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here is some sentence,I have no idea if these are right.
Da Shan’s Chinese speaking always makes me who come from south of China feel slightly embarrassed. Since I also have been lived in Beijing for years, but his Mandarin speaking is much better than mine.
Thanks a lot!
Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.
"I have been living in Beijing for years but his Mandarin is much better than mine."
You wrote "no comma" after the word "years."
If I put a comma after "years," would I be marked down on a test?
I think it's better with the comma.
The comma before "but" is required since it precedes an independent clause( "his Mandarin is much better than mine").
I am not a teacher.
You're right. I misread it.