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Posted 7/3/08 , edited 7/3/08

hello, da jia hao..!

we (jirowanglove, sushi099, kawaii-calvin) decided to enlighten our minds by opening this new forum.

i was teaching tifi jiejie (jirowanglove) mandarin earlier and she sad that sarah meimei (kawaii-calvin) had this idea of putting these for those who wanted to learn other languages. and so here it is...

i, pau-pau (sushi099) will be responsible for basic mandarin
tifi jie jie will be responsible for french
sarah mei-mei will be responsible for japanese
hahaha and may i please ask pao-pao jie jie to teach us spanish and joanna mei mei for tagalog
but only if your not busy... hahaha.. thanks...!

who else??? and what else??? just share... everyone is welcome to share...

good luck to everyone in learning.. jia you!!!
Posted 7/3/08 , edited 7/31/08
MANDARIN101 from sushi099 (pau-pau) LoLz...

early warning : i'll be in charge for the mandarin lessons here... i wont always be correct because im also learning mandarin just now... but i want to share what i already know.. feel free to correct me if im wrong... i wont mind,, ;D


here are the introductions that i promised... open this spoiler...

so we'll start counting first, because it's the easiest to learn...

i'll put it on spoiler alert so you can easily close it for memorizing

now try saying these random numbers in mandarin

3 - 6 - 2 - 7 - 8 - 5 - 9 - 0 - 1 - 4 - 2 - 6 - 8 - 3 - 1 - 5 - 7 - 9 - 0 - 4 - 2 - 3 - 7 - 4 - 8 - 1 - 6 - 5 - 9

if you got through that smoothly then you're good..! okay.. next!

try translating these numbers...

a.) 93
b.) 16
c.) 80
d.) 25
e.) 74
f.) 67
g.) 42
h.) 19
i .) 58
j .) 36
k.) 76
l.) 40
m.) 21
n.) 89
o.) 53

answers here:

okay if you got that all correct we move to the next thing in counting...

okay i know you get it already... keep on practicing.. jia you!!!!!!
Posted 7/4/08 , edited 7/5/08
MANDARIN 101 from sushi099 (pau-pau)

now let's begin lesson 2 with the basic words for person-to-person conversations

open the spoiler to start your lessons!

now if you're okay with that already let's move on to the next lesson...

open this if you're ready for more..! ;D

Posted 7/4/08 , edited 7/31/08
MANDARIN 101 from sushi099 (pau-pau)

i feel energized today so i'll add more lessons for y'all

im not following any course outlines here so i'll just teach using my own outline
so far we've taken up counting and personal-pronouns

and our next lesson will be.. tantananan! ka-ching!

how to address the people around you like your family, friends, loved-ones, boss, schoolmates.. etc.

wait before that use "shi" as your replace am, is, are
**ex. i am pau-pau - wo shi pau-pau

try translating these:

a.) he is my father
b.) you are my mother
c.) i am your younger sister
d.) you are his grandmother
e.) he is our older brother
f.) she is his older sister
g.) they are my family
h.) i am his younger brother
i.) you are her grandfather
j.) he is our baby

answers here.. (dont cheat! try your best, jia you!)

if you got that all correct.. let's move to the next lesson...

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26 / F
Posted 7/4/08 , edited 7/5/08
so lets start then.......

when you want to say.....

good morning - magandang umaga
good noon - magandang tanghali
good after noon - magandang hapon
good evening - magandang gabi
thank you very much - maraming salamat

i'll continue it next time.... ;D

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32 / F
Posted 7/5/08 , edited 7/31/08
salut tout le monde pendant se temps la je serai votre métresse de français

hi every one i'll be glad to be ur french teacher

well i don't know how to stert teaching coz french is not just learning words or rools but olso the most importente think is prononcing and acent well i hope to be i good teacher for everyone in here i'll start with some words

hi / hello ====> salut
how are u ?? =======> sa va ??
i'm fine ====> je vais bien
and u ?=====> et toi??
i'm fine too =======> je vais bien aussi

me = moi
you = toi
his = sa
mine = ma
him = lui
her = elle
we = nous
yours = ta

good morning = bonjour
good night = bonne nuit
good bye = aurevoir
please = s'il vous plait
thank you = merci
yes= oui / no = non
ur welcome = il ny a pas de quoi

this video will help u a little bit with the pronociation

the list is still long but that's enough for now next lesson tomorrow
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26 / F
Posted 7/6/08 , edited 7/6/08
another set of tagalog wordsss......

when refering to somethin or someone......

me - ako
you - ikaw
him/her - siya
them - sila
us - kami
we - tayo

when refering to a place....

there - doon / roon
here - dito / rito
where? - saan?

