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moztoprak8

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 Mehmet OZTOPRAK hotmail.com 
2007-08-31 / 05:01AM

Benny Thanks for your all efforts,

if you explain to us all scenie , we would be glad. we can guess Bobo ,what did say?. But we are not sure , pls think about it ?
:)

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superuser

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 Benny bennysland.com 
2007-08-31 / 10:15AM

Absolutely good idea, Mehmet! Actually we are thinking about to do that in our next series production.

Well let me help you to see what Bobo said here:

Benny : Bù kè qì! (you are welcome!)

Bobo : Wǒ kě yǐ dǎ kāi tā ma? (Can I open it?)

Benny : Duì! (Sure!)

Bobo : Woh… hěn piào liang! (Woh… very beautiful!)

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moztoprak8

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 Mehmet OZTOPRAK hotmail.com 
2007-09-01 / 01:09AM

I guessed all sentences true

xie xie

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superuser

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 Benny bennysland.com 
2007-09-03 / 09:49AM

Well done! Mehmet.

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beth3077

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 Elizabeth Donaghue hotmail.co.uk 
2007-10-15 / 05:06PM

Brilliant but what about us Girls what do we say to the guys? you wouldnt call a guy beautifull!!! (would you?)

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editorbenny

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 Benny bennysland.com 
2007-10-16 / 10:16AM

Good point! Forgive me, Elizabeth. Now let me tell you what girls say to a guy.

Nǐ hěn shuài!

Which means “you are so cute!”

Nǐ = you

hěn = very/so

shuài = cute/handsome

You got it? Let me know if you have more questions!

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beth3077

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 Elizabeth Donaghue hotmail.co.uk 
2007-10-18 / 04:01PM

Excellent! Thanks I know just who i am going to try that one on!!! I have one more q wchich i can not find anyway on the net. How would I tell someone that I am dyslexic and that my son has very bad autism? I know they are not normal ones to want to know but they very important for me.
I also want to say what a great job you do on here I love ask benny always find myself back here!!

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editorbenny

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 Benny bennysland.com 
2007-10-18 / 05:43PM

Xie xie ni, Elizabeth. What you said is rally encourage me! So, always ask me!

In Mandarin, dyslexic is “yue du kun nan” (literally means ‘reading difficult’), and autism is “zi bi zheng”. so here comes:

Wǒ yuè dú kùn nán = I am dyslexic

Wǒ de ér zi yǒu hěn yán zhòng de zì bì zhèng = My son has very bad autism

You got it?

By the way, say Hi to your son from AskBenny! :)

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adrianmacalanda

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 adrian miki macalanda yahoo.com 
2007-12-01 / 03:16PM

hen duo xie benny!! Wo xue han yu and what you’re doing really helps me! xie xie ni! :) I hope i can chat with you personally so that i can talk to you personally… if its OK with you though… zaijian! :P

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editorbenny

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 Benny bennysland.com 
2007-12-02 / 11:18AM

Ni hao adrian. Bu yong ke qi! Wo hen kai xin. I’m glad what I’m doing helps people to learn my language.

Sure, no problem, you can call me if you have questions.

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frigginlicia

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 Alicia Chang gmail.com 
2008-01-12 / 07:04PM

ni hao benny!

i have one question though. Would the sentence still work if I added shi? Like if I said Wo jue de ni shi fei chang piao liang?

xie xie!

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uche

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 David yahoo.com 
2008-02-09 / 05:11PM

pls Benny, i want you to explain to you said "zhe ge song gei ni?

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uche

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 David Uc yahoo.com 
2008-02-09 / 05:13PM

song means?

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eltenochtitlanes

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 Charlie Jordan wronghead.com 
2008-04-05 / 01:36PM

David,

I hope that this answers your question.

Bobo, 这个送给妳

Bobo, zhè gè sòng gěi nǐ

这个 = zhè gè = This; this one

送给 = sòng gěi = give as a present; give

妳 = nǐ = you (feminine for of the character)

Just to let you know, I’m not an expert either, so hopefully those that are more knowledgeable can comment on this :-)

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 shanghai dsfa.cn 
2008-09-27 / 04:19PM

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notveryrichboy

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 james southwick live.com 
2009-05-26 / 05:19AM

i said this to my girlfriend and she thoght i was speaking korean! i said Wo jue de ni fei chang piao liang (although slowly). well, at least i am learning! xie xie ni Benny! Zai Jian.

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notveryrichboy

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 james southwick live.com 
2009-05-27 / 09:48AM

xie xie ni Benny! i am getting faster at saying this. i take at least 2 hours out of my day to learn manderin. you have made great changes in my fluency. and i only missed moving up to a yellow belt by 2! xie xie for all your help im my learning Benny! i didnt thing i could find such an informational website.
Zia Jian!
james.

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sid6581

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 Audiomonster msn.com 
2010-01-27 / 05:55AM

WOW ! Benny is such a seductor ! :)

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patrick

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 Dr. Tech askbenny.net 
2010-02-24 / 08:58AM
To : Audiomonster

Benny, hmmm, he is not bad …

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vultmog

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 vultmog gmail.com 
2012-12-29 / 12:43AM

Please can you explain the different between using hěn and fēicháng and give some examples?

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