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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    Fluently?!
    Fluent : English, Punjabi, Urdu and Hindi, the rest not so much.
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    (Original post by zed963)
    I need to learn, russian, mandarin, Spanish, German, Portugese, Latin.
    I know:
    a bit of Russian
    fluent in Mandarin
    quite a fair bit of Spanish
    a bit of German
    quite a fair bit of Latin

    ^_^

    I'd learn Latin first if you can.
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    (Original post by zed963)
    Fluent : English, Punjabi, Urdu and Hindi, the rest not so much.
    Fair enough.

    (Original post by Bude8)
    I know:
    a bit of Russian
    fluent in Mandarin
    quite a fair bit of Spanish
    a bit of German
    quite a fair bit of Latin

    ^_^

    I'd learn Latin first if you can.
    Mabdarin! Finally!

    Everyone else speaks Cantonese...
    I might PM you trying to learn it. In Spanish too, Russian is minimal can read it.
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    Fair enough.



    Mabdarin! Finally!

    Everyone else speaks Cantonese...
    I might PM you trying to learn it. In Spanish too, Russian is minimal can read it.
    I can speak fluently but I can barely read or write, but because I speak it I can get the pinyin right 90% of the time if you want to type it..
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    (Original post by Bude8)
    I can speak fluently but I can barely read or write, but because I speak it I can get the pinyin right 90% of the time if you want to type it..
    Ooh, okay

    我要说中文with你
    I want to speak Chinese with you!
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    (Original post by Bude8)
    I can speak fluently but I can barely read or write, but because I speak it I can get the pinyin right 90% of the time if you want to type it..
    i am can read, listen , speak and write fluently
    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    Ooh, okay

    我要说中文with你
    I want to speak Chinese with you!
    you should say 我要和你说中文
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    (Original post by JackTeh96)
    i am can read, listen , speak and write fluently


    you should say 我要和你说中文
    What's 和? Translate as well into English after or you'll get "cards"
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    What's 和? Translate as well into English after or you'll get "cards"
    Apparently someone got one for saying Bonjour (hello) and not translating it. :facepalm:

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    What's 和? Translate as well into English after or you'll get "cards"
    in this case, it means 'with' . Speak Chinese with you
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    (Original post by Obiejess)
    Apparently someone got one for saying Bonjour (hello) and not translating it. :facepalm:

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    Technically it's good day

    (Original post by JackTeh96)
    in this case, it means 'with' . Speak Chinese with you
    Oh yeah thanks
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    Technically it's good day



    Oh yeah thanks
    :sigh:

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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    Ooh, okay

    我要说中文with你
    I want to speak Chinese with you!
    要 is sort of demanding, if you know what I mean. I don't really use it in that sense... Maybe it's just me
    I use 想, it's sort of "would like to"

    Can you do this question?

    The expansion of (a+x)^n where n\in\mathbb{N} has the form:

    a^n + ... + \alpha x^r + \beta x^{r+1} + \gamma x^{r+2} + ... + x^n

    a. Show that the ratio of \frac{\alpha}{\beta} is \frac{r+1}{n-r} a

    b. If a=1 show that the expansion will contain two consecutive terms with the same coefficient as long as n is odd.

    c. Using the result of part a. deduce and expression for \frac{\beta}{\gamma}

    d. Prove that there are no values for a such that in the expansion of (a+x)^n, n\in\mathbb{N}, three consecutive terms have the same coefficient.
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    (Original post by Bude8)
    要 is sort of demanding, if you know what I mean. I don't really use it in that sense... Maybe it's just me
    I use 想, it's sort of "would like to"

    Can you do this question?

    The expansion of (a+x)^n where n\in\mathbb{N} has the form:

    a^n + ... + \alpha x^r + \beta x^{r+1} + \gamma x^{r+2} + ... + x^n

    a. Show that the ratio of \frac{\alpha}{\beta} is \frac{r+1}{n-r} a

    b. If a=1 show that the expansion will contain two consecutive terms with the same coefficient as long as n is odd.

    c. Using the result of part a. deduce and expression for \frac{\beta}{\gamma}

    d. Prove that there are no values for a such that in the expansion of (a+x)^n, n\in\mathbb{N}, three consecutive terms have the same coefficient.
    What's the pronunciation?

    Oh hell no, I've taken too much time away from maths can't do proofs and deductions.
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    What's the pronunciation?

    Oh hell no, I've taken too much time away from maths can't do proofs and deductions.
    T_T

    The pinyin is xiang

    You should probably go on Google translate and ask them to read it out for you... I can't write the pronunciation down :rofl:
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    (Original post by Bude8)
    T_T

    The pinyin is xiang

    You should probably go on Google translate and ask them to read it out for you... I can't write the pronunciation down :rofl:
    I meant the pin yin with tones that's fine.

    想 oh, I dont know that one to like
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    I meant the pin yin with tones that's fine.

    想 oh, I dont know that one to like
    it also means think, but you can say 我想... to say "I'd like (to)..."
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    (Original post by Bude8)
    it also means think, but you can say 我想... to say "I'd like (to)..."
    Oh I see...

    认为 = to think
    As well right?
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    Oh I see...

    认为 = to think
    As well right?
    renwei? I've never seen that before so I don't actually know ask Jack

    Can you do this question?

    Abigail, Bahar, Chris, Dasha, Eustace and Franz are sitting next to each other in 6 seats in a cinema. Bahar and Eustace cannot sit next to each other. In how many different ways can they permute themselves?
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    renwei? I've never seen that before so I don't actually know ask Jack

    Can you do this question?

    Abigail, Bahar, Chris, Dasha, Eustace and Franz are sitting next to each other in 6 seats in a cinema. Bahar and Eustace cannot sit next to each other. In how many different ways can they permute themselves?
    Okay :O

    ABCDEF
    ABCDFE
    ABCEDF
    ABCEFD
    ABCFDE
    ABCFED
    ABDCEF
    ABDECF
    ABDEFC

    Too many, there's a general form somewhere.
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    Okay :O

    ABCDEF
    ABCDFE
    ABCEDF
    ABCEFD
    ABCFDE
    ABCFED
    ABDCEF
    ABDECF
    ABDEFC

    Too many, there's a general form somewhere.
    Nice Chinese comma there haha!
    I was hoping you'd use some sort of nCr thing T_T
 
 
 
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