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Learn Mandarin Chinese, how to say: It is not fun at all, she got a speeding ticket tonight. Grammar 一点都不 yi dian dou bu structure, idiom story and usage 一毛不拔 yi mao bu ba, lame excuses for parking ticket appeal, Chinese traffic violation terms / types of tickets with pinyin, English translation, and Fun Some Nights Lyrics

Learn Mandarin Chinese, how to say: It is not fun at all, she got a speeding ticket tonight. 她今晚因超速被开了一张罚单,真是一点都不好玩。 tā jīn wǎn yīn chāo sù bèi kāi le yī zhāng fádān , zhēn shì yī diǎn dōu bù hǎowán . … Continue reading

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Grammar compound directional complements – the usages of 起来 qilai – Learn Mandarin Chinese – How to say – You seem very tired and preoccupied today. Are you okay? Green Day 21 guns lyrics

“He who runs behind truck is exhausted, he who runs in front of truck is tired.” Running is exhausting and tiring, isn’t it? I am very tired today after hours of workout, so, I think I will write a post … Continue reading

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