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just make a new sentence because it does sound a little weird and you can substitute mei ge ren with da jia da is fourth jia is first but otherwise it's pretty good
I mean as of right now it's probably good enough for your ipa there's just weird native ways of saying stuff

Ok casue the situation is like presenatational for a concert
Ya haha I can tell!

yea
I mean be like wo hui yi dian zhong wen ke shi wo hai hui ge ni men chang ge assuming it's a music concert and someone is singing

So what does wo hai hui ge ni men chang ge mean?
Oh singing concert

I will still sing to you guys so your like
I know a little bit of chinese but I can still sing to you guys

If I want to say students will play piano for you guys.
I would say
Xue shang da gang qin

xue sheng hui ge ni

hui ge ni = concert?

tan(2) gang qin no students=xue sheng hui ge ni will play for you well will give you tan gang qin play the piano so the grammar is weird like that but yea

OH ya sorry its not da gang qin tan tan
On more question
If I want to say I learned to speak chinese in Wayzata High school would I say:

just one tan wo zai Wayzata gao zhong xue zhong wen but that's present tense cuz I think your learning chinese now

gao zhong means? right ok learn? gao zhong means high school but you can just say wayzata high school probs also learn=xue and xue…...

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