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Very good article. May I have the email of the writer to discuss Guangzhou yum cha culture?
July 23, 2019 at 11:42 am
I had Dengue fever in Costa Rica afew years ago. It is the worst I have ever felt in my life. It is NOT curable.
April 18, 2019 at 18:14 pm
A few mistakes! In my opinion, you should hold yourselves to a higher standard of quality if you wish to publish 'teaching' materials. Lack of consistency in educational material was one of the hardest aspects of learning Mandarin for me personally.
-气质 the zhi is the fourth tone
-微信 the wei is the first tone
-在那 the na should be the fourth tone. The third tone na (哪）works in the sentence also, but it doesn't match the chinese character written.
我想吻你- this sounds exactly like 我想闻你 (I want to smell you)! weird! probably don't want to teach people to say this, instead just say 我想亲吻你
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