O: wo chi dao le, duibuqi.
L: mei guanxi. wo xiang gen ni tantan
yige xiao wenti.
O: ni zenme le?
L: shi wo laogong. ta shi waiguoren.
ta weile gen wo goutong jiu kaishi
xue le zhongwen.
O: tai hao le!
L: bu xing, mei banfa. tade laoshi shi
daluren. ta yizhi gaosu wo laogong:
“zhongwen de fayin feichang
zhongyao. ni budebu xue hao
zhongwen de si sheng.
ma, ma, ma, ma.”
O: aya, hao mafan.
L: xianzai ne, ta jiu zhe yang gen wo
shuo hua: “qin ai de, wo men kuai
chi fan ba. wo e si le.” wo jiu gaosu
ta: “baobei, ni yao shuo kuai yidian.
fouze bu ziran, wo hui ting bu dong.
xiang zhe yang: qinaide, women kai
chi fan ba, wo e si le.”
O: dui a. zhe yang cai ziran de.
L: na wo gai zenme ban ne, aolifu?
O: ni keyi gei ta kankan wode
zhongwen kecheng. shenme si
sheng dou meiyou. shuo de hua
dou hen ziran.
L: na ni you wangzhan ma?
O: you a.
L: na ni yihou fa weixin gei wo ba,
O: hao de.
L: xing. na wo xian zou le. zai jian.
L: kai wanxiao de. zai jian.
O: zai jian.
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L: 现在呢， 他就这样跟我说话，
O: I’m late, sorry.
L: Doesn’t matter. I want to discuss a little problem with you.
O: What’s wrong with you?
L: It’s my husband. He’s a foreigner. In order to communicate with me, he started to learn Chinese.
L: No, it doesn’t work. His teacher is from mainland China. He always tells my husband, “The Chinese pronunciation is very important. You must learn well the Chinese four tones. Ma, ma, ma, ma.”
O: Oh no, what a hassle.
L: Now he speaks to me like this, “Dear-let’s-eat-soon. I-am-star-ving.” So I tell him, “Darling, you must speak more quickly, otherwise it’s not natural, and I won’t understand you. Like this, “Dear, let’s eat soon. I am starving.”
O: Exactly, that way it’s natural.
L: So what should I do, Oliver?
O: You could show him my Chinese course. No four tones.The language is all very natural.
L: Do you have a website?
L: Send me a WeChat message with the link later.
L: Great. I’m off again. Zai…jian…
L: Just kidding. Zai jian.
O: Bye bye.
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