Ni Hao, wo jiao Keith

Springbok

Springbok

Ni hao, wo Jiao Keith. Wo shi Yingorren. I intend to visit Gauangzhou (Cong Hua) in December this year (2010). My wife and I have purchased a retirement apartment there. When I began this course - way back in August of 2009, I didnt know a word of Chinese. Except for our children, none of her family understands English. I am really struggling with the language and it'll take quite some time before I become even remotely proficient. Anyone who has any tips on learning Chinese is most welcome to contact me. I have visited China a few times and have fallen head over heels in love with the country, it's people and its culture. :lol: Good luck to all on this course - and many thanks to Dave and Lin - they're so patient - I keep on switching them on and off, yet they never waver.
Lin-Ping

Lin-Ping

Ni hao, wo shi Lin. I am so happy that you like my country and people there that much. Good luck with your Chinese learning and your trip there! Will be looking forward to hearing about your experience there!
Keyatta--8

Keyatta--8

Ni hao , Wo jiao Keyatta. Jiandao ni wo hen gaoxing Keith: Jiandao ni wo hen gaoxing Lin.
Lin-Ping

Lin-Ping

I hope Keith is still studying as hard as usual... say Hi to Keyatta 8 too. I am NEW Lin. Jiandao nimen wo hen gaoxing. Keep on the good works everyone, happy learning.

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