Jenie specializes in teaching Chinese for daily use, for business, and to prepare for taking the HSK test. She is skilled at helping students understand Chinese grammar, how to practice, and how to remember what they study effectively. She has lived abroad and has taught professionals from major multinational corporations. Well qualified, she graduated from a college that focuses on foreign language teaching and continues to participate in professional development programs for teaching Chinese.
How to Use “胖(pàng)” and “肥(féi)”
Teacher : Jenie Cao
胖is often used to describe a person. It is a neutral word and doesn’t have a negative sense.
But when 肥is used to describe a person, it's offensive, and it means “very fat”, so it’s normally used in 减肥，meaning, “lose weight”.