If you read my former posts: Basic Rules for Reading Chinese Characters, you might get some ideas about how to guess the meaning of one character by reading its radical.
In this post, I will talk about which way is good to read out the Chinese character.
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If you try to raise a bilingual child, you might know the importance of a playdate. I have a post talking about this topic: How to Set Up a Playdate for Learning Mandarin Chinese.
However, before you set up a playdate, you have to know some parents first. In this topic, I am going to share my experience about how to set up a parents club.
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To a Mandarin-Chinese learner, learning traditional characters or simplified characters is a question.
Traditional characters are used commonly in Taiwan, Hong Kong, Macau and most oversea communities.
Simplified characters are used officially on Mainland China, Singapore, Malaysia and growing oversea communities.
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To English speakers, Mandarin-Chinese has a fame of being one of the most difficult languages to learn.
Back to many years ago, this statement might be true. However, it is is not the case any more.
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As a bilingual person with more than 20 years’ language learning experience, in this post, I am going to share some of my tips and lessons with a second language learner.
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