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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.



Rated 5 / 5 stars


The presentation of the language, while instructive, was made hilarious with the liberal use of Engrish and insults

The analogies were even more hilarious (down and up, like dead body in river)

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


Straight to the point, good.
The words could be animated, that would make it better.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


Flash didnt have as much eye candy as most would want from a visual flash, but it makes up for it in content. Never before has learning 4 major tones been more raunchy and funny. Keep up the good work.

Alot of people arent getting that this is a flash for laughs. For this bright ray of sunshine of humanity's future generations a.k.a PhinnyCupcakes, do you really think you're going to learn Chinese on a newgrounds flash? Also It's like you didnt even watch the flash and you're bashing it. You could do this in 2-3 hours? Your shitty art implies otherwise.

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


But it isn`t that good because of the animation, but the humor is very good in it!
Well done, but there isn't even a "Play" buttom to start the flash...
But it`s very informative, since I`m lazy, I live in america (continent) and chinese is a very useful language!

@doctormorgus Don`t you mean 'spanish'? 'Cuz there's no mexican language.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I want to learna da Chinee

but sadly I have this odd singsong accent even in my native english, I don't know if I could ever speak a language where tones changed word meaning...