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Shouldn't it be Chinese dialects?

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43 minutes ago, webfact said:

According to the TAT’s survey of tourist guides’ training needs for the year 2020, it found that tour guides were interested in training in Spanish, second only to Mandarin, in addition to Portuguese which ranked sixth.

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Mongolian sounds good to me, it can't be worse than the other options chosen by this clever government.

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2 minutes ago, Moo 2 said:

Mongolian sounds good to me, it can't be worse than the other options chosen by this clever government.

Throw in some free classes of Mongolian "throat singing" for the "sanook factor"!

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Portuguese cannot be read like it as Spanish; there are specific tones and nasal movements and sounds that go along with the vowels. Good luck, Thailand. Gotta master Engrisheee firtd!

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