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Chinese Tests >> Mini Test (Intermediate)

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Both “néng” and “kěyǐ” mean CAN. What’s the difference?

Exercises in the Video:
1. A: We’re going to have a big business conference in New York tomorrow. Nǐ kěyǐ qù ma?
    B: Sorry. I got really sick this morning. …
    What would she say? Please choose the correct answer.
    A. Wǒ bù kěyǐ qù.
    ...


This movie is pretty good! The weather is pretty nice! He is pretty humorous! That jacket is pretty cool! See what we are getting at?

Exercises in the Video:
1. A: Judy, nĭ de zhōumò zĕnmeyàng?
    B: Tĭng búcuò de. I watched the Euro Cup.
    Which of the following statements is true according to the dialogue? Please ...


Have you tried Chinese white liquor before? Maotai or Erguotou, which do you prefer?

Exercises in the Video:
1. A: David, wǒmen hē shénme?
    B: …
    What would David most likely to say according to the dialogue?
    A. Lái yí gè gōngbǎo jīdīng.
    B. Wǒ bù xiǎng qù.
    C. Hē báijiǔ, zěnmeyàng?
2. A: Zuótiān wǎnshang ...


Western breakfast in Chinese terms.

Exercises in the Video:
1. A: John, wǒmen míngtiān zǎocān chī màipiàn, zěnmeyang?
    B: Wǒ bù xiǎng chī màipiàn, wǒ xiǎng chī niúnǎi hé miànbāoquān.
    What does John want to eat for breakfast tomorrow? Please choose the best answer.
    A. Only cereal.
    B. Only milk.
    C. Milk and donuts.
2. A: Zǎoshang ...


I want to buy several new dresses for the weekend’s party! I bought several T-shirts for my boyfriend. Rachel can drink several bottles of beer. Learn to indicate an approximate number in Chinese.

Exercises in the Video:
1. A: Rachel, I want to go to the Lady Gaga concert. Nǐ yǒu piào ma?
    B: Wǒ yǒu jǐ ...


Your Chinese friend was so funny that you couldn’t stop laughing after hearing his jokes.

Exercises in the Video:
1. A: Lái, Wáng Zǒng, gān le zhè yì bēi!
    B: Bù hǎoyìsi, wǒ bù néng zài hē le!…
    What would she say? Please choose the best answer!
    A. Wǒ xiào de dùzi téng!
    B. Jīntiān hē de ...


You look upset, what happened to you? Is everything OK? Learn to express your concerns in Chinese.

Exercises in the Video:
1. A: Xiaomei, please pass me the tissue box.
    B: …
    What would Xiaomei probably say? Please choose the best answer.
    A. Nǐ zài nǎr?
    B. Nǐ méishìr ba?
    C. Nǐ xǐhuan wǒ ma?
2. A: Ellie, ...


Your friend just broke up with her boyfriend, and cannot stop weeping. How would you comfort her besides passing her a pint of ice cream?

Exercises in the Video:
1. A: Wáng Yīng, zhēn duìbuqǐ, wǒ jīntiān hěn máng. I can’t meet you tonight.
    B: Méishìr.
    What does Wang Ying mean?
    A. This is a big problem.
    ...


Ok, you know the Chinese New Year. But do you know what Chinese do on the Chinese New Year’s Eve?

Exercises in the Video:
1. A: Becky, it’s about midnight. Wǒmen qù fàng biānpào, hǎo ma?
    B: Sure! Let’s go!
    What are they going to do? Please choose the best answer.
    A. They are going to paste ...


Things you need to know about Chinese New Year.

Exercise in the Video:
1. A: Ellie, jīntiān shì chúxī, let’s make some dumplings.
    B: Sure, I love dumplings!
    Which of followings is true? Please choose the best answer.
    A. Today is New Year’s Day.
    B. Today is Chinese New Year.
    C. Today is Chinese New Year’s eve.
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Exercises in the Video:
1. A: Lìlì, Lín Fēng zhǎo nǐ.
    B: Tā zěnme yòu lái le?
    Which of the following statements is true according to the dialogue? Please choose the best answer.
    A. Lili doesn’t know Lin Feng.
    B. This is the first time that Lin Feng has stopped by.
    C. This is not the ...


Pizza or pasta? Cooking or washing the dishes? Working or attending graduate school? To be or not to be?

Exercises in the Video:
1. A: Wáng Yīng, xià ge yuè Sūn Xiǎoměi jiéhūn. Nǐ dǎsuan sònɡ shénme?
    B: Bù zhīdào. Shì sònɡ lǐwù háishì sònɡ hónɡbāo ne?
    Which of the following statements is true according to the ...


Laba Festival is on December 8th in the lunar calendar. People eat Laba congee and make green garlic. Sounds interesting? You don’t want to miss this lesson.

Exercise in the Video:
1. A: Jīntiān shì làbā, wǒmen chī shénme?
    B: …
    What would she say? Please choose the best answer.
    A. Chī jiǎozi.
    B. Hē làbā zhōu.
    ...


Chinese people are big on treating people to dinner. It is common for Chinese to go to dinner or lunch together and vie to be the one to pay the bill. This lesson helps you understand this aspect of Chinese culture.

Exercises in the Video:
1. A: Lìli, wǒmen qù dǎ bǎolíngqiú ba. Wǒ qǐngkè.
    B: Zhè ...


Hurry up! The flower shop closes before 5 P.M.! You should pay your rent before next Sunday! I’ll arrive before 6:30! Learn how to express “before a certain time” in this lesson.

Exercises in the Video:
1. A: When should we arrive for the party?
    B: Bā diǎn bàn yǐqián.
    When should the two arrive for the ...


“矮 ǎi” vs. “短 duǎn.” Both of them mean “short” in English, but they are used quite differently in Chinese.

Exercises in the Video:
1. A: Mìyuè guò de zěnmeyàng a?
    B: Tǐng hǎo de, jiùshì …
    What would she say? Please choose the correct answer.
    A. Tài duǎn le!
    B. Tài ǎi le!
2. A: Wǒ gěi ...


In life, we all have our moments of needing one more of something: “One more beer!” “One more bowl!” “One more time!” “One more gold medal!”

Exercises in the Video:
1. A: Fúwùyuán, zài yào yì wǎn miàn.
    B: Hǎo de!
    What does the customer want? Please choose the best answer.
    A. He wants to have one ...


Seems like everyone loves ice cream. But ice cream hotpot?

Exercises in the Video:
1. A: Tài rè le. Wǒ xiǎng chī ge tiántǒng, nǐ yào bu yào?
    B: Dāngrán yào.
    What do they want to have according to the dialogue? Please choose the best answer.
    A. sundaes
    B. ice cream cakes
    C. ice cream cones
2. ...


Red, black…when Chinese people use them, do you know what they REALLY mean?

Exercises in the Video:
1. Zhēn bù zhīdào Jill shì zǒu le shénme yùn. Tā de xīn nán péngyou shì yǒumíng de zuànshí wáng lǎo wǔ.
    Which of the followings is true?
    A. Tā hěn xǐhuan Jill.
    B. Tā duì Jill hěn yǎnhóng.
    C. Tā ...


There is the Great Wall in China. There is the Eiffel Tower in France. There is the London Eye in U.K. Are there any landmarks in your Country?

Exercises in the Video:
1. A: Are there many foreigners in Beijing?
    B: Shì de, Běijīng yǒu hěnduō wàiguórén.
    Which of the following statements is most likely to be ...


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