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28 / F
Posted 7/9/08 , edited 7/9/08
Hi every one im glad to be ur jpanese teacher hope u'll enjoy ^^

Hello : Konnichiwa. (kon-nee-chee-WAH)
How are you? : O-genki desu ka? (oh-GEN-kee dess-KAH?)
Fine, thank you : Genki desu. (GEN-kee dess)
What is your name? : O-namae wa nan desu ka? (oh-NAH-mah-eh wah NAHN dess-KAH?)
My name is ____ : Watashi no namae wa ____ desu. (wah-TAH-shee no nah-mah-eh wa ____ dess)
Nice to meet you : Hajimemashite. (hah-jee-meh-MOSH-teh)
Please. (request) : Onegai shimasu. (oh-neh-gigh shee-moss)
Please. (offer) : Dōzo. (DOH-zo)
Thank you : Dōmo arigatō. (doh-moh ah-ree-GAH-toh)
You're welcome : Dō itashi mashite. (doh EE-tah-shee mosh-teh)
Yes : Hai. (HIGH)
No : Iie. (EE-eh)
Excuse me : Sumimasen. (soo-mee-mah-sen)
I'm sorry : Gomen-nasai. (goh-men-nah-sigh)
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Posted 7/9/08 , edited 7/9/08
Goodbye. (long-term) : Sayōnara. (sa-YOH-nah-rah)
Goodbye. (informal) : Sore dewa. (SOH-reh deh-wah)
I can't speak Japanese [well] : Nihongo [yoku] hanasemasen. (nee-hohn-goh [yo-koo] hah-nah-seh-mah-sen)
Do you speak English? : Eigo o hanasemasuka? (AY-goh oh hah-nah-seh-moss-KAH?)
Is there someone here who speaks English? : Dareka eigo o hanasemasuka? (dah-reh-kah AY-goh oh hah-nah-seh-moss-KAH?)
Help! : Tasukete! (tah-soo-keh-teh!)
Look out! : Abunai! (ah-boo-NIGH!)
Good morning : Ohayō gozaimasu. (oh-hah-YOH go-zigh-moss)
Good evening : Konbanwa. (kohm-bahn-wah)
Good night (to sleep) : Oyasuminasai. (oh-yah-soo-mee-nah-sigh)
I don't understand : Wakarimasen. (wah-kah-ree-mah-sen)
Where is the toilet? : Toire wa doko desu ka? (toy-reh wah DOH-koh dess kah?)

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24 / F / Malaysia
Posted 7/17/08 , edited 7/18/08
Hi everyone...I will start my Arabic lesson now with tifi and...I see..sarah also will help me in this Arabic lesson...

so..let's start now...

we start wif counting first..

tifi,sarah...if anything wrong what I had wrote...plsss...correct me..

will continue next time....

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32 / F
Posted 7/19/08 , edited 7/19/08
leason number 2

counting in french

sorry for being lazy to wrote all that but it's a good solution too
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33 / F / Venezuela, South...
Posted 7/15/08 , edited 7/16/08
Time to learn some Spanish!! My lessons are going to be not only about the language, also about the culture...I hope you enjoy them!


Pronunciation: espa'ɲol/, /kaste'ʎano/

Spanish is a Romance language originally from the northern area of Spain. It is the only official language covering the entirety of Spain, most Latin American (except Brazil) countries and one of the official languages of Equatorial Guinea. In total, twenty-five nations and territories use Spanish as their primary language. In addition, it is an important language in twenty other countries. (1)

Spoken in:

Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Equatorial Guinea, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Puerto Rico, Spain, Uruguay, Venezuela and a part of the population of Andorra, Belize, Gibraltar and the United more than ever cuz of the hispanic comunity living there.

Hispanic Culture:

Hispanic culture is a term used to indentify the cultural production found in Spain and in the countries that were part of the Spanish Empire, including Mexico, Peru and other countries that were formerly known as New Spain and the Viceroyalty of Peru.

In Latin America, portions of the Caribbean, the Philippines and Equatorial Guinea, Spanish cultural influences are significant. This includes to some extent those parts of the United States (the Southwest and Florida) that were also originally colonized by the Spanish. Thanks to their shared histories, Hispanic nations share many of the same same customs, traditions, language, food, art, and religion, though each country has its own unique culture and peculiarities. (2)

Now let's go to the lesson...see the spoiler:

1* Alphabet:

2* The Numbers:

4* The Colors:

5* Greettings and Simple words:

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26 / F
Posted 7/19/08 , edited 7/19/08
tagalog lessons.....

counting numbers in tagalog!!..

one - isa
two - dalawa
three - tatlo
four - apat
five - lima
six - anim
seven - pito
eight - walo
nine - siyam
ten - sampu
Posted 7/31/08 , edited 7/31/08

MANDARIN 101 from sushi099 (pau-pau)

everyone jump for joy because here is the much
awaited follow-up lessons from your one and only
resident-teacher that is teaching while learning!!!
im in the mood so i think i can post many today!
and i know you all will like what im gonna teach...


okay start here...don't get too excited and learn with passion!

the very basic phrases:


sample conversations:

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32 / F
Posted 7/21/08 , edited 7/21/08
it's cinquante-cinq only 70, 71 .... and 90 , 91 .... that's count like soixante-dix , soixante -onze ...others no
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