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Top Buzzword of 2014

马上就到年底啦,各种年末总结将蜂拥而至,有网友总结了2014的几大网络流行语,排名不分先后!这些流行语的英语又是怎么表达的呢?下面和小编一起来看看吧! Take a look at the top buzzword of 2014 translated from Chinese to English, 1.有钱就是任性 Rich and Bitch Have you noticed that so many people claimed themselves “rich and bitch” in friends circle and Sina weibo. What a “malicious” …

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Taichi

T’ai chi ch’uan or tàijíquán, often shortened to t’ai chi, taiji or tai chi in English usage, is an internal Chinese martial art practised for both its defense training and its health benefits. It is also typically practised for a …

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Chinese alphabet letters

   Chinese is not a single language, but rather a collection of dialects that are spoken throughout the Asian country of China. According to the language report ethnologies, mandarin Chinese is the most commonly spoken of these dialects, being the native …

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Hello in Chinese mandarin

   Hello in Chinese mandarin could be one of the most important phrases to any Chinese mandarin learners. By adding this important phrase into your vocabulary, you will be prepared to greet anyone in Chinese mandarin.    It is important, of course, …

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I love you in Chinese mandarin

   In my opinion, “I love you” is the most beautiful word in the world, including the Chinese mandarin. Do you know in which case and to whom you say I love you in Chinese mandarin?    First, you can say I …

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Love in Chinese letters

   As far as I am concerned, love is the most beautiful word in the world, which is magical as well. It is the word that expresses your affection to people you are attached to. For Chinese learners, love in Chinese …

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Learn Chinese,Learn Chinese culture

  Chinese culture is one of the world’s oldest cultures. The area in which the culture is dominant covers a large geographical region in eastern Asia with customs and traditions varying greatly between provinces, cities, and even towns. Important components of …

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Say I Love You In Mandarin

When we learn foreign languages one of the first things we always want to learn are the swear words. But, once we learn the swear words we never end up using them because they are rude – especially when spoken …

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Chinese Kongfu

Kongfu is also called national skill or feat, it is a kind of Chinese traditional sport item. It contains series of actions and many single action to fit kick, strike, tumble, hold, fall, cleave…together in some certain rules. It has …

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Difference Between Mandarin & Cantonese Chinese

  The People’s Republic of China’s official language is Mandarin. Cantonese, named after the port city of Canton, now known Guangzhou, in southern China, is another language spoken in China. While Mandarin and Cantonese are often regarded as Chinese dialects because …

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