I am a local Hong Konger. Cantonese and traditional Chinese is my native language. I am living and studying in Taiwan now. Before that, I have been teaching Chinese in Vietnamese for 2 years. That's why I can speak both 3 languages.
I will focus on the pronunication, grammar and oral skills. For exmaples, most of foreigners feel difficult on the tones. I will give you some tips such as read the word with the music sheet.
For oral skill, I will tell you when should you use the sentence rather than just read that and without any background information.
For example, in English, we will say "May I have a bill".
In Cantonese, it should be "excuse me, pay the bill", "'唔該，埋單 m4 goi1, maai4 daan"
In Mandarin, it should be " hello, buy the bill" 你好，买单(買單) nǐhǎo，mǎidān“ . Sometimes in Taiwan, people use another words 结账(結帳) jiézhànɡ.
In Vietnamese, you just need to say "em ơi, tính tiền" (hey, pay money)
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