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Examples of how communicating in a foreign language can be so tricky.

Examples of how communicating in a foreign language can be so tricky.

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  • 1. Chinglish
  • 2. These signs were written as an attempt to communicate with tourists visiting Chinese towns during the Olympic Games in 2008. However, tourists must have had a hard time trying to make sense of them. Can you? If you do understand what they meant by each sign, re-write them in a type of English everybody would understand.
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  • 23. Source : http://www.flickr.com/search/?q=chinglish Organized by Maria Aparecida Moreira

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