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We’ve all had that friend or colleague who just seems to always have everything in order. It’s as if a genie granted each and every wish he or she has commanded. While this is great news for some people, the truth is that it doesn’t come without envious remarks. “Envy” – In China, there is ...


Exercises in the Video:
1. A: Wánɡ Yīnɡ, nǐ xiǎnɡ mǎi duō dà de fánɡzi?
    A:王英,你想买多大的房子?
    B: (…)
    What would she say? Please choose the best answer.
    A. Yìbǎi pínɡmǐ zuǒyòu.
    A. 一百平米左右。
    B. Yìbǎi pínɡmǐ dàɡài.
    B. 一百平米大概。
    C. Zuǒyòu yìbǎi pínɡmǐ.
    C. 左右一百平米。
2. A: Zhēn kě’ài! Xiǎoměi, Pāi zhèi zhānɡ zhàopiàn de shíhou nǐ duō dà yɑ?
    A:真可爱!小美,拍这张照片的时候你多大呀?
    B: Dàgài sān suì ba.
    B:大概三岁吧。
    Which of the ...


1. Please choose the best option to fill the blanks.
A. 能 (Néng)

B. 会 (Huì)

    Rúguǒ nǐ ______ lái cānjiā zhègè jùhuì de huà, tā yídìng ______ hěn gāoxìng de.
1. 如果你 ______ 来参加这个聚会的话,她一定______ 很高兴的。

    Tā yígè rén ______ gòu chī xià quánbù de hànbǎo.
2. 她一个人 ______ 够吃下全部的汉堡。

    Míngtiān ______ xiàyǔ ma?
3. ...


Quick question? What’s the one thing that’s very controversial around the office? “Office jargon”! Employees are constantly steering the nuances of working in environments with people from so many different walks of life.
This issue can actually get much more controversial, especially if you introduce language dynamics into this already complicated issue. In the Chinese ...


Exercises in the Video:
1. A: Ellie! Qùnián de chāojí wǎn guànjūn shì nǎ ge duì?
    A:Ellie! 去年的超级碗冠军是哪个队?
    B: Lǜwān bāozhuānggōng duì a!
    B:绿湾包装工队啊!
    What are they talking about? Please choose the best answer.
    A. Last year’s Super Bowl champion.
    B. Ellie’s favorite team.
    C. This year’s Super Bowl party.
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1. According to the picture, please choose the best answer to fill in the blank.
(1) Māo zài shāfā de ______.
          猫在沙发的 ______ 。

(2) Gǒu zài shāfā de ______.
          狗在沙发的 ______ 。

Confused by 走狗 (zǒuɡǒu) & 遛狗 (liùgǒu)? You’re Not the Only One!
A. 前面 (Qiánmiàn)

B. 外面 (Wàimiàn)

C. 上面 (Shàngmiàn)

D. 下面 (Xiàmiàn)

...


Have you heard of the emerging and trendy internet slang from China called “土味情话 (tǔwèi qínghuà) ”? It can be compared to “cheesy pick-up lines” in English. “土味 (tǔwèi)” usually means outdated or old-school, while “情话 (qínghuà)” refers to the sweet nothings shared between lovers. Thus it’s a funny way to flirt with your partner ...


Exercises in the Video:
1. A: What would you like to eat?
    B: …
    What would the customer respond? Please choose the best answer.
    A. Wǒ yào yí gè gǒngbǎo jīdīng.
    A. 我要一个宫保鸡丁。
    B. Wǒ yí gè gǒngbǎo jīdīng.
    B. 我一个宫保鸡丁。
    C. Wǒ chī yí gè gōngbǎo jīdīng.
    C. 我吃一个宫保鸡丁。
2. A: What would you like to drink?
    B: …
    What would the customer respond? Please choose the best ...


1. Please make a complete sentence by putting the words below in the correct order.
1. 他

2. 这个

3. 手机

4. 不喜欢

A: 4-3-2-1
B: 2-1-3-4
C: 1-4-2-3
D: 1-2-3-4
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Have you ever tried to say something in Chinese only to use the wrong tones and say something completely inappropriate or random? Don’t worry! It happens to every Chinese learner in the beginning.
This is because Chinese has a limited number of syllables, only about 30% of what English has, therefore tones are used to distinguish ...


