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"steph puccio" Discussed on Geopats Podcasting

Geopats Podcasting

04:34 min | 4 months ago

"steph puccio" Discussed on Geopats Podcasting

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"steph puccio" Discussed on Changing Scripts: Conversations about Mandarin Chinese with native speakers and learners

Changing Scripts: Conversations about Mandarin Chinese with native speakers and learners

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"steph puccio" Discussed on Changing Scripts: Conversations about Mandarin Chinese with native speakers and learners

"That also I am offering content creators who I listen to and watch and things like that free spots on the podcast so when you hear those no those are not paid. Those are just people that I really like what they're doing and I think it's connected to what is happening in that episode. Also I'm offering myself up to the world and I'm doing that in the form of voice over action. Oh you've got it if you or anyone you yeah no needs a voiceover talent for any short or long experience. I now have a profile a very work in progress profile but a profile at voices dot com. It's voices with an S. forward. Slash actors forward Slash Steph Puccio J. O. S. T. E. P. H.. Don't worry I'll have it in the show notes for you but I do want you to know that my voices for sale yeah that feels a little weird but I've always wanted to do it and now the Internet has exploded in a way to make it very easily accessible to do it and I actually have all the equipment because I've accumulated all kinds of equipment while podcasting so there's that so enough about money. Let's get to the audio goodness that you're here for this week. We have a new episode on the creatively complicated podcast with my co-host ghost writer Summer Rylander in this podcast we dive into the message of our own creative process in this episode we focus on doing more and doing was essentially realizing that we need to change creative productivity places. It does tasking out our creative process. Help us do more and improve our craft <hes>. I don't know have a listen. Let us know what you think again. We are not an advice podcast. We're trying to make sense of ourselves going back to previous episodes of changing scripts podcast. I I WANNA highlight writer Germy Tiang. Germany was kind enough to sit down with me when he was visiting Shanghai last year to clarify Germany is not just a writer. He's also a translator and playwright words or what he uses to share his ideas about the world and all of it then B._Q.. ity He addresses issues of identity culture and boundaries of what we think these things mean and boy. Is there a lot of leeway in that his upbringing in Singapore was multicultural and yet it was not lower we primarily explore floor Germany's language experiences from his early childhood to the present day but those cultural tones are impossible to remove from language so we didn't even try and that was extremely fun conversation to have Germany is incredibly incredibly thoughtful will and clear another flashback episode. I'd like to highlight is the virtual experts podcast with my former student from Hanoi Vietnam who is currently an established artist now living in my birthplace of New York City and then that's episode sixty six. We explore her geographic movement from Vietnam to the U._S. affected her online experience on is an artist. She's a visual artist and she has a strong online presence that she has very carefully curated did for both professional and personal usages just like most of us. She did things early on in her online experiences that she had to pull back from and really really ask. Do I want the world to see this. Do I want to put this post. This picture this idea out into the world and sometimes the answer is yes and sometimes the answer was no but after the fact we've all been there and how long talks about it is just so delicate and respectful and really thoughtful. I have to admit I have a lot of <hes> of teacher joy and pride in this. It's hard for me not to see on as the student that I met her as as I talked to her in her prison day state so when I'm looking at her when I'm hearing her. It because I did a video call with her so when I saw her in the video call and talk to her I had to Aung sitting in front of me. I had the one that I saw the potential of in the classroom and I know this sounds cheesy but it's so true and then I have who she he is now probably three because then I can kind of get a glimpse of who she's probably going to become and so it's it's double or triple vision but all of it is lovely. I really really suggests that you listened to that. Episode Sixty six of ritual ex-pats pat's if you.

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"steph puccio" Discussed on Virtual Expats

Virtual Expats

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"steph puccio" Discussed on Virtual Expats

"That also I am offering content creators who I listen to and watch and things like that free spots on the podcast so when you hear those no those are not paid. Those are just people that I really like what they're doing and I think it's connected to what is happening in that episode. Also I'm offering myself up to the world and I'm doing that in the form of voice over action. Oh you've got it if you or anyone you yeah no needs a voiceover talent for any short or long experience. I now have a profile a very work in progress profile but a profile at voices dot com. It's voices with an S. forward. Slash actors forward Slash Steph Puccio J. O. S. T. E. P. H.. Don't worry I'll have it in the show notes for you but I do want you to know that my voices for sale yeah that feels a little weird but I've always wanted to do it and now the Internet has exploded in a way to make it very easily accessible to do it and I actually have all the equipment because I've accumulated all kinds of equipment while podcasting so there's that so enough about money. Let's get to the audio goodness that you're here for this week. We have a new episode on the creatively complicated podcast with my co-host ghost writer Summer Rylander in this podcast we dive into the message of our own creative process in this episode we focus on doing more and doing was essentially realizing that we need to change creative productivity places. It does tasking out our creative process. Help us do more and improve our craft <hes>. I don't know have a listen. Let us know what you think again. We are not an advice podcast. We're trying to make sense of ourselves going back to previous episodes of changing scripts podcast. I I WANNA highlight writer Germy Tiang. Germany was kind enough to sit down with me when he was visiting Shanghai last year to clarify Germany is not just a writer. He's also a translator and playwright words or what he uses to share his ideas about the world and all of it then B._Q.. ity He addresses issues of identity culture and boundaries of what we think these things mean and boy. Is there a lot of leeway in that his upbringing in Singapore was multicultural and yet it was not lower we primarily explore floor Germany's language experiences from his early childhood to the present day but those cultural tones are impossible to remove from language so we didn't even try and that was extremely fun conversation to have Germany is incredibly incredibly thoughtful will and clear another flashback episode. I'd like to highlight is the virtual experts podcast with my former student from Hanoi Vietnam who is currently an established artist now living in my birthplace of New York City and then that's episode sixty six. We explore her geographic movement from Vietnam to the U._S. affected her online experience on is an artist. She's a visual artist and she has a strong online presence that she has very carefully curated did for both professional and personal usages just like most of us. She did things early on in her online experiences that she had to pull back from and really really ask. Do I want the world to see this. Do I want to put this post. This picture this idea out into the world and sometimes the answer is yes and sometimes the answer was no but after the fact we've all been there and how long talks about it is just so delicate and respectful and really thoughtful. I have to admit I have a lot of <hes> of teacher joy and pride in this. It's hard for me not to see on as the student that I met her as as I talked to her in her prison day state so when I'm looking at her when I'm hearing her. It because I did a video call with her so when I saw her in the video call and talk to her I had to Aung sitting in front of me. I had the one that I saw the potential of in the classroom and I know this sounds cheesy but it's so true and then I have who she he is now probably three because then I can kind of get a glimpse of who she's probably going to become and so it's it's double or triple vision but all of it is lovely. I really really suggests that you listened to that. Episode Sixty six of ritual ex-pats pat's if you.

