Living in China

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phanie
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Living in China

Post by phanie » Tue Sep 08, 2015 7:05 am

I stay in china for 2 years, but communication is still a big problem. My Chinese friends tell me to attend some online mandarin course, For example: Hanbridge Mandarin school, Chinesehour, speakmandarin etc...Because I need systematicness Chinese mandarin study. So anyone have good recommendation? If you are Chinese, Please contact me, My email address: tulicksusan@yahoo.com

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Re: Living in China

Post by BrutallyFrank » Tue Sep 08, 2015 8:26 am

You may have noticed when you signed up that this is a Dutch grammar forum. I'm not going to be very strict about his in this particular case, but if somebody wants to help you: do it in private! This is not a english-chinese grammar forum ...

I'm going to shut this topic down now!
"Moenie worrie nie, alles sal reg kom" (maar hy het nie gesê wanneer nie!)

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