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Apr
15
comment 跟到: 方言? Or what?
What does MSM stand for?
Apr
11
answered Difference between 成员 and 会员?
Apr
11
comment What do you think about this introduction to answering Yes/No questions?
This question appears to be off-topic because it is an open question about teaching Chinese.
Apr
9
comment Usage of 无 compared with 没有
@SamuelParsonage I don't think there is a definite rule but generally, for verb usage you should try 没有 because 无 as verb sounds ancient/classical; for adverb usage it depends on the word. Most adjective/adverb with 无 are 'dictionary words' as opposed to 'makeup words' (fixed phrase as you said but technically they are words not phrases), they are indeed learned one by one. When you're making up a phrase, both 没有 and 无 are fine to start with.
Apr
9
revised What does 有模有样 mean?
added 267 characters in body
Apr
8
answered What does 有模有样 mean?
Apr
7
answered Is “佳能” the standard translation for “canon” in a religious sense?
Apr
3
comment what are the different and usage between 已 and 己
Did you try to research, like look up in a dictionary?
Mar
25
comment What is the best way to learn tones?
@hippietrail How is your 2nd comment related to tones?
Mar
25
accepted Chinese equivalent of 'Surprise!'
Mar
24
awarded  Enlightened
Mar
24
awarded  Nice Answer
Mar
23
comment Do the Chinese have a (potentially politically incorrect) way of imitating English speakers?
I am aware of some gibberish that do other Asian languages, as well as those do Chinglish or Hinglish, but not any for standard UK or US English.
Mar
21
asked Chinese equivalent of 'Surprise!'
Mar
7
comment Why do people often say 最多 in Cantonese when they mean “at the very least”?
@QuestionOverflow Hmmm I haven't heard that kind of usage before. Sounds like confused speaking with random words to me.
Mar
5
comment Why do people often say 最多 in Cantonese when they mean “at the very least”?
@QuestionOverflow Can you give an example with complete sentences? I couldn't picture it...
Mar
5
comment What is the chinese term for “StackOverflow”
It's not an answer to the question.
Mar
4
answered When you use 在 with a time, where does 在 go in the sentence?
Feb
10
comment What is the equivalent of the English word 'Fail' in Mandarin?
+1. I think this answer is more accurate than the others in the context of internet usage.
Feb
10
reviewed Approve suggested edit on How can I type 吗 in Pinyin keyboard setup?