David Jeji (季大卫)
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  • Ontario
  • Canada

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David Jeji (季大卫) replied to Matt Diehl's discussion Chinese Friends
"As Michael said, when you speak Chinese, aim for more complicated topics (or explain around them based on your level of vocabulary), so that your friends have more of an incentive to reply in their native tongue. Even if you cannot fully understand…"
Sep 10, 2015
David Jeji (季大卫) left a comment for Ernesto Sobrevilla
"Happy to be of assistance! Language learning is always joyful if one has allies....In other words, I am happy to be your friend! ---David."
Feb 26, 2015
David Jeji (季大卫) replied to Brandon's discussion New Members - How long will you study Chinese?
"My ultimate goal is to study Chinese for the rest of my life and to make it as decent as my English. This level of fluency requires that I be able to read most books/novels without problems, being able to discuss philosophy and abstract ideas with…"
Feb 24, 2015
David Jeji (季大卫) replied to Brandon's discussion New Members - What is a word that you have learned recently?
"我最近学“目标”的词!哈哈在这里,这个词很有用!"
Feb 24, 2015
David Jeji (季大卫) is now a member of Study More Chinese
Feb 23, 2015

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How good is your Chinese?
bú cuò
Short Bio - what's your story? What languages do you speak & why Chinese?
I started learning Mandarin Chinese almost three years ago. I started, because at the time, I had a friend from China who was shy when she spoke English. Thus, I started by teaching myself some phrases in order to help her feel more comfortable in Canada. Since then, I developed a passion for the language as I feel I can express a persona which I cannot in English. In short, I am drawn to the Chinese language for it's directness, literal humour,logic, and it's chengyu. I especially enjoy the written script, as it allows me to "build character" while I delicately practice the strokes. In short, Chinese has given me two of the greatest gifts that human existence can offer: a lifetime of intellectual stimulation and the hearts of a great people. Thus, I will stop at nothing to become fully literate. As the Chinese say: "Add Oil!"

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