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Answer to Easily Learn the Differences Among Carpet, Blanket, and Quilt In Chinese

Sep. 4, 2019

Answers:
1. B
2. A
3. C

Analysis:

地毯 (Dìtǎn) means carpet.

被子 (Bèizi) means quilt.

毛毯 (Máotǎn) means blanket.

1. We can use context clues in the sentence such as “小孩子 (xiǎo háizi)”, which means “child” to learn that the child in the picture is in a quilt. Hence the correct answer is B.
2. We can use context clues in the sentence such as “清理 (qīnglǐ)”, which means “to clean” to learn that the vacuum machine will clean the carpet. Hence the correct answer is A.
3. We can use context clues in the sentence such as “盖着 (gàizhe)”, which means “to cover” to learn that the person used a blanket to cover himself before falling asleep on the sofa. Hence the correct answer is C.

Here are the translated sentences of the dialogue:

Nàgè xiǎo háizi zài bèizi lǐ tōuxiào.
那个小孩子在被子里偷笑。
That little child is giggling in quilt.

Fángjiān de dìtǎn xūyào qīnglǐ le.
房间的地毯需要清理了。
The carpet in the room needs to be cleaned up.

Tā gàizhe máotǎn shuìzháo le.
他盖着毛毯睡着了。
He fell asleep covered with a blanket.

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