Video Lesson: I like them all! (Part I) (Newbie, Module 4)

Lesson Information
  Instructor: Ellie Length: 03:12
  Knowledge Point: "dōu" as an Adverb Part 1: "dōu"+verb (Newbie, Module 4)
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Who do you prefer? Adele or Taylor Swift? I like them both!
Douglas says
Wo he dou kekoukele ye xue bi danshi wo hai xihuan kekoukele.

Doug
May 22, 2012 Reply
Becky_Chinese Teacher in reply to Douglas
You mean "kěkǒukělè hé xuěbì wǒ dōu hē, dànshì wǒ gèng xǐhuan kěkǒukělè"   I drink both the coca-cola and sprite, but I prefer coca-cola?
May 28, 2012 Reply
Douglas says
I have taken Mandarin speaking lessons privately (one-on-one) for a few years and while the teacher is quite good, I find that I am learning and retaining more chinese language with the "echinese" lessons.

Doug
May 22, 2012 Reply
Ellie_Chinese teacher in reply to Douglas
I'm very happy to hear that,Douglas. And if you have any questions during your learning, feel free to let me know.:)
August 1, 2012 Reply
bashodasahn says
great,great,great ... 谢谢老师Ellie
May 8, 2012 Reply
Ellie_Chinese teacher in reply to bashodasahn
You're welcome. If you have any questions, feel free to let me know!
August 1, 2012 Reply
takak says
Hi

Coke 和 Sprite 我都喜欢

is this ok?
Takako
April 5, 2012 Reply
Ellie_Chinese teacher in reply to takak
Excellent! Me too! ^_^
Your Chinese is good! 
Did you learn Chinese before?
April 6, 2012 Reply
takak in reply to Ellie_Chinese teacher
Hi Ellie
This is first time to study Chinese.
I had been thinking about  study. I decided this year.
Grammer is interesting. Writing is difficult.
I'll try for a while. Thank you for your help.
I enjoy your course.
谢谢,再见
Takako
April 16, 2012 Reply
Ellie_Chinese teacher in reply to takak
I'm glad to hear you like our courses. If you have any questions about Chinese, please feel free let me know. 
April 17, 2012 Reply
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