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The comment: Why do these guys do this? OK, that was another question but here comes the comment. I suspect they only do it for foreigners. OK, the difference of Y30-40 is only about $NZ8 but it is the principle. He had decided I was an easy ‘mark’ (he was right) and he’d give it a shot. I now don’t want to buy from there again. Ok, perhaps I will but I’ll be more ...
... of other students and expats living here in Tianjin. To me, the best part is the fact that just about everybody who attended there had some kind of accent! There were people from the UK, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Zimbabwe, Southern Sudan, Korea, Columbia, Mexico, Canada, and a bunch of other countries that I can't remember right now. A lot of people, like me, were attending for the first time and we all took turns introducing ourselves and saying why we came ...
... and the dictionary meaning comes up. You can do this for all characters in the document.
And trainchinese dictionary, it has phrases for the words you look up. Pleco only has meaning, not usage.
The two of these tools on ipad and I have been able to learn to read most of week one's notes in a couple of days. Something that simply would not be possible without these two apps.
Back to study (jia you) literally "add oil"
... Grand_Cana l_(China)
That article is peppered with comments like "In 12 BC, to solve the problem of the Grand Canal having to use 100 miles (160 km) of the perilous course of the Yellow River in Northern Jiangsu, a man named Li Hualong opened the Jia Canal." Think about that for a moment … A guy is heading off to work in the morning. His wife asks “What are you ...
... with English phrases on them.
Everywhere I go, people are always
staring at me, especially when I go to huge shopping places like Binjian Dao.
Seeing foreigners China is still a rare thing, but especially black people, so
most Chinese people don’t really seem to know what to make of us. The looks I
get from toddlers, however, are the best! Their facial expressions always seem
to be a cross between fear, excitement, and confusion all at the same ...