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Apr
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comment How to say “tricks” in Chinese? As in “Snowboarding Tricks”?
@Taylor I would go for "滑雪板花式".
Apr
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Apr
28
comment What is the difference between 列车 and 火车
That's generally correct, but their usage is more conventional than following hard rules. Ironically Kowloon-Canton Railway in Hong Kong was called 電氣化火車 (electric train), possibly because it is literally 火車 (on steam engine) before the electrification.
Apr
28
answered Is there any difference between 冰淇淋 and 冰激凌
Apr
28
revised Learn Chinese Step 3: Vocabulary Building. Is it the same way to memorize Chinese vocabulary as it is to memorize English vocabulary?
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answered Learn Chinese Step 3: Vocabulary Building. Is it the same way to memorize Chinese vocabulary as it is to memorize English vocabulary?
Apr
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revised what are the different and usage between 已 and 己
correct answer
Apr
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Apr
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comment Chinese computer vocabulary, and most frequently encountered common computer terms
@Stan IMO it's worth putting the link as an answer.
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comment Why isn't 四 four lines? (the origin of 一 二 三 四 五 六 七 八 九)
The site you referenced is AWESOME!!!
Sep
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revised Learning how to use measure / count words properly
灯管 should not be translated to lightbulb
Sep
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revised How to say “giving someone the benefit of the doubt” in Chinese?
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Sep
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comment Learning how to use measure / count words properly
台 can also be used as a measure word for 車.
Sep
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comment Learning how to use measure / count words properly
@stumpy-joe-pete did a great job in summarizing the list of measure words in chinese. But this is a language sense as ns-x said, native children learn this by trial and error.
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Aug
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comment How to say “giving someone the benefit of the doubt” in Chinese?
@StumpyJoePete Thanks. Glad to help people interested in Chinese here. I've learn something from these questions as well.
Aug
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