Video Lesson: I don't want seat 14! (Part II) (Newbie, Module 1)

In western countries, number 13 is considered unlucky. How about in Chinese? Do any fall between 10 and 19?
Alex says
i hope the pronunciation is good! i want to say " excuse me i want two bottles of beer" the sentence is correct?
January 23, 2014 Reply
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Ellie_Chinese teacher in reply to Alex
Hi Alex,
"Two bottles of beer" in Chinese is "liǎng píng píjiǔ." You don't need the word "gè" in this sentence.  :-)
January 27, 2014 Reply
Alex says
i want o ask is you have lesson "i want to ask" like: i want to ask if is correct or i want to ask if i made correctly something.
January 23, 2014 Reply
Alex says
Ni hao Ellie. Ni hao ma.? Wo3 xiang3 gao4 qiu2 shi4 ran2? yi1 hao4. i want to say "i want to ask is correct first. i can you "hao4" to all numbers ?
January 23, 2014 Reply
michiko says
i like Chinese language
August 23, 2012 Reply
Ellie_Chinese teacher in reply to michiko
I am so happy that you like Chinese. Keep following us, and we have more interesting videos to come!^_^
August 24, 2012 Reply
Vannak Nen in reply to Ellie_Chinese teacher
Sorry, I always got the video lesson that you sent to me but I cannot watch it. Why? Thank you for your sending it to me. 
November 17, 2012 Reply
Ellie_Chinese teacher in reply to Vannak Nen
Thanks for your interest in our video lessons. I checked you account and your membership has expired a while ago. If you are enjoying your learning experience with us, please feel free to restart your membership by clicking the following link Hope you enjoy them. 
May i know how long you have learned Chinese?
November 19, 2012 Reply
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