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Sep 13, 2008 08:36
  • ALLANH
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Is there a free online site that can teach me (Australian Speaking) tourist Chinese Mandarin. I want to go to China again, but feel the need to speak in Chinese.
Thanks - Allan
Sep 28, 2008 22:31
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  • ADOLT
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what does '88' mean in china?

8 ,sound in Chinese “bar”, It’s the most like “bye” in the ten numbers, so you see?
As the same,3Q,means thank you.
5,means I

Another: “ORZ”(orz), means admire. why?
Haha. it’s a hieroglyph! Look, the “O”,would’t you think it just like a head? As the same, ”R”, is the 2 arms, & the “Z”, leg! The word just like a man kotow?

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Oct 9, 2008 23:03
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  • ONIONSARDINE
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“ORZ”(orz), means admire?
That's not true.
Oct 22, 2008 00:52
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88,886,3166 all mean byebye
Oct 22, 2008 11:51
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may I know the Chinese words for THANKS, GOOD MORNING and bEG YOUR BURDEN?
Oct 22, 2008 19:49
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To upstairs,

Thanks means "谢谢!" Xie 4 Xie
Good morning "早上好." Zao 3 Shang 4 Hao 3
Beg your burden? Do you mean "beg your pardon"? It means "请再说一遍(Qing 3 Zai 4 Shuo 1 Yi 2 Bian 2)".
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