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Apr
10
asked How to say “I can't help but…”
Apr
10
answered The use of 上 (shàng) “on/above/over” in Mandarin and English
Apr
4
comment How do I say “a loaf of bread”?
@Kevin - In your sentence 她刚吃了1个番薯、1个面包 it seems strange that a personal would eat a whole loaf. I don't feel 1个面包 clearly describes that someone ate a whole loaf of bread. If I heard this, I would think they just ate a bun or a smaller portion of bread. How would you clearly describe a loaf of bread (see image attached to my question).
Apr
4
revised How do I say “a loaf of bread”?
added 157 characters in body
Apr
3
asked How do I say “a loaf of bread”?
Mar
22
comment What are the most common mistakes when pronouncing Pinyin?
This question has been closed as too subjective. This is more based on personal experiences.
Mar
22
comment Chinese version of the idiom “The word on the street”
@fanzhang - Can you please edit your question and add some easy to understand examples and some explanation in English.
Mar
11
comment What is the significance of the phrase “二十五,糊窗户”?
Can you please provide more information in your answer as it only points out the obvious rhyming, but doesn't actually answer the question.
Feb
8
accepted Specifics of the idiom “四海一家”
Feb
5
awarded  Nice Answer
Feb
2
accepted How common is the use of “瞧” and which region?
Feb
2
comment Specifics of the idiom “四海一家”
Sorry, I've edited my question, the one I was after is 四海一家 which is displayed in Chinatown in Sydney Australia. panoramio.com/photo/31515143
Feb
2
revised Specifics of the idiom “四海一家”
edited body; edited title
Feb
2
asked How common is the use of “瞧” and which region?
Feb
2
asked Specifics of the idiom “四海一家”
Feb
2
asked How to translate “doesn't lift a finger” and “without lifting a finger”?
Jan
30
reviewed Approve What's the actual difference between 文 and 语?
Jan
30
reviewed Approve What is the difference between 通常,经常,and 常常?
Jan
27
asked Replacement for “他一个人” when used in a sentence about an animal
Jan
22
accepted Meanings behind “吹牛” and “拍马屁”