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Listening materials I made

Postby aac » Mon Feb 20, 2006 12:27 pm

Hi, I'm a native Chinese speaker from Shanghai, China.
I made some listening materials(Mandarin Chinese).
Some materials are accompanied with full text(Simplified & Traditional) that allow you to read while listening.
If you need the materials, just contact me at aacsemail-lm@yahoo.com.cn
I will do my best to email you the materials ASAP. I hope it will help. :D
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Postby Brazilian dude » Mon Feb 20, 2006 12:59 pm

What a nice fella.

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Postby anders » Mon Feb 20, 2006 2:44 pm

Admirable. A big welcome to you.

Before I consider contacting you, I have a question, because I must confess that I get slightly suspicious from the combination Mandarin-Shanghai.

Do you use the same vowel in for example fán and fáng, or is it clearly more closed (towards IPA [æ]) in fán compared to the fully open [a] in fáng? Comments welcomed.

ETA: The font changes when I post; the first IPA letter is not perfectly clear but should be the a-e digraph.
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