坏 小孩, huài xiǎohái, bad/naughty kid:
长命百岁, cháng mìng bǎi suì, long life hundred year old, a phrase to wish people to have long and healthy life:
美丽的 姑娘, měilìde gūniáng, beautiful girl:
雄 鹰 翱翔, xióng yīng áoxiáng, male eagle soars:
雄狮, xióng shī, male lion:
熊, xióng, bear:
蟹, xiè, crab:
美丽的 家乡, měilìde jiāxiāng, beautiful hometown:
Journey to the West characters:
唐僧, Táng Sēng, Tang Sanzang: check http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Xuanzang_%28fictional_character%29
孙 悟空, Sūn Wùkōng, The Monkey King: check http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sun_Wukong
猪 悟能, Zhū Wùnéng, Pigsy: check http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zhu_Bajie
沙 悟净, Shā Wùjìng, Sand: check https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sha_Wujing
Brilliant mind great job done tQ
Thanks for always being there.
Yes, indeed. I'm glad that I found the creative works from the brilliant young lady from China. She inspires me!
Great information. Learning Chinese is really difficult for English people. Many people are focusing into learning grammar rule and forget vocabularies. You will definitely concentrate on grammar principles and concentrate on evaluating Chinese when you look into grammar regulations. Simply puts, when you think of Chinese, you consider the grammar, subject, predicate, object all the things. For writing Chinese, that's all right Just because when you write Chinese you have time. You could go gradually. You could write really gradually, you could think of it, you could eliminate your error. For talking, certainly there is no time to think of regulations, the sentence framework in Chinese when you talking and listening closely. Well, I am a native Chinese speaker and I could tell you I never ever studied grammar regulations up until highschool. And we looked into grammar regulations just for composing.
Banjamin, thanks for the comment. Wish you luck!
I'm glad that I found the creative works from the brilliant young lady from China. She inspires me...
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