Why not Chinese??

Los Angeles, California
August 25, 2015 10:32pm CST
I think this place should provide a different language.
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6 responses
@owlwings (39259)
• Cambridge, England
26 Aug 15
MyLot is an American organisation run by a very small group of people. It doesn't have the facilities or the capability to manage the site in any other language than English. The site has always been an excellent place for those learning English to practice their writing and comprehension.
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@1wldngl (3991)
• United States
27 Aug 15
Yea,...that! LOL
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@EvianGan (60)
• Guangzhou, China
27 Aug 15
As for me,I'm Chinese and I enjoy practising English here.And I really want to make some friends here.While learning English language from them,I can also teach the Chinese Language to them.It's a great deal.
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@1wldngl (3991)
• United States
27 Aug 15
myLot is very clear about the site being English. If they were to do so, I'm sure it would take more programming and take money away from their users. Most foreign speakers see it as an opportunity to learn the English language.
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@abhaijith (2951)
• India
26 Aug 15
Mylot is a good way to Improve our English language... So may people I met here (Old Mylot friends) were here to improve their language. Enjoy Mylotting friend.:-)
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@SIMPLYD (79762)
• Philippines
26 Aug 15
I would be difficult if this site is in Chinese or would permit Chinese language to be used by those who knows that . There will be confusion and division .
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@cupkitties (7175)
• United States
26 Aug 15
No. We don't need any segregation here and that's exactly what will happen. Chinese speakers will go off into their little Chinese speaker groups, Spanish speakers will go off into their little Spanish speaking groups and etc and etc and so forth. Lets stick to one language that can be understood by and will include the majority of members in the discussion.
@1wldngl (3991)
• United States
27 Aug 15
Brilliant point!
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@owlwings (39259)
• Cambridge, England
27 Aug 15
Exactly! Having a site which is only in English may seem to be 'racial' but English happens to be a lingua franca (one among several) and everyone, from whatever country, is welcome here, especially those who wish to improve their English. I'm sure that there are sites in Chinese and Spanish, &c which welcome posts from those learning the language in the same way.
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