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revised What are some common Chinese terms used when playing soccer
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answered What are some common Chinese terms used when playing soccer
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answered How do we choose the correct characters for a westerner name?
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revised Classical Chinese Literature - What languages could be written with it? And why?
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revised Classical Chinese Literature - What languages could be written with it? And why?
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comment Classical Chinese Literature - What languages could be written with it? And why?
@Falko I edited my answer, please review.
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revised Classical Chinese Literature - What languages could be written with it? And why?
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reviewed Approve Classical Chinese Literature - What languages could be written with it? And why?
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answered Differences between 蝉 and 知了?
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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.
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comment What is the part without the radical called?
@NullUserException That's good suggestion. I just edited.
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revised What is the part without the radical called?
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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.
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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.
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comment What is the part without the radical called?
I said, you can call such a part "phonetic"
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answered What is the part without the radical called?
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answered Equivalent expression to: “I don't give a f***”
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comment Equivalent expression to: “I don't give a f***”
People in NanJing like this expression,but it's sounds a little vulgar.
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comment Is it easier to learn Chinese after learning Japanese or vice versa?
@Laurent. I think you are referrring to ”お手洗い“