User Comments - alexlexilu
Posted on: Meet-Up FrenzyApril 22, 2012, 04:10 PM
I totally agree... I always get in trouble with this... I guess I'm not the only one. Time for a "Making appointments, having an appointment" QingWen.
Posted on: Meet-Up FrenzyApril 22, 2012, 04:09 PM
How do you talk about making appointments... I always have trouble with that because 约 is confusing with the dating part of it.
For example, how would we say (none-dating):
To make an appointment with a doctor, with a friend, with a client.
I am busy, I have an appointment with my doctor, with my friend, with a client.
Can we set a time to meet? Can we make an appointment?
Posted on: A Qing Wen to Our ListenersMarch 12, 2012, 02:25 PM
I've asked many times in the past for some useful - high frequency idioms. I still want them.
Or vocabulary by subject (lists): popular restaurant dishes, fruits, veggies, clothing, feelings, etc...
Posted on: Of Kings, Emperors, and PresidentsFebruary 05, 2011, 02:54 AM
So in Canada do we have a 总理 or a 首相? And for each provinces? Someone in Canada can tell me...
And how do you call the Queen Elizabeth / prince William?