Learning : Usage Of Time Words
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JackBauer

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 Jack Bauer gmail.com 
2007-07-24 / 01:12AM

Nice!

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tess

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2007-07-24 / 04:34PM

Benny, you always make things simple.

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cathyju

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2007-07-24 / 05:37PM

It’s difficult to explain something in different language. But “Askbenny” always make things simple. Not only the Chinese learner but also we Chinese can learn a lot from “Askbenny”.

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 Benny bennysland.com 
2007-07-25 / 09:36AM

Thanks, Cathy. So glad that we can help both Mandarin learner and Chinese! Anything you want to learn, ask me!

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zarbiey

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 Abbie Yu gmail.com 
2007-08-03 / 01:22PM

this is great! the lessons help me remember my chinese.

but i am having a hard time reading the simplified chinese though :( i used to be able to read and write simplified but i think i’ve already forgotten _

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editorbenny

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 Benny bennysland.com 
2007-08-03 / 01:52PM

Hey, Abbie. In our experiences, comics and Micro-classes, we’ve put simplified Chinese characters. I hope it helps you review your simplified Chinese Characters. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate, ask me! I’m always here!

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Sariah

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 Sariah gmail.com 
2007-08-12 / 02:26AM

How do you say “I have finished?”… Is there a difference to saying “I am finishing”?

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editorbenny

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 Benny bennysland.com 
2007-08-13 / 10:05AM

“I have finished” = “wo yi jing wan cheng le”. “yi jing” means “already”.

“I am finishing” = “wo yao wan cheng le”. “yao” means “to be going to”.

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Jessica

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2007-10-09 / 11:31AM

thank you!! this has helped me so much

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