Lilian Li

Experience: 4 Years

Motto: Practice makes perfect

Teaching experience and background

Lilian has a master's degree in linguistics and didactics from Rennes University in France. An expert in linguistics and educational psychology, she has taught Chinese as a foreign language for several years, primarily in France. Her classes follow a logical and thorough path to ensure students build a methodology of learning that will continue to help them improve their language ability. She likes jogging, swimming, partying, and hang out with friends!

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    How to Use "非"(fēi) and "无"(wú)

    September 8, 2017

    How to express a negative atitude with Chinese similar words? Most of these words are meaning complicated for lots of people. Today we are going to learn two words, "fēi非" and "wú 无".

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    How to Use "二"(èr) and "两"(liǎng)

    July 12, 2017

    It is difficult for foreigners to distinguish Chinese similar words in specific circumstances. Today we focus on one pair of them to see the differences between 二(èr) and 两(liǎng).

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    Polite Expression in Chinese

    May 4, 2017

    Being polite to people requires not only a good manner but also some polite expressions, especially when you are talking to the elders and strangers. So, how many polite expressions do you know in Chinese?

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    How to See a Doctor in China

    April 20, 2017

    It never feels good to fall ill in a foreign country. But what if this really happens? How to see a doctor in China? What’s the procedure of seeing a doctor in China? How can you describe your condition or your feelings to the doctor in Chinese?

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    Everything You Need to Know about Tomb Sweeping Day

    April 1, 2017

    Qingming Festival, also known as Tomb Sweeping Day, is a traditional Chinese festival on the 108th days after the winter solstice. This year, 2017, the festival falls on the April 4th, and people work in China will get a three days holiday start from April 2rd. Now, let’s study some Chinese words to prepare for this holiday!

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    How to Introduce Yourself in Chinese

    Mar 22, 2017

    Self-introduction is the very first thing that you are going to know when you start to learn a new language. Introducing yourself in Chinese needs only few sentence patterns.

  • Chinese Vocabulary about Spring

    Mar 7, 2017

    It’s been a long and freezing winter, but with the music ’Let it go, let it go…The cold never bothered me anyway’, the freeze had gone while the breezes has woke up the sleeping grasses and flowers. Such a beautiful and cozy season! It’s a big loss if you don’t know how to describe this beautiful scenery in Chinese. Here is all the vocabulary that you need to know about spring.

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    Chinese Vocabulary about Plants

    Feb 28, 2017

    Plants to mother earth are like oxygen to human being. Without oxygen, people can’t live; without plants, the Earth would gradually come to the end. By learning vocabulary about plants, your Mandarin will become to a forest instead of a desert.

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    Chinese Vocabulary and Phrases about the Lantern Festival

    Dec 6, 2016

    The Lantern Festival is the first important festival follow after the Spring Festival. As the name implies, people often light up the lanterns during the Lantern Festival. Except for this convention, there are so many other things and traditional activities that you need to know about the Lantern Festival.

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    Chinese Vocabulary for Wintertime

    Dec 6, 2016

    Now it is December. Winter is coming. People always talk about the weather and season. Here is some vocabulary for you use to talk about wintertime.

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    Feeling Phrases in Chinese

    Nov 17, 2016

    Do you know how to express your feeling or emotions in Chinese? If you don't know, check out this article. You will learn some commonly used Chinese phrases about express your feelings.

  • Chinese vocabulary about summer

    How to Type in Chinese?

    Oct 26, 2016

    Are you learning Chinese characters? If you are, congratulations! Either you are a total beginner or an advanced learner, having courage to start learning Chinese characters really means something! And learning characters can definitely help you a lot with the language learning process. Then, you'll probably ask how to type in Chinese? Today's article will give you a few tips!

