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Jul
11
comment when will we use 没(mei3) and 不(bu4) before verb in sentences?
Not an answer, but I wanted to point out that 没 is actually mei2, not mei3.
Jul
9
revised What character is this? (yu2)
edited title
May
15
awarded  Student
May
15
comment What character is this? (yu2)
Thank you. How did you input the characters by the way? The other form doesn't even have a pronunciation listed. How do search/input these?
May
15
awarded  Scholar
May
15
accepted What character is this? (yu2)
May
15
asked What character is this? (yu2)
Feb
26
comment How do I know when I am “fluent”?
I have to disagree. Not only are the steps too big (basically there are only 2 in your model, because 1. can be reached within half an hour of training and 4. can't be reached ever), but also I don't like how "native" gets idolized. In Chinese, like in any other language, native speakers make mistakes as well. While Chinese cannot get anyone's L1 you can still reach a native-like level (or let's say higher than advanced for this matter). (Probably with deficits in word use, but maybe more advanced other aspects.)
Sep
7
awarded  Revival
Sep
4
comment 份, 个, 本, 两: How do they function in these sentences?
Additionally to the last paragraph: Measure words are usually (always?) 1-character-words, while nouns in modern chinese are typically 2-character-words. So keep in mind it is 三杯啤酒 (3 glasses of beer) but 三个杯子 (3 glasses). (Note the 子)
Sep
2
answered 份, 个, 本, 两: How do they function in these sentences?
Aug
13
answered What are some well-known, online news sources that are worthy of language study?
Aug
12
awarded  Editor
Aug
12
revised When can 把 be used?
Corrected spelling mistake
Aug
12
awarded  Supporter
Aug
12
awarded  Teacher
Aug
11
answered When can 把 be used?