Thursday, September 28, 2006

Oceangramming Popular in China?

你好吗?
受欢迎的访客从瓷.
我的名字是清液.
我是美国人.
我了解一点汉语.

Welcome to recent Chinese visitors!

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

你好

Sera said...

非常好.
你好嗎?

Xuan said...

我们都很好, 你的汉语也不错....加油!!!

Sera said...

不是.
是奇迹我了解所有!
请修订我写的汉语字.
谢谢你们!

agnes said...

你好
“请修订我写的汉语字” 这句话
按照中文的常见说法应该是:
“请修改我写的汉字”
这样比较符合中国人的语言习惯
:)

Sera said...

谢谢你!

我可不可以说: "非常谢谢你"

是正确的吗?

Anonymous said...

http://kds.pchome.net/topic_1_15_1099013__.html

Anonymous said...

when I go to the beach,I like to smear sand all over me after swimming, giving myself a nice exfoliating scrub, while becoming one with one of my favorite natural settings... Dallas Texas 9/18/06
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俺漏れも
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well isn't that just the most interesting thing...
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Happy smearing, or whatever is appropriate.
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~ good for you ~
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Привет! Hello! What is your name?I'm Diana.I'm russian.Do you speak russian?
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no I don't speak russian, but hi to you. And the smearing of sand as long as it comes off pretty fast I guess it would be ok
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Sounds a bit too gritty for my liking.
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哈!中国上海
2006.10.5 20:45
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I think it would be good for exfoliating your feet, but I wouldn't put it all over myself.
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I wouldn't call it smearing, but ocean water and sand have very ancient roots in healthcare. If you want smooth feet, just walk barefoot in the sand. Better than paying for a pedicure!
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哈 我也是上海的
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Anybody there in North Korea? Hope you folks are in a good mood.
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I'm not crazy about having wet sand over me...but the sand beaches beat the rocky beaches in the Mediterranean.
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Isn't that harsh for the skin?
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我也是中国上海的,看来上海的朋友很多,你们好吗?

I am from China,hope I can find the bottle again,ha:)
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That doesn't really sound too pleasant... Smearing sand? And are you still wet? So that would just make mud... That doesn't sound very calming...
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Hello Diana, yes I do. LSS
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If it's beautiful white sand like we have here it doesn't make mud, just wet sand. And it is great for exfoliating. Just like a spa treatment. -QC
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Smear on just don't include me. christal>uk.
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This is funny! There are two different conversations going on in this bottle. I bet you didn't know that. : ) Well, the Japanese person said (according to infoseek "As for the omission of me" which I'm assuming means "count me out" - just a guess).

The three Chinese responders are saying:
1. Ah! Shanghai, China
(time)
2. Ha, I'm also from Shanghai.
3. I'm also from Shanghai. It looks like there are many people from Shanghai. How are you all?
(The English was not a translation of his/her Chinese statement).

Anonymous said...

http://club.pchome.net/topic_1_15_1099013_1.html#13456594