Click on the speaker icon of each sentence and listen to the recording. Each sentence follows this pattern : Pinyin (that's Chinese written in Latin characters), Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese and the English translation of the sentence.
Wǒ shì Zhōngguó rén, shì cóng Shànghǎi lái de.
I am a Chinese and I came from Shanghai.
Wǒ huì shuō Zhōngwén, yě huì shuō Yīngyǔ hé Eyǔ.
I can speak Chinese. I also speak English and Russian.
Yīngyǔ bú tài nán, Eyǔ bǐjiào nán.
English is not too difficult. Russian is very difficult.
'hé' means 'and'. Pay attention: 'hé' in Chinese joins two noun phrases only. It is not like English 'and' which can join two sentences.
'tài' means 'too'. 'bú tài nán' means 'not too difficult'.