users that provided most audios.) It's a huge database of words, characters, expressions in any language provided by users. The good thing is there's a lot of stuff, but the down-side is that although some users provided many audios (so you ...
mdbg.net Each of the words you look up in the dictionary there comes complete with an audio recording.
There's an animation named "喜洋洋和灰太狼" might give you a little help. It is usually for Chinese children at 3-4 years old when they start to learn the Chinese. I am a chinese native speaker, if you have any other problem,I'm glad to help.
Try 新闻酸菜馆 For some reasons, mainland Chinese do not have much existence on podcast, but you can find tons of fine broadcasts on another app, 荔枝FM (you have to search in Chinese with that though.).
if you want to listen to separated 聲母(initial consonant) and 韻母(simple vowel), I would suggest this swf from here https://www.mdnkids.com/BoPoMo/BoPoMo.swf This material is made by 國語日報 from Taiwan. Just click those symbols (left 16 are vowels, right 21 are consonant) and you can listen to it. The tone of Taiwan Mandarin is a little bit different from that ...
mp3.baidu.com is a music downloading site as far as I know... If you are looking for professional Mandarin recording of selective Chinese articles (includes Lu Xun's article sometimes), I would suggest the Yuedu.FM. BTW, VeryCD is no longer a file-sharing site anymore because of copyright issue, and all download links has since been removed. However, the ...
Another web site is http://www.iciba.com where you can find not only the pronunciation of Chinese characters and words, but also their meaning in English and Chinese. Update This site has real person readings, but unfortunately the site is totally in Chinese: http://www.caca8.net/zi/py/ — single characters http://www.caca8.net/ci/ — words http://...
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