Chinese Schools: Online Chinese Test "Will You Go Watching Kung Fu Panda?"
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Chinese Mini-Test: Will You Go Watching Kung Fu Panda?

Jul. 12, 2011

Beginner Level 初级 (chūjí)

    Zhège zhōurì nǐ yǒukòng ma? Wǒmen qù kàn Gōngfuxióngmāo ba?
A: 这个      周日  你    有空     吗?  我们    去    看      功夫熊猫       吧?

    Hǎoā, tīngshuō hěn hǎokàn ne.
B: 好啊,   听说     很     好看   呢。

Question: What does “空” mean in this dialogue?

A. Free
B. Empty
C. Money

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This could not possibly have been more hlefpul!

Thanks alot – your answer solved all my problems after several days sturggilng

I’m learning Chinese in a local language school. I was told that “星期七 (xīngqī qī)” is rather difficult to pronounce, so Chinese people seldom use this.

Yes, but I was wondering why Chinese people don’t say “星期七 (xīngqī qī)” for Sunday?

Last year, I was learning Chinese in an online Chinese school. I think “周日 (zhōurì)” and “星期天 (xīngqītiān)” both mean “Sunday,” right?

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