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connfucius
  • All the more my cute dog is waiting me there.)))
  • The best part is that my cute dog is waiting for me there.

Jun 22, 2013 03:34 Public examinations are over)))
connfucius
  • It's time to relax, renew my nerves(although I heard that nerve cell can't renew) and to think about the universe:D.
  • or: It's time to relax, recharge my batteries, and think about the universe. :D

Jun 22, 2013 03:31 Public examinations are over)))
connfucius
  • Today I've passed the last test, so examinations came to an end.
  • or: Today I took my last test / exam, which officially means I'm done with my final examinations / my final exams / my finals.

Jun 22, 2013 03:29 Public examinations are over)))
connfucius
  • examinations are over)))
  • Exams are over / Done with my exams / Done with my finals

Jun 22, 2013 03:26 Public examinations are over)))
kqli06
The "Chinese" language consists of hundreds of different dialects, with Mandarin being the official one. Think of it like English, only backwards. You start off with a base language (for example, Latin), and let it branch out into man...

Jun 19, 2013 19:11 Public The chinese language))
臭豆腐
Ha! I know just what you mean, and I find the situation confusing, too. There are many different terms for "Chinese language" in both English and Chinese. "Mandarin" is a direct translation of 管話, or "the speech of the government off...

Jun 19, 2013 19:06 Public The chinese language))
Zyatria
it could be two things, depending on the context: (1) a left fielder in baseball or softball or (2) when someone takes a conversation completely off topic and most likely not even related to the original topic in the least.

Jun 18, 2013 16:15 Public Hi!
CheeseDanish
I have never heard someone say "Leftfielding" but I hear "Out in left field" alot. "out in left field" Definition: bizarre, unusual Synonyms: aberrant, abnormal, anomalous, beat*, bent*, bizarre, capricious, ch...

Jun 18, 2013 16:05 Public Hi!
臭豆腐
Both ways of saying it are grammatically correct. Both describe an event that happened in the past, the difference lies in how this event relates to the present. "I passed my Chinese exam" tells the reader about something that happen...

Jun 15, 2013 06:22 Public I passed my chinese exam.
蓝色精灵
  • today im taking my chinese exam.
  • today im I'm going to taking take my chinese exam.
  • What kind of your exam?How are you feeling now? If you have any question, you can sent it to me. I'm glad to help you.

Jun 15, 2013 00:38 Public today im taking my chinese ...

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