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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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Apr
23
comment Why in China do they use k instead of m for the slope of a line?
Interesting answer! Just a remark. In the textbook, I was taught the French mathematician Viete(in Chinese, we call him 韦达) was the first person who introduced letters into Algebra. Wiki also supports this viewpoint. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fran%C3%A7ois_Vi%C3%A8te
Apr
18
comment What is the best Chinese equivalent for “passion” or “to be passionate about something”?
@Shou Ya 狂热 sounds a little negative to me. you know, 狂 means "mad","insane“. of course, you can use that word, as in English. you can use words like "wicked","awesome" when you want to say something is so great,
Apr
17
revised What is the 成语 for “face like buddha, heart like scorpion”?
added 359 characters in body
Apr
17
comment What is the 成语 for “face like buddha, heart like scorpion”?
@Squazic Ok, I just watched this film, and I found that sentence, however, I think it's not an idiom. I edited my answer, please read it.
Apr
17
comment What is the best Chinese equivalent for “passion” or “to be passionate about something”?
in my opinion. 酷爱 is deeper than 热爱. that's why i use it for passion.
Apr
16
answered What is the best Chinese equivalent for “passion” or “to be passionate about something”?
Apr
16
answered What is the 成语 for “face like buddha, heart like scorpion”?
Mar
21
comment 文了 也温了 any ideas?
This is a good example of "标题党" that is very common to see in network and media nowadays. A "good" title to attract the readers.
Mar
21
comment 文了 也温了 any ideas?
I just watched it, and I agree with @gonnastop.
Mar
21
comment 文了 也温了 any ideas?
can you tell me which episode it is when you came across these lines? I want to review it to find more context, so I can give you a more 'precise' answer.
Mar
15
comment Deciphering a seal
@商榮沛 you are right. thanks for pointing it out. I have made an edition.
Mar
15
revised Deciphering a seal
edited body
Mar
15
answered Deciphering a seal
Mar
7
comment What does “整块的时间” mean?
This sentence sounds a little strange. Could you give me more context of this sentence, to help me understand it more?
Mar
4
comment How to distinguish between rat and mouse in Chinese?
@trideceth12 Based on my own knowledge, I don't konw 溝鼠 and I don't know the simplified version 沟鼠 either. Actually,it's the first time I see it.
Mar
4
answered How to distinguish between rat and mouse in Chinese?
Mar
4
comment How to distinguish between rat and mouse in Chinese?
Just a reminder, 袋鼠 the kangaroo really doesn't belong to Muridae.
Mar
4
comment How does one distinguish between homographs in Chinese?
No worries. Every learner makes mistakes. It's difficult for me to create a sentence with this word, which can confuse people, because the meaning are so different.
Mar
4
answered How does one distinguish between homographs in Chinese?
Mar
1
revised 很 and 最 - Questions of The Context
changed finest to best, added my comment about the translation