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It's time to learn about different occupations.

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If you look at the characters related to plants, you will notice that most of them contain the "tree" or "grass" radicals.

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This video talks about the Chinese words for plants.

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This video continues with terms for clothing.

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Now let's learn about some of the things that you will wear in the winter.

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Coins are traditionally incorporated into the Chinese New Year dumplings with a symbolic meaning.

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There are different ways to ask someone his or her name. For people who are older than us, "nin" should be used, while "ni" should be used for younger people.

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In the Chinese language, you can combine characters together to form a different word.

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If you look at the character for elephant, one might see a representation of the elephant with a long trunk, four legs and a tail. This is why Chinese is known as a "pictographic" language.

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This video teaches you how to say the names of some sports and hobbies.

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This video teaches you how to say the names of some musical instruments.

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It's great to take a nap in the summer breeze. So now, what's in your sweet dream?

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This video continues with transportation terminology.

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When you combine different Chinese characters, you can make different words. Let's now learn some terms for modes of transportation.

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As a pictographic language, Chinese characters often look like the objects they represent.

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The Chinese characters for animals oftentimes look like the animals themselves.

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This video continues with the different shapes.

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Learn the Chinese terms for shapes in this video.

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Made by CCTV, this effective commercial employs seven simple lines to communicate a clear message: Today, this is how we love our country.

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This cute introductory video helps Chinese learners learn the characters for "fu," (father) "mu," (mother) "ma," (mommy) and "ba" (daddy).

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