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Chinese Min-Test:How much are the bananas?

May. 13, 2011

Beginner Level 初级 (chūjí)

Choose the correct answer to fill in the blank.

Xiāngjiāo______?
A:香蕉______?
How much are the bananas?

Sān kuài qián yìjīn.
B:三    块     钱    一斤。
Six yuan a kilogram.

A. 怎么卖 (zěnme mài)

B. 好吃吗 (hǎochī ma)

C. 卖不卖 (mài bú mài)

D. 哪儿买 (nǎr mǎi)

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I’ve been learning Chinese from a local Chinese school. I know the Chinese word “买 (mǎi)” means “to buy.” But what does “卖” mean and how is it pronounced?

I’m learning Chinese by myself because there aren’t any Chinese schools nearby. I know that “卖 (mài)” means “to sell.”

Yes, that’s right. “买 (mǎi)” and “卖 (mài)” are antonyms.

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