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"steph puccio" Discussed on Creatively Complicated

Creatively Complicated

06:42 min | 1 year ago

"steph puccio" Discussed on Creatively Complicated

"Least for me that makes it harder for me to focus on on what it is that I want to create whether I'm writing something or just researching or or reading a book for for Leisure if I have a lot a lot floating around in my head. It's hard to focus on that so yeah. I think it's it's almost similar to <hes> you know high. When you sit down to do something productive for yourself and then suddenly you feel like you absolutely have to sweep floors? They were you really need to say the dishwasher or some some household tasks like that that yeah sure it needs to be done but does it have to be done right now. Now I have a painter Seattle is color a painter friend of our friend who says that I think she even sent me an article once because I was complaining that I wake up and clean and then I get to to work and she's like yeah that is so common for women. She's like the key is to not do that. Wake up MM sturt with you. I know Mike I'm not hard. Wired that way I mean part of me is my surroundings and I'm relatively messy person so when I wake up and think I gotta clean some big verse. It's probably a very healthy thing to do because I won't do it the rest. Most of the day you know that I understand completely. I've yeah the same way I'm not a super messy messy person but I'm also not at all like really organized clean person either so I always have these little piles of things here and there sometimes sometimes it just occurs to me while this really meets the management right yeah yeah definitely this dust ball behind. The bookcase is bigger than my shoes so I should probably we attack yeah now. It's funny so and I have a lot of like a spirit of energy in the morning and I like to get that out and there's nothing that I do creatively that is physically that energetic so it has to come out and clean yeah. That's a good point too and I think there's really something also to just getting things over with getting them out of the way so I like to work out first thing in the morning if possible just to get out and if nobody do well sometimes this morning for instance I did go to the gym and I ran on the treadmill for thirty minutes and then I did about let's of just weight training. I'm so impressed right now. This does not happen every morning but I do try I to at least start every day with a walk and family. You know we'll get if it's sex my husband and I take a little forty minute walk and before seven I have five thousand steps. I've moved around of gun some fresh air and feeling more motivated to tackle the day yeah but I definitely will not for since go to the gym after I finished my work day at six P._M.. That's what I want to cook dinner that Senate WanNa chill out. I'm not GonNa go to the gym so if it is going to be Jim Day for me that needs to happen first thing thanks to get it over with essentially and I also sometimes for me translates to cleaning up. There's a lot that needs to be done around the apartment. If I have several errands that I need to run I kind of try to frontload all of that stuff so that I can then free up my mind a little bit more for the so-called creativity so creativity. Oh do you remember the T._v.. Show of my so called life <hes> we could be my so called creativity actually probably wrap this up holy cow. We Really Woo okay so wow okay so yeah listeners. This is this is this is where our brains go more together. It's a little crazy and hard to follow but what we want to do is I don't don't think it is I think that was a pretty decent road map of like a life in work and creativity in struggles with the labels and the pressures and and then the energy levels and organization I think that's I think that's a lot. What the hell do we do that? Our I really so maybe just to give everybody a sense of what we hope to do. With this old disclosure. This is not meant to ban advice podcast. No definitely definitely not we're not trying to physician ourselves as experts we are just people who like to do things and to people who like to learn things and then share those things in the world and we just want to talk about that process yeah absolutely and in future major episodes because now we've we started to talk about it and you've you've got me subscribed to a few creativity podcasts and I'm sure all venture over into Youtube and look there so if we come across stuff any articles or youtube or podcast or stuff like that if we find stuff and we end up talking about that we'll of course give you guys the show notes but right now there's so much in our brains that we we have to empty that. I really need to do a big brain dome to put it eloquently we do we do do Winston Brain. Dump is done the movie ready for other ideas on creativity and soon as that will go. We might even have themed episode sometime. One thing crazy easy wind. Where do you instilling in them? It's going to happen pressure. We can definitely we can definitely do seems anyway where should it. Where should people find us? I guess for now we just use our stuff right. Yeah I guess we we didn't think this third before recording the so. Maybe we'll try to register as you email address and see what happens yeah just in case so my handles the same everywhere S. t. h. f. few C._C.. Steph puccio including my email address but literally everywhere else possible yet. We're using really made that easy on yourself. I am summer outside on twitter and instagram and enjoy. Actually you know what you can email me there as well. Some are outside at gmail.com is fine so yeah if you stuck with us through this conversation thank you and come back. 'cause I promise you that will we'll be more yeah anyway. Yes Oh okay. We don't know how often yet <hes> I think we're going to try to do every other week every other week right. Okay yeah so okay so we'll be back in two weeks. Yes we'll be back in two weeks. They'll tell kidding. We probably need some sort of closer. We might have to think anything. I'm so used to doing this solo. This is so embarrassing okay. I should have thought this through okay. So what time is it where you are now right now. It is to thirty seven..

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"steph puccio" Discussed on Virtual Expats

