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  • Stephanie

    Hi, I’d like to know how to use the particles 吗 (ma) and 呢 (ne) in Chinese grammar? Thank you. Stephanie

    • http://www.thechineseclassroom.com/ John Wang

      You will put (ma) at the end of a sentence to make a question like (nǐ chī le ma? Have you eaten?). You will put (ne) at the end of a sentence to ask the same questions. For example, if you asked me (nǐ chī le ma? Have you eaten?). I could say (wǒ chī le, nǐ ne? I have eaten. How about you?)

  • Yuli Stremovsky

    Hello

    Can you please translate the word “facebook” to mandarin ?

    Thanks
    Yuli

    • http://www.thechineseclassroom.com/ John Wang

      Hello Yuli,
      That’s a great question! Yes, it is hard. As the government has blocked facebook, so most Chinese people don’t know facebook exists. So there is no a really popular name for it. But some medias have mentioned a Chinese word for facebook in some cases. They called it 脸书 liǎnshū which is exactly literally translation.

  • john doe

    Have there been any reports of arrest or trials, or even accounts deleted when people became political on QQ/weixin?

    • http://www.thechineseclassroom.com/ John Wang

      Nihao John, only questions about learning Chinese. Thanks

      • john doe

        That’s not fair, in your post you wrote
        “No matter it is grammar, culture or anything.”
        Or are you lying about that? This is about culture and anything.

        • http://www.thechineseclassroom.com/ John Wang

          It should be about the language. We are learning languages here. Not other things. Thanks

          • john doe

            So what does “culture or anything” mean?

          • http://www.thechineseclassroom.com/ John Wang

            Only the questions about the Chinese Language please.

  • carl

    My question is can you give example sentences using the character Kong meaning free time or sky thanks Carl lenz

    • http://www.thechineseclassroom.com/ John Wang

      Thank you for your asking Carl.
      The example meaning free: Jintian wo you kong. I am free today
      The example Skye:
      jintian tiankong hen lan. The sky is very blue today
      Jintian kongqi hen hao. The air is really good today.

      Kong also could be space.
      Zheli you kong. Here has a space. It could be there is a sit here.

      Xiexie

    • carl

      Xie Xie nin

      • http://www.thechineseclassroom.com/ John Wang

        Bu Keqi. You’re welcome to post any questions here in the future. I am happy to answer them for you. :)

  • SU Dan

    Hi John, I was wondering where I can download this textbook(My Chinese classroom intermediate 1)?

    • http://www.thechineseclassroom.com/ John Wang

      Thank you for asking and nice to know you, Su. I have send you. Please have a check.