Video Lesson: The change of third tone (Part I) (Newbie, Module 2)

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  Instructor: Ellie Length: 04:32
  Knowledge Point: Tone Change Rules: the change of third tone Part I (Newbie, Module 2)
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A third tone usually begins form mid-low to low and then rises to mid pitch. But in spoken Chinese, the third tone is rarely pronounced like that if it is followed by another syllable. So how should you pronounce it?
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