richard on September 5, 2012 (0) | reply

is this sentence conditional or future perfect?

i think problably you will not like it (can i use keneng hui)

'wo juede ni keneng hui 可能会 geng bu xihuan'
Echo on September 5, 2012 (0) | reply

Future perfect.

However, as Brendan said, we don't really have tense... so as long as the sentence is correct, you don't really need to worry about what tense it is.

richard on September 1, 2012 (0) | reply
@David /Echo,

do you know what happen to 'toneandcolor' on PopUp ?

he was such help with his supplementary sentences and grammar points. his way of including Hanzi / Pinyin with tones and translation was very useful for us beginner/elementary students.
richard on August 14, 2012 (0) | reply
@dominic.jackson / trevelyan. thanks

what about extention for Safari? i'm reluctant to install another browser. at this time , i copy and paste Hanzi sentences from lesson discussions into adsotrans tool .

richard on August 9, 2012 (0) | reply

when on absolute beginners lessons can you include pinyin and translation so all beginners can learn easier.

forming long sentences 'Hanzi' only is definitely more advance
richard on May 18, 2012 (0) | reply
@amber, tks for word order correction.

suoyi , 'she is always smiling' (this is considered a continuous action, right?) this would be new to me - 'ta zongshi xiao zhene'

what is a tip to use zai /zhengzai or zhe / zhene after a verb/adj is it just context /interchangeable?

e.g. they are dancing is zhengzai or zhe use?

need to be natural to me for when i'm able to make more complicated sentences.

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