Category Archives: Chinese

Colloquial Chinese, hopefully

Albeit that I am a day late to effectively contribute last week’s post, I am here presently!  As I’d noted, I will strive to continue writing even amidst the looming of the A.P. examinations; to speak more specifically, I will … Continue reading

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An exceedingly literal interpretation, and an exercise in brevity.

Two’s company; three people constitute a multitude, as evidenced by this: 众.

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A Chinese tidbit

I will begin this post by noting that I’ve always enjoyed studying foreign tongues, albeit that I think you may’ve deduced this from some other posts. I particularly like observing the syntactics of a given language, as they allow me … Continue reading

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