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How Do You Say I Think.../ In My Opinion... in Chinese




Hello, everyone! Welcome to Chinese Surfing A Sentence A Day!


Today we are going to learn one more daily sentence.

It is "(w jude)" when you want to express your ideas.

w: I

jude: to think, to feel

w jude: I think .../ In my opinion


Please click on the video below to learn it!


I also want to know your opinion on one thing, and could you ask us what we think, please write in the comments below saying: 


w jude, n jude ne?


Any feedback or suggestion, please write us below, thank you!

See you next time!

 



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