inMountains Mandarin Course, 山水中文课。大家好,hello everybody, 这是第11课。This is Lesson 11.

Hello, welcome to Julian's Mandarin Course. Today we continue with our basic Chinese lessons. Welcome to inMountains Mandarin Course. Julian Luo Let's learn how to say this sentence in Chinese (11_I AM AN AMERICAN) . This is Lesson 11, today is 10-23-21, Saturday, my name is Julian Luo, recording this lesson in China Changsha.


Step One: Grammar

The first question. Is there
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a title (sir/madam/Mr./Dr./Professor...), or phrases like
[please/if I may...]?
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in the sentence [11_I AM AN AMERICAN]? They need to be said first in Chinese.
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11_I AM AN AMERICAN

pinyin:[wo Shi yiGe meiguoren.]?
sound:(war Shir yeeGher maygoo-or ren.)?

我是一个美国人


Please close your eyes, see if you can memorize it.
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If you want to learn how to write the characters, just practice them using your finger, on your palm, always write from left to write, from top to bottom, from outside to inside.


Step Two: New Words

I 我 wo

war next


Close your eyes, see if you can remember the characters, and the pinyin. If you find the sounds still difficult to pronounce, please let us know using the comment box on our site.

一般现在时

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Exercises

Q: I am from America.(find out)
Q: I am an English.(find out)
Q: He is a Chinese.(find out)
Q: Are you from the US?(find out)
Q: Do you like America?(find out)
I need how long to get there? (translate)
Your son why break our parking in the street car?' (translate)
This dress needs how much money? (translate)
Sentence: I am not an English.(translate)
Sentence: Do you love China?(translate)
Sentence: Did you live in the US?(translate)

2188_Exercises

Q: I am from America.(find out)
Q: I am an English.(find out)
Q: He is a Chinese.(find out)
Q: Are you from the US?(find out)
Q: Do you like America?(find out)


2125_Exercises

Q: I am from America.(find out)
Q: I am an English.(find out)
Q: He is a Chinese.(find out)
Q: Are you from the US?(find out)
Q: Do you like America?(find out)


Lesson 2188: 9_We have no money

我们没有钱

pinyin: women meiyou qian.
warmen mayyo chain.
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Lesson 2125: 10_He ran so fast!

他跑得好快

pinyin: ta pao de haoKuai
tar powd how Koo-ai.
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Learning Advices 汉语学习建议

animal I am not going to teach you how to write Chinese characters, like this 中国. And I suggest you do not learn them in the future, it takes too much time and it does not worth it, unless you have to pass some exams, Nowadays nobody write Chinese characters anymore, you just type. Just learn to read, talk, so you will be able to have a meaningful conversation with a Chinese person, that is enough.


昨天 yesterday 我们学习了几个词 we learned a few new words.
  1. run (跑) (pao/pow).
  2. fast (快) (Kuai/koo-ai).

Question: She is so beautiful. (Answer: 她she[ta] 长[zhang] 得 grows 好[hao]so 漂亮[PiaoLiang] pretty。【得】【so】)

Question: He is so good looking. (Answer: 他[ta] he 好[hao] so 帅[Shuai] good looking。)

Question: The girl speaks Chinese so well. (Answer: 女孩的[The girl's] nvhai de 中文[Chinese] Zhongwen 说[speaks] shuo 得[de] 真[so]Zhen 好[well] hao。)

Question: China is so beatiful. (Answer: 中国China[zhongguo] 好so[hao] 美beautiful [mei]。)

前天 the day before yesterday.
  1. money (钱) (qian/chain).
  2. we (我们) (women/warmen).
  3. 1 (没有) (meiyou/may yo).

Question: How to say [We don't have money] in Chinese? (Answer: women mei you qian. 我们没钱。= we have no money. The same.)

Question: How to say [Why don't you have money?]? (Answer: You why not have money? / ni Weishenme meiyou qian? = Weishenme ni meiyou qian?)

Question: What does [qian] means? (Answer: qian = 钱 = money)

Question: Do have/has/had have different translation in Chinese? (Answer: No, they share the same word in Chinese, which is [you 有]. In addition, had is also translated as you 有. )

Question: Do [have no] and [don't have] share the same translation in Chinese? (Answer: Yes they do.)