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So, today 3 of my friends got on skype and we all talked, then our convo went into Chinese, then i had to leave for 45 minutes. The main part: When i came back, after reading what they said, it seemed they were either just having an intense debate or a big argument and i am having some trouble telling. Would anyone be willing to just glance over the text and tell me what they think the "mood in the chat room" was just a friendly debate or argument. It would just send it as a PM. Its all in characters.

I know this is a lot to ask, but anyone up for it. I don't need a translation, just your opinion on the mood.



Does anyone have an tips on how to better judge what the mood was? (All 3 native Chinese speakers)

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