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Published on January 9, 2008

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                                                                         Free Trial Lesson  你好!Nǐ  hǎo    你好 is  a  popular  greeting.  It  means  “Hi”,  “Hello”,  “How  are  you?”  in  English. The response would be  “你好”also.    我叫……    Wǒ  jiào  ……  叫  means “ be called”. You may say “  我是……” also, which means “ I  am  …”  你叫什么?Nǐ  jiào shénme ?  May I have your name ?    什么  means “ what”.    谢谢!Xièxie  Thanks/ Thank you!  The answer to it would be “  不用谢” or “不客气”.    再见!Zàijiàn    See you/ Byebye    How much do you know about the Chinese language ?  May I make a brief introduction to you ?      Copyright 2006~2008 

                                                                         Firstly, I’d like to talk something about  “普通话” Pǔtōnghuà  。  普通话,literally “ common speech”, is the standard form of the Chinese  language  and  is  known  as  Mandarin  Chinese.    It  is  based  on  the  Northern  dialect.    普通话  is  taught  in  schools  and  spoken  by  TV  and  radio presenters in China.    The Northern dialect has many sub‐divisions  which  are  spoken  by  the  majority  of  the  population.    The  differences  between  northern  sub‐divisions  are  not  huge,  but  the  differences  between southern dialects are enormous.    The major southern dialects  are Cantonese, Shanghai dialect, Fujian dialect and Zhejiang dialect.    All  these dialects share the same script.    Secondly, I’d like to introduce  拼音  to you.  (  Pīnyīn)  Many  foreigners may think that it’s  difficult to  learn  Chinese characters  while  it’s  much  easier  to  learn  拼音  only.  Chinese  characters  give  no  indication  of  how  they  are  pronounced.  拼音  is  the  Chinese  Phonetic  Alphabet System which was devised in 1958 and has since been adopted  as  a  standard  form  to  represent  Chinese  sounds.  It  will  be  helpful  to  learn  拼音  well.    Last but not the least, let’s talk about the tones(声调).  In Mandarin Chinese, there are four tones. Each syllable in isolation has    Copyright 2006~2008 

                                                                         its tone, and the same syllables with different tones can mean different  things. For example, mā  with the first tone means “ mum”, má  with the  second  tone  “linen”,  mǎ  with  the  third  tone  means  “  horse”  and  mà  with the fourth tone “ to swear”.    Hope that you will enjoy your studying at Cchello.      Copyright 2006~2008 

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