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If you want to be able to actually speak, ther…

If you want to be able to actually speak, there is no way around it – you need to APPROACH the language ACTIVELY.

Forming sentences on your own is very different from passive reading and listening.

When you form your sentences, you obviously need a relevant feedback – either from your friend or a tutor.

You can also use our dynamic interactive sentences – for instance HERE, on the day 7 of our DAY BY DAY learning program.

Sentences are in English, so that you can try to translate them.

After you translated the sentence you CLICK on it to hear AUDIO and see the MANDARIN VERSION.

After you tried it on your own, the correct version of the sentence is much more likely to stay in your memory – especially if you give it some extra time to memorise it and review within 24 hours.

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Have fun with our more and more fluent Madarin!

FM_yunfei

We will be happy to see you >HERE<

思想塑造出现实

思想塑造出现实

Sīxiǎng sùzào chū xiànshí

THOUGHTS SHAPE REALITY

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We have been raised in a materialistic culture.
We believe that mind is a result of our biological parts and processes.
We think of ourselves in terms of software and hardware, just as if we were machines.

Maybe there is a reason why we are so massively brainwashed with this materialistic ideology.

People who know what they can accomplish when they gradually learn how to make their dreams come true are much more self-confident and they usually don’t end up as someone else’s slaves.

Our thoughts co-shape the world around us. We are the co-creators of our lives.

Our dying world needs massive awakening of fine and decent people, who won’t forget that power has a straight connection to responsibility.

It is up to you!

Btw. – have you seen Doctor Strange? 🙂

If you want to be able to actually speak, ther…

If you want to be able to actually speak, there is no way around it – you need to APPROACH the language ACTIVELY.

Forming sentences on your own is very different from passive reading and listening.

When you form your sentences, you obviously need a relevant feedback – either from your friend or a tutor.

You can also use our dynamic interactive sentences – for instance HERE, in the day 7 of our DAY BY DAY learning program.

Sentences are in English, so that you can try to translate them. 

After you translated the sentence you CLICK on it to hear AUDIO and see the MANDARIN VERSION. 

After you tried it on your own, the correct version of the sentence is much more likely to stay in your memory – especially if you give it some extra time to memorise it and review within 24 hours.

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Have fun with our more and more fluent Madarin!

FM_yunfei

We will be happy to see you >HERE<

LEARN WORDS IN PRACTICAL SENTENCES

LEARN WORDS IN PRACTICAL SENTENCES

DON’T LEARN ISOLATED WORDS

This advice is based on my experience of both – a language student and a language teacher.

To learn isolated words is usually a waste of your time.

Why?

Our brain has to go through tons of informations and when it decides during our sleep what informations to keep and what informations to throw away, it distinguishes if the information is or isn’t connected to something. The more connected to something else, the more relevant, the more likely to be remembered.

When you learn a word in a sentence, you create a connection to other words and to some situation (and as a side effect you get used to grammatical structures.) 

From my experience – every time I want to help my students with recalling particular word, I remind them of the sentence where they encountered it. It always helps.

That’s why there are about 2000 useful sentences with TOP QUALITY AUDIO on chineseffect.com.

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Hope this advice will help you or your students get further!

FM_yunfei

founder and leading developer of chineseffect

As you can see on the visual 上 /shàng/ is an u…

As you can see on the visual 上 /shàng/ is an universal concept of UP.

We can use it as a verb, as a place specification, as part of other nouns…

The opposite is 下 /xià/ DOWN.

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SEE MORE WORDS AND USEFUL INTERACTIVE SENTENCES >HERE<

See the opposites:

See the opposites:

/gāng/ or 刚才 /gāngcái/ JUST

马上 /mǎshang/ IMMEDIATELY

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We use /gāng/ when something JUST HAPPENED

and 马上 /mǎshang/ when something IS ABOUT TO HAPPEN

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The particle 了 /le/ at the end of a sentence indicates a CHANGE OF STATE

MORE EXAMPLES >HERE<

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Back to chineseffect roots :)

Back to chineseffect roots 🙂

性 /xìng/ SEX, NATURE of THINGS, -ITY

Part of words:

男性 /nánxìng/ MALE SEX

女性 /nǚxìng/ FEMALE SEX

性交 /xìngjiāo/ SEXUAL INTERCOURSE (lit. EXCHANGE of SEXES)

性格 /xìnggé/ CHARACTER

可能性 /kěnéngxìng/ PROBABILITY

Do you want to compare in Mandarin?

Do you want to compare in Mandarin?

This is a very useful rule.

First of all, put the preposition 比 /bǐ/ between the objects that you want to compare, add the quality in which these objects differ and after that specify the amount.

Simple!