This is her famous Chinese Egg Rolls recipe! I promise you they will taste just as good fried after frozen and you will never taste better egg rolls than these. Your egg roll filling ingredients must be drained of excess moisture and cooled before rolling.
Which is harder to learn, Chinese or Japanese? Well, the latest time finally inspired me to make this graphic.
Both have insane writing systems and lots of cultural background to learn, so those basically cancel each other out. Any language requires lots of vocabulary memorization. Japanese has loads of loanwords from English, but really learning to use the loanwords like a native speaker instead of a crutch is not so easy to do, so I left that factor out as well.
For me, the major points of comparison come down to just pronunciation and grammar. Japanese pronunciation is quite easy at first. The absolute beginner can memorize a few sentences, try to use them 20 minutes later, and be understood.
The real difficulty with Japanese is in trying to sound like a native speaker. Getting pitch accent and sentence intonation to a native-like level is no easy task and I have not done it yet! Chinese pronunciation, is, of course, maddeningly difficult from the get-go. It can be so hard to make yourself understood when your sentence is only three syllables long.
If you keep at it, though, things get waaayyy easier. Chinese grammar starts out fairly simple for English speakers. Japanese grammar starts out seeming like some bizarre alien code.
However, through hard work and determination, the persistent can eventually crack it. But it sure is rough at first. Just to be clear, this is all based on my personal experiences as a very acquisition-conscious language learner, not on scientific research.
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