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ID: 2699 Elementary
At what point did you or your children start speaking? Today we hear two parents discuss this topic as well as learn the subtle differences between the verbs 能 néng and 會 huì which loosely translate as "able to" and "learnt to" although there is quite a lot of overlap in many cases.
Mon May 25 2015 | Gwilym, Fiona Tian
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|older female cousin (also term of address)
biǎojiě ，nǐ de háizi huì shuōhuà le ma ？
Mandy, can your child speak yet?
hái bú huì ，zhǐ huì yòng shǒu zhǐ dōngxi 。
Not yet, but he can point at things.
ò ？nà yīnggāi hěnkuài jiù kěyǐ shuōhuà le 。
Huh? Then he'll not be long in learning how to speak then.
nǐ de háizi jǐ suì xuéhuì shuōhuà de ？
When did your child start speaking?
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