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    #1

    ...convert people to Christianity, using Chinese, when my Chinese improves.

    I am not good in Chinese. However, I hope to be able to convert people to Christianity, using Chinese, when my Chinese improves.

    The above sentence is my own.

    I would like to know whether the commas are necessary. Or should one of the commas be removed?

    Thanks.

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    Re: ...convert people to Christianity, using Chinese, when my Chinese improves.

    The comma placement is exactly right.

    (Say: "I am not good AT Chinese.)

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