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Lesson 32: Having a Math class (II)
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Learn how to say "how much one plus one is. One plus one equals two. "Also continue learning Pinyin, and learn some words and phrases related to "having a math class" in Mandarin Chinese.

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6 Responses to “Lesson 32: Having a Math class (II)”

  1. Katie Dull

    Hi Aihua! We are still plugging away at the Chinese and really enjoying it! It is fun to look back on how much progress we have made. I am really grateful for the pdf stroke order pages and we use them every day – both girls. As we’ve accumulated more vocabulary I was looking around for a way to make flash cards to help with the review. There are some flashcard maker programs online, but all of them had one or another feature I didn’t like. I don’t know these computer programs like Adobe or Word well enough to make two-sided flashcards that are equal in size consistently. Anyway, if you would consider making a PDF flashcard page for each lesson’s vocabulary, I think it would be a fantastic addition to your program. The vocabulary starts to get a little overwhelming after a while. Also, I notice that my girls get dependent on the pinyin and really need a way to focus on the characters.
    Thanks again for your terrific Chinese program!
    -Katie

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    • aihua

      aihua

      Hi Katie,

      It’s really nice to know that you and your girls like Kids Chinese Podcast. Congratulations on your progress!

      We are planning to develop flashcard maker programs at KidsChinesePodcast.com, hope our technical team can start the project soon.

      I will let you know when it is ready.

      Thank you very much for your suggestion!

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      • aihua

        aihua

        Hi Katie,

        Just let you know, Kids Chinese Podcast flash card is ready.
        You can download them in “Word Dictionary and Stroke Order” section of each Chinese lesson.

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  2. Zarah and Lanie

    hi Katie , I made a similar request before.. Aihua, I really hope your technical team can have it published asap.. by the way Katie, I am thinking of forming an online group for parents and kids to practice newly learnt vocabulary from this site… what do you think? regards, Lanie

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  3. Zarah and Lanie

    I also do agree about the hanyu pinyin.. in Singapore, primary 1 students like my daughter is expected to use hanyupinyin in term 1 and term 2… but in term 3 (which starts in July) they have to drop the HYPY and have to rely on character recognition.. this is the reason why I really hope the flash cards will be available soon..regards, Lanie

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