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    Artikel Mandarin (Mandarin Articles)

    1. LingoLearn Chinese Articles
    2. For Newbie Students: How Long I Can Speak Mandarin Chinese Fluently?
    3. Why People Want to Learn Mandarin Chinese? Part 3
    4. Why People Want to Learn Mandarin Chinese? Part 2
    5. Why People Want to Learn Mandarin Chinese?
    6. For Newbie Students: How to Improve My Chinese Level?
    7. Chinese Newbies: Practice Speaking Chinese Alone
    8. For Newbie Students: How Important The Right Pronunciation Is
    9. To Know My Chinese Level: Should I Count How Many Characters I Learnt?
    10. Chinese Newbie' Problems to Learn Speaking Chinese
    11. Why Learning Chinese Characters are important?
    12. Why Learning to Speak Chinese by Memorizing Individual Chinese Words is Difficult?
    13. Chinese Business for Beginners: How do I Learn Mandarin Chinese Business Language?
    14. The Difference between Traditional and Simplified Chinese Characters
    15. The Difference between Formal and Informal Mandarin Chinese
    16. Chinese Exercise 33: The Difference of Sentences
    17. Chinese Exercise 31: The Difference of Sentences
    18. Chinese Exercise 24: The Difference of Sentences
    19. Chinese Exercise 25: The Difference of Sentences
    20. Chinese Exercise 26: The Difference of Sentences
    21. Chinese Idioms (Chengyu) and Meanings Part 1
    22. How to Name in Chinese?
    23. The Comparison between Chinese Proverbs and Chinese Idioms
    24. Music in Chinese
    25. Chinese Language Lesson Plans: Chinese Grammar - The Differences of zongsh and laoshi
    26. Learn Mandarin: How to Use Chinese Character Words diu, nongdiu, and diudiao
    27. Thinking in Chinese: The Similarities and Differences of rnwi, yiwi, and jude
    28. Learn Mandarin: How to Use Chinese Character Words diu, nongdiu, and diudiao
    29. The Similarities and Differences of Chinese Mandarin Characters benlai and yuanlai
    30. Thinking in Chinese: The Similarities and Differences of rnwi, yiwi, and jude
    31. Learn Basic Mandarin Chinese: Chinese Word for Happiness - The Differences of gaoxing, kuaile, and xingfu
    32. Welcome in Chinese Lesson Plan
    33. Love Symbol in Chinese Lesson Plan
    34. Chinese Funny Words Lesson Plan
    35. Learning the Chinese Word for Nature
    36. How to Use Chinese Preposition dui (to, regarding) and duiyu (to, regarding)
    37. How to Use Chinese Words Meanings Broken 'pole (broken, torn)' , 'huaile (broken)' and 'suile (broken to pieces)'
    38. Learn the Basics of Mandarin Chinese: The Use of 'ba'
    39. Learning Chinese Online: How to Use the 'De' Construction
    40. Learn Mandarin Chinese Grammar - The Difference between Verb and Verb + qilai
    41. Chinese Adverbs of Frequency - The Similar and Difference of changchang (Often) , jingchang' (Often) and wangwang (Often)
    42. Chinese Language Lesson Plans: Chinese Grammar - The Differences between zai (again in the future) and you (again in the past)
    43. Mandarin Chinese Lesson Plans: Chinese Grammar Conjunctions - The Difference between haishi (Or) and huozhe (Or)
    44. Mandarin Chinese Lesson Plans: Learn the Difference between dai (bring),na (hold) and qu (pickup)
    45. Chinese Language Lesson Plans: Chinese Grammar - The Differences of dou (all) and suoyou (all)
    46. Lesson Plans for Teaching Chinese: Chinese Comparison - The Differences between bijiao (more, even more) and geng (relatively, rather, fairly, quite)
    47. How Do You Say Good Luck in Chinese?
    48. Chinese Adverbs - The Differences between cai (only, just, not until) and jiu (already)
    49. Lesson Plan on Teaching Chinese to Beginning Students: How to Teach Mandarin Chinese Date Format
    50. How to Teach Can in Chinese - The Similarities and Differences of keyi (can, may), neng (can) and hui (can)
    51. How To Say I'm Sorry In Chinese: The Similarities and Differences of 'dubqi' (sorry, excuse me) and 'bhaoysi' (sorry, feel reluctant)
    52. Learn Mandarin: How to Use Chinese Characters to Form Chinese Time Formats
    53. Learn Mandarin: Chinese Vocabulary - How to Use Chinese Onomatopoeia?
    54. Chinese Negation: The Different Usage of 'meiyou' (not, not have) and 'bu' (not)
    55. Learn Mandarin: How To Create Chinese Punctuation Marks Using MS Word?
    56. How To Write Chinese Punctuation How it Differs From Latinized Punctuation
    57. Teaching Chinese Numbers In the Classroom with Examples
    58. Learn the Chinese Characters to Build Younger Extended Chinese Family Structures
    59. Learn Mandarin: The Use of Chinese Punctuation Marks Similar To European Punctuation
    60. Learn Mandarin: How to Use Chinese Characters to Build Family Relationship Names
    61. Chinese Language Lesson Plans: Mandarin Grammar - Chinese Word Order
    62. Learn Mandarin: Some Additional Methods of Creating Simplified Chinese Characters (Part Two)
    63. Learn Mandarin Grammar: The Use of 'De' and the Corresponding Chinese Character
    64. Learning Mandarin Vocabulary: The Use of the Same Radical on the Left in Chinese Characters

    Penggunaan Measure Word

    Mandarin memiliki "measure word" seperti bahasa Indonesia ada istilah seorang anak, sepotong roti, secangkir teh, dan lain-lain.

     

    Grammar: measure word + kata benda

    Contoh:

    1. 一个【yīg=seorang+孩子【hizǐ=anak

    2. 一块【yīkui=sepotong+面包【minbāo=roti

    3.一杯【yībēi=secangkir+ 茶【ch=teh

     

    Contoh penggunaan measure word dalam kalimat:

    Saya ingin minum secangkir teh.

    我【wǒ=saya+想【xiǎng=ingin+喝【hē=minum+ 一杯茶【yībēi ch=secangkir teh

     


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