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My Chinese/English for your French

Hi everyone,


I'm looking for a language partner in Lausanne, who would like to practice together weekly.


I come from China and have lived in English speaking country for seven years. I could offer to improve your Chinese or English. In the mean time, I'd expect you to be a local French speaker.


Let me you if you are interested.


Bests,


Jenny

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Hi everyone,


I'm looking for a language partner in Lausanne, who would like to practice together weekly.


I come from China and have lived in English speaking country for seven years. I could offer to improve your Chinese or English. In the mean time, I'd expect you to be a local French speaker.


Let me you if you are interested.


Bests,


Jenny


Jenny wJan 24, 2019 @ 19:57
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Hey Jenny.


I'm looking to start learning Chinese, Madarin or Cantonese, and woud be glad to exchange it some sort of an informal/formal setting weekly. 


Let me know if you're interested. 


Have a great day. 


Best regards,


Sam

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Hey Jenny.


I'm looking to start learning Chinese, Madarin or Cantonese, and woud be glad to exchange it some sort of an informal/formal setting weekly. 


Let me know if you're interested. 


Have a great day. 


Best regards,


Sam


Samuel E, Jan 24, 2019 @ 22:03
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Hi Samuel,


Thanks for your reply.


May I ask what is your Chinese level now? I think it makes more sense to practice when we can communicate.


Bests,


Jenny

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Hi Samuel,


Thanks for your reply.


May I ask what is your Chinese level now? I think it makes more sense to practice when we can communicate.


Bests,


Jenny


Jenny w, Jan 25, 2019 @ 18:52
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Hi everyone,

I'm looking for a language partner in Lausanne, who would like to practice together weekly.

I come from China and have lived in English speaking country for seven years. I could offer to improve your Chinese or English. In the mean time, I'd expect you to be a local French speaker.

Let me you if you are interested.

Bests,

Jenny


Jan 24, 19 19:57

Could anyone tell me if  “Bests” is a new salutation, please?


Because I didn’t know that this English adjective could be written in the plural.


Thanks for any enlightenment.


R.

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Could anyone tell me if  “Bests” is a new salutation, please?


Because I didn’t know that this English adjective could be written in the plural.


Thanks for any enlightenment.


R.


Ritchie, Jan 25, 2019 @ 19:51
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Got this from another forum:


 


"Bests" is a relic from when e-mail and text messaging was shiny and new. "Bests" meant "Best regards and best wishes" in one. This affectation was pretty popular for a while. It went out of fashion maybe 10 or 15 years ago.

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Got this from another forum:


 


"Bests" is a relic from when e-mail and text messaging was shiny and new. "Bests" meant "Best regards and best wishes" in one. This affectation was pretty popular for a while. It went out of fashion maybe 10 or 15 years ago.


Casuistik, Jan 25, 2019 @ 19:56
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Hi Jenny. 


Sure, that's definitely true. 


I'm definitly not at a conversational level, and really just beginning. 


 

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Hi Jenny. 


Sure, that's definitely true. 


I'm definitly not at a conversational level, and really just beginning. 


 


Samuel E, Jan 25, 2019 @ 20:48
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Got this from another forum:

 

"Bests" is a relic from when e-mail and text messaging was shiny and new. "Bests" meant "Best regards and best wishes" in one. This affectation was pretty popular for a while. It went out of fashion maybe 10 or 15 years ago.


Jan 25, 19 19:56

Many thanks, Casuistik, for explaining that “bests” is an outdated term that was never really “in”  anyway.


R.


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Many thanks, Casuistik, for explaining that “bests” is an outdated term that was never really “in”  anyway.


R.



Ritchie, Jan 25, 2019 @ 23:05
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Thanks for pointing it out Ritchie.

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Thanks for pointing it out Ritchie.


Jenny w, Jan 26, 2019 @ 10:09
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Thanks for pointing it out Ritchie.


Jan 26, 19 10:09

You’re very welcome.


Hope you have a good weekend.


R.

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You’re very welcome.


Hope you have a good weekend.


R.


Ritchie, Jan 26, 2019 @ 10:17
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Hi Jenny,


How are you?


Would be happy to practice chinese and french with you.


here is my wechat BJG_Santiago.


Cheers,


Santiago

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Hi Jenny,


How are you?


Would be happy to practice chinese and french with you.


here is my wechat BJG_Santiago.


Cheers,


Santiago


Santiago Filomeno, Feb 7, 2019 @ 16:30
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