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revised Is this an exception in the use of 的?
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asked Is this an exception in the use of 的?
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revised Rules for saying numbers
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comment Rules for saying numbers
@Georgeee Oh sorry! I didn't see it! :! I'll edit my answer. Let me know if it answers your question. According to what that page says, you don't need to spell it since it doesn't occur before the unit position, i.e. from 1 to 9, the number occurring last.
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revised Rules for saying numbers
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comment Rules for saying numbers
If you want, I can add the table here in a more simple manner, to make it easier to read it.
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answered Rules for saying numbers
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comment What is a good technique for remembering tones?
@VincentB. Pinyin is not taken into account, since it's the one you're supposed to remember when studying. This only tells you which tone it is. :)
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suggested approved edit on How to Find Characters in a Dictionary?
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comment What is a good technique for remembering tones?
@Cocowalla Oh... I didn't consider that... Give me some time, I'll think of something for that too!
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accepted Various ways to say “nice to meet you”
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comment Various ways to say “nice to meet you”
Why don't you include that? :D Thanks for the nice answer. I'll accept your answer, but if you don't mind I reserve the right to ask you further stuff in the future... :D
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comment What are the most difficult things to learn for a westerner?
Are you sure this is a fitting question for this site? It's a good one, no doubt, but any of those three is asking for personal opinions and is therefore subjective. Can you consider rephrasing it so it becomes a bit more "objective"? Such as, "what usually are the most difficult things to learn for a westerner?"... Just an example. :D
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comment What is a good technique for remembering tones?
@StarCub Yes. I chose to ignore that in my studying because I can always do that by myself, since I "know" the rules, but seeing the actual tone of the single character comes in handy when you start studying hard characters and not basic ones likes these. :D But obviously, it's a customizable method, everybody can change the rules.
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suggested approved edit on Classical Chinese Literature - What languages could be written with it? And why?
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comment Various ways to say “nice to meet you”
So the one I knew is actually used as a "long time I didn't see you"? And the "renshi ni" one is used for first-times? Interesting...
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answered What is a good technique for remembering tones?
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accepted Question about “很好”
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