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If so, you can learn some phrases to say to them on a special holiday, like Chinese Valentine's Day. There will always be opportunities to express how you feel to someone you care about. The terms, "you 你 (nǐ)", "he 他 (tā)", "she 她 (tā)", and "I/me 我 (wǒ)", were staples of this session.
Whether it is that you’re single, in a relationship, or would like to let a family member know how much you love them, it is a good idea to learn some basic words and phrases on the subject. As a situational-based lesson, I learned a few new vocabulary words that I could work into some new phrases.
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