Virtual Expats

06:27 min | 1 year ago

"steph puccio" Discussed on Virtual Expats

"I want to find out more this world for what I thought she was just a fat so I was rushing to finish the film. I was like you know I hope that life is still there by the time I finished this film so Kinda lucky for me that luxury really exploded by back into on the sixteen even though right now it's not as the as before I think that's also because it has become so mainstream in China. Has Anything replaced it in popularity yeah definitely short video right tick tock these what everybody's talking about were were. Why now? Is there a monetary component to that. I haven't checked that out too much yet. I think the still trying to figure out how to monetize I mean it took talk and the quite so the short video I think they're still trying to figure out whether their business Florida campus supported just for traditional sponsorship and Yeah Yeah it's interesting because I was talking to a friend about a very young friend in China about why and some of the livestream and she was like you know and she mentioned of course the short videos and tick Tock and then I started the delving into that a little bit with her about how they make money and she said a lot of it seems a lot of it too is like the idea of being discovered to lead to something else so I guess like every other form of online so someone hears you doing us a lot of people go on there and do songs and that kind and stuff and then they get the chance to have more fans and get asked to perform somewhere so ever-evolving. I guess so rhino for short video to top APPs on tick tock quite quite so's trying to encourage each of the chaos on its platform to start doing lifetime because as clearly defined is this motto and the light you know whoever does the life Shamin on quite so can make a lot of money and the platform pick a huge but with the other sponsorships advertising the because still make money but he's not gonna be as fast as an or as lucrative as lingerie. I'm still fairly new to all of this terminology as Carol the same same thing as influence or they different. I think so I'm GONNA kill some a term that people Asia US along rape people lose use natural okay okay. It's like <unk> Kia pin- opinion yeah okay here in business a lot of branding. If you want someone to talk about your product I think he but yeah I hear mainly in Asia. I don't hear I hear influence or in the U._S.. How this this rich talking to the poor core in live streaming? What is that the only place one of the few places that has happened in China and why is it so important? It's not important I think he just fast because I really want to do a story about the <hes> the class divide society but I want to do in Fowley by the heavy handed over social commentary if fascinated me is that when the rich and poor it together what's going to happen because he will like they will never mingo right never be able to observe. There are aligned together. I just wonder about that like the rich and the poor they talk to each other. Are they talking because it looks like a lot of money going in different directions well mostly in one direction but as far as the like talking part part of it is that the offline component like what the what the host might when they might meet with the <hes> with the to house afterwards or whatnot. Is that the talking part of it you live streaming chat room they talk to each other and mostly. It's a <unk>. The fans will type like I admire you. You're so also the rich to get the huge ego satisfaction but the was at each other I billy on Y K exchange. We chat contacts with each other they can we had our so many which are group's ready. I mean that's how a patron has star he so her own we chat groups have accused following the future a social media following that way and then reach our rooms. I think there's more definitely back-and-forth interaction but overall. It's about the poor adore the rich even Hongbao yet envelopes every once in a while. We've had so not just the host. Has We chat groups but the Patriots themselves have we chat groups where they talk to the people watching the hosts also it's the the the host which are group's were the two how will be super active admiral level control and though other you know diehard fans will be there as well above sometimes to how the rich they can start their own which groups sorry. It's complicated. Dick has started their own groups are why also became move to reach out with some other social. Media Platform is always spend a lot of money. You'd become a celebrity space so I love the triangle that that talks about during the documentary where she shows the host at the top two L. D. basically the English terms the loser on one side the Patriot on the other side so that those are the three things and then eventually she talks about the agencies that part to to overtake them in the middle and the interactions between all four of. Those populations is so fascinating Yup. That's <hes> that's why loves him as successful because <hes> the platforms the they found a way to really design features that can appeal to the different rose needs how to satisfy there needs online but also they design this kind of revenue flow that everybody can take account I in the regular of flaw. Everybody has incentive to invest in the host future income convertibility so that's how livestream has increasingly become a month game lessons for talking about money and this documentary now. I'm just kidding. I'm not asking you for many. I do support page on Steph PUCCIO DOT WE BLEED DOT COM but but that's not what this announcement is for what I want instead of money believe it or not or more or less nurse more people just like Hugh who are interested in this conversation that we're having about people moving around geographically and what that does their online selves else. Did they change their online personas when they changed countries. I don't know do you know.

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"steph puccio" Discussed on Virtual Expats

Virtual Expats

13:48 min | 2 years ago

"steph puccio" Discussed on Virtual Expats

"I cannot save the different country but it saw total new thing and learn a lot of things from the locals and they just love meeting goes in so it's like the conversation I had with the locals. It's the culture it's the history I realized end and I also always ride opposed after discussion so when you started started to blog. Who did you think you were writing to? Who did you think your audience was going to be fiercely? I write everything I think I write it for myself. You know the I started. Writing Online was when I was in U._K.. A._K.. As exchange students and English dating culture is so different from Korea. You know I was living do arms and it was just total cultural shock than they had condemned covers in toilets and it was like because goes in Korea you start with like eating meals with them. Maybe it's so many years later you talk about six and all that and it was like you case like right straightforward and I don't have e Korean friends with me in U._K.. And I have to talk to myself. I had my first boyfriend than U._K.. And while things were going so quick and I needed to discuss this with someone you know talking about the time difference and all that I couldn't tell anyone because they cannot understand me anyways of dirt in not in this situation. That's when I write started writing like really detailed diaries about justifying. Why did this and what do I think about it? <hes> am I happy with myself going with the situations end it kind of made myself like strong. I started building up like self confidence and I started realizing who I am and how I'm from others and it was really important process for me for me. Writing something down is like how I see myself in this so many like office changing world and so yeah. It's like sort of like communication with myself yeah. I have a very similar experience with writing when I moved to Taiwan in two thousand three. I is a very isolating experience. I wasn't in the capital and I didn't know any of the language and the majority of the signs around me were in the characters which I had only really seen on restaurant menus before then in different countries and so I ended up online just like coming home every night from work and just like pounding on keyboard. Just what I was doing what I was thinking when I was and honestly if I wrote when I would stop at the end I'd be like exhausted and go wait a minute. I said that like I just I didn't realize I was think I needed like I was thinking that I was processing that like I was. I was kind of unveiling what was going. Hang on in here in my brain. Oh it was amazing. I was just like okay. I guess I need to write to discover what I'm feeling. It was yeah so I relate completely to that. Did you write about you're dating experiences on his blog. I'm kind of careful with that. You know because the conservative so for example I never put on like selfies of me in all guy on my hog because like they can like just me. I don't know like I don't feel comfortable. Sometimes I would only like right down the conversation we have and take picture of the food we ate together something like that yeah. That's why accidentally did and it was a very big mistake. I ended up taking them down afterwards so that's very very very wise but okay wait. We skipped the U._K.. I fast forward to you a little bit so let's go back to Silicon Valley. Geographically after silicon rallied for three months where where were you. I came back to Korea and I has kind of three months saw free time and I moved to Shanghai in January two thousand fifteen. We carry a whole you've you've lived in so many places. Have you lived in a lot of places I have even has have you if so and you're interested in this topic of our virtual lives and our geographic lives and how they affect each other please do contact me. I'm all over social media with the same name Steph Puccio S. T. H.. I. O. Twitter Instagram Tumbler Lincoln and four now facebook that's awesome. I G mail address so however you'd like to contact me do so and we'll get you on virtual experts. Thank you so much well since you've been writing the blog for a number of years now. Do you ever feel pressure. When you don't feel like writing that you have to because there are people reading it? I really feel the pressure when it comes to language because I have audience of like three language groups creating Chinese and for Koreans. It's like oversupply thinking about the demands. It's like I post like sometimes I post daily and the A for Chinese group. There's a huge demand but I I so little because once I posted on my diary there were like two thousand two hundred views on that whole we'll post and I was so surprised in for English groups I think yeah I think it's little low than what is needed and so there's kind of like your pressure for me to keep up with all of them. Otherwise was because the <unk> to me and asked like what's going on. Why why don't you post like your your things what's going on there and so I wanna make them Marie than so? I tried to keep to all audience because it's a personal blog. I feel the need to ask you if you're ever going to turn it into a podcast well. That's a really good idea and I considered it and I was actually a podcast host for one year and a half in Shanghai but but <hes> what I was co host and it was it was totally like China business related and I was having like journalistic views on what's happening in China in so I thought it really there needs to be like Louis clear purpose in you know <hes> at the moment I'm keeping my blog and I have a lot of videos I have joe mother needs and so I think I will do videos later and I'll I'll consider podcast by that really high human connection talking to debase then I'm dinner stewing youtube or maybe podcast but but I'll have to think a lot of people now actually a Lotta podcasters hesters now actually record on Youtube and then take the audio input that NEPAD cast that people can you can consume it in whichever way they want it is that that would just be really cool because your your your voice is so interesting and your right. Your personality is so wonderful that I think people would really like to hear your stories not just on the screen but from you. I think that would be thing thank you thank you. This has been really fun. Okay so let's let's get to it now so you've you've had something very interesting rather recently. Haven't you Lewis a quite an adventure holy cow. Can you give us a quick summary of your adventure you started last year on the trickery. It was right. I made up my mind in in February and I kicked it off like I seriously like started preparing for it from first week of March so it's actually like exactly one year before I started disturbed at this time I was making the harp points for like project introduction for Finney's and so I started putting out the project summaries all the big companies in China all the Korean base <unk> kick off any further. Can you quickly give a summary of the trip that you took for the so <hes> it was all cycling trip from Shanghai to London following the Silk Road and interviewing doll startup enterpreneurs from all those countries on the way fifteen countries and also holding a seminar in each country and so it was a three year layers of works cycling interviewing reviewing including seminars in I started with my trainees ran than he dropped off the project on the fourth month in October and then I finished the trip alone in came back to Korea on on February second so it was all exactly eight months Strip and so we did you buy from Shanghai to London but you interviewed people along the way and had seminars as well. That's right. Oh my God and how did you do all of that well. It's it's kind of. It's kind of simple like us a cycle until you get it all there. The capital city ordered the biggest city out out of capital end yeah I I saw search for the company that I want to interview on link Dan or through the introduction and then I do the interview and then I hold a seminar a promote the seminar in custer bank were a local kind of community and then I hold a seminar there and share my experience and so yeah easy like cycling on the roads in one of the big city. I do this interview seminar it was. Has Easy as you were doing. All of this. You know when you have a very clear goal by your destination is London. You know you have to do it because you promised you know. I have all fourteen sponsors answers behind so I always had a kind of motivation. I knew what I was doing and I knew I can do it because compared to like what I did. In the past like interviewing the seventy five companies companies in Israel and I was like how should I say I was like giving out papers in a Korean university like two hours every day so it was like it was I knew I could do it and sometimes it was really really tough. In terms of cycling on interview is or doing the seminar wise it was. I was comfortable with it and you said there's a book coming out of it right. You're writing a book right now. When that wind committee that I'm <hes> I think I'll petition reimburse and they'll permission English and hopefully all you'll be published this year? Hopefully on before September okay. And where online can the listeners see I had I was following you in the groups that you created but for people that aren't on each at work as they see bits of the trip that 'cause I know you blog. Took pictures needed all kinds of things. Where can they see that yeah? I have a website called Secrets Dot C._O.. Jio In so so it's instead of silk roads you put seek like S.. E. K. not necess- dot Com but DOT C._O.. Yali okay cool now. Let's focus on the virtual to a part of that experience because you're going through different countries had navigate how to be online in all of those different places. I was kind of disappointed to see that all countries had wi fi connection four four or five days that I have Internet and I was very that's why like there. I was on a thirty six hours of very <unk> forty eight hours drain on has done in dog crossing using the Caspian Sea from Kosten to Azerbaijan. That was a long time. I didn't have Internet otherwise I was always with injured as surprisingly in some houses that I visited locals houses have Internet but it didn't wouldn't bother me because why can go to cafes like Internet cafes anyways so awesome a big deal and when I was in Croatia my phone totally broke down like an I went to the to repair shop at the they told me to buy a new one and so for one week I didn't have them so I really relied on like road signs in went to the destination I wanted to go. Oh and I think that was the longest time and I kind of why. Do you say you're disappointed that you had so much <hes> Internet. Were you know being take a break from it then yeah because it was almost the same reasons reason for Ecuador I wanted to get out of my current life. I was like so well connected on Internet and phone zoo all the end as a journalist you lead a really smooth bruce comfortable life like say for example like ten Santana Conference. They be like airplane like five star hotel in as a journalist working in China you take it for granted and I saw always if I moved to another country to start a new job. He almost the same like I would go there with airplane..

