Video Lesson: This is my boyfriend! (Newbie, Module 2)

Lesson Information
  Instructor: Becky Length: 01:56
  Knowledge Point: This-Demonstrative Pronoun (Newbie, Module 2)
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A girl is flirting with your boyfriend. You can’t stand her anymore: “this is my boyfriend!”
edwardwong says
Hi, I cannot load the videos. What's happening ?



March 9, 2012 Reply
Helen Zhang (Chinese Teacher) in reply to edwardwong
Hi Edward, I checked out the videos and they seem to work well. Are you still having issues? Let me know if you still have questions or need any help.
March 12, 2012 Reply
pinyinLVR says
I just wanna know what Day Day up and "wen bar" mean in chinese?  Is that slang talk?
February 14, 2012 Reply
Becky_Chinese Teacher in reply to pinyinLVR
Day Day up is a literal translation from a Chinese slang "tiān tiān xiàng shàng," which means to make progress everyday. In this channel, we hope our students can learn some Chinese everyday and make progress step by step.
February 14, 2012 Reply
Becky_Chinese Teacher in reply to pinyinLVR
Thanks. Good question! 
"Wèn" means "to ask" in Chinese. "Wen Bar" literally means "the bar of different questions about Chinese." It is a channel that we answer students questions. If you have any questions about learning Chinese, feel free to let us know. We will answer your questions in "Wen Bar."
February 14, 2012 Reply
joseph6704 says
ok,teacher speaks so fast to give directions, hers English is good and clear but I think that  explanation is very fast
February 11, 2012 Reply
Becky_Chinese Teacher in reply to joseph6704
Thank you for letting us know. We will pay attention to this in the future.
February 14, 2012 Reply
elizas says
Lesson is way too fast and the speaker's giddiness is very annoying.
February 10, 2012 Reply
pinyinLVR in reply to elizas
they expect me to talk the same way at my job.  they gotta be kidding  I work in a grocery food chain.  I can be this giddy for 6 hours straight.
February 14, 2012 Reply
Becky_Chinese Teacher in reply to pinyinLVR
Hehe... Take care please.  : )
February 14, 2012 Reply
fredrao in reply to elizas

Thanks for letting us know. May I know your Chinese level? Did you feel the Chinese portion was too fast? It would help us adjust our teaching approach. FYI: we try to use normal speed as a native Chinese speaks Chinese. Thanks. 
February 11, 2012 Reply
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