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Jan
10
comment Characters which have several different shapes
This question seems to be about a browser bug, which incorrectly chooses the wrong font, and not about the Chinese language. There's a thread about this font problem on meta.
Jan
8
answered Is there a lot of value in learning to write Chinese characters?
Jan
3
awarded  Commentator
Jan
3
comment Where can I find a downloadable database of English to Chinese words?
The OP asked for "the data file, such as a commas-separated file or spreadsheet, not the front-end software used to view it", and I don't think any of these links provide this kind of data.
Jan
1
answered Why does Chinese lack some level of abstraction in some idioms? (e.g. 兄弟姐妹)
Dec
27
comment Why were some letters like Q, X, C, chosen for Pinyin which confuse non-Chinese speakers?
Since you are from Argentina, you should know that roman letters are not pronounced the same in all the roman letter-based languages. "r" in Spanish is very different from "r" in French, which itself is different from "r" in English, etc.
Dec
24
comment Where can I find a list of commonly mistaken characters?
I doubt such a reference exists as there are plenty of characters that only differ by a few strokes. Just curious as to why you would need such a list?
Dec
24
answered What methods are available for looking up a character?
Dec
23
revised How do I decide whether to use 還是/还是 or 或者
since this is a popular question, I've added the simplified characters to make it more useful. Hope that's ok
Dec
23
awarded  Nice Question
Dec
23
revised How to practice reading for beginners?
added 173 characters in body
Dec
23
answered Authoritative source for translators
Dec
23
asked What is the difference between 狗 and 犬?
Dec
23
suggested suggested edit on How do I decide whether to use 還是/还是 or 或者
Dec
22
awarded  Nice Question
Dec
22
comment Etymology of 他妈的
Interestingly, there's the same swearing in French - "ta mère" ("your mother"), which means "f.. off".
Dec
21
awarded  Quorum
Dec
21
awarded  Beta
Dec
18
comment How to practice reading for beginners?
Yes +1 for mentioning Tatoeba, didn't know about it.
Dec
18
accepted 但是, 可是 and 不过 - how to know which one to use?