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Chinese Idiom Rally II.

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nnt

Easy come, easy go (so let's stay here :mrgreen: ): 易来易去 yi4 lai2 yi4 qu4

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Guest Barbara

yes lets! however, lets not forget to have fun and 去邪归正 qu4 xie2 gui1 zheng4 :wink:

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nnt

We didn't go astray, for we belong to 正派名门 :mrgreen: zheng4 pai4 ming2 men2

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Guest Barbara

which sort of seemed to frighten the others off or do you have another explanation why no one is dropping by :? 门可罗雀 men2 ke3 luo2 que4

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nnt

I think it's the other way round: :mrgreen: 雀巢鸠占 que4 chao2 jiu1 zhan4 (Qui est le pigeon ?)

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Guest Barbara

that may well be, but they're not exactly productive :mrgreen: 占着茅坑不拉屎 zhan4 zhe mao2 keng1 bu4 la1 shi3

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roddy
which sort of seemed to frighten the others off or do you have another explanation why no one is dropping by

No, but I think you could do this as usefully by private message now, especially as you appear to be running out of real idioms.

Roddy

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Guest Barbara

kindly beg your pardon, dear roddy, but the last few dozens happen to be "real" idioms, even my last one which I have out of my 《新汉德词典》(published in Beijing)

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confucius

屎....屎....Well, I guess that puts a practical end to this idiom rally 屎t.

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Quest

revive the devils :twisted:

j/k

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skylee

出招吧.

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39degN

when we face this situation, we usually find some word with same pronunciation instead.

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roddy
revive the devils

說曹操曹操到

:twisted:

Start a new one if anyone wants, but put it in Chat and Language Exchange please.

Roddy

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