Thank you. Normally, jumping right into a language Duo Lingo style is great! - However for this, I felt first some fundamentals should be learned. lol.
I started learning Chinese not with 你好 or pinyin. I learned stuff like 一二三四五(12345) first and Im sure it's probably more basic. Besides its kind of a waste of time doing a whole chapter of 你，好 &你好。
Find the letter b in Good good good good good good good good good good good good good good good good good good good good good good good good good good good good good good good good good good good good goob
Is this similar to romaji for Japanese? The consensus in that community is that romaji is a crutch that will hinder you later on. But, as Japanese kanas almost always sound the same, it may be different.
I'm 21 and this is my 4th time downloading this app (because that's how many times I've given up on it).
You need to memorize what the symbols look like and what they sound like. It's like learning the alphabet all over again, except a lot harder
The only way I can get it to work is to use the word bank option on my computer.
Honestly, when we did intensive language courses in China, you learn pinyin for one lesson, and that was it. You learn the pinyin of a character, but the most important is the tones of the character (especially when speaking).
Pinyin is basically the letters that represent each character. I really recommend everyone to find an online lesson and learn the pronunciation and grouping of pinyin first! (It really helps later on)
☀️ the roman transcription for chinese. Fir example «Nǐ hǎo» is the pinyin for «你好»
Yes, pinyin is the most widespread Western (Latin) transliteration of Chinese.
Pinyin is a device created after PRC founded in 1949 in order to help people pronounce Mandarin Chinese and promote education.（People in different regions of China speak 100+ languages/dialects, among which there are 30+ written ones.）
Thanks to the missioners from Italy (eg: Matteo Ricci 1552-1610), France (eg: Nicolas Trigualt), & Britain (eg: Robert Morrison/ Thomas Wade), and the 19th-century Chinese phonologists, the pinyin we use today is composed of Latin alphabets and four tones. #PS. The first try of phonetic notation for Chinese characters was not Latin but Arabian.
Anyway, learn pinyin as Mandarin 101 so that you can look up any character, word, and idiom in dictionaries without any help from others.
Write the character by yourself, you will learn faster and gain more understanding. This language is really unique, it has 4 different tones which give different meaning as it applies to a character. Learn how to write and speak it. Soon you will master it.
I think is grate to start with níh, háo & níhháo and not with numbers well thats my opinion
I tried hao and it said it wasn't correct. But it is. So, why is it saying that it's not?
Hi. I have a question concerning this course. I have a method of my own to study Chinese. I would like to study Chinese without the characters to an intermediate levels. Could this course be modified in a way that one could study it through by writing Pinyin when Chinese script is required?
I have also another question: I already know some basic Chinese with Pinyin: Maybe some 500 words or so. I don't know exactly. I would like to write with Pinyin with my Chinese friends. I don't want it to transform into Chinese characters. How could the all the tones be written with my Finnish keyboard setting? I have tried to find for hints from internet but I haven't found anything. I already can write the second and the fourth tone with a letter and a mark combination, for example: à and á. When I write Chinese I need to write the third tone upside down with my keyboard: â. And the first tone I just mark like a1: So for example. Jin1 tian1 wô zài xué hànyû gen1 wô de péngyou.
Not sure if I understand correctly, but you can select Chinese keyboard software from the language settings of your computer or smart phone. Its better to type characters directly with them, since you know their hanyupinyin it will be a little easier, it's better for your language learning journey in the long run anyway.
Can i just get a Chinese girlfriend to speak foreign language up and down my home lol
You have to configure your keyboard. If you are a beginner like me, use the buttons at the bottom to complete the activity. I hope soon we will be able to use the pinyin way :)
I want to know ... from where i should start learn chinases cuz dolingo it start with words ... iam so lost
The pronunciation of the diacritics reminds me of crescendos and descendos in music. It makes it easier to learn for me :-)
I don't get it. The male voice speaks the same words as the female, but it sounds different. Really, why?
The chinese translation for "Good" is the same correct answer for "Hello"
ya i don't think that Chinese would be that good of a language for me to learn
this is stupid, why should we have to change our keyboard layout each time when we want to practice chinese? solely because duo lingo does not work with pin yin like it should.
My computer allows me to switch between English and Chinese by pressing the shift button for about three seconds. Besides, I think its easier to use than if duolingo were to somehow enable 拼音 input
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If you're on Windows 10: Go to the Settings, select Time and Language, and then Region and Language on the side. Click "Add a language" and search for Chinese. (If I'm correct, this is simplified Chinese, China.) If you want to add handwriting as a function, click on the added language, options, and download "Handwriting." Then restart your computer. You should be able to change the language you type in on the taskbar.
If you run something that isn't Windows 10, you can look it up, or do something similar in Control Panel, I assume.
find the p in this
Ni means you Háo means good Technically you wouldn't reply with just háo but... Eh. Ni hao means hello, but it literally means "you good!"
My bad, I thought I was on a different question. I think they want the actual symbols, not pinyin so you learn actual Chinese.
TRANSLATION FROM ENGLISH TO CHINESE I DONT KNOW HOW TOO MAKE THEM SIGNS
If you can find caps lock, then you should be able to type Google in your browser window as well and then ask there. Voila, your problem is solved.
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