The use of the Chinese word for broken depends on the object you’re talking about. Here you learn how to use 破了【pòle=broken, cut, torn】,坏了【huàile=broken】and碎了【suìle= broken to pieces】 with examples.
Chinese beginners or foreigners often confused about the usages of Chinese Preposition 对【duì】and 对于【duìyú】. Get an explanation here.
把【bǎ】 is one of most difficult words to understand for Mandarin Chinese beginners. Find an explanation and examples of the use of 把【bǎ】as measuring word and 把【bǎ】construction that is often used in imperatives for something changes/is done with the things.
Chinese beginners often confuse the use of 得【de】and 的【de】. This beginner information will help you learn how to use the 得【de】construction.
Free Chinese listening exercise along with transcripts and audio file.
An introduction to 10 frequently used Chinese characters along with explanations and sample sentences.
The Chinese language has plenty of humorous expressions. Here’s a few of them along with a brief explanation for each one.
Learn Cantonese Chinese to enhance your cultural experience of China. These phrases will prove extremely useful, whether you’re venturing into China itself or meeting Cantonese-speakers for business purposes. The following Cantonese Chinese phrases will really put you ahead of the game.
When learning the Chinese language, you will probably find polyphones and sound change characters alike and confusing. Polyphone doesn’t equal sound change character, but both of them have multiple pronunciations.
The following method will give you some ideas to improve your Chinese (reading, speaking and writing).