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"你好,北京" is usually said by one come to Beijing the first time becaurse Beijing is a new friend to him. However, "北京,你好" is usually used by one has lived in Beijing for many years and he treats Beijing as his old friend.


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There is no difference between the two expressions.


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Both are correct!! 你好,北京 is more like a casual greeting, e.g. Hello World! :D 北京,你好 is more like a greeting with a touch of respect, because you address the name first. Examples are, 张老师,你好 (Teacher Zhang, hello).


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不见不错 - there doesn't seem to be a reference to this phrase to be found... perhaps you could indicate where you saw this? 不见不散 - used to indicate a firm commitment to an appointment, in the sense that if we don't see [不见] each other then we will not leave/scatter [不散] (i.e. keep waiting). If it is to another person and you want to make sure the other ...


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不见不散, not see not walk, "wait for me, don't leave" 不见不错 is not an everyday phrase. Maybe it is meant to mean 见不到也没事, "If you don't see me (there) don't worry."


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不见不错 is gobbledigook. 不见不散 means that you will in fact agree to meet someone, that you are really committed to it. See you later is 再见 or 回头见.



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