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I’m 25 years old

In the eastern culture, people may hear people asking about ages more often.
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In the western culture, people may not care about your age but in the east, you will probably hear people asking about ages more often. In Taiwan,
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you will get asked:
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you this year how many age
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Actually, it means: How old are you?
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We also have some other forms of question about age, such as: 你幾歲了? (How old are you?) 你多大? (How old are you?)
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Everyone, remember, to answer this question, once again, you just replace the question word 幾(jǐ) with the number of your age. you will have you answer.
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你騙人,你很老了 (Such a liar, you are old.) Umm…yep, just kidding. I’m not that young. I’m already 30. I just want to repeat the answer of the man in the dialogue. Do you remember? If not, just go back to the video and watch it again.

In the western culture, people may not care about your age. However, you will probably hear people asking about ages more often in the East.

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