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Native speaker willing to check Chinese writing/translation for free

Postby Gile » 11 Apr 2012, 17:08

Hi all,
I'm a Taiwanese and interested in my own culture, including our language. I'm happy that I can find people who also have the interest to learn that, and it makes me think of during my way of learning English(and I'm still learning), I've always wanted to know directly from native speakers if what I say or write is correct.
So the same idea here, I'm willing to help people here to check no matter their own articles, translations or other things related to Chinese or Taiwanese. Anyone needs help is welcomed to mail or PM me.
I'm not sure if this would be viewed as another form of LE, but I considered that it's a Chinese-learning thing, and decided to post it here, hope you don't mind.
Thanks ! :bow:

P.S. it's for free :)

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Re: Native speaker willing to check Chinese writing/translation for free

Postby ironlady » 11 Apr 2012, 22:27

Hi Gile,
I hope it's okay -- I just edited your title to make it a little more obvious what you're talking about in your post. Otherwise it sounds like a discussion of Chinese learning methods, or something. :)
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Re: Native speaker willing to check Chinese writing/translation for free

Postby Gile » 11 Apr 2012, 23:19

OK I got it! Thank you! :)
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