Learn Chinese 100 sentences︱everyday language:Going to See a Doctor

Learn Chinese 100 sentences︱everyday language:Going to See a Doctor

Background:

Foreign travelers or short-term visitors who need to see a doctor probably may go to hospital according to the seriousness of their illness: outpatient service, emergency treatment or hospitalization. The outpatient departments are set up for foreign guests in the Beijing Union Medical College Hospital, the Sino-Japanese Friendship Hospital, the Dongzhimen Hospital of Chinese Medicine and the Stomatological Hospital.

Text:

mài kè:wŏ shēn tǐ bù shū fu.

麦克:我身体不舒服。

Mike:I feel very bad, doctor.

dài fu:nĭ năr bù shū fu?

大夫:你哪儿不舒服?

Doctor:What’s wrong with you?

mài kè:tóu téng, hún shēn méi jìnr, hái ké sou.

麦克:头疼,浑身没劲儿,还咳嗽。

Mike:I’ve got a headache and a cough, and my whole body feels weak.

dài fu:fā shāo bù fā shāo?

大夫:发烧不发烧?

Doctor:Do you have a fever?

mài kè:bù zhī dào, hăo xiàng bù fā shāo.

麦克:不知道,好像不发烧。

Mike:I don’t know. Maybe not.

dài fu:xiān liáng liáng tĭ wēn ba. sān shí bā dù. bă zuĭ zhāng kāi:“a”.

大夫:先量量体温吧。三十八度。把嘴张开,“啊”。

Doctor:Le me take your temperature first. 38℃. Open your mouth and say “ah”.

mài kè:dài fu, wŏ dé de shì shén me bìng?

麦克:大夫,我得的是什么病?

Mike:What’s wrong with me, doctor?

dài fu:zhòng găn mào. chī diănr yào jiù huì hăo de.

大夫:重感冒。吃点儿药就会好的。

Doctor:You’ve got a cold. Take some medicine and you’ll be all right.

New words:

1. 看病kàn bìng: to see a doctor

2. 头疼 tóu téng: headachevv

3. 浑身 hún shēn: all over, from head to foot

4. 劲儿 jìnr: strength, energy

5. 咳嗽 ké sou: to cough

6. 发烧 fā shāo: to have a fever

7. 体温 tĭ wēn: temperature

8. 嘴 zuĭ: mouth

9. 张开 zhāng kāi: to open

10. 病 bìng: disease

11. 感冒 găn mào: to catch a cold

12. 药 yào: medicine

Related courses reading

Learn Chinese 100 sentences︱everyday language: introduction

Learn Chinese 100 sentences︱everyday language:Talking about Family

Learn Chinese 100 sentences︱everyday language:Eating Roast Beijing Duck

Learn Chinese 100 sentences︱everyday language:Asking the Way

Learn Chinese 100 sentences︱everyday language:At the Free Market

Learn Chinese 100 sentences︱everyday language:Being A Guest at A Friend’s Home

Learn Chinese 100 sentences︱everyday language:Being A Guest at A Friend’s Home

Learn Chinese 100 sentences︱everyday language:Being A Guest at A Friend's Home

Background:

If invited, a guest must arrive at a Chinese friend’s home on time. It is proper to be there a couple of minutes earlier, as being late is rude. Generally speaking, eating is more important than talking at a dining table for Chinese people think scant wine and dishes are impolite to guests. Mike is invited to her colleague Wang Li’s home.

Text:

Wánglì:fàn zuò hăo le, kuài lái chī ba.

王丽:饭做好了,快来吃吧。

Wang:Now everything is already prepared. Come on, let’s eat.

mài kè:zhè me duō cài, kàn zhe yăn dōu chán le.

麦克:这么多菜,看着眼都馋了。

Mike:So many delicious dishes! It makes my mouth water just to look at them.

Wánglì:lái, jiā cài, duō chī diănr.

王丽:来,夹菜,多吃点儿。

Wang:Here, take some more.

mài kè:zhè xiē cài dōu shì nín zì jĭ zuò de ma?

麦克:这些菜都有是您自己做的吗?

Mike:Did you cook all these dishes?

Wánglì:shì a, zĕn me yàng?

王丽:是啊,怎么样?

