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Mar
13
comment Chinese input on Windows based on pinyin and tones
Actually, I wanted a method to write Pinyin, not Chinese characters
Mar
4
comment Why is George 乔治 in Chinese?
@InglisBaderson I guess that's a matter of opinion; I'd say 乔治 sounds closer than 作举. Maybe it depends on your native accent.
Jan
30
comment Does anyone recognize the characters written on this home shrine?
Could you maybe post a higher-res image? It's rather difficult to make anything out in the photo you posted.
Jan
29
comment “不客气” (bù kèqì) vs “谢谢你” (xièxiè nǐ)
Heh, great answer :D
Jan
28
awarded  Custodian
Jan
1
awarded  Popular Question
Dec
14
answered Translation of: “How many people are you?”
Dec
13
awarded  Yearling
Dec
13
comment Meaning of 脏话 in 这里能说脏话吗
From the context of what was going in at the time, I reckon it must have been #3
Dec
13
accepted Meaning of 脏话 in 这里能说脏话吗
Dec
12
comment Does 从来 translate to “always”?
yellowbridge.com/chinese/sentsearch.php?word=%E4%BB%8E%E6%9D%A5 maybe someone more proficient can give more advice about whether it only makes sense in certain contexts etc
Dec
12
comment Meaning of 脏话 in 这里能说脏话吗
It seems like a rather strange thing to say though?!
Dec
12
asked Meaning of 脏话 in 这里能说脏话吗
Dec
10
accepted How to congratulate someone on getting a new job?
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!"