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Q: I'm looking for a Chinese language buddie

I'm learning Chinese and I'd like a buddie to help me with it, speaking(especially), writing, grammar and formalities. I'm at Jiangsu university. I can help with English if you'd like. I wrote Cambridge exams and I have an EILTS/TOEFL certificate

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If you work in a univeristy it should be quite simple to find someone willing to be your language buddie without having to resort to posting online.

 

A simple notice on a notice board, either on campus or in a local coffee shop would elicit a local response.

 

This would be my first port of call in trying to find a local person to be a language partner.

 

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You have IELTS/TOEFL Certificate, do you??? ... and you wrote Cambridge exams, too? WOOW! 

 

Can you copy&paste one or two of your exams, please?

I want to see it. Just blank out your personal details.

 

 

 You might also stop lying ... That would work, too! 

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If you work in a univeristy it should be quite simple to find someone willing to be your language buddie without having to resort to posting online.

 

A simple notice on a notice board, either on campus or in a local coffee shop would elicit a local response.

 

This would be my first port of call in trying to find a local person to be a language partner.

 

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