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Apr
11
comment Could you help me explain the meaning of “顺其自然”?
The song let it go haunted me when I see this question.
Apr
8
revised What's “that” and “which” in Chinese
added 13 characters in body
Apr
8
comment Are authors of Chinese fantasy novels able to create names for fictional creatures/races?
It's true that it's not easy to create Chinese characters, and I think it makes this language more stable. Otherwise there will be lots of characters like this. But it's easy to create words. Anyway, a lot characters in Periodic Table are newly created.
Apr
8
comment Translating a sentence
@S.Rhee This translation is meaningless.
Apr
8
answered What's “that” and “which” in Chinese
Mar
31
comment 早已 and 早就: what's the difference?
I never paid attention to the tense in Chinese, though I am a native speaker. For these two, I would vote both for present-perfect.
Mar
31
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Mar
31
comment 早已 and 早就: what's the difference?
"他早就搬走了" and "他早已搬走了" sound the same to me, except "早已" is somehow more formal.
Oct
14
comment the word “menu” in the context of gaming
Settings is always translated to 设置, and Preferences to 首选项.
Dec
10
comment Which period in Chinese history produced the most chengyu?
哈哈,不明觉厉都出来了。To be honest, 不明觉厉 cannot be called Chengyu, it's just a word used on the Internet now, and LOOKS like a Chengyu. It is short for 虽然不明白你在说什么,但是感觉好厉害的样子, often used as sarcasm. And it is more like English expressions like BTW, AFK.
Dec
9
comment 我一字一字地学习汉语 OR 我一个字一个字地学习汉语
You mean NATIVE speaker? Yes, I am a Chinese, so my English may be not so 'native'.
Dec
9
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Dec
9
revised 我一字一字地学习汉语 OR 我一个字一个字地学习汉语
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Dec
9
answered 我一字一字地学习汉语 OR 我一个字一个字地学习汉语
Jul
28
answered 的-地-得, when do you use which?
Jul
25
awarded  Teacher
Jul
25
answered A word that means “earn” without the “money” connotation?