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Jul 12, 2011 | 8:06 AM EDT
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The Newgrounds (Xin Di) internet webpage company present an informative series on the teaching of a Chinese Language. He is very simple, so lazy American people can learn this useful world language.

These lesson is for the Mandarin (world language), not Cantonese (the People's language).

Chinese for Lazy American People
Lesson 1 : The important Chinese Tone.

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10,000 thank you for Front Page ... Chinagrounds is good place to learn important lesson.

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devilwerefox242devilwerefox242

Rated 5 / 5 stars July 21, 2011

Hilarious

I wasn't really paying attention to the lesson but the "You f-- a horse" part made me laugh. Good job at this



jorel658jorel658

Rated 5 / 5 stars July 21, 2011

even though

yeah good or should i say Excellent explanation but even with those marks in it. Its still hard to find all those characters with that type of pronunciation. not to mention that there are about 64 characters and some of them just adding those 5 additional lines may or will change the meaning of the character which makes it MORE DIFFICULT to understand the entire thing. Imagine one line in a character could change everything. But wait there is more, the lines does not just make you change pronunciation but it also changes the meaning as well, PLUS not to mention that some Chinese characters HAVE THE SAME MEANING and with a few line changes it changes its full meaning. SO DIFFICULT.



EMProductionsEMProductions

Rated 5 / 5 stars July 21, 2011

Wow, after this...

There's no way in hell I'm gonna try and learn chinese.
All these tones, it's just redicurous!


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cheep-gamercheep-gamer

Rated 5 / 5 stars July 21, 2011

Wow

At first i was going to blam this but, this is actually real chinese. lolz



Un5pok3nUn5pok3n

Rated 3 / 5 stars July 21, 2011

Educational and sarcastic.

Submissions like this should be made mandatory for people learning to speak languages, or even if they interact with non-english speakers.