  • How to Memorize Chinese Characters

    How to Memorize Chinese Characters

    Sep 6, 2016

    Chinese characters has been a major difficulty for foreigners. Writing Chinese characters is too hard certain and may affected the enthusiasm for Chinese learner. But to memorize them is not so difficult. Today we will introduce some methods to help learner to memorize Chinese characters.

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    Most Useful Suggestions for Chinese Learner

    Aug 16, 2016

    Chinese seems like a very difficult language. Some Chinese learners feel confused when learning Chinese. Here we will give you the most useful suggestion for learning Chinese, help you learn Chinese better.

  • Chinese characters for happy

    Chinese Characters for Happy

    July 21, 2016

    There are lots of Chinese characters which represent happy or happiness, read this article and learn it now.

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    Body Parts Vocabulary in Mandarin

    May 18, 2016

    Here is the Chinese vocabulary list for body parts, it will help you remember how to say every parts of human body in Chinese quickly.

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    China's Public Holidays in 2016

    April 11, 2016

    If you are working in China, it's important to know what days you will have off of work as public holidays. In the following article we will give you the schedule of 2016 public holidays and introduce the 7 public holidays in China.

  • Chinese cooking terms

    Learn Chinese Cooking Terms

    Mar 31, 2016

    Do you want cook Chinese food but cannot understand the Chinese recipe? Read here and you will know some Chinese cooking terms, which will help you cook Chinese food easily.

  • five common mistakes for Chinese learners

    Five Common Mistakes for Chinese Learners

    Mar 17, 2016

    Chinese language learners often make some mistakes during the Chinese learning. This article will tell you five common mistakes that Chinese learners often make. To avoid these mistakes, your Chinese will be improved rapidly.

  • how to say yes and no in Chinese

    How to Say Yes and No in Chinese

    Dec , 2016

    Rather than using a single word to affirm or deny something, Chinese speakers frequently use a phrase. This article introduces how to say yes and no in Chinese.

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    How to Translate English into Chinese

    Dec 21, 2015

    Translation help us understand better across the different language. How to translate English into Chinese, what should be noticed during the translation process. This article introduces some basic methods of translating English into Chinese.

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    How to Say Peace In Chinese

    Dec 16, 2015

    The terrorist attack in Paris has passed a month, but we are still in shock whenever we remind of it. We all pray for Paris and pray for peace. Today, let's learn how to say peace in Chinese.

  • Best Chinese Course Onlines

    Best Chinese Course Online

    Jan 21, 2016

    With the development of Internet and online course software, the online learning is more and more popular. Learning Chinese online has become a new way for foreigner learners. This article introduces the best Chinese course online.

  • Chinese story books

    Top 5 Chinese Story Books

    Dec 24, 2015

    Today, 5 Chinese Story books are introduced chronologically to give a glimpse of the Chinese culture. If you are learning Chinese, reading these books are definitely will help you improve your Chinese reading skills.

  • Good Night in Chinese

    How to Say Good Night in Chinese

    Nov 5, 2015

    Today, we'll have a look at the couple of good ways to say "good night" in Chinese with some explanations of which are appropriate in different situations.

  • How Long to Learn Mandarin

    Oct 21, 2015

    Chinese learners always wondering how long does it take to master Mandarin Chinese. Here we will tell you how long does it take to pass the HSK6 by an example from one of Lilian's students.

  • How to Say Goodbye in Chinese

    Sept 23, 2015

    Perhaps you already know how to goodbye in Chinese – "zàijiàn" – but you're looking for a new and interesting way to say it. Here are 5 frequently used ways to say goodbye in Chinese.

  • Top 6 Chinese Learning Websites

    Mar 24, 2016

    Learning on the websites always a good way to learn a new language, which is more fun and interesting. Today we will introduce some of the good Chinese learning websites for you.

  • Best Way to Learn Chinese for Beginners

    Mar 4, 2016

    A good beginning is half done. How to learn Chinese easier for the Chinese learning beginners? Here we will tell you some steps to learn Chinese Mandarin quicker at the beginning of Chinese study.

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