If you want to argue that you see it more often there than here, well let me tell you something. Try dragging an image to the search box. So many foreign students end up speaking Chinese with their unique and funny accent, which may cause some to giggle about. Good luck with your interview!!! I remember I uploaded an audio clip of myself speaking English and asked for advice in a forum, then I got comments which were quite generous. In my experience and I know a lot of us here in the sinoblogosphere have talked about this , many, many Chinese find it very funny to see foreigners speaking Chinese, especially when they speak it well. Everywhere you look there are Asians, and more often than not they are laughing, especially the girls.
What your laugh reveals about your personality
It shows me those who are weak minded and not confident, those who always skirt around problems rather than confronting them, those that do not have the courage to dare because they are difficult. Those giggle may not despise you, they are just playful people who tend to laugh at even the smallest things. For basics, when you're using Mandarin, never, never think in Swedish or English first then Mandarin second. I bet Japanese folks don't giggle as much today when they hear a Westerner speaking Japanese. This is best delivered in a matter-of-fact manner with a smile. Second, you must push yourself beyond your comfort zone to as much as you can handle. February 28, at 9:
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Jonna Hahaha, I guess I really piqued her passion on this topic, somehow. I bet Japanese folks don't giggle as much today when they hear a Westerner speaking Japanese. This is probably another instance of the East vs. No clown noise, no horrible grammar, no, no no Suppose 1 in people in the entire population of America M and China M do these kind of unacceptable social behavior. I grew up where they say that giggling in public and laughing out loud are not ladylike and rude. If you don't use all your downloads, they simply roll over to the next month for as long as your pack is active or renewed.
He says it has brought a new level of sophistication to his Chinese. When it comes to accent in speaking English, all non-native speakers, especially Asian, tend to have strong Asian accent which certainly does not sound pleasant to native speakers. I suppose it's probably because Chinese is a syllabic language like you mentioned. Try now and get 10 free images. I haven't noticed that at all.