[lastupdated] Are you looking for memory tools to help you remember Chinese vocab and grammar etc? Well, this program includes a description of 3 flashcard programs for learning and studying Chinese all using spaced repetition.
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Chinese Train Terminology
If you are planning to travel to China for an extended period of time, most likely you will want to take trains between cities. This article will discuss Chinese train terminology so you can have an easier time travelling on trains in China.
5 Reasons To Learn Traditional Chinese Characters
Among the many reasons to learn Traditional Chinese Characters, this article will discuss 5 reasons to learn Traditional Chinese Characters
Reading From Left to Right or Right To Left in Chinese
Traditionally, Chinese people read from right to left, and top to bottom. But with the arrival of European influence, the Chinese changed to reading from left to right, and top to bottom.
Country Names In Chinese
This is a fascinating topic to me. Did you ever wonder the meaning of country names in Chinese? Usually, names of foreign countries in Chinese are phonetic, and sometimes the characters that Chinese people picked are very interesting for countries’ names in Chinese.
How To Say Phone Numbers In Mandarin Chinese
Saying phone numbers in Mandarin Chinese is fairly easy. You simply speak each individual digit of the phone, though there is one exception. The exception is if the phone number contains both a 1 and a 7 (or sometimes just a 1). If that is the case, often, for the number 1, people don’t pronounce …
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Practicing Chinese Characters By Writing Them In the Air With Your Fingers
At least initially, for learning new Chinese Characters, it is important to frequently practice writing and reviewing them. While of course using mnemonics may be a very effective way to learn, probably better than solely using rote memorization, if done actively, I still believe that it is necessary to instill into your brain the character …
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How To Count From 1 To 100 In Mandarin Chinese
[lastupdated] In order to count from 1 to 100 in Mandarin Chinese, one only needs to know how to say the numbers 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 and 100.The numbers 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, and 100 all have their own Chinese Characters. Once you …
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How To Count From 1 To 10 In Mandarin Chinese
[lastupdated] In order to count from 1 to 10 in Chinese, you need to learn the word for each number along with its corresponding character. But don’t worry, these numbers (numerals) are easy, and you can impress yourself and your friends by being able to count from 1 to 10 in Mandarin. Below is each …
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Convert Numbers To Chinese Characters
This program converts any number from 0 to 999,999 into Chinese Characters. What greeting do you want to say? Who do you want to say it to? Send my greetings %CODE5%