Learning Cantonese? Trust us that no matter how fluent you get, at some point your language skills will fail and you'll find yourself resorting to pointing and grunting. Which is where this podcast comes in. In this Cantonese lesson for relative newbies, we teach you how point to things and express your opinion about them. Useful for everything from ordering room service at the Peninsula to buying electronics in Shenzhen. So listen in and let us know what you think!
 said on
January 25, 2012
Thanks guys. This was very helpful. I here this all the time in Cantonese dramas, but could never figure it out. Thanks again.
 said on
January 25, 2012
@kennyg.jr.007,

Thanks for the feedback. Feel free to drop a line if you run into anything you think would be useful for us to cover in particular. Always good to hear about tripping points.

Cheers,

--david

 said on
March 9, 2012
I like this website. I listen to the audio on my way to work.
 said on
March 9, 2012
thanks dasfinfo -- if you have any questions or suggestions on lesson topics be sure to let us know.
 said on
August 2, 2012
I noticed that there was a difference here in the pronunciation of 呢個 compared with the basic introduction lessons, would that be the difference between na ge and nei ge in Mandarin?
 said on
August 8, 2012
@darkstar94

Hi, 呢 is a character have 10 different sounds..

so how it sound like should depend on the context, in this case, both of it will be fine.

Aldowan