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Postby daftbeaker on Mon Jul 27, 2009 4:57 pm

Well, 13 posts on topic is possibly a record :twisted:

Now, Monty Python and food recipes please.
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Re: I CAN TEARTH YOU WITH CHINESE.我能教你们关于中文

Postby Elvalia on Mon Jul 27, 2009 9:17 pm

Heeellllooooo!!! Polllyyyyy!! Polly parrot, wake up!

1cup shortening
1 cup brown sugar
1/2 cup sugar
1 tsp baking soda
1 tsp salt
2 tsp vanilla extract
2 eggs
2 and 1/2 cups flour
And however many chocolate chips make you happy
Oven at 175

=my chocolate chip cookies! I'd get you a less-common recipe, except I keep those downstairs in the kitchen, and that's the only one I have memorised.


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Re: I CAN TEARTH YOU WITH CHINESE.我能教你们关于中文

Postby daftbeaker on Tue Jul 28, 2009 5:54 am

:love: An excellent rendition of the Dead Parrot sketch my dear.
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Re: I CAN TEARTH YOU WITH CHINESE.我能教你们关于中文

Postby black bart on Tue Jul 28, 2009 6:19 am

How do I say 'Cheers' in Chinese?

I can say it in several other languages.
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Re: I CAN TEARTH YOU WITH CHINESE.我能教你们关于中文

Postby qinwaiwai on Tue Jul 28, 2009 8:35 am

What was happened?
PantyGnawer ?
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How do I say 'Cheers' in Chinese?
Cheers=干杯.碰杯.

cheers is drink all of the cup or bumping the cup?

干杯is drink all of the cup
碰杯is bumping the cup

杯 is all kind of cup and glass.
干 means Finish all the liquid as wine,beer,

before drink ,people bumping the cup. I think it is one kind of Traditions and customs from ENGLISH.

at Ancient, chinese people not bumping the cup and only Raised the cup.
Like ,at Ancient, chinese people not shake hands and only wave(wag or Swing) the hand.
================
so, 干杯,As the saying , can say:
干,

碰杯,As the saying , can say:
碰一个.
一个means once.
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Re: I CAN TEARTH YOU WITH CHINESE.我能教你们关于中文

Postby black bart on Tue Jul 28, 2009 9:12 am

Thanks for that. I think I like the: 干杯 drink all of the cup one best. :grin:
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Re: I CAN TEARTH YOU WITH CHINESE.我能教你们关于中文

Postby Roy Hunter on Tue Jul 28, 2009 9:40 am

black bart wrote:Thanks for that. I think I like the: 干杯 drink all of the cup one best. :grin:
Well, there's another t-shirt for you...
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Re: I CAN TEARTH YOU WITH CHINESE.我能教你们关于中文

Postby black bart on Tue Jul 28, 2009 5:18 pm

Roy Hunter wrote:
black bart wrote:Thanks for that. I think I like the: 干杯 drink all of the cup one best. :grin:
Well, there's another t-shirt for you...


Now I am tempted by that idea...I know a man who prints T Shirts as well. I'll sort out a nice 干杯 design for it. I hope the guy's not having a joke and 干杯 actually means '**** orf !
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Postby ChowMein on Tue Jul 28, 2009 7:25 pm

Or ," I entreat heaven for a bigger ding a ling ."
Quote :" ARRR! GAGAGAGA ! , ...de sailin' loife fer me. ARR! GAGAGAGAGa....arr gagaga.....a...". (Popeye The Sailor)
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Re: I CAN TEARTH YOU WITH CHINESE.我能教你们关于中文

Postby pieces o'nine on Tue Jul 28, 2009 11:29 pm

qinwaiwai wrote:
How do I say 'Cheers' in Chinese?
Cheers=干杯.碰杯.

cheers is drink all of the cup or bumping the cup?

干杯is drink all of the cup
碰杯is bumping the cup

杯 is all kind of cup and glass.
干 means Finish all the liquid as wine,beer,

before drink ,people bumping the cup. I think it is one kind of Traditions and customs from ENGLISH.

at Ancient, chinese people not bumping the cup and only Raised the cup.
Like ,at Ancient, chinese people not shake hands and only wave(wag or Swing) the hand.
================
so, 干杯,As the saying , can say:
干,

碰杯,As the saying , can say:
碰一个.
一个means once.


Thanks, qinwaiwai. :drinking:
How are those pronounced?
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Re: I CAN TEARTH YOU WITH CHINESE.我能教你们关于中文

Postby Elvalia on Wed Jul 29, 2009 10:45 pm

daftbeaker wrote::love: An excellent rendition of the Dead Parrot sketch my dear.
Why, thank you!
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Re: I CAN TEARTH YOU WITH CHINESE.我能教你们关于中文

Postby Tigger_the_Wing on Thu Jul 30, 2009 12:01 am

Thanks, qinwaiwai for helping us so much - but yes, like pieces, I'd like to know how those are pronounced!

black bart wrote:
Roy Hunter wrote:
black bart wrote:Thanks for that. I think I like the: 干杯 drink all of the cup one best. :grin:
Well, there's another t-shirt for you...


Now I am tempted by that idea...I know a man who prints T Shirts as well. I'll sort out a nice 干杯 design for it. I hope the guy's not having a joke and 干杯 actually means '**** orf !


Here's a page that will help anyone who is distrusting qinwaiwai's Chinese symbols! It says that 干杯 means "Cheers!". But no pronunciation guide, I'm afraid.
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Re: I CAN TEARTH YOU WITH CHINESE.我能教你们关于中文

Postby black bart on Fri Jul 31, 2009 6:54 am

Thank goodness, I wouldn't have survived walking through China Town otherwise.

干杯 to you Tigger.
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Re: I CAN TEARTH YOU WITH CHINESE.我能教你们关于中文

Postby qinwaiwai on Fri Jul 31, 2009 7:03 am

Dog feces=狗屎

I had stepped one Dog feces at the day before yesterday.

The dog feces is A big Trouble in Shanghai, NOW.


I want ask YOU,

HOW to solve the Trouble of dog feces in Sidewalk?
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Re: I CAN TEARTH YOU WITH CHINESE.我能教你们关于中文

Postby qinwaiwai on Fri Jul 31, 2009 7:06 am

Thanks, qinwaiwai.
How are those pronounced?
干杯=ganbei

干=gan
杯=bei
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