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J'aime les Français! I love French! 我爱法语!

BTW: In exchange, i can teach you Chinese :)


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comment How does the French T relate to D (from a Chinese perspective)?
"Right now, out of the blue, I fail to see examples of pronouncing T as DT or P as B. " This sentence is very useful. :-D Thanks for your answer.
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comment How does the French T relate to D (from a Chinese perspective)?
Thanks for your phonetics info. @_@
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comment How does the French T relate to D (from a Chinese perspective)?
Thanks a lot :) Finally get it
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comment How does the French T relate to D (from a Chinese perspective)?
Yep,when we Chinese read pinyin T, we don't use our vocal folds. Thanks for your answer. Learned a lot from it. Your answer is more deep than what I asked. I just want to know the sound of the french letter, you even answered my next future question---the french t sound and d sound. :-P
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comment How does the French T relate to D (from a Chinese perspective)?
Thanks a lot, what I wrote first mabye seems very Chinese English :-P
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