User Comments - crazybunkum2
Posted on: Repaying a DebtAugust 23, 2012, 12:12 PM
In 'Hamlet' Shakespeare's character Polonius counsels his son to;
'Neither a borrower, nor a lender be, For loan oft loses both itself and friend'.
I was wondering if there is an equivalent sentiment expressed in Chinese literature, e.g an aphorism or proverb?
Posted on: Which Subway ExitJuly 30, 2010, 05:57 AM
Nice one. I really could've done with this a few weeks ago in Beijing. Not just the language but the strategy. Correct me if I'm wrong poddies but I think the station exit's where labelled after letters of the alphabet and when you're on the phone trying to distinguish between B, C and D mistakes can be made. How do you pronounce alphabet letters in Chinese btw?
Posted on: Do you have a girlfriend?February 18, 2010, 02:38 AM
我 不 会 说 英 文。你 会 说 法 文 吗？ For all your scamming deterrant needs. Actually as the phenomenom of 'scamming' does take place to an extent here, maybe a lesson on this would be in order. Pitched at newbie or elementary please.
Posted on: He's Not InApril 07, 2008, 03:16 PM
对不起 is missing from the pop up dialogue. Audio is OK. Is it just me? Great job though guys. Would love a drill of key words before a recap of the main dialogue. I know you do it as an extra but it would be nice as an integral part of the main 10 minute lesson.