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Qiaonansen

How To Memorize Chinese and Not Forget Them

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Qiaonansen
Greetings folks,

 

First, I enjoy this forum and I often come here and learn quite a bit. So thank you for that.

 

I have been studying and teaching Chinese for nearly 20 years. I have finally gotten around to writing and making videos on my experiences. Here is the latest on a system for learning and memorizing Chinese characters and vocabulary.

 

Your comments and feedback would be greatly appreciated. Be gentle.

 


 

Regards,

 

Jonathan

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Qiaonansen

Greetings folks,

 

I have finally gotten around to posting about the method I used to transform my language-butchering Chinese accent into a standard and fluent one: one that leads native Chinese to think I am also Chinese when speaking with me on the phone. They are always quite surprised when they see me in person.

 

http://learnchinesecafe.com/how-to-speak-chinese-fluently-using-google-translate/

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roddy

Merging with yesterday's post. And also with a post from last year where you posted about the same article. 

 

Honestly, we don't need a post for every blog article. 

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Apollys

I would recommend using actual native speech rather than a robot as a model from which to practice one's pronunciation.

 

For learning to speak a sentence fluidly, I think a nice method is the following.  Let's use 大学在哪里? as an example.

1) Say each character in isolation: 大,学,在,哪,里

2) Say each word: 大学,在,哪里

3) Join adjacent words: 大学在,在哪里

4) Speak the full sentence: 大学在哪里?

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