Picture this, if you are in a library, metro, or cinema and meet some people talking too loud, what will you say to stop them? “Please be quite” or “be quite, please” is a polite way. Of course some will use a more angrier way like “shut up” to stop them.
As other languages, Chinese can be divided into Chinese speaking, Chinese writing and reading as well. To learn Chinese language well, you need to sharpen your skills at all of these aspects. Today, I will tell you some ways to find language partners to chat with to improve your Chinese skills.
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