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Mini-test Answer: 月饼 (Beginner)

Sep. 15, 2010

Beginner Level 初级 (chūjí)

The correct answer for this test of basic Chinese Phrases is B

Analysis of Basic Chinese Phrases :

A. “面条 (miàntiáo)” means “noodle.”

B. “月饼 (yuèbǐng)” means “moon cake.”

C. “饺子 (jiǎozi)” means “dumpling.”

D. “火锅 (huǒguō)”means “hotpot.”

                                                                                                        
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Comments

Hey, that’s the geraetst! So with ll this brain power AWHFY?

Hahahaha. I’m not too bgriht today. Great post!

This test of basic Chinese phrases is interesting to me because I like Chinese food and want to learn more about it. Can you tell me more phrases about traditional Chinese foods?

Eight categories of Chinese dishes includes: Anhui cuisine, Hunan cuisine, Beijing cuisine, Zhejiang cuisine, and Shandong cuisine, in addition to the three cuisines you mentioned above.

Chinese dishes fall into eight categories. I only know three of them: Sichuan, Hunan and Cantonese. What about the others? Can you introduce more kinds of food in later tests of basic Chinese phrase?

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