To my dear readers,
Surprise!! This is the bonus chapter I owe Yuuko. I still owe her 1 more. I’ll double check another time.
This chapter is extremely explicit so please DO NOT read in public. Viewer discretion is advised.
P.S. Please read the contest details on chapter 221. The deadline is on June 22nd!! Don’t forget to click LIKE on the facebook fanpage!
https://www.facebook.com/theeunuchispregnant/ <– If there are 300 LIKES by June 22nd, that’s another 20 points! Each written review counts for 1 point (either on facebook or novelupdates).
100 points = 10 bonus chapters in July
Fan fic = 1 point
Artwork = 2 points
MV/anything media related = 3 points
Please note that your submissions may be revealed to the world. I am proud of you guys!!
By the way, I don’t have any more chapters. I need to edit the Chinese raws before I can translate more and that will take a long longggggggggg time.
P.S. My mom thinks the novel is a lot dirtier now that she has read my translations. I told her it’s the author’s writing but she just sucks at it (addictive plot though). She thinks I am the one adding all the sexual parts. -_- I’m not that creative, ok!?!
I have to write another 300 words for the bots to steal… I can’t think of anything else to say. Please support me by reading all my other translations and turning off adblock.
Note: I said I am not going to be taking any novel requests and on that same post, a reader asked me to translate something else. Omg…aaaiiiii. You guys should learn how to read Chinese instead.
你 = you
要 = need/want (depends on context)
学 = learn
中文 = Chinese
In Chinese, we don’t have the word “to”. So, it’s literally, “You need learn Chinese.”
You should know how to type 你 by now. You can type 要 by typing “yao”. 学 is “xue”. 中文 is “zhong wen”.
I can’t teach you guys the tones but make sure you get the tones correct if you are speaking. If your tone is off, you may be saying something entirely different.
Practice makes perfect. It will probably take you guys a few years if you are determined to learn. Don’t give up so easily. Chinese may seem really hard at first, but if you actually followed my lessons and everything I’ve taught you, you should already know 10-15 Chinese characters. If you learn a few characters a day, eventually, you’ll be able to read. Don’t underestimate the power of compounding effect.
By the way, the Chinese I’ve been teaching you guys is Simplified Chinese. Most of the world use Simplified and the raws are usually in Simplified, so it’s more useful for me to teach you this rather than Traditional Chinese.
In addition, the pinyin I’m teaching you is based on Mandarin pronunciation. It’s extremely useful because it allows you to type on the desktop/laptop/phone. If you’re from an older generation, you might find it easier to write out the words instead of typing. However, for our generation, pinyin should be a more effective method.
If you want to be privately taught by me and you’re in the Toronto area, you can hire me to be your tutor. I will create personalized lessons for you to fit your needs. I only teach what you can apply, so it’s much better than attending Chinese school. 😛
Okay, I’ll stop being shameless now. I’m going to link the chapter now. I wonder if the bots will steal. Usually, I post the link after an hour later. If the bots assumes this post is the chapter itself, they might not steal my link. Hmmmm. I’m always experimenting. As Thomas Edison says, he didn’t fail 1000 times. He found out 1000 methods that didn’t work.
Here you go Chapter 225