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"steph puccio" Discussed on Changing Scripts: Conversations about Mandarin Chinese with native speakers and learners

Changing Scripts: Conversations about Mandarin Chinese with native speakers and learners

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"steph puccio" Discussed on Changing Scripts: Conversations about Mandarin Chinese with native speakers and learners

"All of my information is in the show. Also, all over social media except Facebook by Steph Puccio, S, T H F UCI. Oh that includes g mail for my Email, Twitter, Instagram tumbler, end Lincoln. So I look forward to hearing from you. The last thing I want to point out which I think is really interesting is that this is one that I kept saying to my husband. I can't believe it's taken me this long to realise this because I hear it when I hear when I heard my Chinese students using English. I used to get frustrated not always a not visibly to them because they didn't answer. Yes. Or no questions when we asked. Did you eat lunch? Did you see the new homework or I don't know any question. You would ask like, yes. Or no question in English. We genuinely say, yes, I did or yes or no. We would answer the yes. Or no part first. And then maybe expand out and maybe not I don't think that's true in Chinese. And I think I had a major resistance we call l one interference. When your first language interferes with learning your second language in this case Chinese technically my third, but honestly, I'm probably way past where I wasn't Spanish. So I don't know another language. Let's just say, so it's definitely l one interference because in this conversation. This is conversation for in the Kosheh was that the. Classroom or test room? I think that's classroom. Right. Thank kosheh. It's nine point four. If you have the k four standard course textbook in this conversation. It's too Sudans basically decompressing after test and one of them says again, my tones are off Nido ting Dong Lhamo, knee, knee, dole ting Dong Lhamo. Basically. You all understand? Did you understand all of it? So did you understand elven? Yes, or no. Yes, or no. Yes, or no. Oh, hell, no. The answer. Is kingdom understand. The answer is understand not. Yes, understand when I was teaching. I did hear the kind of injury so often for my students in a Mike. Why are using the verb? Is he yes or no question? Now granted for with my students their core. Spokes for their language learning should have instilled this habit in English. So they should've learned how to answer those questions in English. Just like I'm supposed to be learning. How to answer these questions commonly Tiny's, however. I have been saying yes or no in Mandarin. When people ask me, yes. Or no questions instead of saying the verb. So I've been doing embarrassing thing that my students were dealing no Nadi ninety ninety. Now is this true in general when you ask yes? Or no question in Chinese do you answer with the verb? Or for example. If I didn't understand what I say booting dome. Luta look, probably right. I guess I don't know. So is this a pattern or is this an exception? I'm used to. Yes. Or no questions being answered with. Yes. Or no an- I've been bringing that into Chinese four from the moment that I heard my first Mandarin Chinese said to me not just around me when I moved to Taiwan in two thousand three now, I haven't been constantly exposed since two thousand three it's been very very on and off. But yeah, I've been answering delay and wondering what no was for a very long time. This is making so much sense. Now, like, I've kind of been wondering how does they know like I know had to say. Don't have. I don't want like I don't don't need like blue. Okay, fine. I'm just thinking, I know little ways to say, no. But I don't know just know like, I know just yes. And I also saw somewhere recently where somebody said, oh just saved away. And somebody else said between means good not. Yes. So I don't even know if to means yesterday more. Susan issue with an analyzing language too much in there, isn't that going to stop might use this usually just low, but I think it's kind of fun finally after a lot of calculate stuffing into my head that I finally can fly down to use this stuff and come back in a way that lets me play with it it to to other things that I've heard and seen in an out of the textbooks. So part of the exposure of living in China is finally seeping in. Although honestly, it's probably mostly from the listening in the textbooks..

