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The faked Chinese monks and nuns showing up The Manhattan Times Square.     [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2014-7-9 00:03:27 |Display all floors
MisterPanda Post time: 2014-7-8 11:08
It is correct but no need for past tense. Also no need for "the" before "fake".

Proper title woul ...

Thank you ,learn a lot ,really ,and I just thought faked is also an adj. so I use it ,and as the showing up I thought this is a thing as a title ,take showing up like a noun.

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Post time 2014-7-9 00:03:59 |Display all floors
messi30 Post time: 2014-7-8 11:26
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That is so sad that you are baned to visit.

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Post time 2014-7-9 00:04:48 |Display all floors
robert237 Post time: 2014-7-8 11:44
They were heard to sing this famous song...

If I can fake it there, I'll fake it anywhere

Wow. lightened me.

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Post time 2014-7-9 00:05:45 |Display all floors
lychee527 Post time: 2014-7-8 16:00
I am wondering how they went to USA...

That could be their secrets,

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Post time 2014-7-9 00:06:02 |Display all floors
Cdogg Post time: 2014-7-8 16:34
Maybe they already live there and just put on costumes???

Could be.

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Post time 2014-7-9 00:07:08 |Display all floors
Little_Bear Post time: 2014-7-8 17:13
Chinese are notorious  for cheat

Like Amercians are notorious for killing and bullying .can't say that ~

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Post time 2014-7-9 00:07:43 |Display all floors
correction Post time: 2014-7-8 17:23
The monks in this pic look like they're from Thailand or other south sea asia countries, not china

there are like Chinese ,maybe Chinese Amercian~

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