Let's learn mandarin chinese language  

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Mandarin Chinese is often labelled as difficult to learn for the average speaker of "Western" languages. The usual reasons given are that the writing system is time-consuming to master and radically different from systems based on the Latin alphabet. Another often cited hurdle is that it is tonal. This means that each stressed syllable has its own pitch associated with it. Changing the pitch can change the meaning. In theory, at least, pronouncing "ma" with a high level pitch, or saying it with a falling-rising pitch can mean talking about your mother or a horse. In practice, though, the social and linguistic context give enough clues so that messing up one's tones may not be as serious as usually believed.

That's about the introduction of mandarin chinese language, and I have a dream that I can speak mandarin chinese well (as seen on TV :) ) , that's why I want to share with you and want to study with you - if you want to also :) - mandarin chinese language. I'll share the materials I have about this language (and you can share here also) so that we can study together, I'm still in beginner level, but I do love to speak mandarin chinese language, so Let's start to learn mandarin chinese language, let's study together, yao bu yao ?

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aduh..gua kagak bisaaaa :P
pu hui hahaha :D

July 31, 2008 at 6:56 PM

gw belajar mandarin les 2 taon..kaga full sich..bolong2... akhirnya ya mandarin gw gitu2 doank... baca?? jangan harap... nulis? apa lage... ngomong?? dikit2 i can lah hahahahaha :) paraaah deh

July 31, 2008 at 10:37 PM

wo yao!!

August 1, 2008 at 10:07 AM

pucca: bisa gak bia harus belajar, kan ini blogku :), bukan maalah bisa atau gak bisa tapi mau atau tidak mau, INGAT itu !!! :)
@fun: maju terus pantang mundur Fun :) yang penting harus punya mental "tidak tau malu" kalo belajar mandarin :)
@devita: yao ? Hao ba, rang wo men xue xi zhong wen ! :)

August 1, 2008 at 1:37 PM

Learning Mandarin Chinese is a blast! I love to memorize the characters, it is not so difficult and is very meditative. If you're looking to pick up some Chinese go to www.zhongwenred.com

August 3, 2008 at 11:56 AM


Mandarin is China’s other main language, it is spoken primarily in most of Northern and Southwestern China, in a wide variety of different dialects. Many of these dialects are distinctive enough to sometimes be considered as separate languages. Thanks a lot...

October 10, 2011 at 2:16 PM

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