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"steph puccio" Discussed on Changing Scripts: Conversations about Mandarin Chinese with native speakers and learners

Changing Scripts: Conversations about Mandarin Chinese with native speakers and learners

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"steph puccio" Discussed on Changing Scripts: Conversations about Mandarin Chinese with native speakers and learners

"Onto this podcast. All of my information is in the show. Also, all over social media except Facebook by Steph Puccio, S T E P H F U C CIO that includes g mail for my Email, Twitter, Instagram, tumbler, and Lincoln. So I look forward to hearing from you. You. You've started in stopped calling character words mortgage characters, and I find that this happens so often when I talk about Mandarin Chinese when you're talking about learning this to anybody that isn't learning it, how do you describe to them how confusing characters in words are all high. I say terms using words terms o- instead of either one of them. Yeah. Because I mean, even technically in English one really is a word mainly we separate things out was faces. So that's when we call them word. But you know, it gets confused implied. Like, you don't notice. But like each other like, that's that's one word or two two ways. I thought it was too. I've been getting to Christian it now or ordinal myself. You know is one wearing those two words. Well, yeah. Going by spaces, it's one. Yeah. You know? And if you think about like German or something like that, you know, how they could as like words together. So would you come more longer word? You really want is a word, and my opinion word is might yet like expresses one basic idea. Silly collocation like Genna go to sleep those kinds of things would you call it like each one of those a term. So those those move on into phrases. I would say, but just slightly smaller than that is is early worry in that think that's that's what's more important. So when I when I described split Mandarin is like two Hewlett don't study languages or city mentoring and say like, oh, well, you know, imagine imagine you learning English FIS syllables like what would that be like? Now. All man, I learned today learns like thirty new syllables like, okay. That's great. But like what does that actually mean? What did you? You haven't really done anything like. Yeah. Onto syllable is one word. You know? Subtly by like, but yeah. Like again, you say like yourself. Like. You got to Sobel's there. But it's like that's not too different is not really not to damore is like that's like the wine idea right there. Takes time. They like those gather and Mandarin. I I'll express it as the which is like word, which like term means term. You know? I gotcha. Now that makes a lot of San we have syllables in English. We sometimes teach syllables we understand what syllables are two of coined. But Chinese is much more Celebic than English is we have a lot of loan words and things like that. Don't like we don't have the specific pattern to English like Mandarin does end yet facing and words and the sentences with only punctuation generally at the end is very confusing at the beginning. I think what was the biggest thing that was hard for you. When you first started Zeman of you come in those Richard looking for, but it's like getting into the habit Sunday. The the way that I you like new skills or information is like I won't tell anybody about it. So I can promise myself that I can do with for a month. Some months. Great sudden. So it just really hard because of that brain burn or whatever it is like I've never experienced that before like ever, this is the I think there's only been one other thing..

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"steph puccio" Discussed on Changing Scripts: Conversations about Mandarin Chinese with native speakers and learners

Changing Scripts: Conversations about Mandarin Chinese with native speakers and learners

04:10 min | 2 years ago

"steph puccio" Discussed on Changing Scripts: Conversations about Mandarin Chinese with native speakers and learners

"Experience onto this podcast. All of my information is in the show. Also, all over social media except Facebook by Steph Puccio, S T H F U C C, I o that includes g mail for my Email, Twitter, Instagram, tumbler, and Lincoln. So I look forward to hearing from you. But anyway, I wanted to do a quick update. Connecting to some things that Matt said in the recent interview that was posted with Matt Boyle as well as my own update and skin the kind of slurred them together. His it spin quite a challenge getting back on track with everything else in life post ages K test put a lot of stuff off in order to study for the last month to really cut a solidify as much as I could try to catch up with life right now. So this is going to be a very quick video. But I do want to give tangible things that can help you with your own Mandarin Chinese language learning. Because if nothing else I would like to provide something useful for you guys. That are learning the language along with me because I'm still in the learning. I don't know if I'll ever be in the using phase. We'll see what happens that community. Matt mentioned a few times how he likes to go to the same teashops and talk to the same people and get deeper and deeper into the conversation. You mentioned talking to the same people over and over and deepening the conversation each time, you talk to them, and I do well with that kind of a community again mentioned in the interview with Matt a lot of the places I go to they turn over so quickly that I can't even have this conversations when I do feel like a connector wanna get to know, somebody more, and there's some other factors. I'm just not. I don't know. I'm just not very good at small talk is any language. So I feel like that's not the way that could work for me. However, I wanted to share with you these two ways of doing it Matt's way as going to the same place talking to the same people for put changing the compensation questions learning more from each other you go on both connection wise, and for you, the language learner, language wise. And then another way you can do it the way that I've done it and not that you have to choose between these two, but I think these are two different ways that you can certainty do votes could certainly do belts. So the other way is online you don't necessarily have to be in front. The German producer on podcast, but you can connect with people online, and I want to share with you what I've learned over the past couple of years. Being language learner online. It's pretty active communities. I would say by far the most active language learning community is on here on YouTube by far, and how do I knew that? Because police cap I stopped doing the videos for few weeks and the engagement that I had with the savings that content justness Petur way down, and I missed it. I thought maybe I was just doing it for the numbers though. I didn't think but I just I wasn't sure that my motivations were. Language-learning oriented more started to question. Why was making videos was I just hamming it up and having fun there were they actually learning, and I did feel like I missed you guys comments. And so I put a couple more videos on this channel. And then repurpose them for the cast the comments that you guys gave me for the videos. You came back you came back, and you come into MU said, some really useful very nice thing. And I missed talking to you guys. And I think YouTube because we're their comments are is so much easier to have that kind of engagement than anywhere else at this point in time, and that could probably change in the future. But for now, that's where it is. The other place is Instagram study Graham is a good place to share setting in general, so Instagram study grants a good place. I've talked to thought somebody recently who has Chinese study grandma's that one of the hash tags are using. And I was like, hey, I'm gonna follow that one now too. So I'm following. Chinese study Graham, which is where people just post things that they're working on with obviously clinic vendor Chinese so that's a really useful place to connect with..

