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Should Chinglish be encouraged or discouraged? [Copy link] 中文

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Chiglish or not, it is our choice. It is none of your business.

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Post time 2006-5-16 12:10:31 |Display all floors
Originally posted by rovi297 at 2006-5-16 08:13



It is not friggin, the proper one is freak, idiot. Bloody idiot. freak dimwit, don't try to use the damn Aussie accent here, no one enjoys it at all.


Ok, thx for GIVING me more accurate words! "the proper one is freak, idiot. Bloody idiot. freak dimwit"



"the damn Aussie accent"
Click here for the definition of accent

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Post time 2006-5-16 12:21:12 |Display all floors
Originally posted by rovi297 at 2006-5-16 08:20
Don't try to put your finger into our pie. Watch out! your finger will be severed mercilessly.

Don't try to meddle with Chinese affairs, especially education issue. You have no right to do so!



I'm beginning to think you're xenophobic

You're right, it isn't my place to meddle into affairs of China, I am however, an INVITED guest to China, to impart my obviously needed knowledge to people like you... if you are Chinese (!!!).

"Anything worth doing, is worth doing well"

English is not only "just another language". Today, it's a sign of education. It's a passport. You've misunderstood my post. If I am discouraging Chinglish, it doesn't mean I am against it. I just don't ENCOURAGE it. If you want Chinese to speak Chinglish rather than English, good for you.... might as well make them stick to Chinese!

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I reckon you are Chinglish-phobic.:lol:Q:@

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Post time 2006-5-16 15:18:53 |Display all floors
Originally posted by canadian45 at 5-16-2006 13:59
It would be nice if someone actually convincingly explained how 'China English' aka 'Chinglish' is different from flawed English and broken English.

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to me Chinglish isn't just flawed English, but also the way words are incorrectly pronounced.  i think this was divina's main point if i'm not mistaken....

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