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biscottino
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Ni hao from China

Post by biscottino »

Ciao ciao

Io sono Han-cinese.

L'italiano e' una bella lingua.

I just started to study Italian.

I'm surprised to find this forum.

I never think I will study Italian one day before.

But I met an italian boy,I would like to learn his mother language-Italian then teach him my mother language-汉语(Chinese).
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Roby
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Post by Roby »

Welcome to the forum Han. We are glad that you have joined us. I love your sign in name... Little cookie--- biscottino. Please feel free to join in the conversations. Ask questions No question is a dumb question.
Roby
Massimo
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Post by Massimo »

Ciao biscottino, and welcome to this forum. Just like Roby wrote, feel free to ask! :D
Massimo

Want to learn or practice and improve your Italian? Visit : http://www.learnitalian.at.vu
biscottino
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Post by biscottino »

Roby wrote:Welcome to the forum Han. We are glad that you have joined us. I love your sign in name... Little cookie--- biscottino. Please feel free to join in the conversations. Ask questions No question is a dumb question.
Roby
Grazie Roby

Firstly I am not an English speaker,so that I have a bit doubt about "Ask questions No question is a dumb question."
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Post by Ember »

Welcome! :)
I know a chinese girl (I mean not an italian-chinese, a chinese chinese :D ), she's studying as a singer in my same music institute. She's so crazy ;)
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biscottino
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Post by biscottino »

Massimo wrote:Ciao biscottino, and welcome to this forum. Just like Roby wrote, feel free to ask! :D
Grazie Massimo

Italian is more difficult than English to me actually.

But I have belief to do it well.
biscottino
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Post by biscottino »

Ember wrote:Welcome! :)
I know a chinese girl (I mean not an italian-chinese, a chinese chinese :D ), she's studying as a singer in my same music institute. She's so crazy ;)
Aha,I think I am same to her who is not an italian-chinese but a chinese chinese.She has a dream to be signer and I have a dream to learn Italian to introduce Chinese traditional culture to Italians(something like Marco Polo did). :lol:
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Post by Roby »

biscottino wrote:
Grazie Roby

Firstly I am not an English speaker,so that I have a bit doubt about "Ask questions No question is a dumb question."
What it means is.... no matter what you ask, do not feel uncomfortable about it... whether it be simple or complex. Everyone here is willing to help and we all learning just like you.
Roby
biscottino
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Post by biscottino »

Roby wrote:
biscottino wrote:
Grazie Roby

Firstly I am not an English speaker,so that I have a bit doubt about "Ask questions No question is a dumb question."
What it means is.... no matter what you ask, do not feel uncomfortable about it... whether it be simple or complex. Everyone here is willing to help and we all learning just like you.
Roby
Grazie Roby

I see now. :D
Tavollino
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Post by Tavollino »

ciao biscottino (han) :) ho guardato una festa a domenica che chiama "chinese national circus" e stato molto bello :)
era una storia di marco polo :)
charlene
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Post by charlene »

Ciao biscottino,
Ni hao! Sono americana cinese. Tu hai ragione. Italian is harder than English. The conjugation is more complex than English conjugation -- Chinese grammar is simpler by comparsion as conjugation is almost non-esixtent. Also in Italian you always have to think about the agreement for masculine/feminine and singular/plural. Before I finish saying an Italian word, I always have to think twice about how to end it -- whereas I don't have to in Chinese.
Charlene
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Post by hamihaha »

Ember wrote:Welcome! :)
I know a chinese girl (I mean not an italian-chinese, a chinese chinese :D ), she's studying as a singer in my same music institute. She's so crazy ;)
I know a Chinese girl (in China) who'd like to study music in Italy too, she doesn't know how to get there, could you send me your friend contact?
Ember
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Post by Ember »

I don't have her contact but when I see her I can ask! Anyway your friend could contact my Conservatory if she wants:

http://www.conservatoriorossini.it
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yiyi
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Post by yiyi »

Hi,there!I'm also learning Italian.

I know it may sounds rather ridiculous but I've already tried to act as Marco Polo the second myself...just something simple and experimental...
http://www.impariamo.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=2573 :oops:

I major in art history but I'm keen on those things like languages and literature.Looking forward to your precious advice.

See you! :D
Dat poenas laudata fides.
dmj120
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Post by dmj120 »

Roby wrote:
biscottino wrote:
Grazie Roby

Firstly I am not an English speaker,so that I have a bit doubt about "Ask questions No question is a dumb question."
What it means is.... no matter what you ask, do not feel uncomfortable about it... whether it be simple or complex. Everyone here is willing to help and we all learning just like you.
Roby
Ciao biscottino. This is very true. I am a beginner as well, and have asked, what i thought was some very basic questions, but was (and still) greated with warmth and pleasent replies to all of my questions.
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