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bio website ablazex.com
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My Chinese has deteriorated quite a bit over the years. Trying to ressucitate it. I speak a few other languages with varying degrees of fluency.

Yay, lucky number!

中秋节快乐!


Dec
15
revised Techniques for improving pronunciation
Fixed spelling
Dec
15
revised Classical Chinese Literature - What languages could be written with it? And why?
Fixed grammar
Dec
15
comment Is it easier to learn Chinese after learning Japanese or vice versa?
I don't know if you've seen the movie, but I saw your profile and it immediately reminded me of this character (because of his ability to speak several languages, not political affiliation, of course).
Dec
15
accepted Can native Chinese speakers distinguish tones in songs?
Dec
15
accepted Is the usage of European punctuation acceptable in Chinese writing?
Dec
15
accepted What is the part without the radical called?
Dec
15
comment What is the part without the radical called?
Oh great. You might want to add that to your answer :)
Dec
15
comment How can one determine the radical for a given character?
The radical for 能 is actually neither of those. It is 肉. See Wikitionary on Chinese radical/肉
Dec
15
comment What is the part without the radical called?
Does it have a Chinese name?
Dec
15
comment What is the part without the radical called?
"In your case,"艮"(gèn or gěn) is really a character." Yes, but that wasn't I was asking ;)
Dec
15
revised How can one determine the radical for a given character?
added 376 characters in body
Dec
15
comment How can one determine the radical for a given character?
Hmmm, you'll need to be a bit more clear when with that last part, maybe by providing an example. I can't recall a situation when I had difficulty determining which part was the radical.
Dec
15
asked What is the part without the radical called?
Dec
15
answered How can one determine the radical for a given character?
Dec
15
comment Etymology of 汉语
Olá Gustavo! Eu corrigi a sua gramática e ortografia. Espero que não se importe.
Dec
15
suggested suggested edit on Etymology of 汉语
Dec
15
comment “Actually” as a sentence-starter of speech filler
Starting your sentences with "actually" can be an effective way to annoy people.
Dec
15
awarded  Commentator
Dec
15
comment Equivalent expression to: “I don't give a f***”
+1 And not a single f*** was given that day
Dec
15
comment Is there an equivalent for the Cantonese phrase “Ng Goi”
I don't think this is an appropriate answer. The OP is asking for a Mandarin equivalent, not an equivalent in another language.