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你不能学中文 Student 09/15/2019 (Sun) 21:53:13 ID: e7409d No.20
Thread dedicated to the Chinese language

Chinese With Ease
>What we need
Sites and resources to help newcomers learn the language
Edited last time by AlphabetSoup on 09/19/2019 (Thu) 19:57:40.
I've been learning Mandarin at a slow speed but it's fun. I'm learning simplified characters. If you're learning Mandarin or another Chinese language talk about it here.
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Refer to >>20
But otherwise feel free to discuss it here, if you feel like it.
Truly epic my friend, I tip my fedora to you.
In all honesty though I'm mostly concerned about interacting with Hong Kong and Taiwan
Should probably learn Cantonese then
updated resources
Why would you want to learn the barbarian tongue of a race of cannibal dog eaters, anon?
>>209 China has existed for thousands of years and arguably has some interesting history that can enrich the world. The fact that inbred mongrels are part of its total population is irrelevant to that. Besides, if you dislike them, knowing what they're saying behind your back is reason enough to know some Flurunes.
>>27 based and truthpilled
/sino/ pastebin with some links for Mandarin, Cantonese, Hokkien, Wu, and Uyghur: https://pastebin.com/KpgEG6G9 Anyone have any resources for Hakka?
reup the pastebin on ghostbin
entire John DeFrancis spoken and written Chinese audio series on archive.org: https://archive.org/details/audio?query=john+defrancis there are also accompanying books to be found on libgen by the same guy, but unfortunately no spoken intermediate or advanced ones if anyone knows where to find the PDFs for intermediate/advanced (not the reader) then please share
>>514 try z-lib.org
>>255 doesnt works
>>31 I thought they mostly spoke Mandarin in Taiwan. Albeit written int raditional characters
>>592 Yeah, I'm pretty sure they do.
>中文線 >一句中國話都沒有 這兒的人是不是真的對中文有興趣?
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>>20 我喜欢非常大咪咪
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你們好啊! 沒想到這樣的image board會有這樣的thread! 我有中文朋友,還有IB朋友,但還沒有什麽又會説中文又會用IB的朋友! yoroshiku 你們喜歡動畫或者漫畫嗎? 看過時光代理人沒有? 第二季在哪裏啊!
>>516 Nothing, Anon. We will have to learn with another book.

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