Exercises in the Video:
1. A: Hello, welcome to our hotel!
    B: Hello, I would like to book a room.
    A: Hǎo de. Qǐng wèn nín guì xìng?
    A:好的。请问您贵姓?
    B: …
    What would she probably say? Please choose the best answer.
    A. Wǒ èrshí suì.
    A. 我二十岁。
    B. Wǒ jiào Wáng Yīng.
    B. 我叫王英。
    C. Miǎn guì xìng Wáng.
    C. 免贵姓王。
2. A: Hi, I made a reservation last Friday ...


1. Please choose the best option to fill each blank.
A. 休息 (Xiūxi)

B. 利息 (Lìxi)

C. 消息 (Xiāoxi)

D. 息怒 (Xīnù)

    Tā líkāi jiā yǐjīng yì nián le, dào xiànzài hái méiyǒu rènhé     ______.
1. 他离开家已经一年了,到现在还没有任何 ______ 。

    Nǐ kàn shàngqù tài lèi le, lǐyīng hǎo hǎo ______ yíxià.
2. 你看上去太累了,理应好好 ______ 一下。

    Qǐng ______, tā búshì ...


The wellness movement is alive and thriving as people across the world are beginning to focus more on health more than ever before. One aspect of well-being is traditional Chinese medicine. Traditional Chinese medicine (or TCM for short) has developed over thousands of years. It uses mind and body treatments, such as acupuncture and Tai ...


Exercises in the Video:
1. A: Look! Someone is doing bungee jumping. Let’s try it!
    B: Bungee jumping wēi bù wēixiǎn ā?
    B: Bungee jumping 危不危险啊?
    Which one of the choices best describes her response? Please choose the best answer.
    A. She believes that bungee jumping is dangerous.
    B. She is not sure whether bungee jumping is dangerous.
    C. She doesn’t believe that ...


1. Read the dialogue below and choose the best answer to fill in the blank.
Xiǎo Lǐ : Nǐ hǎo, jiàndào nǐ hěn gāoxìng, qǐngwèn nǐ ▁▁?
小李:你好,见到你很高兴,请问你 ▁▁?

Xiǎo Wáng: Wǒ xìng Wáng, jiào Wáng Píng.
小王:我姓王,叫王平。

A. 叫什么名字 (Jiào shénme míngzi)

B. 来自哪里 (Láizì nǎlǐ)

C. 多大了 (Duōdà le)

D. 要去哪里 (Yào qù nǎlǐ)

The Name ...


We’ve all used the term “better late than never” to loosely express that it’s perfectly fine to be a bit late, at least sometimes. In Chinese, there’s an idiom that somewhat scolds, or mocks tardiness, or people who put things off until the very last minute.
In Chinese, “临时抱佛脚 (línshí bàofójiǎo)” might be easy for ...


1. Read the dialogue and answer the question below.
Xiǎo Hóng: Nǐ Wǔ Yī dào nǎlǐ qù wán la?
小红:你五一到哪里去玩啦?

Xiǎo Míng: Wǒ dào Běijīng qù wán le.
小明:我到北京去玩了。

Xiǎo Hóng: Běijīng zěnmeyàng?
小红:北京怎么样?

Xiǎo Míng: Hěn hǎowán, dànshì nàlǐ de rén kě zhēn duō ▁▁!
小明:很好玩,但是那里的人可真多 ▁▁!

Please choose the best answer to fill in the blank.
A. 吧 (Ba)

...


1. Please use the following sentences to form a complete Chinese paragraph.
    Kěshì jiǎnféi xiàoguǒ háishì bú dà míngxiǎn
1. 可是减肥效果还是不大明显

    Wǒ zuìjìn zài kòngzhì yǐnshí
2. 我最近在控制饮食

    Érqiě měitiān hái jiānchí pǎobù
3. 而且每天还坚持跑步

SAT Sample Chinese Test: Why Aren’t You out Running?
A. 1-3-2
B. 2-1-3
C. 1-2-3
D. 2-3-1

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We live in a time where buying something without a recommendation is uncommon. Consumerism has fueled large corporations to supply the increasing demand for their products, with various ranges. Many times it can be hard to determine whether or not the product or service will actually live up to its claims. The social shopping scene ...


1. Look at the picture and choose the best answer to make the sentence complete.
     Zhè miàn zhōng guà zài le qiángbì de ______.
(1) 这面钟挂在了墙壁的 ______ 。

A. 左上角 (Zuǒ shàng jiǎo)

B. 右下角 (Yòu xià jiǎo)

C. 正中央 (Zhèng zhōngyāng)

     Chájī xiàmiàn diàn zhe yì ______ tǎnzi.
(2) 茶几下面垫着一 ______ ...


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