User Comments - nickybr38
Posted on: Tone Rule: Two Third TonesAugust 02, 2011, 05:25 PM
So two third tones walk into a bar... and one says to the other... hey, how's it going?
Posted on: Good Morning!July 31, 2011, 02:29 PM
You should try languageexchange.com too. :) You might find some people there. Good luck!
Posted on: Good Morning!July 31, 2011, 02:28 PM
There is another newbie lesson called "Are you Ok?" which addresses how to ask if someone is hurt or not. You should check it out. :)
Posted on: What's up?July 25, 2011, 03:50 PM
Actually, I meant I've heard Chinese people using it amongst each other. :) It was one of the first phrases I learned hanging out with my employer and her friends (they all only speak Mandarin amongst each other). They routinely greeted each other with ni hao ma. (Sorry my reply is so slow, I didn't realize you'd been kind enough to respond to my comment)
Posted on: Studying ChineseJuly 18, 2011, 10:30 PM
I find that Skritter helps me a great deal even without a tablet. But I don't JUST use Skritter. First I write the characters on a piece of paper, THEN I input them in Skritter, then I finish by writing them again on paper. Skritter helps me more with remembering tones and pinyin but it also helps to reinforce character recognition.
Posted on: What's up?October 08, 2010, 06:31 PM
In this lesson says Chinese don't say Nihao ma? But I've heard this term several times... although I got the impression it wasn't being used as a question and it wasn't answered. :)
Posted on: Lost Wallet and PassportAugust 12, 2011, 08:25 PM
I miss Jenny too. :( Dilu and John are quite good too though. It's just when you get used to certain voices it feels strange to have new ones. I bet in a year or two we'll miss Dilu and John just as much if they leave. :)