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Chinese Mini-test: Mid-Autumn Festival (Beginner)

Sep. 15, 2010

Beginner Level 初级 (chūjí)

Test of Basic Chinese Phrases:

Nǐ zhīdào Zhōngguó rén Zhōngqiūjié chī shénme ma?
你 知道     中国        人      中秋节      吃     什么   吗?

Do you know what Chinese people eat during Mid-Autumn Day?

A. 面条

B. 月饼

C. 饺子

D. 火锅

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The Most Basic Chinese Expressions:

In today’s basic Chinese lesson, let’s also learn some useful basic Chinese words and phrases that will help you break barriers with your Chinese friends.

The basic Chinese words “你好 (nǐhǎo)” mean “hello.”
The basic Chinese words “谢谢 (xièxiè)” mean “thank you.”
The basic Chinese words “再见 (zàijiàn)” mean “goodbye.”
The basic Chinese expression “我爱你 (wǒ ài nǐ)” means “I love you.”
The basic Chinese expression “你好吗 (nǐ hǎo mɑ)” means “how are you?”

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Yes, you are right. I have learned that Chinese people often have different foods for different festivals. Both of moon cakes and dumplings symbolize reunion in Chinese culture. But I don’t know when they have noodles or hotpot. Can you introduce them in later tests of basic Chinese words?

Chinese people usually eat dumplings before Spring Festival, right?

Taking a test of basic Chinese phrases online is a really convenient way to learn Chinese. It doesn’t take much time and it is easy to remember what I have learned. In this test of basic Chinese, there is a word, “noodles”, which makes me think of another word I came across, “cold noodles”. What is it in Chinese language?

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