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  • Tracy
    Tracy wrote:
    <p>Dear friends, I am Tracy, a staff in a “Chinese as foreign language” school. We have trained some new teachers in the past 2 months. Now they have mastered the basic skills to teach Chinese. But we still want them to practice more. So we need a volunteer. We hope you: 1: Totally beginner. (We can take a spoken test on the phone) 2: Enough time. At least one week. (We will consider two weeks or three weeks also). 3: Be honest. During this 1 week, please don’t ask for leave with any reasons. We wish you learn some Chinese also. We don’t need your money as deposit. But really hope you have enough time to finish your free lesson at least 1 week. If you are interested in our event, please feel free to contact me. Email:lypchren@capitalmandarin.com Tel: 65925672 We hope you: 1: Totally beginner. 2: Enough time. At least one week. (We will consider two weeks or three weeks also). 3: Be honest. During this 1 week, please don’t ask for leave with any reasons. We wish you learn some Chinese also. We don’t need your money as deposit. But really hope you have enough time to finish your free lesson at least 1 week. There is a small test for your Chinese: ni3 he1 ka1 fei1 ma0? ta1 ye3 chi1 qiao3 ke4 li4 ma0? ni3 shi4 na3 guo2 ren? jin1 tian1 shi4 ji3 yue4 ji3 hao4 xing1 qi1 ji3? ni3 mei3 tian1 ji3 dian3 shui4 jiao4? ni3 shen2 me0 shi2 hou0 you3 kongr4?</p> <p><a href="http://www.capitalmandarin.com">link text</a></p>
  • 随便叫兽
    随便叫兽 wrote:

    relevant pony +1

  • 叮噹叔叔 (令狐叮噹)

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    (continued) ... heehee ... Tracy ... my guess is, that's what ing is asking ... about what you wrote:

    There is a small test for your Chinese: ni3 he1 ka1 fei1 ma0? ta1 ye3 chi1 qiao3 ke4 li4 ma0? ni3 shi4 na3 guo2 ren? jin1 tian1 shi4 ji3 yue4 ji3 hao4 xing1 qi1 ji3? ni3 mei3 tian1 ji3 dian3 shui4 jiao4? ni3 shen2 me0 shi2 hou0 you3 kongr4?

  • High Priest
    High Priest wrote:

    I'm ready to start learning

  • Father Of Boring

    Oh boy I love these pinyin guessing games? Who can guess what this says:

    Bù zhīdào nǐmen de yíngxiāo cèhuà shì shuí dìng de, dànshì bù shǎo zhuānjiā míngquè zhǐchū wǔrǔ mùbiāo xiāofèi zhě de zhìshāng wèi jiào dà cuòwù, tóngxué. Wǒ guì xià qiú nǐ huíqù hǎohǎo bǎ nǐ lǎobǎn dǎ de hěn diǎn. Shèjiāo yíngxiāo gàn de zhème chàjìng suànshì dédào è míngyù zuì kuài de bànfǎ.

  • Silje Linnerud

    FOB, go back to sleep. You obviously suffering from a bad hangover.

  • Jay
    Jay wrote:

    @FOB ...its a no-brainer .....btw how have u been mate ? I haven't seen u around lately

  • Silje Linnerud

    Don't be too amazed. Caterina. There's a special function of MS word doc, which is marking pinyin (tones included) on Chinese characters. Easy stuff!

  • Father Of Boring

    @Cipherie - I aim to always be suffering from a bad hangover. This morning it's a translation hangover. WLIB, by the way, only tends to make hangovers worse. I'm a little into sadomasochism like that.

    @Jigga - Yeah, it's not hard for you, but I'm counting on a certain marketer for a much more oblivious reply than those of us on the 3-digit side of the IQ scale are capable of. If said sub-50%er can even piece it together.

    Been good, I've been a little more IRL than online lately. Nice to know I'm still remembered. How've you been?

    @Caterina - MS word has a feature, so does Google Translate, so do a lot of other tools. But obviously I typed them out in raw unicode, because I'm awesome. I didn't even study it, I just knew somehow.

  • 叮噹叔叔 (令狐叮噹)

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    (continued) ... I am sorry, Tracy, I do, but I also dont ... I have never been taught that way :)

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