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An increasing number of US families are turning to Chinese nannies, whose language skills may be one of the reasons that make them a better option. In New York, Chinese-speaking nannes are in such high demand that one Chinese woman even managed to secure a salary of $70,000-a-year. As far as you know, is there really a "Mandarin fever" in your country?


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We have plenty of Mandarins in Australia in fact we grow them as children love this fruit

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There was a while ago, a few years ago and many people began to learn the Chinese language. Still, Putonghua is still being taught at colleges and universities.

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There was a while ago, a few years ago and many people began to learn the Chinese language. Still, P ...

We learn Mandarin without being sick. No one has the fever. The pupils are not patients. the places where they learn the lingo are not hospitals but schools.

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dusty1 Post time: 2017-4-14 03:37
We have plenty of Mandarins in Australia in fact we grow them as children love this fruit

Mandarin orange. Very sweet and abundantly juicy.

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There was a while ago, a few years ago and many people began to learn the Chinese language. Still, P ...

How effective will mandrin classes be? I am curious to know why very few foreigners ever achieve an adequate level of Chinese even after years of living in the country. So how does this bode for an average language learner?

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ceciliazhang Post time: 2017-4-14 09:38
Mandarin orange. Very sweet and abundantly juicy.

It's yummy

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