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revised Resources for learning Mandarin Chinese
removing Outspoken as it is no longer available
Jun
2
revised What does this structure (有 … 才有 …) mean?
cleaned up the question
Jun
2
suggested approved edit on What does this structure (有 … 才有 …) mean?
Jun
2
comment Pinyin to Chinese characters
@PeterOlson you're right, sorry. I fixed it.
Jun
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revised Pinyin to Chinese characters
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Jun
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answered Pinyin to Chinese characters
May
26
revised Rhyming in modern Mandarin
qi and ci do not rhyme
May
26
suggested approved edit on Rhyming in modern Mandarin
May
26
comment Rhyming in modern Mandarin
@倪阔乐 The link is correct but your example of "qi" and "ci" is not correct -- they do not rhyme. For example, here: blog.sina.com.cn/s/blog_492faa8f0100e80c.html 七 and 刺 are in different categories (十、希奇 and 十一、诗词).
Apr
14
revised 道德經 (Dao De Jing): 「五味令人口爽」 translation
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Apr
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suggested approved edit on 道德經 (Dao De Jing): 「五味令人口爽」 translation
Sep
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Sep
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revised Resources for learning Mandarin Chinese
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Sep
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comment How many characters do I need to learn?
I performed an analysis of my own here, with Google's ngram data: puroh.it/how-many-chinese-characters-and-words-are-in-use
Aug
27
comment How to say “thank you for …”?
If it's a physical object, you can say "谢谢你的+[object]". Example: outspokenlanguage.com/morsels/zho-cn/3a3f9661a2/…
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Jun
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revised Is there a lot of value in learning to write Chinese characters?
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