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"steph puccio" Discussed on Changing Scripts: Conversations about Mandarin Chinese with native speakers and learners

Changing Scripts: Conversations about Mandarin Chinese with native speakers and learners

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"steph puccio" Discussed on Changing Scripts: Conversations about Mandarin Chinese with native speakers and learners

"All of my information is in the show. Also, all over social media except Facebook by Steph Puccio, S T H f you see CIO that includes g mail for my Email, Twitter, Instagram, tumbler, and Lincoln. So I look forward to hearing from you. Which isn't actually commonly used language either the everyday language that people use I'm so so dated as far as like when I left you on term basis like something when I was teaching at university in the US, and I'd say something, and my my nineteen year old American students would look at me like who said that any more. But I I do. Teach. That's silly ten years ago. And I'm like, yeah. Let make sense about the last time. I went in the US. Exactly. That's the fascinating thing about how language it erodes than it grows, and it changes, and it shifts like on some level. I think because I really like listening to other podcasts. And I think okay, I'm probably going to get some of the current flying in there. But now punk has have gotten so polished on some level. Like the level of language in casts has gone up. So it's not even like I'm getting that everyday slang either. So. Capture that the that language anymore. But then again, I don't like you. I don't really see myself going back to I don't know if I'll stay in China very long, but I don't see myself going back to the US anytime soon. So why do I need to? Yeah. Challenging installing. Yeah. I do know a bunch of folks that are doing there's like podcasting is starting to become a thing in China, and and podcast in Chinese are starting to become more popular. And my initial goal was reading because that I can take with me anywhere. I can look at it online. I can I'm much more comfortable writing than speaking. Anyway. So I could chat with people online by typing it in that kind of thing. But once I heard about podcasts taking off in Chinese. I was like, oh, no now I have to add a listening goal because that sounds like a really cool medium to include in my future listening. So. Yeah. Going back to reading do you ever? Find yourself reading the same thing in both languages like the same book or the same. Actually, that's one method. I didn't mention as I really liked to read children's books and Chinese. I have a collection of probably one hundred children's books and many of them are books that I read as a child and some of them are totally in Chinese. Some of them are half like one page is English. And and the next pages. Chinese or else has the English are may have the Chinese under the English. So I have a bunch of bilingual books. Yeah. Definitely. Cool. How did you start doing that? Like, what gave you the inspiration for that? What I might have thought. I I can't remember exactly when that started. But I probably thought to myself, you know, as a child, what did you do to learn you read books a lot with your parents? I told you that story. So I probably knew I at some point needed to get some Chinese children's books. But what happened is actually one day? I was in a Chinese a big Chinese market, and of all things there was a huge table there that day piled high with children's books out of the blue. This is a place. I gotta get vegetables a huge open-air vegetable market. I mean, they have some other things, but you know, how China is sometimes the most random things pop up..

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"steph puccio" Discussed on Changing Scripts: Conversations about Mandarin Chinese with native speakers and learners

Changing Scripts: Conversations about Mandarin Chinese with native speakers and learners

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"steph puccio" Discussed on Changing Scripts: Conversations about Mandarin Chinese with native speakers and learners

"And let's get it into this podcast, contact me. And let's at out the details on how to get you and your valuable language learning. Experience onto this podcast. All of my information is in the. Show. Also, all over social media except Facebook by Steph Puccio, S T H F, you see CIO that includes g mail for my Email, Twitter, Instagram, tumbler, and Lincoln. So I look forward to hearing from you. His part of it yet seems to be national -bility part of it seems to be motivation like you motivation from the beginning and part of it seems to be a patience. When you're switching scripts in doing things differently as going anguish Chinese Chinese to English. There's a lot of differences between the two languages. What do you think might be some of the reasons why people give up on learning languages early on your? I think it's has to do with what you said about patients. You know, it has to do with with with people personality. I think I am a pretty patient. So, you know, I never also have a strong motivation to learn language, so what never fought about giving up. He's learn English. That's always been fun to me. So if you wanna want me to talk about some of the reason, why people make gave up or I think there are a lot of reasons. Some people started learn English just by some extrinsic reasons, you know, they want ask certain tests. It just, you know, want to have the certification those group of people may not may not last very long and a lot of the I think that that mainly come from the students. I talked is that they don't really have the environment to practice while they learn in class. So they all have the opportunity to using to communicate. Jerry teacher man, other than just because English.

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"steph puccio" Discussed on Changing Scripts: Conversations about Mandarin Chinese with native speakers and learners

Changing Scripts: Conversations about Mandarin Chinese with native speakers and learners

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"steph puccio" Discussed on Changing Scripts: Conversations about Mandarin Chinese with native speakers and learners

"Welcome to the changing scripts podcast every Sunday. We'll have one of two types of episodes all of them revolving around learning and using Mandarin. Chinese one type of episode will be my updates on. What I'm learning? How I'm learning it different quirks within language and sometimes information about China itself since I am living in China right now, the second type of that code where I'm interviewing people as it are either learning the language like I am or people who grew up with Mandarin Chinese and the learned other languages the updates used to be on a YouTube channel. But have now migrated over into the podcast only. The interviews started on the YouTube channel as well. And they very quickly ended up on the podcast. So everything's been kind of going back and forth. But I think I think this is where we need to be increased to be near ears. I really do. Now having said that the podcast is also available to listen on its own YouTube channel check the show notes, and you can find the link to the YouTube channel there. It's just an audio form. If you're studying Mandarin Chinese have city. Mandarin chinese. I'll whether it be as a child doesn't it? Don't you're currently studying you're currently using the language. I would love to interview you. So please contact me. Also, I'm happy to announce that we now have an Amazon affiliate account. What does that mean to you? It means you can support the podcast without actually spending any extra money in the show notes or on my weekly account. So if you go to Steph Puccio S T E P H F U C C, O dot we W E B L Y dot com. Got all the way to the bottom. You'll notice that there's an Amazon button click on that. And that will bring you to my own very personal podcasting affiliate account with Amazon. Here's how it works. You just click on that link. Shop normally pay get your items be happy and Al get a tiny percentage of whatever you ordered. You. Do not pay anything extra. You also don't get a discount, but you'll get to support the podcast without doing anything. Super specially different. I greatly. Appreciate your support. I have one. Fancy new microphone, but I could use the second for my guests, and my computer is very quickly dying. And there's a lot of podcast conferences to be honest with you. I'd love to be able to go to. But since this is a passion project kind of needs some help with that. So that's what we're doing. I'm setting up some affiliate accounts and hopefully get some sponsors soon. And hopefully, we can make the podcast even better with each passing season. There's a few ways that you can feedback about what you hear in these two types of episodes in any given episode actually if you go back to that we bleep site that I mentioned earlier stuff,.

