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  1. RoseSpring's Avatar
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    #1

    A bite English!

    "I speak a bite English".

    What does "bite" mean in this sentence?

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    #2

    Re: A bite English!

    Quote Originally Posted by RoseSpring View Post
    "I speak a bite English".

    What does "bite" mean in this sentence?
    I would imagine it's supposed to be "bit" rather than "bite". Even then it's not correct, but it is understandable.

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    #3

    Re: A bite English!

    Is this bellow what is correct?

    I speak a bit of English.

    Does it mean

    A few words, some small part, we can communicate, etc

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