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English as far as I know is represented by just making some crazy "lul-lul-lul" noises (I'm sorry I really don't know how to describe it -- it's the sound that sounds like "lul-lul-lul" while your tongue is being pushed out of your mouth and then brought back in again, kind of like the sounds babies make).... －－－－ I've heard Sichuan people say "剥了壳壳吃米米" to ...
Maybe it is difficult for English speakers to learn the four tones of Mandarin. When you read Chinese characters in a sentence all with a high level tone or falling tone, it sounds like a foreigner who has not mastered oral Mandarin. This phenomenon of imitating foreigners' accents always occurs in Chinese films and TV series.
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