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Though you didn't do enough research... anyway it is just a simple question for me. I guess you just set the system language to Chinese and it is solved. Abort 中止 About 关于 Advanced 高级 Apply 应用 Back 返回 Bluetooth 蓝牙 Cancel 取消 Copy 复制 CPU CPU/中央处理单元 Cut 剪切 Delete 删除 Device 设备 Downgrade 降级 Format 样式 microSD microSD Hardware 硬件 Internet 因特网/互联网 Next 下一项/次项 No 否 ...


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Yes, without 都, you can say "我会说英语和汉语" The reason is unlike the English word "both" which is placed before the objects, "都" must be placed after the objects I can speak [English and Chinese] I can speak [both] [English and Chinese] 我会说[英语和汉语] [英语和汉语]我[都]会说 我[英语和汉语][都]会说 Notice in #4 and #5 the object [英语和汉语] is placed before 都 "我会[都]说 [英语和汉语]" and "我会说[...


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From what I've learnt in a University Intro Chinese Linguistic course. We are taught the third tone is pronounced as follows in a scale of 1-5 with 1 being lowest pitch: Character on its own or last: 214 (水214) Character before another character: 21 (水21 份51) Before another third tone: 35 (水35 果214)


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From the short amount of research that I did in the past hour, I managed to trace back to a news article from 2006 which said the origin was from a Old Taiwanese man that went back to China to visit his relatives twenty years ago and he said the words "親不見,產不生,廠空空,愛無心" after visiting and noticing the changes in Chinese characters. (edit: forgot about the ...


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