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Vietnamese
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How do you say hello in Vietnamese?

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Answer:

"Xin chào" is a typical way to greet someone in Vietnamese, but there are also other ways. Chào buổi sắng = Good morning. Chào buổi tối = Good evening. Chào = Hi A-lô = Usually used on the phone.

Japanese
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Question:

What is the subject marker in Japanese

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Answer:

The subject marker used in Japanese is は. It is read as wa rather than ha when read. For example: 私は子龍です。(Watashi wa Shiryuu desu.) Sometimes, the subject marker can be omitted when the subject can be assumed by the listener.

East Asian History
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What is the Xinhai Revolution?

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Answer:

The Xinhai Revolution was a movement in China in 1911. It was a series of revolt by the Chinese against the Qing Dynasty, the last dynasty ruled by ethnic Manchu. After years of of oppression of the foreign rulers, the Chinese started a group called Tongmenghui in order to combat the Qing Empress and form a republic.

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