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How to indicate the result of an action?

Exercises in the Video:
1. A: Lǐ Lán, nǐ zài kàn shénme ne?
    B: Les Miserables. Tài cháng le, wǒ zhōngyú kàn wán le.
    Which of the following statements is true according to the dialogue? Please choose the best answer.
    A. Li Lan didn’t finish the book.
    B. ...


Do you know how to express frequency in Mandarin Chinese?

Exercises in the Video:
1. A: Jenny, nǐ zuìjìn shòu le!
    B: Wǒ zài jiǎnféi, měi gè xīngqī qù sān cì jiànshēnfáng.
    Which of the following statements is true according to the dialogue? Please choose the best answer.
    A. Jenny goes to gym everyday.
    B. Jenny goes ...


In English, we usually put “too” or “as well” at the end of the sentence. However, in Chinese “还 (hái)” is never put at the end of a sentence, but is put before the intended statement.

Exercises in the Video:
1. A: Zhào Gāng, nǐ yào mǎi shénme?
    B: Wǒ děi mǎi yágāo, hái děi mǎi ...


How to ask for help in Chinese?

Exercises in the Video:
1. A: Mínɡtiān shì Lily de shēnɡrì, wǒ bú huì xuǎn lǐwù, nǐ bānɡ ɡè mánɡ bɑ!
    B: Jack, wǒ yě bù xǐhuɑn xuǎn lǐwù.
    What does Jack want to do? Please choose the best answer.
    A. He wants to ask for help from someone.
    B. He ...


How to express “every” in Chinese?

Exercises in the Video:
1. A: Jenny, kàn, shì Brad Pitt, tā yě kāishǐ yòng Wēibó le.
    B: Bù kěnéng, wǒ měitiān dōu shàng Wēibó, zěnme méi kàndào?
    Which of the following statements can be inferred from the dialogue? Please choose the best answer.
    A. Jenny doesn’t like Brad Pitt.
    B. ...


I’ve been to Shanghai twice. I want to go there one more time. I saw Magic Mike once. I don’t want to watch it again. We discussed it 3 times. And we still need to discuss it two more times. Learn a special measure word in Chinese to express repetition of an action.

 
Exercises in the ...


The bride’s beautiful, isn’t she? Pretty cool, isn’t it? Let’s learn how to use “吧 (ba)” to indicate suppositions.

 
Exercises in the Video:
1. Ellie: Amy, is this you in the picture?
    Amy: Yes, it was taken while I was sky diving last summer. Hěn kù ba?
    Which of the following statements is true according to the ...


Have you ever been shocked by the poor quality of something? Have you been frustrated by how people act? Do you want to know how to express your disappointment in Chinese?

 
Exercises in the Video:
1. A: Becky, wǒmen jīntiān wèishénme yào kāi zhèige huì?
    B: Wǒmen zuìjìn de xiāoshòu qíngkuàng tài chàjìnr le, jīnglǐ yào wǒmen ...


If you’re biking, you have to be sick of the wind. If you’re driving, you must hate that dense morning fog. If you’re flying, you must worry about lightning and thunder. Could we just have some nice weather for a change?

Exercises in the Video:
1. A: It’s probably going to rain soon. Wǒmen zǒu ba.
    ...


Where is the cinema? The cinema is located at the east side of the mall.

Exercises in the Video:
1. A: Qǐngwèn, Běijīng dàxué zài nǎr?
    B: Běijīng dàxué zài Yíhéyuán de dōngbian.
    Where is Peking University located? Please choose the best answer.
    A. Peking University is located at the west side of Yiheyuan.
    B. Peking ...


Let’s roll the sleeves up and get this done!

Exercises in the Video:
1. A: Jenny, nǐ de yīfu lǐngzi shàng shì shénme?
    B: OMG, shì yágāo.
    Which of the following is true according to the dialogue? Please choose the best answer.
    A. There is some toothpaste on Jenny’s sleeve.
    B. There is some toothpaste on Jenny’s ...


There will be no job fair this weekend. So how about go see a movie? There is the new James Bond movie Skyfall on this weekend.

Exercises in the Video:
1. A: Wǒ qù shàngbān la!
    B: Bié wàng le dài sǎn! Jīntiān yǒu yǔ.
    Which of the following statements is true according to the dialogue? ...


How does one make recommendations in Chinese? I recommend you to watch this lesson.

Exercises in the Video:
1. A: Xiānsheng, nín hǎo! Nín xiǎng mǎi shénme?
    B: Nǐ hǎo, wǒ chángcháng chūchāi, xūyào yì tái bǐjìběn diànnǎo.
    A: Nà wǒ tuījiàn nín mǎi Mackbook Air. Chūchāi yòng hěn fāngbiàn.
    Which of the following is ...


Planning on a trip to China? Which hotel room is better? Single room or double? Check in today or tomorrow? Learn how to book a hotel room in Chinese.

Exercises in the Video:
1. A: Nín hǎo, Běijīng Guójì Jiǔdiàn. Qǐng wèn yǒu shénme kěyǐ bāng nín?
    B: …
    What would the potential customer say? Please choose ...


Do you have any plans tonight? Why don’t we do something together?

Exercises in the Video:
1. A: Wáng Yīng, jīntiān xiàwǔ nǐ yǒu shìr ma? Yìqǐ qù diàoyú zěnmeyàng?
    B: Xíng a. Qù nǎ’r diào?
    Which of the following statements is true according to the dialogue? Please choose the best answer.
    A. They’re discussing a plan.
    ...


“Darling, you have no house, no car and no fancy ring. But… I still love you.”

Exercises in the Video:
1. A: Lǐ Lán, kàn, zhèi fù ěrhuán piào bú piàoliɑng?
    B: Suīrán tǐng piàoliɑng de, dànshì yǒu diǎn’r guì.
    What does Li Lan mean? Please choose the best answer.
    A. She thinks the earrings are nice ...


Sometimes there are things that we just have to do. Well, you know what I mean. But do you have to learn how to say “have to” in Chinese? Well, can you get around it in the real world?

Exercises in the Video:
1. A: Amy, nǐ yào qù zuò shénme?
    B: I’m throwing a party tonight. ...


Maybe you’ve been on a big adventure, traveled across Europe for a year, or had an exciting job. Sometimes, we just have so many different life experiences to share, don’t we?

Exercises in the Video:
1. A: Emma, zhèi bù diànyǐng búcuò. Nǐ xiǎng kàn ma?
    B: Wǒ kàn guò zhèi bù diànyǐng.
    What does Emma mean? ...


Coffee or tea? Go shopping or watch movies? To be or not to be? Learn to say “or ” in Chinese.

Exercises in the Video:
1. A: Rachel, nǐ xiǎng hē shénme?
    B: Guǒzhī huòzhě nǎichá, xièxie.
    Which of the following best describes the dialogue? Please choose the best answer.
    A. Rachel doesn’t want to drink fruit ...


Do you like to sing while taking a shower? Do you like to drink beer while chatting with your friends? Learn expressing two actions being taken by a person or a group of people at the same time in this lesson.

Exercises in the Video:
1. What is Ellie doing? Please choose the best answer.
    A. Ellie ...


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