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My advice is to read and memorize as many 成语, (idioms) as possible. The reason being that the Chinese language, (beyond the beginners' level), is highly idiomatic because the Chinese language, or rather its stylistic beauty, thrives on an economy of words, and idioms, especially Chinese ones need only 4 simple words to summarize and convey a whole market ...


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I would say, however simple sentences are constructed from basic grammar... The difference between simple/complicated, in my opinion, is mostly in the vocabulary used in and the length of the sentences. So the best way you can take, is learning Chinese grammar, and then make your own sentences, communicate with others or post in this forum to get them ...


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What do you mean by "not support Chinese"? You can't input Chinese characters into the generator, or Chinese characters become gibberish, or something else? I tried the website you mentioned, but it requires Flash, so I can't try myself. Anyway, I typed "webcomics generator" in Google and found a lot of promising results. For instance, https://www....


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try this pdf file: http://www.bnasie.eu/Asset/Source/bnBook_ID-1505_No-01.pdf it's reprinted in traditional chinese, vertical layout. have fun :)


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If you download the CC-EDICT and use grep "(name)" cedict_ts.u8, it'll give a list: 丘爾金 丘尔金 [Qiu1 er3 jin1] /Churkin (name)/Vitaly I. Churkin (1952-), Russian diplomat, Ambassador to UN from 2006/ 丹尼 丹尼 [Dan1 ni2] /Danny (name)/ 丹尼斯 丹尼斯 [Dan1 ni2 si1] /Dennis (name)/ 丹尼爾 丹尼尔 [Dan1 ni2 er3] /Daniel (name)/ 亞伯拉罕 亚伯拉罕 [Ya4 bo2 la1 han3] /Abraham (name)/Abraham,...


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the national academy fro educational research (國家教育研究院) of taiwan, maintained the bilingual data, several of these database are name related, and all of them are free to download 😸 學術名詞下載 entries started with “外國學者人名譯名” are your targets :) ranged from turkish, japanese, korean to italian and german. if you want a shortcut, why foreign names was ...


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You can use Chinese Wikipedia to do so. Since you are mainly looking for transcriptions of famous people, it will suffice. Normally, the first sentence of the articles will feature the Mainland Chinese, Taiwan and Hong Kong versions of the transliterated names. If you are looking for specific first names, you can search the name of a famous person, then ...


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