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Answer to Using Current Events to Learn Chinese Emotions

May. 1, 2019

Answers:
1. C     2. D     3. A    4. B

Analysis:

担心 (Dānxīn) worry; feel anxious

欢喜 (Huānxǐ) joy

痛心 (Tòngxīn) pained; distressed; grieved

可怕 (Kěpà) awful; terrible; horrible

    Zuówǎn, Bālíshèngmǔyuàn fāshēng dàhuǒ, zhēn ràng rén tòngxīn.
1. 昨晚,巴黎圣母院发生大火,真让人痛心。
    Last night, there was a big fire at Notre Dame in Paris, which was really distressing.

    Fǎguó zǒngtǒng Mǎkèlóng chēng zhī wéi “kěpà de bēijù”.
2. 法国总统马克龙称之为“可怕的悲剧”。
    The President of France Macron called it a “terrible tragedy”.

    Rénmen dānxīn dàhuǒ huì ràng Bālíshèngmǔyuàn de jiégòu biànde bù wěn.
3. 人们担心大火会让巴黎圣母院的结构变得不稳。
    People are worried that the big fire will make the structure of Notre Dame in Paris unstable.

    Shēnghuó zǒnghuì chūxiàn yìwài, yǒu shíhou ràng rén huānxǐ yǒu shíhou ràng rén fāchóu.
4. 生活总会出现意外,有时候让人欢喜有时候让人发愁。
    There is always an accident in life, sometimes it makes people happy, but sometimes it makes people worry.

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