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Chinese Mini-test: Take Care! (Beginner)

May. 16, 2011

Beginner Level 初级 (chūjí)

Learn to speak Mandarin through a Chinese test.

Choose the correct answer to fill in the blank.

Nǐ huíqu ba, búyòng zài sòng le.
A: 你 回去   吧,不用     再   送 了。

Hǎo de, nǐ____.
B: 好   的,  你____。

A: 快走 (kuài zǒu)

B: 跑 (pǎo)

C: 慢走 (màn zǒu)

D: 走 (zǒu)

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Comments

“慢走”Does mean to walk slowly. Here it means walk slowly, don’t fall. It just like saying ’safe drive’ when you leave in the US.

Literally, it does, but in this context, it means, take care.

Does “慢走” mean to walk slowly?

“C” is right. In China, I often hear people speaking Mandarin like this.

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