How to say alligator, ant, anteater and armadillo in Chinese?

After three series of learning Chinese (how to call family members in Chinese, how to name body parts in Chinese and how to name vegetables and fruits in Chinese), the forth lesson series starts today: Lesson 4-Animals.

The animals in this series include wild and domestic animals, sorted alphabetically by common name. Today, I am going to teach you to say alligator, ant, anteater and armadillo in Chinese.

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How to say tomato, watermelon, yam and zucchini in Chinese?

Since September 2009, once a week, I have been putting out a lesson on how to name vegetables and fruits in Chinese. Today’s lesson is the last episode of this series.

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How to say snow pea, spinach, sweet potato and strawberry in Chinese?

Spinach truly is one of the healthiest foods you can eat. Though low in calories, spinach contains high concentration of iron and calcium. It is extremely high in antioxidants, especially when fresh, steamed, or quickly boiled (see Get children eat vegetables: Spinach casserole with bacon and fresh shiitake mushrooms). It is a rich source of […]

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How to say pumpkin, papaya, pineapple and plum in Chinese?

It looks like there are more vegetables and fruits starting with the letter p. Besides pea, potato, peach and pear, pumpkin, papaya, pineapple and plum all start with the letter p. Here is the tutorial on how to say pumpkin, papaya, pineapple and plum in Chinese.

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How to say pea, potato, peach and pear in Chinese?

Now you know how to say vegetables and fruits starting with the letter o (see How to say olive, onion, nectarine and orange in Chinese?) , which vegetables and fruits start with the letter p? Here they come, pea, potato, peach and pear.

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How to say olive, onion, nectarine and orange in Chinese?

Today, I am going to teach you to say olive, onion, nectarine and orange in Chinese.

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How to say mushroom, mango, mandarin, and mulberry in Chinese?

Today, I am going to teach you to say mushroom, mango, mandarin and mulberry in Chinese.

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How to say leek, lettuce, lemon and lime in Chinese?

Today, I am going to teach you to say leek, lettuce, lemon and lime in Chinese.

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How to say garlic, green bean, grape and grapefruit in Chinese?

Today, I am going to teach you to say garlic, green bean, grape and grapefruit in Chinese.

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How to say celery, corn, cucumber and coconut in Chinese?

There are a lot of vegetables and fruits startting with the letter c. Besides carrot, cauliflower, cantaloupe and cherry (see How to say carrot, cauliflower, cantaloupe, and cherry in Chinese?), there are celery, corn, cucumber and coconut all starting with the letter c. Do you know how to say them in Chinese?

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How to say carrot, cauliflower, cantaloupe, and cherry in Chinese?

Now you know how to say vegetables and fruits starting with the letter b (see How to say bell pepper, broccoli, banana and blueberry in Chinese?), which vegetables and fruits start with c? Here they come, carrot, cauliflower, cantaloupe and cherry in Chinese.

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How to say bell pepper, broccoli, banana and blueberry in Chinese?

Last time, your baby (and you) knows how to say asparagus, avocado, apple, and apricot in Chinese. Today, I am going to teach you to say bell pepper, broccoli, banana and blueberry in Chinese.

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How to say asparagus, avocado, apple, and apricot in Chinese?

Our lesson series on vegetables and fruits include those most commonly seen in our daily life. Today, I am going to teach you to say asparagus, avocado, apple, and apricot in Chinese.

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How to say bottom, leg, knee and foot in Chinese?

Today I am going to teach you how to say bottom, leg, knee and foot in Chinese.

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How to say head, neck, back and tummy in Chinese?

Our body is such an amazing machine that all subsystems cooperate harmoniously together, while each of them works perfect on its own. It is the most intricate, magnificent and flawless design as far as we know in the universe.

Why don’t we take good care of it from the very beginning?

Back to today’s lesson, I am going to teach you how to read and pronounce these following words in Chinese: head, neck, back and tummy.

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How to say shoulder, arm, elbow and hand in Chinese?

Now you know How to say eyes, ears, nose and mouth in Chinese?, do you want to learn how to say shoulder, arm, elbow and hand in Chinese?

That is today’s lesson.

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How to say eyes, ears, nose and mouth in Chinese?

Today I going to teach you how to say and read the following words, eyes, ears, nose and mouth, in Chinese. One interesting fact is your eyes are always the same size from birth, but your nose and ears continue to grow through out your entire life. Amazing, isn’t it?

Does it sound like fun? Let get started!

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How to say aunt and uncle in Chinese?

In the last lesson, I showed you How to say mom, dad and baby in Chinese? In today’s lesson, the Chinese words I will teach teaching are aunt and uncle.

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How to say sister and brother in Chinese?

In the last post, I showed you How to say mom, dad and baby in Chinese?. In today’s lesson, the Chinese words I am teaching are older sister, younger sister, older brother, and younger brother.

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How to say mom, dad and baby in Chinese?

Beginning today, I am starting a new series: Bilingual Baby. Irregularly, a new post will be published on how to read and pronounce Chinese.

This series begins with the simplest single Chinese word for daily usage, then phrases, sentences, grammars, colloquiums, historical and cultural backgrounds, stories and etc. Each Lesson is an individual entity with its own theme, but also connects with other lessons in content.

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