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Episode 1 – Nice to meet you

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Wu hong-yu was born in Vietnam. Her father is Vietnamese, mother is Taiwanese. She has one elder brother. In 2020, her whole family decided to move to Taiwan, which is her mother’s hometown.
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Is this seat taken? No. Thank you.
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Nice to meet you. I’m Mai he-jie. I come from German. Where are you from? I’m Vietnamese. What’s your name? My last name is Wu, first name is hong-yu. It’s a pleasure to meet you. Me, too. Do you come to Taiwan first time? Yes, it’s my first time. I come to Taiwan to study master’s degree. And you? I move to Taiwan with my family Are you alone? Yes. I come to Taiwan alone. Where do you live? Where do you live? Wow, that’s good. How many members are your family? How many members are your family? There are four members in my family, includes father, mother, brother, and me 4 perosns. The bus is coming. Could I get your number? OK. OK.
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0905-974-233 Thank you. You’re Welcome.
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Look out.
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Thank you, good bye. Good bye.
Are you curious about how to strike up a conversation with someone in Chinese? Let’s see how Mai he-jie successfully gets Hong-yu’s phone number in the video.
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