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    Question Please can anybody expalin to me the Intention behind this sentence?

    What I want to know is the intention of the person when he says that I have learn't from my past relation that "In china chinese is just a food" then what does he mean of that relation? I already know the meaning of this phrase but couldn't interpret it in the refernce of the context. Please help.


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    Re: Please can anybody expalin to me the Intention behind this sentence?

    Quote Originally Posted by Surili View Post
    What I want to know is the intention of the person when he says that I have learn't from my past relation that "In china chinese is just a food" then what does he mean of that relation? I already know the meaning of this phrase but couldn't interpret it in the refernce of the context. Please help.
    I can't quite understand your question. Can you give more of the context?


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    Re: Please can anybody expalin to me the Intention behind this sentence?

    Quote Originally Posted by Coffa View Post
    I can't quite understand your question. Can you give more of the context?
    I mean what the person think about the relation when he said "from my past relation I have learned that In china chinese is just a food"

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