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Chinese Adjectives

顽固 (wángù)-stubborn
用功 (yònggōng)-diligent;studious
胖 (pàng)-fat
漂亮 (piàoliang)-pretty
聪明 (cōngming)-smart
笨 (bèn)-stupid
帅 (shuài)-handsome
矮 (ǎi)-short
高 (gāo)-tall
懒 (lǎn)-lazy
丑 (chǒu)-ugly
开通 (kāitong)-open minded; liberal
大 (dà)-big
小 (xiǎo)-small; young
老 (lǎo)-old(used w/ people)
新 (xīn)-new
旧 (jiù)-old(used w/ objects)
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标点符号 (biāodiǎnfúhào)-Punctuation 。句号 (jùhào)-period; full stop ex.小李很喜欢看书,常常去书店买书。 ?问好 (wènhào)-question mark ex.你叫什么名字? ,逗号 (dòuhào)-comma used to separate clauses in a sentence and indicate pauses ex.第二天早上,妻子叫他起床上班。 、顿号 (dùnhào)-enumeration comma used to list things in a sentence ex. 我喜欢吃草莓、苹果、芒果、荔枝等水果。 !叹号 (tànhào)-exclamation mark ex.今天天气真好! …… 省略号 (shěnglüèhaò)-ellipsis used to indicate an unfinished list used to indicate pauses in speech ex.她看着我,伸出手说:“给……给一点儿……” :冒号 (màohào)-colon ex. 他对那个小孩儿大喊一声:“当心汽车!” “ ” /「 」引号 (yǐnhào)-quotation marks ‘ ‘ 单引号 (dānyǐnhào)-apostrophy/single quotation marks ex. “怎么这么便宜? 不太可能吧。”他吃惊地问。 ( ) 括号 (kuòhào)-brackets; parentheses { } 大括号 (dàkuòhào)-curly brackets [ ] 方括号 (fāngkuòhào)-square brackets ex.上个月(9月)我去了北京。 ; 分号 (fēnhào)-semicolon ex.我笑,他也跟着我笑;我哭,他也跟着我哭。 《 》书名号 (shūmínghào)-used for the title of books or articles ex.我的最喜欢的书是《少年百科知识问答》。 —— 破折号 (pòzhéhào)-dash used to show hesitation in dialogue; express parenthetical expressions; link to parts of a sentence ex.我非常喜欢吃武汉最有名的小吃——热干面。 树下站着两个人——一位妈妈和他的女儿。
How To Learn A New Language At Home
I've been trying to improve my French recently, and came across these awesome YouTubers called DamonandJo. They have self-taught themselves nearly 6 languages! I believe they speak French, Spanish, Portugese, Italian, German, and of course English! You can either watch the video above (which I suggest cause they have the BEST sense of humor) or check out their tips below: 1. Follow Famous YouTubers in the language you want to learn! There are tons of youtubers in other languages, and often if they are famous enough, there will be english subtitles. Listen to them to hear real people speaking the language rather than a text book! They're usually super entertaining too so it helps :) 2. Follow those YouTubers or famous people on twitter so you see that language each day! The easiest way to get used to a foreign language is to see it all the time and this really helps! 3. Change your phone/facebook/etc language to your desired language! Since you probably already know where everything is in your phone or facebook, you wont be confused and you'll learn a ton of new vocab! 4. Listen to audio books in the language you want!!! Audible has a ton of foreign language books. Try starting with a book you already know well (like Harry Potter for me - I'm trying to read that in Korean right now...) and listen throughout your day! 5. Sign up for foreign magazines or newsletters! Or even better download their app in another language! For example, my boyfriend gets push notification from Le Monde which is a french newspaper :) Even if you only read the headline, its practice. 6. Try cooking a meal using a recipe in a different language! You start to learn that a lot of words you actually already know (for example, sauté means the same thing in french and in korean bokkeum (like bokkeumbap) means fried! so literally "fried rice!" 7. Watch TV shows in the language Duh!!!! 8. Talk to yourself and dont be afraid! Practice speaking whenever you can, even to people who are strangers! be brave! What languages are you trying to learn?!
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