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How to address fellow students junior to oneself (学妹，学弟)?
I have sometimes wondered what would be the appropriate way of addressing (fellow) students that are junior to oneself. Given name? Full name? Name + 妹/第? Are there even cases where one can use 哥/兄 ...
Dec 4 '13 at 11:39
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