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// unsigned char *p;
// Map<String,Object> map;
-- SELECT Name FROM ab
-- INNER JOIN cdr ON ab.PhoneNumber=cdr.PhoneNumber
/* pre {font-family: 'Ubuntu Mono';} */
<!-- <pre>&copy; right?</pre> -->
// function f() {}
# echo -e "your message:\n$(fortune)" | \
# gpg -e --clearsign -o - -r your@address.com 
REM if ""%1"" == """" goto default
; exten => 911,1,Answer()
svn commit -m "to be continue"

Sep
24
awarded  Autobiographer
May
7
comment Do 之 and 的 come from the same word?
there's a typo here, 四名大著 --should-be-> 四大名著
May
7
awarded  Commentator
May
7
comment How does “多” work in this describing sentence “多好看啊!”?
This is the correct answer which is so simple, so easy to understand. 简单、 易懂的答案。
Apr
25
comment How do native speakers of Chinese pronounce Latin characters?
I don't pronounce X as . It's so f**king weird to me. So, it's just "some chinese" not "all chinese" who pronounce X as .
Apr
24
comment Can 只有 be used in this context?
Yes you can. not just means "only one of", but also means "only part of". eg: Q:Do you finished cooking? A:No, I 只 cooked vegetable A, vegetable B, meat C, I haven't cooked meat D, vegetable E, and the soup F.
Apr
24
comment What is the best way to learn tones?
interesting 4 sentences with 4 tones
Feb
14
comment How can I translate this correctly into English “今晚怎么意思”
@hippietrail, thanks for your useful tip ^_^
Dec
20
awarded  Teacher
Dec
20
answered Translation help:: How to translate 我们经常会怎么说 into English?
Dec
20
comment How can I translate this correctly into English “今晚怎么意思”
never heard that sentence before. it's may be a typo or a slang in small groups
Jul
4
awarded  Supporter
Jul
4
comment What does 土 mean in this sentence 这个名字有点土?
+1 for "out of fashion", i'm a 土人
Nov
20
comment Is there more than one way to pronounce “knee” in Chinese?
if someone pronounce 纤xiān 维wéi (fiber) as 千qiān 维wéi, then we call him/her 秀才不识字,读半边 (XiuCai can't read, so he read half of the word)
Nov
20
comment Is there more than one way to pronounce “knee” in Chinese?
i don't think Qi1 Gai4 is widely used.
Nov
16
comment “一块” versus “一块儿” in Beijing
you can consider 儿 is something different between British English (Mandarin Chinese) & American English (Beijing dialect) when pronounce 'better'.