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Dec
10
comment How to congratulate someone on getting a new job?
@fabregaszy so literally translated those would both be more like do a good job, but actually mean something like good luck with the new job?
Dec
10
comment How to congratulate someone on getting a new job?
@fabregaszy What is the meaning of 加油?
Dec
10
comment How to congratulate someone on getting a new job?
@fabregaszy in 好好干, what does mean?
Dec
9
asked How to congratulate someone on getting a new job?
Dec
3
comment Difference between 我饿了 and 我很饿?
@50-3 this is also how we would express it in UK (proper ;) English
Nov
26
comment Difference between 我饿了 and 我很饿?
@xiaohouzi79 I'm guessing QuestionOverflow is American? I think some Americans would say "I'm hungry already!"
Oct
23
comment Complimenting someone on their appearance
Can you add translations for 姣好 and 俏丽? (I can't find these in online dictionaries)
Oct
21
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Oct
16
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Sep
9
revised Are there any free fonts designed to help learn/read Chinese?
Spelling
Sep
5
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Jun
24
comment Similar pronunciations of tea/茶 across languages
I've heard some colleagues from Teeside (north east England) use it, so it does still get at least some usage :)
Jun
24
comment Similar pronunciations of tea/茶 across languages
As an aside, some English people refer to a "cup a' cha", meaning a "cup of tea". english.stackexchange.com/questions/18152/…
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Apr
17
comment How do I type the lü for Character Romanization?
For anone interested, on Windows it's ALT-0252 for ü or ALT-0220 for Ü
Apr
16
comment How to (hand) write Chinese character faster
@AngelLeliel or instead, they could maybe ask on some kind of question and answer site for experts, language enthusiasts, and people who have an interest in the Chinese language..? :P
Dec
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Dec
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Dec
1
comment Chinese input on Windows based on pinyin and tones
Yes, it gives me 我 as first too... but then it lists another 2 characters that don't have the 3rd tone
Dec
1
comment Chinese input on Windows based on pinyin and tones
Not sure if you are referring to the 'Microsoft ABC Pinyin Input Style'? I've tried that, and I'm not sure how it's supposed to work, but while it displays characters based on Pinyin you enter, it doesn't seem to use the tones you enter (at least not how I would expect!). For example, wo3 displays , which isn't what I would expect