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schnaz - 学习小贴士

Postby schnaz » 2017-02-22, 16:09

I hope this tie3zi 帖 pleases ya.
帖 = tie3 zi = invitation , message, forum post.
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研究援助 (2) yan2jiu1 yuan2zhu4 (2) study aid (2)

Postby schnaz » 2017-03-01, 14:03

People in the yi4hui4 议会 have a lot to say.
议 = yi4 = consult, talk over
会 = hui4 = meet, assemble
Together it means parliament or legislative assembly.
"What a revoltin´ development this is." Daffy Duck

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研究援助第三 yan2jiu1 yuan2zhu4 di 3 study aid #3

Postby schnaz » 2017-04-30, 11:07

I am trying never to forget
that a xiao3 ti2 qin2 小提琴
is none other than a violin.
"What a revoltin´ development this is." Daffy Duck

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研究援助第四) yan2jiu1 yuan2zhu4 di 4 study aid 4

Postby schnaz » 2017-05-13, 15:01

I don't have a way to bao4fu4 do you?
bao4fu4 = 暴富 = get rich quick
"What a revoltin´ development this is." Daffy Duck

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Re: schnaz - 学习小贴士

Postby OldBoring » 2017-05-15, 20:41

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Please do not open a new thread for each reminder or "study aid" as you call them. Instead, it is UniLang's tradition to open personal threads in language forums.


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