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The Many Sounds of Chinese Beijing Standard Time

The Many Sounds of Chinese
Jason, John B, Catherine
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No - we're not talking tones today! Instead, the team is tackling an important issue for anyone learning to communicate in Chinese: non-word sounds. For those who have been in China for a while, the 嗯 [en] thing is often-times almost... automatic. Tune in to learn more! Speaking of sounds... we'll also be interviewing a behind-the-scenes ChinesePod teammate, Yana, one of our sound engineers.

Check out John's blog post on this topic here.

This ChinesePod lesson covers 嗯 *ng* in the context of trying to end a phone conversation.

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