User Comments - lemomoon
Posted on: Language Power StruggleJanuary 27, 2015, 09:56 AM
it is absolutely ok, because email address is English, isn't it? besides, almost every one who owns an email can basically recognize English words. for @, we also call it @, the same way as English do. sometimes it does can be changed into Chinese accent, like 爱特，or /eit/, fourth and nature tune.
Posted on: Long Time No See!January 27, 2015, 06:23 AM
I saw your question here and maybe I can heip. I am assuming that you might want to find someone to pratice your mandarin with, not just simply repeating the lessons to a screen. While, I want to say maybe I can heip with that.
I am a native Chinese speaker and what's more important, my major in university is Teaching Chinese as a Foreign Language, which means a major teahcing foreigners how to speak mandarin. I am a junior student now and I am quite good at my work(I am in the top 3 in class).
So, you can see, I need the experience to teaching man darin in pratice and maybe you need someone to practice Chinese with. If you can do me this favor or is there anything I can heip, please let me know.
Have a nice day!