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Hello, everyone! I am a native Chinese speaker. I love Chinese language and StackExchange website, that's why I came here. Hope I am able to help.

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comment Use of Honorifics
I tried to answer, but I found it needed a lot of explanations to cover most cases.In general, you should use these terms to people that you are familiar, that you just meet, a stranger, and that is elder than you(but not so elder, difference<20, a rough measure). You use such words to show your respect, so don't use these words to people that you are familiar. There are many other cases besides What I said above.
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comment How to indicate plurality/singularity
@TimParenti besides "所有的“, you could still use "都","全" to indicate "all" of something(someone), as in my last example sentence.
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comment How do we choose the correct characters for a westerner name?
@Alenanno That's my pleasure :)
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answered How to indicate plurality/singularity
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comment Asking “what's the pinyin/character for X?”
I will, as I committed when I touched this site. Thanks for your kind response.Hope the site becomes better and better.
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comment Asking “what's the pinyin/character for X?”
I don't know how to translate it into English appropriately. “人气” is Something like "Popularity". It's a word to describe the degree that how something(or a person, a place) is welcomed or loved by others. You are learning Japanese, and there is also a 人気. Similar, 気 is the simplified form in Japanese while 气 in Chinese.
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comment Asking “what's the pinyin/character for X?”
@Alenannofew visit, few question, and few discussion... I would say,"没人气啊!"
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answered Asking “what's the pinyin/character for X?”