NOT A TEACHER
(1) Since I am self-studying Mandarin, I am eager to join this
thread. May I?
(2) With the greatest respect, I believe that none of the sentences
would be considered "correct."
(a) I am 99% confident that No. l does not count as a sentence. It does
not have a subject.
(b) No. 2 almost sounds like a command or order.
(c) "Deservedly" only confuses things further in No. 3.
(3) I am certainly no writer, but I think that you wish to express
It is to be expected that a foreigner will speak Mandarin with an accent.
NOTES: (a) It's not necessary to say "Chinese Mandarin," for most
people know that "Mandarin" is the official Chinese dialect (b) It's not
necessary to say "with a FOREIGN accent," for you have already referred
to a "foreigner."
(4) I am sure that other posters can come up with a better sentence
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