The more I know about how things work, the less and I understand why they work that way.
Ok, the Pinyin and literal words are my own translation efforts and thus might not be 100% accurate.
If the title doesn’t show correctly, it’s only because you don’t have Chinese fonts installed. I’m well chuffed with my progress. I just downloaded the next 24 lessons onto my MP3 player (the little guy can take only that many at a time), so I’m well on my way to… the next level.
Last night I was trawling through my website’s access log, as I’ve been receiving an annoying amount of referrer spam. Of the 300 unique hits my very new site (*gloat*) recorded in November, more than half (*pout*) was from a filthy referrer-spammer.
To stop drinking coffee is like quitting smoking – you have to find alternative things to do or you will indulge again out of shear boredom. I have taken to drinking alcohol instead…
Here’s some handy tools I stumbled across in my journey to becoming a Chinese speaker, fluent or otherwise. Note: this is a severely dated article.