User Comments - tony.cpod
Posted on: Are You A Night Cat?February 13, 2016, 08:49 AM
Is anybody able to definitively explain how 豆浆 and 豆奶 are different? Some people tell me they're the same, others tell me they're different, but nobody can explain exactly how.
Posted on: Exploring Nature At NightJanuary 25, 2016, 01:50 PM
Hi team, in the dialogue you mentioned that there is a video on 可 verbs, and you'd link that in the lesson description. Do you mind updating the lesson description to include this please?
Posted on: End of CNY PartyFebruary 20, 2015, 12:49 PM
This is the first time I've seen 之 and unfortunately there wasn't much explanation of what it means. It would have been great if you could have discussed how this differs from 的. They appear to be similar from what I can gather here.
Posted on: Extracurricular ActivitiesFebruary 16, 2015, 04:25 PM
CPod team, just letting you know that although the Pinyin for the word 欸 is given as "èi" in the vocabulary, when I hover the mouse over the character in the dialogue it shows me "ǎi". The lack of consistency means I'm not sure which one to trust. Could you please look into this?
Posted on: Does It Suit Me?January 22, 2015, 02:00 PM
Interesting that both 种 and 类 are used in this lesson to be "kind of" but the difference between the two wasn't really touched on. This might have been a good aspect of the dialogue to point out with one of Gwilym's questions.
Posted on: Does It Suit Me?January 21, 2015, 02:38 PM
I see the word for "size" in this lesson is 尺寸. If I recall correctly, a previous lesson used the word 大小 to also mean size. Is there any difference between the two?
Posted on: Don't You Know How To Drive!January 16, 2015, 01:59 PM
Hi team, I was listening for the explanation of the 了 in “我怎么不会开车了？” but unfortunately the only explanation given was by Constance in Chinese with no paraphrasing in English afterwards. Could you please paraphrase so that the explanations are understood? I think if we could all understand Constance's explanations in Chinese then we'd be on a higher level than Intermediate :)