Chinese influenced by English

often, abbreviated terms coined by young students interested in word play employing slang english practices and basic Chinese vocabulary

for examples, see terms such as duibs, bukeq, and meiguanx
The American students were prohibited from speaking English, however they often got away using some "student speech," even going so far as to pepper their sentences with engnese terms like duibs, bukeq, and meiguanx. Such terms became extremely popular, and it is rumored that even some teachers used them on rare occasion.
by Elliott December 29, 2006

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