Wang:Yes. How do you like it?

mài kè:Zhōng guó rén zuò cài de shŏu yì zhēnbú cuò.

麦克:中国人做菜的手艺真不错。

Mike:The Chinese are very good at cooks.

Wánglì:lái, gĕi nĭ diănr zhè gè cài.

王丽:来给你点儿这个菜。

Wang:Now, let me help you with the dish.

mài kè:bié kè qì, wŏ zì jĭ lái.

麦克:别客气,我自己来。

Mike:Don’t stand on ceremony. I’ll help myself.

Wánglì:chī băo le ma?

王丽:吃饱了吗?

Wang:Are you full?

mài kè:xiè xiè, chī băo le.

麦克:谢谢,吃饱了。

Mike:Thanks, I’m quite full.

New words:

1. 朋友 péng yǒu: friend

2. 做客:zuò kè: be invited

3. 饭fàn: dinner

4 菜 cài: dish

5. 馋 chán: greedy

6. 自己 zì jĭ: oneself

7. 做菜 zuò cài: cook

8. 手艺不错 shŏu yì bú cuò: be good at

9. 夹菜 jiā cài: eat

10.  饱 băo: be full

Related courses reading

Learn Chinese 100 sentences︱everyday language: introduction

Learn Chinese 100 sentences︱everyday language:Talking about Family

Learn Chinese 100 sentences︱everyday language:Eating Roast Beijing Duck

Learn Chinese 100 sentences︱everyday language:Asking the Way

Learn Chinese 100 sentences︱everyday language:At the Free Market

Learn Chinese 100 sentences︱everyday language:At the Free Market

Background:

In Beijing agricultural products markets offer a varied assortment, at reasonable and negotiable prices. Mike is going to buy some grapes here.

Text:

mài kè:Láo jià, xī dān lí zhèr yuăn bù yuăn?

麦克:劳驾,西单离这儿远不远?

Mike:Excuse me, is Xidan far from here?

Lì li:Bĭ jiăo yuăn, qí chē dĕi èr shí wŭ fēn zhōng zuŏ yòu.

丽丽:比较远,骑车得25 分钟左右。

Lili:Yes, quite far. It will take you twenty-five minutes by bicycle.

mài kè:zuò chē fāng biàn ma?

麦克:坐车方便吗?

Mike:Is it easy to take a bus?

Lì li:Hěn fāng biàn, yao zuò qī zhàn chē, xià chē jiù shì.

丽丽:很方便,要坐七站车,下车就是。

Lili:Yes, very easy. You just take seven stations to go to Xidan. You can’t miss it.

mài kè:Qĭng wèn dào fŭ yòu jiē yŏu duō yuăn?

麦克:请问到府右街有多远?

Mike:And could you tell me how far is it to Fuyoujie from here?

Lì li:Nín qù xī dān de shí hòu, lù guò fŭ yòu jiē.

丽丽:您去西单的时候,路过府右街。

Lili:On your way to Xidan, you’ll pass by Fuyoujie.

mài kè:Fŭ yòu jiē dào xī dān yuăn bù yuăn?

麦克:府右街到西单远不远?

Mike:Is it far from Fuyoujie to Xidan?

Lì li:Bù yuăn le, zŏu shí fēn zhōng jiù dào le.

丽丽:不远了,走十分钟就到了。

Lili:Not too far, you just need to walk for ten minutes.

New words:

1. 自由市场 zì yóu shì chăng:free market

2. 斤 jīn: jīn (Chinese unit of weight)

3. 贵 guì: expensive

4. 便宜 pián yi: cheap

5. 最 zuì: most

6. 多 duō: a lot

7. 葡萄 pú táo: grape

8.  那么 nà me: then

More study recommendations

Learn Chinese 100 sentences︱everyday language: introduction

Learn Chinese 100 sentences︱everyday language:Talking about Family

Learn Chinese 100 sentences︱everyday language:Eating Roast Beijing Duck

Learn Chinese 100 sentences︱everyday language:Asking the Way

Learn Chinese 100 sentences︱everyday language:Asking the Way

Learn Chinese 100 sentences︱everyday language:Asking the Way

Learn Chinese 100 sentences︱everyday language: introduction

Learn Chinese 100 sentences︱everyday language:Talking about Family

Learn Chinese 100 sentences︱everyday language:Eating Roast Beijing Duck

Background:

When you have a trip or visit to your friends or acquaintances alone, you may come across an unknown or unclear address and you will have to ask the way. One day, Mike wants to go to Xidan and a warmhearted Beijing girl is telling him the way.

