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Ni hao,

I have been studying Mandarin for about eight years and living in China for two years, but my language skills are very poor. I still can't read, write, or understand much Chinese.

Could someone please tell me in pinyin how to say the following? My dictionary doesn't have them and my Chinese girlfriend is tired of me asking her.

Cambodia -

organize -

magazine -

ex-wife -

best -

better-

What do you mean?

little by little -

step by step -

Xiexie!

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Guest Anonymous

u can help more u if i can type chinese...

here's the romanize words u asked for...btw ..what country u come from?

jian3 pu2 zai4

zheng2 li3

za2 zhi4

there's no one word that can contain the meaning "ex-wife" in chinese.....yi3 qian2 de3 lao3 po2

zui4 hao3

geng4 hao3

ni3 shen2 me1 yi4 si1

yi4 xiao2 dian3 yi4 xiao2 dian3

yi2 bu4 yi2 bu4

hope it helps a bit....

:lol:

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confucius

Cambodia is Jianpuzhai, not zai

Ex-wife is "qian qi"

"little by little" (gradually) should be "man man de" or "yi dian yi di de" (di = drip)

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smithsgj

or anpai.

Funny dictionary you've got btw OP.

> "yi dian yi di de" (di = drip)

is that for real or was it a cutnpaste error?

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