Lesson 086. Identity Theft.

If you lose your credit card, chances are someone may use it, so if this happens to you, the first thing you must do is to call your bank and deactivate it. This lesson will help you to do that in Mandarin Chinese. Listen to the dialog and then learn the new vocabulary. Please sign up and become a registered subscriber to download ALL 200+ audio lessons with full PDF transcripts and worksheets.

3 comments

  1. Serge Melnyk says:

    Wo3 hen3 hao3, xie4xie4!(我很好,谢谢!)

    I used to have one called Jin1 shan1 ci2ba4(金山词霸) installed on my PC, but now since there are many good dictionaries online, I stopped using it and switched to online dictionaries. You need a wireless connection to the internet in this case.

    dict.cn is a good one.

    For Jin1 shan1 ci2ba4(金山词霸), I think you can download it from here

    This Website is in Chinese though.

    Hope this helps.

  2. Luke Grove says:

    Serge ni3 hao3,

    Do you know of a good software-based dictionary that I can load up onto my laptop or PDA? With everything else I carry around it is difficult to carry a concise dictionary as well!

    Xie4xie,

    Luke

  3. Luke Grove says:

    Serge ni3 hao3,

    I just want to say I am really enjoying your lessons. I have been studying on-and-off for the last 5 years and these are by far the most practical references to everyday language usage I have come across. It is great being able to download and then swap between different lessons…something I do every day now on the train.

    Keep up the good work!

    Zai4jian4,

    Luke

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