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  1. Qui Min Chen
    April 7, 2014 @ 2:23 am

    Hello, I am a young girl who is Chinese and knows the basic speech and writing of Chinese , but do not know advanced Chinese. Some suggestions might be that (if this is not too hard) you have an chat bot that speaks the language so the person could practice their speech. This is a great website, thank you!

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  2. alfred muia
    March 25, 2014 @ 4:42 pm

    hi am a Kenyan living in our capital city of Nairobi and having a limited access to the computer i would like to request if its possible for me to be getting the lesson in my email in box so that i can be reviewing them from time to time, for i would love very much to learn Chinese now that African country’s and especially Kenya HAVE REALIZED that our best friends are chines and are doing most of our business with china i know this will open opportunities for me pliz n God will bless u

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  3. Shokufeh
    February 10, 2014 @ 11:50 pm

    hello Xue Hao ;
    I`m a beginner to learn Chinese. I see that you`re so enthusiastic to teach the others your language, so maybe my tips would help you. First of all ,please change the color of your site. When I look at for even some short minutes, my eyes get hurt. Second , one of the things that play an important role in learning any language, is to hear it a lot. So you`d be better to make many audio lessons (of course possible to download!) as soon as possible. Because in that way anyone can listen to them when she/he is free or is on her/his way home. and one more last tip: if you make all your lessons that you`ve written above in a pdf file, so that it`s possible to download, it`ll be very useful and beneficial to everyone. I will visit your site again and if you liked, I`d introduce you a site which is teaching another East Asian language very well.
    Hope you success 😉

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    • Xue Hao
      February 11, 2014 @ 3:16 pm

      What is the other East Asian language site? I’d like to have a look.

      What part of the site is hurting your eyes? Is it the text and background? That can be improved. But I think the red theme is easy on the eyes. Red is an important color in Chinese culture – usually meaning luck, as in the red envelopes people receive at Chinese New Year. Lanterns and other decorations at holidays are usually red, plus there is Chairman Mao’s Little Red book.

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      • Shokufeh
        February 12, 2014 @ 12:00 am

        Hello again;
        First thanks for answering me so quickly, I can`t believe it ! about the site, it is:
        http://www.talktomeinkorean.com
        Actually I did not know red is an important color in China! but I think you can a little lighten it. And if the color of the text itself was black, it would be best.
        One more thing: I must appreciate you for the good textuality of your lesson!
        Hope you success 😉

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        • Xue Hao
          February 12, 2014 @ 7:15 am

          Thanks for the feedback. I’ll work on incorporating some of your suggestions.

          The Talk to me in Korean site looks really good. Really pleasant blue and easy on the eyes.

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    • Shokufeh
      February 15, 2014 @ 11:28 pm

      Hello ;
      Wow! this is much better with black text! Thank you for noticing my comment!
      Did you really like the site? Glad to hear that. I thought it might somehow, you know, bother you.
      Not even the color, but also the procedure of teaching is so interesting and unique! I think the textuality of your lessons is as good as theirs, so it seems if the audios come, that would be perfect!
      And : I don`t know how you did that, but the animations for teaching how to write Chinese are great, I really admire you for that.
      Hope you success 🙂

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  4. Tenzin
    October 27, 2013 @ 5:21 pm

    I want to learn chinese language

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  5. KK Singh
    September 2, 2013 @ 9:36 pm

    How about teaching Chinese with voice chatting for better pronunciation?

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  6. Rishi Ram Parajuli
    August 13, 2013 @ 3:23 pm

    Some 2 months ago, I joined Confucius center who is teaching Chinese in Nepal for several years. However, due to my personal problems I could not continue the class for very long due to my personal problems. However, I am still eager to learn by some alternative means. I hope this one will be one of the best ways for me for now considering my personal situation. Thank you very much providing an opportunity to me to continue the Chinese lesson.

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  7. D'Nat
    August 12, 2013 @ 6:14 pm

    I always thought I’d have to sing and draw to be able to speak and write Chinese. Thank you for simplifying it. I’m enjoying it so far.

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  8. Rishi Ram Parajuli
    May 16, 2013 @ 1:07 pm

    I love this site as it gives lots of ideas. Since practicing online is not easy most of time in our country due to poor electricity supply and availabilty of internet. So I would be grateful to you if you suggest and recommend for best books and CDs that can be used in our context to improve speaking and writing Chinese.

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  9. shyla
    February 11, 2013 @ 8:31 pm

    But how can you remember what to say and when to say it?

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    • Xue Hao
      February 17, 2013 @ 2:45 am

      Practicing with a Chinese speaker helps. Repeat the conversation exercises on this site until you have them memorised. Listening to what the other person says is an important part of learning a language. Don’t just think about what you need to say, try to hear what the other speaker is saying.

      Anyone else have any tips?

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  10. Ghanshyam
    November 11, 2012 @ 7:10 am

    it’s very simple and useful techniqaue to learn. thank you.

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