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In practice, I think it is always good to start with knowing some simple phrases and glue things together in a later stage. For me, I think I am learning a bit Hokkien by watching local drama. But I don't have much chance to speak it (or don't have enough gusts to do so) and some of phrases I don't know how to convert it to Mandarin or Cantonese, so I definitely need more practice with people.
To me, it is always fun to mix all these different languages, though Hokkien is a bit challenging to me so far. 8-[
It was much easier to get exposed to Hokkien when I first moved here 27 years ago because more people were speaking it. I can still vividly recall in my first year living in an HDB and an older auntie belted out “kiam sia hor” to me after being courteous to her.
Once I started working, I also had a group of young friends who taught me many of the “choice phrases” which should not be repeated in this .....
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Due to covid, I gave up this dream for 2 years. Now, I don't know if I should try again as I have some concerns
Crew or those who joined recently, please help if possible.
Could you share
1. When you're on probation you'll be bullied?
2. Long haul flights, is it only for 1.5 days?
3. Any other experiences - both good and bad - that you're willing to share :)
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Posted in Staying, Living in Singapore
I saw some people bringing used Nespresso capsules to the Nespresso shops, can I know what is done, is it some loyalty program..?
Nope, at least nothing I am aware of. I order the capsules online from the
Nespresso store and always request some bags for the used one. Upon delivery I pass the bag with used capsules to the delivery man. No loyalty program, just helping to recycle.
Unless the driver works with Nespresso directly, chances are he doesn’t get back there in time to do anything with them. Probably thinks you’re passing him garbage to throw away, haha.
Yeah, they have their own delivery service. 3 hour slots, sometimes even same day, free above S$70.
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I just got rejected after my health check up today. I suspect it’s my spine, because I had to do an X-ray. I emailed them asking for a reason. Do you think they will reply? Or do you think I can call up Fullerton to check? I mean it’s my own results right, I should know? Thank you.
So sorry to hear that. When did you go for your medical check up?
I went about a 1-2 weeks ish ago.
Do you mind to share your timeline?
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