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Must-know Difference between “过(guò)” and “了(le)”

May. 28, 2015
Chinese dish - Beijing Roast Duck
Please choose the correct answer to fill in the blanks.

Zhāng Wěi: Wǒ zuì xǐhuan chī de Zhōng’guó cài shì Běijīng kǎoyā. Nǐ chī __ ma?
张        伟:我   最   喜欢    吃 的        中国     菜  是   北京    烤鸭。 你 吃 __ 吗?

Zhang Wei: My favorite Chinese dish is Beijing Roast Duck. Have you eaten it?

Nancy:  Wǒ méi chī ___.
Nancy:我   没  吃  ___。

Nancy: I haven’t eaten it.

A. 了(le), 过(guò)

B. 过(guò), 过(guò)

C. 过(guò), (le)

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Comments

Good for begginers.

B is correct.

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