6 Chinese Mistakes That You Never Know You Were Making – Chinese Grammar for Beginners

This video is about 6 common mistakes that 90% of you have made before!
How to speak daily phrases accurately is a very important work for Chinese beginners, this video can help you notice mistakes that you never notice you were making!
Check it out!

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Hi, welcome to ShuoshuoChinese 说说中文,my name is Shuo, I’m a native Chinese teacher living in Bangkok, Thailand, I’ve been teaching Chinese as a foreign language for seven years and I’m also a language learner.
In this channel, I will upload a video every week talking about Chinese vocabulary, Chinese grammar, Chinese culture, Chinese stories with pinyin and English translation for listening practice. 
In my channel, you can easily understand complicated Chinese grammar, sentence structure, and difference/nuance between similar Chinese words. 
If you are a Chinese beginner, I’m planning to upload videos about what is Chinese language, how does it different from English, Chinese pronunciations, Chinese characters and Chinese strokes sequence, and mini Chinese course (10 minutes per day) for beginners which can help you learn easily and quickly. Don’t miss it!

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