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Most Popular Posts of 2015 Posted by on Jan 4, 2016

The New Year is a great time for reflection – looking back on the ups and downs of the past year – and also a good time to look forward. With each year that goes by, we want this blog to be better and better, and the only way to do that is by making…

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100 Most Common Chinese Characters (#81-100) Posted by on Oct 28, 2014

It’s been a long journey, but we’re finally to the last 20 of the 100 most common Chinese characters in our video series. 行 – xíng go; OK 方 – fāng side; square 又 – yòu again; both… and… 如 – rú like; as; as if 前 – qián in front; previous; ago 所 –…

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100 Most Common Chinese Characters (61-80) Posted by on Sep 9, 2014

Keep on practicing the 100 most common Chinese characters with the 4th video that teaches you characters #61-80: 没 – méi is not, have not 日 – rì sun, day 于 – yú in, at, for, to, by 起 – qǐ rise, start 还 – hái still, yet 发 – fā send, deliver 成 –…

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100 Most Common Chinese Characters (41-60) Posted by on Aug 12, 2014

We’re working our way through the 100 most common Chinese characters in short videos, and today we’re moving along with #s 41-60. Learn 20 more important Chinese characters in under two minutes by following along and practicing your pronunciation.

100 Most Common Chinese Characters (21-40) Posted by on Jul 17, 2014

Keep going through the 100 most common Chinese characters with us in the 2nd video covering #s 21-40: 为  – wèi for, because of 子 – zǐ child, son 和  – hé and, together, with 你 – nǐ you 地 – dì earth, ground, position, place 出 – chū go out 道 – dào way…

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100 Most Common Chinese Characters Posted by on Nov 7, 2013

As most of you may know, Chinese is a language of characters (汉字 – hàn zì). In total, there are tens of thousands of different characters. Don’t let that intimidate you, though – if you know a few thousand, you’ll be just fine. It’s important to remember, however, that most words in Chinese are made…

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