I know you were doing email long before I signed up for the yahoo, but could anyone really have imagined what the Internet would have become when AOL invented it in 1993? I mean... just look at this beautiful scarf I bought to celebrate our Easter gift-giving tradition. It might seem like an ordinary piece of clothing at first, but if you look carefully you'll see it's hand-made. And I had to get it shipped in overnight from a store that specializes in one-of-a-kind pieces, so don't get it wet.

Learning Chinese? Today we celebrate Easter by combining the power of coverbs with the fun of collocations. The result is a set of powerful and fun ways to talk about your feelings towards people and objects. And there's no need for thanks. Just consider it a Merry Easter present from all of us at Popup Towers to you. Seriously though, be careful about getting this one wet, since it's more of an indoor scarf than all-weather gear.
 said on
March 15, 2013
Can you say "ni3 dui4 shemme you3 guo4ming2"? or is the you3 wrong?
 said on
March 15, 2013
fh071,

Guo4min2 is a verb, so dui4 shen2me5 guo4min2 is all you need.
 said on
March 15, 2013
@fho71 & orbital,

"Guo4min3" :)

--Echo

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