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"steph puccio" Discussed on Changing Scripts: Conversations about Mandarin Chinese with native speakers and learners

Changing Scripts: Conversations about Mandarin Chinese with native speakers and learners

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"steph puccio" Discussed on Changing Scripts: Conversations about Mandarin Chinese with native speakers and learners

"All of my information is in the show notes. Also, all over social media except Facebook. I am Steph Puccio S T H f you see CIO that includes g mail for my Email, Twitter, Instagram, tumbler, and Lincoln. So I look forward to hearing from you. So. Most of my first eight months was spent. Mode of. Testing out every beginning Chinese app known to man. You see what was out there? And what gaps in the market? There was an also dispute could help me with my language learning, and it was pretty apparent. Although there were things that I found were interesting or trying a useful that the majority of what I needed to do at the beginning was to is giant language Donka giant word dump. And that's why two thousand eighteen for me is that my h isky or were I'm literally using the deadlines of the test to psych mainly signed me into the content that I actually want to use in terms that I hope I can use to do what Phil mentioned with the podcast is to learn with inland. Guage context. Not just within test materials. So I can't say that they don't think mobile apps are useful crew rate learning in general or Chinese specifically, but I can say per beginning language learners of Chinese having the characters the pinion tones. And I'm probably missing another thing is just too much of a cognitive load. I think we're coming from English into Chinese is. So so hard to have all of that hitting you at once, even if it's in a fun orm that I found it very difficult to find apps that didn't overwhelming. Did you use any apps when he started three years ago? It was a long segment. Good. Plateaux Chinese-language lending pretty much when he was like, oh, I. Off my off like it's breaking because I love Cliquot I paid for the upgrade, which I I will say with this yet. But my house breaking because I do want to recommend if you use an droid phone. Yeah. It's kind of better. And I love when plateau has helped me for like three years. So this is why I hate you recommending a competitive. It's it's the little things. So I found I because my hearing for tones was very good and found the listening to the oil of FICO recording. 'cause no very the cliff me. And I couldn't quite get it. Whereas other people could I think I've had friends who was in town, and they were surprised Sussman. Sussman news is it's it's just like like, oh was a little old on clunky. You have like a law that right? Yeah. And so they're trying to it has a lot of years. Yeah. You want to go for the free things paid, but free business. I don't know if you can see this, Stu glory. I'll put it in the shadows. But it's H I N P I N G, and there is a free and a paid and superbeet. The we one is free, right? Yeah. And apparently, I have it installed. My I tried a lot of things. I don't remember the keep keep applicable quite heat on. So it's the sound the order recordings. Maybe we can play one beautiful beautiful recordings on humping, and the it's clearer because outlets functions on the funk is of the characters. It's not as like swear. And like. It's more like Henriksen thought. Oh, that would be really helpful. Just it just makes it nice. You know, it's a pill. It's a very like very shallow reasons. No, no, no that's important because booking script makes my head hurt..

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"steph puccio" Discussed on Changing Scripts: Conversations about Mandarin Chinese with native speakers and learners

Changing Scripts: Conversations about Mandarin Chinese with native speakers and learners

05:12 min | 2 years ago

"steph puccio" Discussed on Changing Scripts: Conversations about Mandarin Chinese with native speakers and learners

"All of my information is in the show. Also, all over social media except Facebook. I am Steph Puccio S T P H F. You see CIO that includes g mail for my Email, Twitter, Instagram, tumbler and Lincoln. So I look forward to hearing from you. Custom custom no other. When it creates no way, always the on. Where's the? Oh. I guess us with this cut cut word cut cut. I haven't looked hug it just keeps coming up. But I'm not saying. It's all over overages K to not come come together. Great. Okay. Good. That's good hut cut. Because I haven't actually lifted up the what what would you say is more common were counts. Tom is very very common and it needs to look to see. So like it just caved one sentence for D was saying convene, which is. I wanted to watch me. Yeah. But no, I'm come together is all rediscovered you. I mean, it's thirty. They're doing a lot of double double birds, or whatever they're trying to Concha which come. It's like just means like I mean, it's the kind of the same. It doesn't let that extra condom. I think they're taking the emphasis that duplicating words can do. I think I think they're taking it to industry because they're it with a lot of vocabulary that was in one. And they did a little section where they explained the Duke occasion can emphasize things and I feel like they're doing. I'm chapter eight of fifteen and they're still doing it for different words. That's all. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. Good. It feels Amish. It's usually want to stress that. Okay. Good. Now. This is really good that you said that because I do in what I can up around the I don't hear people doing that. That would be more obvious to here, which is run by language and because young notice them doing it. Yes. Good. The only duplication I can think I think he's an anxious case six. That's why like hi, I'm doing. CBS people on that means to be like really excited faint your own besides excited. To get. How that's written. That is nice. I have to go through my own views and see why didn't like this because I had it installed. Now, we do them how some of the Qantas Treville personalities that like how other I knew this counts, you they started to create decks and do the quiz and stuff in and I go to anybody over. So I don't actually need a lot of things that I used to need from it on paper based in a lot of vocabulary. This will probably be very boring people watching on if he would come on. But since you got onto that topic. I should just show you let's see I have I have fifty categories. Custody havoc on these animosity review some of them every now, and again, some some Don how many within like some would have like three hundred fifty five I'm probably three. I I draw hot. It's applicable flicker. Oh is really good. If pay attention, you can do flush cards, and I found that really useful. And I was the way we would have weekly dictation plus nine nine or in English visiting Chinese that tells you the difference in language, so so every week that teacher would say, okay. Let me twenty was. From the chuckling tested. I'm gonna say them unions Radic. So that's how was my method of practicing and that worked really well apart from apart so quickly humping that both dictionaries soon obviously having victory and your line, which is great and you'll use it all the time. But often that I have tried the million different apps Janis because I was looking for a way to me. Enjoyable. I'm back with my downfall. And that's something I won't do with letting off. The stuff the Todd renewing is autumn. Yeah. Doing with with the Chinese to eat the bitterness can never. Yeah. Yeah. No clue. Sorry. One three certain. That that is something I've had to get out. Don't even worry about people listening to us. Yeah. I had to get past that as well, especially, and that's part of the reason why went from playing with apps and trying to find that would that would help me BRUCE'S, just pushing through the ages case open just getting words, I need where to read and you what go looking at and to just sit down and constantly repeats. The same words opened over and over and over and chill. I could recognize site and that Gordon. Was kind of liberating in..

