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07:49 Aug 21, 2001
English to Chinese translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: How are you?
Expressions of interest are invited from organisations that are managed, operated and supported by volunteers to set up displays/demonstrations at the Manningham Volunteering Expo. The Expo will be held on 10 November 2001 at the Municipal Offices car park and marquees and other equipment such as tables and chairs etc. will be provided.
The area will be set up to cater for either stalls/displays and active demonstrations. *******
In order to assist with planning interested organisaions and community groups are requested to complete the attached expression of interest form and return by 31 August 2001.******
Participation in this exciting event provides an excellent opportunity for organisations to showcase their services and promote the benefits of volunteerism in Manningham.******
Council will widely publicise the event through local media and produce and distribute a flyer to promote the Expo. this event provides organisations and community groups with an opportunity to market their respective activities and services.
Gina Chan

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Keisuke Shito



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Ni Hao Ma? (used among friends)

Ni: you
Hao: fine
Ma? : ?

Nin Hao Ma? (polite expression)

Nin: you (polite expression)
Hao: fine
Ma? : ?

Keisuke Shito
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Native speaker of: Native in JapaneseJapanese
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