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In terms of verbs, Mandarin Chinese is way easier than English. There are no conjugations or no tenses. However, some verbs are ..read more
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The Chinese writing system has undergone more than five thousand years of evolution and transformation, which has brought with ..read more
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Have you ever accidentally sent an email with something similar to “Dear Mr. Taylor Smith…” only to discover afterwards ..read more
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Finding time to learn Chinese can be really complicated, especially when you have to combine it with work, studies, leisure, and ..read more
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Qingdao? Chongqing? Hsinchu? Zhongxing? With English being my first language, it’s very rare for me to see the ‘q’ and the ..read more
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Welcome to our second course of the most common verbs in Chinese. If you are new here and want to have a look at the first ..read more

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