Personally what happened to me was I saw four and started typing that then realized it was forty because of the next character but I accidentally typed fourty instead of forty since I had already started typing four. So it said I got the question wrong even though I answered correctly there was just a typo and on most other questions it accepts it but just tells you you had a typo instead of saying you got the whole thing wrong. Still my fault for rushing though!
why does yuan sound like "gun" in all of these? Yuan seems to have at least 2 syllables to me yet the voice uses only one syllable. What he says is supposed to be "yuan" right?
For Chinese it is basically 1 character - 1 syllable. Yuan is not supposed to be pronounced as yu-an.
I just looked it up and apparently 'fourty' is incorrect spelling. Im even learning some English in this Mandarin course! :p
Okay, i know this is off topic considering the sentence, but im really hoping someone can help me out. "Ming", "xing" "me" and "ne" doea anybody know what these four mean? Theyre the only ones i javent gotten down and i would really like to gwt them down before i finish the lesson.
There are many characters with the same pinyin. It will be more likely that someone can help you if you can type the characters here, or at at least provide in which sentences you have found them.
I used fourty and it marked it wrong even though it is correct. Just a old way of spelling
❤❤❤❤❤❤ leave it for fourty and get it right,Someone report me that means they are a ❤❤❤❤❤.A ❤❤❤❤❤❤ ❤❤❤❤❤