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Have you ever used any of these phrases? Which one was it? Please let us know in the comment section below:
P.S.; If you find yourself running late, be sure to use one of the helpful phrases that can be found in this lesson:
Thank you for your comment, that is also a good way to say sorry.
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Hello Jerry White, MaggieCo,
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That is so important!! Thank you very much!! I always try to ask my Chinese friends how I can use different expressions for different occasions but they don't get what I mean. I am saved hahaha
Wow...for me, 15 new ways to say sorry . I only know duì bu qǐ. Xiè xie.
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You want know more about how to learn "了", "的", "吗", right?
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good phrases to know! I wish I had a couple last week when I got some of the chinese kids i’m Working with confused! (And then made it worse attempting to form my own sentences by looking things up in Pleco..certainly learned my lesson on THAT! ? Luckily they’re VERY understanding and think it’s hilarious when I do things like that! (Although Liang is still trying to understand how I got “happy birthday” into my sentences telling her how I thought she’s a selfless and hard worker...I have NO idea what I did! ?)
Quick, slightly off-topic question-i’m an “older” student and it’s been MANY years since I studied or learned any grammar. When learning some of the Chinese words like le, de and even the negation or “question” words like ma-i’m Coming across a lot of grammaticatical terms I don’t quite understand. Can you suggest a reference, study sheet-something I can use to see exactly what they mean by these things?