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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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Dec
15
answered Differences between 蝉 and 知了?
Dec
15
comment Classical Chinese Literature - What languages could be written with it? And why?
sorry for the late response. I will explain it after I get back home.
Dec
15
comment What is the part without the radical called?
@NullUserException That's good suggestion. I just edited.
Dec
15
revised What is the part without the radical called?
added 356 characters in body
Dec
15
comment What is the part without the radical called?
@NullUserException. In Chinese, we call the "radical" 形旁 and "phonetic" 声旁. here, 旁(pang 2) means a part.
Dec
15
comment What is the part without the radical called?
we call these characters “形声字”, 形 means "form", referring to the radical, 声 means "sound", so I think "phonetic" is acceptable to call that part.
Dec
15
comment What is the part without the radical called?
I said, you can call such a part "phonetic"
Dec
15
answered What is the part without the radical called?
Dec
15
answered Equivalent expression to: “I don't give a f***”
Dec
15
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Dec
15
comment Equivalent expression to: “I don't give a f***”
People in NanJing like this expression,but it's sounds a little vulgar.
Dec
15
comment Is it easier to learn Chinese after learning Japanese or vice versa?
@Laurent. I think you are referrring to ”お手洗い“
Dec
15
comment Do all schools in China teach in Standard Chinese (普通话)?
@Ciaocibai China is a big country in terms of the area of the territory and still, there are many cities where the economics is bad, let alone the poor rural area. Especially in the poor rural area, it's hard to find a man who is capable of being and willing to be a teacher, how could you imagine the teachers there speaking Mandarin or English well?
Dec
15
revised Is it easier to learn Chinese after learning Japanese or vice versa?
edited body
Dec
15
answered Is it easier to learn Chinese after learning Japanese or vice versa?
Dec
14
answered Why do Chinese “extend” the last word when speaking?
Dec
14
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Dec
14
comment What are the most difficult things to learn for a westerner?
Usually, the stem of a statement sentence is subject+verb+object. Adjective should be at front of a noun, adverb should be at front of an adjective or a verb. Hmm, I find I shall learn some jargons for grammar. I think I can discuss the order of specific sentence for you.
Dec
14
answered Classical Chinese Literature - What languages could be written with it? And why?
Dec
14
answered Character Pronunciation Clues