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Beginner Expressions Intermediate Vocabulary

How to Use Practical Words Like 和 and 还有 to Order All You Want in Chinese

Do you like your coffee better with milk or sugar? That’s definitely something you want the waiter to be aware of when having a drink in a Chinese coffeeshop! Let’s learn about the best Chinese expressions to say “I’ll have a… with that”.

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Beginner Chinese learning tips Expressions Intermediate Vocabulary

How to say thank you in Chinese: 4 Ways to Show Your Gratitude

Saying thank you in Chinese is as essential as saying hello in everyday life and is a must-know in your Survival Chinese toolkit. Whether you’re traveling to China or living in China, thank you in Chinese is a basic word you’ll find yourself using all the time. As you know, being polite and thankful towards […]

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Beginner Chinese learning tips

How to Say OK Like a Real Chinese

OK is the most used word all over the world. In addition to the ubiquitous OK, each country has their own specific ways of showing agreement. China is no different. It has in fact many ways to show agreement and consent.  As a beginner learning Chinese, not only should you know how to say “yes” but […]

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Ninchanese

The beta update that makes you go “oh no a typo” and then “oh yeah”

“Wow! A typo detector! Awesome” says a Nincha Learner. Curious to know what prompted this Nincha Learner to send us this? Well, come on in, because, boy do we have nice improvements and changes in this beta update for you! Tooltips to show you where everything is, a nice little “typo detector” for when your fingers mess […]

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Chinese culture Ninchanese Vocabulary

Chinese New Year 2015: Happy Spring Festival! 春节快乐!

It’s almost the Chinese New Year so learn how to wish everyone a Happy and Auspicious Happy New Year with our very own Sarah, from the Nincha Team!!

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