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Elementary Lesson #8 - Going to the Movies in China

Elementary Season 1
Learn Chinese with ChineseClass101.com. Vacationing in China, you have just met a girl that you are interested in getting to know better. Because you two do not like the same types of movies, you suggest going out to eat. She replies in Chinese, "Good. I'm starving! How about some American food?" You are surprised she chooses American food since she is native Chinese. You were thinking Chinese food for that particular reason - besides, you really like Chinese food. You tell her in Chinese, "I actually like Chinese better. American food is too bland. The spicier the food, the better." She gives you a look of disagreement. After all, she has been eating Chinese food all her life. Because you cannot decide on a movie or a restaurant, she suggests the mall where you both can get whatever you like to eat in the food court. You can't agree on anything...maybe opposites attract? Learning Chinese with ChineseClass101.com is the most fun and effective way to learn Chinese. In this Chinese Elementary lesson, we will teach you a Chinese phrase that helps you express that something intensifies as another does too, with two patterns to express just this. In addition, we will give you some more Chinese vocabulary! The more you come to ChineseClass101.com, the more Chinese you will learn, so come back to ChineseClass101.com for more fantastic lessons. Leave us a message while you're there.

Beginner #8 - The Flirt

Beginner Season 1
Learn Chinese with ChineseClass101.com! This guy that lives down the street from you in China has been staring at you all week! You really wish he would stop...he's starting to become a little creepy. Just as you say that...here he comes! He asks you in Chinese, "Do you have a cup of sugar?" Caught a little off guard, you tell him in Chinese, "I'm sorry. I do not have a cup of sugar." As he smiles and walks away, you have to believe it did not take all week for him to ask you for a cup of sugar. As you sit pondering this thought, he startles you by asking you in Chinese, "Do you have a dog?" Ummm...you reply in Chinese, "No, I don't have a dog." As he begins to walk away, you stop him and ask him in Chinese, "Do you have something to say?" Finally, he asks embarrassedly in Chinese, "Do you have a boyfriend?" You can't help by laugh, making him feel HORRIBLE! Mistaking your relief for ridicule, he chastises you in Chinese, "I can't imagine why" as he storms away angry! Learning Chinese with ChineseClass101.com is the most fun and effective way to learn Chinese! This Chinese Beginner lesson will teach you how to talk about why you "do not have" or "did not do" in Chinese. We will also talk about how to answer personal questions in Chinese! Visit us at ChineseClass101 where you will find tons of fantastic Chinese lessons and learning materials! Leave us a message while you are there!

Survival Phrases #8 - Can You Speak English?

Survival Phrases
Learn Chinese travel phrases with ChineseClass101.com! A little Chinese can go such a long way! Whether you're traveling, visiting, or sightseeing, ChineseClass101.com has all the essential travel phrases just for you! In this lesson, we cover another high frequency Chinese phrase sure to be of use on your trip, travels or vacation to China. In this lesson, we learn how to ask if someone can speak English. Be sure to stop by ChineseClass101.com and leave us a post!

All About #7 - Chinese Cuisine

All About
Knowing what one does about the Chinese affinity for 'alternative' meats, what impression does a menu item called Lion's Head leave you with? Is a dish called Ants Climbing Trees a cause for alarm? In this All About Chinese series, Amber and Victor, two people who have eaten their way through China, give you their 'Top 5 Foods to Try in China' list.  We lead you from the succulent to the divine in this list of foreigner-friendly menu items. But, Chinese food wouldn't be Chinese food without the 'Top 5 Foods for the Brave'. Who knew there could ever be a list of 'food' that would include smelly socks, 100 year old black gelantinous substances, sea creatures featured on Disney cartoons, intoxicated seafood, and saliva. t's all here folks. In this lesson on Chinese Cuisine, learn what to eat, and how to swallow it, with ChineseClass101—your guide to discovering all you never knew about China.

Advanced Audio Blog #7 - Comfort Food

Advanced Audio Blog 1
Learn Chinese with ChineseClass101.com! The Chinese New Year is an exciting time of year and quite meaningful for everyone! Everyone rushing around, visiting family they haven't seen all year, women cooking, everything clean and new. But for each person in China, the Chinese New Year holds special memories. In my earliest memories of the Chinese New Year, I remember the smell of crisp new clothes, and how my hair never looked quite right for pictures the next day because they always cut it too short in my opinion! I remember adults rushing all over my Chinese neighborhood, almost tripping over the children, as we tried our best to stay out of their way lest they try to put us to work, interrupting our boastful stories of how we tempted fate - without witness of course - over the passing year! As I grow older and the meaning of the Chinese New Year changes, I wonder if these memories are mine alone, figments of my huge imagination as a child in China...or do others feel the same? Learning Chinese with ChineseClass101.com is the most fun and effective way to learn Chinese! This Chinese Advanced Audio Blog lesson will teach you about the Chinese New Year through the memories of a young woman in China, and it's completely in Chinese so you can practice speaking Chinese while you listen! As a bonus in this lesson, we'll give you a fantastic Chinese recipe! So visit us at ChineseClass101.com and grab any supplemental Chinese materials you may need to accompany this lesson, including the translation, and settle in for a lovely story in Chinese while you eat a yummy Chinese snack! Don't forget to leave us a message while you are there! We'd love to hear from you!