Video Lesson: Self-introduction  (Newbie, Module 1)

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  Instructor: Becky Length: 02:02
  Knowledge Point: Introduction Part 1: self-introduction (Newbie, Module 1)
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dragon009 says
i hope now is good :)
February 25, 2013 Reply
Becky_Chinese Teacher in reply to dragon009
Hi dargon009!
很(hěn)高兴(gāoxìng)认识(rènshi)你(nǐ)! 
Your sentence is very good. Please pay attention to the word "我(wǒ)." It's a third tone. 
February 26, 2013 Reply
dragon009 says
I can youse Shen Fu like my chines name  my surename Papp in chinese is mean shen fu. 
February 25, 2013 Reply
dragon009 says
Hi. How it is my pronunciation? 

 'Ni hao.Wo shi xin zai zher. Hen gaosing renshi ni. ' -this phrase is corect?
February 9, 2013 Reply
Ellie_Chinese teacher in reply to dragon009
Hi dragon009! If you want to express "I am new here," you could say 我是新来的。Wǒ shì xīn lái de. Then your whole sentence would be "你好。我是新来的。很高兴认识你" (Nǐ hǎo. Wǒ shì xīn lái de. Hěn gāoxìng rènshi nǐ.) Could you give another introduction with your name and other information?
February 20, 2013 Reply
dragon009 in reply to Ellie_Chinese teacher
Thank you. 
I asked one friend  about the name Shen Fu and she say is ok only i don`t know `Shen`- is surename and the name is `Fu` 
 
February 25, 2013 Reply
budaki56 says
Hello is this good?
July 31, 2012 Reply
Becky_Chinese Teacher in reply to budaki56
Hi budaki56, 
你(nǐ)好(hǎo)!
I can hear you self-intoduction now. 我(wǒ)也(yě)很(hěn)高兴(gāoxìng)认识(rènshi)你(nǐ)!
Your pronunciation is really good. Please pay attention to you tones of "很(hěn)高兴(gāoxìng)." I suggest you listen to the text mp3. And read it again. ^_^ 
July 31, 2012 Reply
budaki56 in reply to Becky_Chinese Teacher
Thank you. I'll focus on improving my tones they are a real challenge lol and what does "wo ye hen gaoxing renshi ni"  mean?
July 31, 2012 Reply
Becky_Chinese Teacher in reply to budaki56
也(yě) means also. 我(wǒ)也(yě)很(hěn)高兴(gāoxìng)认识(rènshi)你(ni) literally means I am also very happy to know you. Or you can translate it into "Nice to meet you, too."
I think read aloud after your lesson recording and try to imitate the teacher would be a good method to improve your tones. And you can also upload your recording on our website. We are glad to help you. :-)
July 31, 2012 Reply
budaki56 in reply to Becky_Chinese Teacher
Ok I tried to correct my tones 
August 2, 2012 Reply
Becky_Chinese Teacher in reply to budaki56
Hi budaki56, your tones are better this time. Keep on practising! ^_^
August 6, 2012 Reply
budaki56 in reply to Becky_Chinese Teacher
:D
August 6, 2012 Reply
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