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"steph puccio" Discussed on Changing Scripts: Conversations about Mandarin Chinese with native speakers and learners

Changing Scripts: Conversations about Mandarin Chinese with native speakers and learners

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"steph puccio" Discussed on Changing Scripts: Conversations about Mandarin Chinese with native speakers and learners

"This podcast. All of my information is in the show. Also, all over social media except Facebook. I am Steph Puccio S T H f you see CIO that includes g mail for my Email, Twitter, Instagram, tumbler, and Lincoln. So I look forward to hearing from you. You can on the ages care. No. Have you noticed your graduate after take can sit some gas pro-trade from my my SIS. Yeah. Now, you really I mean, you're. Which is weird because one to five. Kind of makes sense. I have some things that I disagree with. I like a lot of disagreement start. Thing. I haven't liked other and some of the graph. I mean, so the strange thing is like it's just analysts on your own. Don't speak very rights. Tripping council you can take one buses supplicants, but I found strange. I don't like it's a small thing. I don't mind visit based because I basically means you said for the computer, and you just need, you know, the cartoons of right and characters at anything levels. So you she'd say the computer baseball, you don't have to write a single character, which I find strange you don't need to. You just you just typing? But. The from ages K one that's just some strange woods that I don't really inside like you so exit one his Invicta car. Owners to wear. And they have things like I'd always one. And I don't really have a say the white proxy with useful. For the first one hundred fifteen inch range, I forget now. But that's definitely something better. Just all I find the faith. Entire video about how often is through it just came went into. And although I appreciate cups into this thing, if you're should be other words that should be enforced more. Okay. This. No, the west one. You know? Not when you're having when you're orders when you're having a conversation or when you're eating something. See my goal was to read ultimately probably materials online. So I'm literally knock would ever folks cups. It's not generally, my interesting. Yeah. I can tell you that like everything I've read dot dot character bay to debate. Like, it doesn't. I haven't seen it comas anything else. Other than Cup. So mave like many meetings. But the one I find strangest find shrink. Humidity like apple..

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"steph puccio" Discussed on Changing Scripts: Conversations about Mandarin Chinese with native speakers and learners

Changing Scripts: Conversations about Mandarin Chinese with native speakers and learners

05:39 min | 2 years ago

"steph puccio" Discussed on Changing Scripts: Conversations about Mandarin Chinese with native speakers and learners

"All of my information is in the show. Also, all over social media except Facebook by Steph Puccio, S T P H F U C C. I O that includes g mail for my Email, Twitter, Instagram, tumbler and Lincoln. So I look forward to hearing from you. The the arsoned people keep talking about the are sound in the Beijing dialect, and I know my course books pages K hit the are sound hard. I know it's there. I just can't fathom what it sounds like without it because I don't have the ability to converse yet in the world. Do you is it really hit over the head obvious? When you hear it. Spoken Ovan accent. Yeah. Yes. Here on high South, China the. With an honest. He often do don't do you do. The guy on the sheets says it quite lightly. Yeah. She doesn't try. To flex the old. Whereas in Beijing, you definitely it used to be transcribed in the old room and is Asian systems. Jayme. The ourselves just a j. In one of the other point Giles one of the. Yeah, it might. Yes, they actually Trump's because representation they thought of the Beijing Egion. Doesn't it sound like an arse visiting her? Can you think of a word or phrase that would demonstrate that sound? Chinese. Yeah. If you smoke it in Beijing. Beijing sentence. You can see why it would be more like a. And how would people down here at word that second by hooded spoken? Timezone follow less of Khotan up. Like my closest experiences. My says it much any. What's life? I always assumed it was in our sound added. Two other words like it was an unnecessary kind of meaningless sound speaking different thing. I'll her ourselves is that? Yes. So I'm talking about the. Sound Indio talking about the sound the are while which is peculiar to the our else? Clearly, okay. So we're talking about two different are issues in the Chinese-language one being the and I don't want to minimize this. But there is a general northeast Asian are L sound issue when they come over into other languages. I know it's not that one. We're not. L basic awesome in in monitoring yet. Which when they teach you go to roll your son of repre flexing. Yeah. It's related to the. You know? The exactly mystic. But yes. So they teach about yet down here. He much I was straight are. Between American brash as though isn't it? But I would say if I looked at opinions. Say ran when I was. Been going on. His maternal nuts the J until cheering Japanese to our sound is. And I think that's part of the reason why they have a problem saying the Arborist why the are in the Eller show clips when they learn English is that that sound is. So so so different on companies. Yeah. VR finally Nuff. There were a lot of names popular names in Japan that start there are not past tense. There are a lot of deputies into start with an R and the teacher coming into language for the first time. You're like, I just can't say half these things that are sounds. So our do it. I forget is a much more intense. Okay. So that's one of the ourselves. We're talking about what did the other? Let's see our hot which is the tune. Chose folding of quite would ending into an are some which is devoted otas. -ation? Instead of the it's very much like the many places in American English will pronounce the all father. Yeah. In many places in the UK. We don't do that anymore. Only we used to example in my local, except we we say filed yet with Shroff onto the and so it's sort of the credit in some ways. But it does formal rules in the benching dialects, and it's up. She comes to pot of stunted was well the Beijing. But it seems strange learning because it's very particular has plenty of people in China. Don't do very so the. Hyphen child becomes are. Which is what we've been told..

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"steph puccio" Discussed on Changing Scripts: Conversations about Mandarin Chinese with native speakers and learners

Changing Scripts: Conversations about Mandarin Chinese with native speakers and learners

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"steph puccio" Discussed on Changing Scripts: Conversations about Mandarin Chinese with native speakers and learners

"All of my information is in the show. Also, all over social media except Facebook. I am Steph Puccio S T P H F U C C. I O that includes g mail for my Email, Twitter, Instagram, tumbler and Lincoln. So I look forward to hearing from you. Okay. So let's keep going with that chronology. So you're listening to the audio. You're doing the textbook. What was the next stage of your learning? The audio tuna school guy was working my way through characters like. Bye. Bye suffering numbs before I came to China. I got through the much eight hundred close with Mark. But by taking a whole year to get up. Twenty eight hundred is that a known list of notes not because the book I got a book which law people don't rate very highly hyphen, incredibly use Chinese characters which dealt with the first eight hundred. I think I was trying to all day chess K as well. I think it might be guess it was h K levels in the old. So to made of milestone, number when I I I I looked at the bucket page though. That's why I need to get to. It was when I came to China about the thousand Kochta that's my hit this long germs on. I know. So they never brought out the second level of the book. I think it didn't sell well enough. I'm guessing. So then start thinking of how I was going to go beyond because scuffling to use get wings. Couldn't use any more involvement of no stories. Well, I didn't have time to do. And that's the time to. So it's the plush constituted fuss cod. I'm stopped by those quick sensitive. I thought using and I start also using list of this h in total cod. I seldom then of my own flash cards. So I ended up with these index of the index of cots. Yeah. My own system as well. By putting the ones I need to the Bach everyday. I saw congratulate over the next few years. I go to the three thousand Ishmael. But some people said you're doing on more efficient ways to do it. But I. But with may of the expense of my spoken language because used to just sit and go to these cards moved onto using software instead, but very practice, actually speaking..

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