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German Tank Corps to explain FAT...???

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Fried Dog...simple...

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I think the fear of Chinglish lobby...

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Post time 2006-12-17 13:35:53 |Display all floors

I agree chairman......

If other country have accepted their own way of English, why can't we do the same here in China?

The eternal discussion in schools around China is, is better to get a British, US, Australian or Canadian...etc. tecaher?

I think that foreign teachers should learn chinglish first and let all that crap of "our English is more accurate than theirs" Bull*** in China we speak Chinglish, period!

If in the Philippines they pronounce 4 as "poor", why can't we have our own chinese-english.

After all we are paying for it, at what prices sometimes, right chairman? So let us choose what we want.

CHINGLISH IS ALSO ENGLISH!

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Post time 2006-12-17 15:32:27 |Display all floors

Fish and chips

Originally posted by longzhou at 2006-12-17 13:35
The eternal discussion in schools around China is, is better to get a British, US, Australian or  ...



In New Zealand, that would be "fish and chops".

Anyway, usage makes legal. "Give us an example", I hear you ask. Afro-American English.

Now here's a teaser, where do you think this bit of Australianism comes from: "Fair dinkum?"

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