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Chinese Mini-test: Gossip (Advanced)

Apr. 14, 2010

Advanced Level 高级 (gāojí)

What does the phrase “gossip” refer to in Chinese language?

A. 八卦 (bāguà)

B. 新闻 (xīnwén)

C. 夸奖 (kuājiăng)

D. 微笑 (wēixiào)

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