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Best Phil Lin podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Phil Lin podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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Bite-size Taiwanese is a brand new podcast giving you a taste of real, everyday Taiwanese. Co-hosts Phil & Alan will guide you through the ins and outs of the Taiwanese language (Southern Min/Hokkien) with light-hearted, friendly (and occasionally funny) conversations on how it’s used in today’s Taiwan. The Newbie level podcast, geared towards newcomers to this language, works great for those just looking to get their feet wet, and will handily equip visitors with basic survival Taiwanese sk ...
 
Bite-size Taiwanese is a brand new podcast giving you a taste of real, everyday Taiwanese. Co-hosts Phil & Alan will guide you through the ins and outs of the Taiwanese language (Southern Min/Hokkien) with light-hearted, friendly (and occasionally funny) conversations on using this language in contemporary Taiwan. We're excited to launch 3 podcasts that will help you whether you’re starting from zero, or wanting to brush up and level-up what you already have: The Newbie level podcast, geared ...
 
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In this episode, we’ve talked about Taiwanese dialects, regional differences, and a bit on Taiwan’s early immigrants and development. (These show notes use tables and rich formatting. Please visit the episode webpage for an optimal viewing experience.) Since there are several dialects and accents in Taiwan, what you hear from one native speaker may…
 
In this episode, we’ve talked about cooking, the recipe for scallion pancakes, and one of the uses of “hōo” in Taiwanese. (These show notes use tables and rich formatting. Please visit the episode webpage for an optimal viewing experience.) TAIWANESEENGLISHiā-tshī-ánight markettshài-tshī-átraditional marketsi̍t-phóorecipetshang-á-piánnscallion panc…
 
In this episode, we’ve talked about “when” exactly to change tones in a Taiwanese phrase or sentence. In particular, this Tone Change Rules Part 1 episode is about the tone change in Nouns, Time Words, and Measure Words. (These show notes use tables and rich formatting. Please visit the episode webpage for an optimal viewing experience.) TONE CHANG…
 
In this episode, we’ve talked about traveling by train to the beautiful east side of Taiwan, and also how to use prepositions to talk about your route and manner of transportation. (These show notes use tables and rich formatting. Please visit the episode webpage for an optimal viewing experience.) SENTENCES AND VOCABULARY TAIWANESEENGLISHHua-liân …
 
In this episode, we’ve talked about traveling by train to the beautiful east side of Taiwan, and also how to use prepositions to talk about your route and manner of transportation. (These show notes use tables and rich formatting. Please visit the episode webpage for an optimal viewing experience.) SENTENCES AND VOCABULARY TAIWANESEENGLISHHua-liân …
 
In this episode, we’ve talked about the “Ninth tone” in Taiwanese. (These show notes use tables and rich formatting. Please visit the episode webpage for an optimal viewing experience.) WHAT IS THE NINTH TONE AND HOW DOES IT SOUND? The “Ninth tone” is a “mid rising tone”, which sounds like a higher Fifth tone. It is not an official basic tone and i…
 
In this episode, we’ve talked about the days of the week (Monday, Tuesday, etc.) in Taiwanese. Also, we learned about expressing days and weeks in a relative sense, such as “today” or “last week”. (These show notes use tables and rich formatting. Please visit the episode webpage for an optimal viewing experience.) SENTENCES AND VOCABULARY TAIWANESE…
 
In this episode, we’ve talked about the days of the week (Monday, Tuesday, etc.) in Taiwanese. Also, we learned about expressing days and weeks in a relative sense, such as “today” or “last week”. (These show notes use tables and rich formatting. Please visit the episode webpage for an optimal viewing experience.) SENTENCES AND VOCABULARY TAIWANESE…
 
In this episode, we’ve learned some useful phrases about one’s health condition, body parts, and seeing a doctor. Also, we talked a little bit about the passive voice in Taiwanese and the passive marker “hōo” and “khì-hōo”. These show notes use tables and rich formatting. Please visit the episode webpage for an optimal viewing experience.) TAIWANES…
 
In this episode, we’ve talked about clothes shopping and learned some useful adjectives and intensifiers. (These show notes use tables and rich formatting. Please visit the episode webpage for an optimal viewing experience.) SENTENCES AND VOCABULARY TAIWANESEENGLISHHit niá gû-á-khòo tsin hó-khuànn!That pair of jeans looks nice!hitthattsitthisniá(me…
 
In this episode, we’ve talked about clothes shopping and learned some useful adjectives and intensifiers. (These show notes use tables and rich formatting. Please visit the episode webpage for an optimal viewing experience.) SENTENCES AND VOCABULARY TAIWANESEENGLISHHit niá gû-á-khòo tsin hó-khuànn!That pair of jeans looks nice!hitthattsitthisniá(me…
 
In this episode, we’ve talked about the “neutral tones” in Taiwanese. (These show notes use tables and rich formatting. Please visit the episode webpage for an optimal viewing experience.) When we say “neutral tone”, it’s when words lose their original tones and become “shorter and lighter”, or “neutralized”. In Taiwanese, the neutral tone is calle…
 
In this episode, we’ve learned some useful phrases about catching a cold or the flu. Also, we introduced you to one of many usages of the word “tio̍h”. These show notes use tables and rich formatting. Please visit the episode webpage for an optimal viewing experience.) TAIWANESEENGLISHkhuànn i-singto see a doctorLí tsuè-kīn kám ū khah hó?Are you fe…
 
In this episode, we’ve learned how to say “Do you speak Taiwanese?” and some responses to this question. (These show notes use tables and rich formatting. Please visit the episode webpage for an optimal viewing experience.) SENTENCES AND VOCABULARY TAIWANESEENGLISHa-sa-puh-luhvulgar, indecent, messy, disorderly Culture note: the phrase comes from t…
 
In this episode, we’ve learned how to say “Do you speak Taiwanese?” and some responses to this question. (These show notes use tables and rich formatting. Please visit the episode webpage for an optimal viewing experience.) SENTENCES AND VOCABULARY TAIWANESEENGLISHa-sa-puh-luhvulgar, indecent, messy, disorderly Culture note: the phrase comes from t…
 
NOTE: This week we're off for the Thanksgiving holiday, so today's episode will be a re-broadcast of Ep02: Unaspirated & Voiceless from our Pronounce it Like a Pro podcast series. Don't worry, we'll have a brand new Newbie episode next week! In this episode, we learned 11 Taiwanese consonants and the important features about these sounds: voiced, v…
 
NOTE: This week we're off for the Thanksgiving holiday, so today's episode will be a re-broadcast of Ep02: Unaspirated & Voiceless from our Pronounce it Like a Pro podcast series. Don't worry, we'll have a brand new Newbie episode next week! In this episode, we learned 11 Taiwanese consonants and the important features about these sounds: voiced, v…
 
In this episode, we’ve learned some customs that some Taiwanese do when they stay in hotels, and how to construct sentences with “kā”. These show notes use tables and rich formatting. Please visit the episode webpage for an optimal viewing experience.) TAIWANESE ENGLISH Sī án-tsuánn beh mn̄g tse? Why do you ask? tuà pn̄g-tiàm to stay in a hotel pn̄…
 
In this episode, we’ve learned how to describe locations in Taiwanese and some commonly used location suffixes. (These show notes use tables and rich formatting. Please visit the episode webpage for an optimal viewing experience.) INDICATING THE LOCATION OF SOMETHING To indicate the location of something, you can use the sentence pattern below: som…
 
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