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Chinese Mini-test: Traffic Jam (Advanced)

Mar. 19, 2010

Advanced Level 高级 (gāojí)

“Such bad luck! Today I was stuck in a traffic jam on the way to take my Chinese tests, and I was almost too late.”

Do you know how to write the Chinese characters for “traffic jam” in this sentence?

A. 堵塞 (dǔsè)

B. 堵车 (dǔchē)

C. 火车 (huǒchē)

D. 开车 (kāichē)

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