How to say family members in Chinese
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Review the first four lessons covering greeting people and introducing yourself, your family to the people you meet for the first time. We also go over how to greet your friends in the morning and in the afternoon and more in Mandarin Chinese.
Learn how to introduce your family. We also learn the second Pinyin, four tones, some words and expressions in Chinese Mandarin.
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I'm a grandma and learning Chinese together with my granddaughter, we like and enjoy Kids Chinese Podcast lessons. Thanks!
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— CHRISTINE TRAN
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— Sarah Cochrane
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— Amrit Gautam, Nepal
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