Video Lesson: The Invisible "i" (how to read "zhi chi shi ri", Part I) (Newbie, Module 2)

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  Instructor: Becky Length: 04:52
  Knowledge Point: Finals: i Part I (Newbie, Module 2)
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Pinyin "i" could be invisible sometimes. But when?
Alex says
Nihao Backy, Ni hao ma?  this phrase is correct? 
January 16, 2015 Reply
Helen Zhang (Chinese Teacher) in reply to Alex
Hi Alex,
Sure, you can say so. But we have some more authentic ways to greet somebody. Take a look at these two lessons:
http://www.dongyu.com/learn-chinese/greetings-part1
http://www.dongyu.com/learn-chinese/greetings-part2
February 6, 2015 Reply
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