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Lesson 9: Having Breakfast (II)
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Learn how to say "to drink milk, drink water, etc". Also continue learning Pinyin, and learn more words and phrases related to "having breakfast" in Mandarin Chinese.

The Full Transcript, PDF Worksheet, Online Excercises and Quizzes are available for registered members.

12 Responses to “Lesson 9: Having Breakfast (II)”

  1. Maria Calderón

    I have different accesories like iPhone, iPad, ipod touch and computer. And there is a problem on accessing. IT said there are too Many iPhone address. My son listen at The car and he likes read The lesson and sometimes get access From The iphones

    The System is great although chinese is difficult

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  2. aihua

    aihua

    Hi Maria,

    Sorry for replying a little late.

    I saw you logged in around 15:30 by the log.

    The problem is solved? or Do you still have the problem?

    Thank you for being a valuable Kids Chinese Podcast member!

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  3. Katie Dull

    We love your lessons! My daughters and I are slowly incorporating Chinese into our daily life. I saw that you are updating the transcripts to a PDF – that will be very helpful. I also wonder if you could add stroke order diagrams for the writing. I ended up buying a book to teach me the right stroke order, but it would be so much more convenient for teaching my daughter if it were right on the worksheet. Thanks!

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  4. aihua

    aihua

    Hi Katie,

    Thank you so much for your encouragement and your feedback. I do agree that stroke order helps a lot when you learn how to write a Chinese character. We will work on it and hopefully, we can make it available soon.

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    • aihua

      aihua

      Hi Katie,

      Just let you know, our technical team is working on adding stroke order for each Chinese character in a lesson Now.
      By today, you can see “Word Dictionary and Stroke Order” in Level-1 lesson 1 ~ lesson 5, and level-2 and level -3 all lessons.

      Hope it is helpful to you.

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  5. Katie Dull

    Hi Aihua,
    We are still loving the Chinese and my older daughter (age 6) is a whiz. I’m trying to keep up with her! We are looking forward to visiting Chinatown in San Francisco in a couple weeks on my younger daughter’s birthday.
    I have one further suggestion for the Stroke Order Dictionary. I love the computer, but I’d prefer that it not be necessary for my daughter to do her work. So, could the stroke orders for each lesson be put on a separate PDF, so I could print out one or two pages for each lesson with the stroke orders and put it in her notebook next to her lesson? Then she could reference it any time she was doing her lesson and not require my computer. :-) Thanks for all your great work!

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    • aihua

      aihua

      Hi Katie,

      It’s very nice to hear from you.

      I will discuss with our technical team on how to implement your inquiry and will let you know our plan soon.

      As always, thank you very much for being a valuable member of Kids Chinese Podcast!

      You are really a great mom! I am sure your daughters will excel and succeed!

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