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Answers to mini test

Jun. 18, 2013

1. B

Wǒ xǐhuan qù páshān.

我    喜欢     去   爬山。

I like to go hiking on Sundays.

我() is a first-person pronoun used as the subject in a sentence, and 喜欢(xǐhuān) is a verb meaning like and it can be followed by nouns or verbs. 爬山(páshān) here means hiking while 去() is a verb in Chinese and it can be followed by another verb to describe an action.

2. C

Nǐ huì zuò fàn ma?

你  会  做    饭  吗?

Can you cook?

你() is a second person pronoun used as the subject. 会(huì), works like modal verbs in English, it can be followed by other verbs. 做饭(zuòfàn) means to cook, and 吗(ma) is a question particle and it must be placed at the end of the sentence.

3. C

Jīntiān yángguāng zhēnhǎo, wǒmen qù yóuyǒng ba!

今天         阳光                真好,     我们     去   游泳       吧!

Today is a sunny day. Let’s go to swimming!

阳光真好(yángguāng zhēnhǎo) is a phrase used to say that the sunshine is wonderful, 今天(jīntiān) means today and 我们(wǒmén) is a plural first person pronoun. The word 去() is followed by the verb 游泳(yóuyǒng) and means to go swimming; and 吧(ba) is an interjection and it should be placed at the end of the sentence.

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