2005年 11月 28日 ( 1 )

NHK (Nippon-Hoso-Kyokai)

我星期一开电视,看NHK汉语授课
( I watch NHK TV program for Chinese lesson every Monday.)

Today the lesson was about the basic word order of Chinese.

The lecturer said that in Chinese words basically come in the order of:
1) Subject
2) Time-Phrase (WHEN)
3) Place-Phrase (WHERE)
4) Verb

e.g. Why don't we meet at the park at 2:00 p.m. tomorrow?
(1) 我们 (2)明天下午两点 (3)在公园 (4)见面, 怎么样?


This Chinese NHK program is a big help for me. Without that program, such a beginner like me had no chance to get started learning Chinese. Eigo-de-shabera-naito (night), which you can view on channel 2 (NHK) right after that Chinese NHK program, is also one of the intersting programs that shed light on a cross-cultural theme. After all, some NHK programs are really educational. I really like them.

NHK, however, has been criticized for its corruption these days, and I think there's no good excuse for them.
I'm such an honest and naive guy that I pay the viewing fee for NHK and I often doubt if I have to pay for that when I hear that not many people pay for it. NHK, don't let us down any more!
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by nn_77 | 2005-11-28 00:18 | 汉语 | Comments(0)