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HSK Sample Chinese Test: Has the Sister Found her Mother?

Jun. 21, 2010

Basic 初级 (chūjí)

听下面的对话,听完对话将会有一个问题,根据对话和问题,从A、B、C、D中选出唯一正确的答案。对话及问题只听一遍。
Listen to the following short conversation, and then choose the best answer from the four choices in the following question.

对话:

问题:根据对话,您可以知道(        )。

A. 姐姐刚见过妈妈

B. 妈妈哪儿都没去

C. 姐姐没找到妈妈

D. 姐姐没去找妈妈

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Thank you for sharing your thoughts. I truly appreciate your efforts and I will be waiting for your next write ups thank you once again.

妈妈不在家,她去哪里了,我到处找了,都没找到。

“到处”in both “你把玩具仍的到处都是!” and “我到处找了,都没找到” can mean “everywhere.” They both mean lots of places, just a little bit exaggeration.

I often heard my neighbor Miss Gao says to her son “你把玩具仍的到处都是!” Does “到处” here mean the same as in “我到处找了,都没找到”?

From your HSK listening test, I know “在家” is at home. But what does “到家” mean? Are they the same?

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