Evil Language

Mandarin Chinese reminds me of my ex-boyfriend. I mean, it’s so complicated and confusing, there are a few rules but no one really understands why it does those things it does. Sometimes westerners are attracted to Mandarin, but after struggling with it for a while, they give up in disgust. And yet, I’m sickly fascinated by it’s logical beauty, and I stay up late at night, thinking about it.

Man, I hope this works out better for me than he did…

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0 Responses to Evil Language

  1. Anonymous says:

    You know, I was going to post and ask, ‘Which one are you referring to?’, but I re-read that and it was so glaringly obvious, I smacked myself. *laughs*


  2. Stick says:

    The key to understanding the language is to stick with it. Don’t try to learn any other languages that may come along. If you do, however, you may really like the new language.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Is it okay to learn a few languages at the same time. You know a few words here and there. Maybe on or two key languages? It’s good to be able to be social right?!

  4. Meg says:

    maybe I’ll just learn focus on my favorite parts of the other languages… and pick up a few key phrases…

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