Now, a few of us take Mandarin as a Language B subject, and as homework as got quite harder this year, I’ve got a tip.
If you don’t know a word, you can use
As your personal online Mandarin dictionary.
Of course, it’s full credits to Ms. Alison for putting this link up on Moodle las t year, and I think it’s a really helpful tool.
Now, here’s a warning: you can’t use it translate a sentence or a paragraph, it’s not a TRANSLATOR, it’s a DICTIONARY.
So, here’s how you use it.
If you want to know an English word in Chinese:
Simply type the word in!
Say, I want to know the word “awesome”.
If you want to know the Chinese Word in English:
Works the same way.
If I wanted to know how to read a word…
Write it in using Nciku’s online writer and it’ll give you the answer!
That’s it for now!
–Ken, KIS Class of 2017 Administrator