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龍年學中文! Do you want to learn Chinese? (Taiwan, Taipei, Hsinchu)

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龍年學中文! Do you want to learn Chinese? (Taiwan, Taipei, Hsinchu)

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Re: 龍年學中文! Do you want to learn Chinese? (Taiwan, Taipei, Hsinchu)

Postby ehophi » 25 May 2012, 13:33

What materials do you use?

I aced the Level 2 TOCFL, but I want to cram for six more months to prepare for the Level 4 TOCFL.
Study Chinese at your leisure.
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