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Please speak slowly Newbie

Please speak slowly
Jenny,  Ken
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Newbie
food, communications, language
making requests
descriptive complements

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    As mentioned previously, uttering “xiexie” and “nihao” seem to automatically put you in the bracket of “fluent”, meaning they’re going to speak to you in a normal (read: fast) speed. So learning how to tell someone in Mandarin Chinese to “slow it down a bit” in this podcast just might save you from having to admit that you’re actually not quite that fluent yet.

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