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I honestly don't see how that's possible. How can someone forget the alphabet? Also, theclips, stop spamming your crap. If you're going to start putting comments at the top of every FML page; I'm going to also put comments at the top of the page telling everyone that the site you're linking to is BS.

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Then again the OP could've easily clapped at the end and congratulated the kids on their wonderful work. She/he was testing the kids, after all. ;) Learn to improvise.

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So DJ, or should I say fuck-tard, as you like to throw around, what about the original post implies that the poster is Chinese? Not everyone IN China is necessarily FROM China. The poster could very well be (and most likely is) a native english speaker who is currently in China. Chillax buddy.

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also, dj, aka fuck-tard, it makes no difference wether or not the op's first language is english or chinese. if they are teaching english to others, they should at least know the alphabet! honestly some people can be so ignorant.

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i also wanna point out that the Chinese language doens't have an alphabet... they just have characters, which are like letters, that together form meaningful words/sentences. i suppose you could try reciting all 3000+ characters. but not even native chinese people could do that.

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And may I also point out that "Chinese" isn't a language, but rather that most people in China speak Mandarin or a local dialect such as Hokkien or Cantonese. And as mentioned before, the Chinese languages do not have letters but characters and no alphabet.

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you're an idiot...i'm not even gonna bother trying to explain to you why that person is most likely - no, almost definitely - from an english speaking country, not china. and stop using such ridiculously foul and unintelligent sounding words such as fuck-tard....because when YOU're the one thats wrong...they just make you sound even dumber =]

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Actually, for most mandarin speakers, we do have a form of alphabet called the Han Yu Pin Yin. Basically it's to help other people pronounce our language. so yes, we do have a so called "alphabet"

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actually, Dj is kind of right, go search up Han Yu Pin Yin. It's basically a pronounication guide for foreigners but it can be considered an alphabet.

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#129 Not necessarily. We don't have an alphabet in the traditional sense. We use characters, yes, but each word also has a pronunciation. When anyone, including a native Chinese speaker, learns characters, we commonly learn the written pronunciation as well. The letters are sort of like the English alphabet, except in a different order, plus there are some extra sounds that are in the alphabet that are are pretty much two letters together. The alphabet starts like this. a o e i u ü b p m f d t n l, and then it continues. There are actually well over 10,000 characters too, and most native Chinese people know about 4,000-6,000. Pin Yin is sometimes confusing.

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138, it's not actually a pronunciation guide. It's not just for foreigners either. Native Chinese speakers learn it too. It really is a sort of alphabet.

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Amazing how after countless comments trying to get dumbasses like you to be able to distinguish the definitions of 'your' and 'you're', people still manage to screw it up.. yay for American Idiots. :D /random Green Day reference. Hahh. Gotta love hyprocritical dumbasses, eh? Anyways. OP; it's people like you who put legitimate mentally retarded people to shame. I honestly hope this is fake... I really do. If not, OP, get out of China--NOW. I can't stand the thought of someone like you reproducing, and we all know how those Chinese are...

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