I need a partner to pratise oral english~~and I can teach chinese

@LeeBei (56)
China
April 1, 2007 8:44pm CST
I need a partner to pratise oral english and listenning.And i can teach chinese. msn:magiclee0624@30gigs.com
6 responses
• Philippines
2 Apr 07
I can teach english and also interested to learn chinese language. I'm from the Philippines. Where are you from?
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@LeeBei (56)
• China
2 Apr 07
I'm in China~~
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@LeeBei (56)
• China
2 Apr 07
wow~~I can teach mandarin.I'm in China
• China
2 Apr 07
Nice to meet you all.i am a chinese and want to practise my poor english also.so,i am glad to have a such web site. Fright for my future!!
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@LeeBei (56)
• China
2 Apr 07
We can do well,yeah?~~
@briennekb (613)
• United States
2 Apr 07
I live in the US so I can help you with English. As a matter of fact, English is my best subject! (Forget that Math stuff!) I have never really thought about learning the Chinese language before but I will help you if you help me! I don't know how to read or write or even speak Chinese or Mandarin so I would be very far behind you. But I think it would be fun if you want to teach each other! Send my a message on MyLot if interested.
@LeeBei (56)
• China
3 Apr 07
Thank you for your reply. I'm also glad to make friend with you,and I appreciate your kindness.Now I'm feeling intense for my listenning and oral English.God bless me~~
• China
2 Apr 07
I am also a chinese here,i want a partner to practise my oral English also,but posting in mylot family is also a good way that can improve your English,just staying here,and you will soon find that the member of mylot family is all kind hearted and will make their best to help you. OK,welcome to mylot.YOURS,Greensun.
@LeeBei (56)
• China
2 Apr 07
Yeah,it's a good way in mylot for reading and writing.But I want to improve my listenning and oral English~~I want to be a interpreter~~
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• China
4 Apr 07
if you don't understand,don't hesitate to ask.some chinese seem to feel that it is not impolite to ask questions even when they don't quite understand.however,it is much better to say that you don't understand than to pretend you understand and answer very vaguely.when you don't understnad or haven't caught what was said,you may ask by saying any of the following. "i beg your pardon." "i am not clear on what you said." "i am afraid i don't understand you,would you mind saying it again." "i sorry i don't follow you." "could you repeat that?" "i didn't get it." you will improve your understanding and the speaker will be happy to make his point again.
• China
3 Apr 07
Hi, Still I am a Chinese student.Now I am major in Electronic Science and TEchnology in Tongji University,Shanghai,China. I have passed the College English Test band 6, But still I'll become so nervous when I speak in English that I have no bravery to speak it out aloud. I want to improve it indeed,hope to get some help...