Text:

mài kè:Láo jià, xī dān lí zhèr yuăn bù yuăn?

麦克:劳驾,西单离这儿远不远?

Mike:Excuse me, is Xidan far from here?

Lì li:Bĭ jiăo yuăn, qí chē dĕi èr shí wŭ fēn zhōng zuŏ yòu.

丽丽:比较远,骑车得25 分钟左右。

Lili:Yes, quite far. It will take you twenty-five minutes by bicycle.

mài kè:zuò chē fāng biàn ma?

麦克:坐车方便吗?

Mike:Is it easy to take a bus?

Lì li:Hěn fāng biàn, yao zuò qī zhàn chē, xià chē jiù shì.

丽丽:很方便,要坐七站车,下车就是。

Lili:Yes, very easy. You just take seven stations to go to Xidan. You can’t miss it.

mài kè:Qĭng wèn dào fŭ yòu jiē yŏu duō yuăn?

麦克:请问到府右街有多远?

Mike:And could you tell me how far is it to Fuyoujie from here?

Lì li:Nín qù xī dān de shí hòu, lù guò fŭ yòu jiē.

丽丽:您去西单的时候,路过府右街。

Lili:On your way to Xidan, you’ll pass by Fuyoujie.

mài kè:Fŭ yòu jiē dào xī dān yuăn bù yuăn?

麦克:府右街到西单远不远?

Mike:Is it far from Fuyoujie to Xidan?

Lì li:Bù yuăn le, zŏu shí fēn zhōng jiù dào le.

丽丽:不远了,走十分钟就到了。

Lili:Not too far, you just need to walk for ten minutes.

New words:

1. 问路 wèn lù: ask the way

2. 离 lí: from

3. 这儿 zhèr: here

4. 远 yuăn: far

5. 劳驾 láo jià: excuse me

6. 坐车 zuò chē: take a bus

7. 方便 fāng biàn: easy

8. 左右 zuŏ yòu: about

9. 比较 bĭ jiăo: quite

10. 路过 lù guò: pass by

Learn Chinese 100 sentences︱everyday language: introduction

Learn Chinese 100 sentences︱everyday language:Talking about Family

Learn Chinese 100 sentences︱everyday language:Eating Roast Beijing Duck

Learn Chinese 100 sentences︱everyday language:Eating Roast Beijing Duck

Learn Chinese 100 sentences︱everyday language: introduction

Learn Chinese 100 sentences︱everyday language:Talking about Family

Background:

The roast duck is regarded as the specially delicate food of Beijing. Jane and Mike is now in the Beijing Quanjude Roast Duck Restaurant which has more than 120 years history.

Learn Chinese 100 sentences︱everyday language:Eating Roast Beijing Duck

Text:

Zhēnní:Cháng yī cháng, zhè shì zhèng zōng de Bĕijīng kǎo yā。

珍妮:尝一尝,这是正宗的北京烤鸭。

Jane:Have a taste. This is traditional Roast Beijing Duck.

Màikè:Zěn me gè chī fǎ?

麦克:怎么个吃法?

Mike:How to eat it?

Zhēnní:Xiān ná yī zhāng báo bĭng, bă yā piàn fàng zài lĭ miàn, rán hòu bă mŏ hăo jiàng de cōng jiā zài bĭng lĭ jiù kě yĭ chī le.

珍妮:先拿一张薄饼,把鸭片放在里面,然后把抹好酱的葱夹在饼里就可以吃了。

Jane:Put slices of roast duck inside the thin pancakes which are smeared with sweet bean sauce and scallion.

Màikè:Míng bái le.

麦克:明白了。

Mike:I see.

Zhēnní:Kăo yā de wèi dào zĕn me yàng?

珍妮:烤鸭的味道怎么样?

Jane:How does the roast duck taste?

Màikè:Wèi dào hăo jí le, zhēn shì míng bù xū chuán.

麦克:味道好极了,真是名不虚传。

Mike:It’s very delicious and it really has a well-deserved reputation.

生词New words:

1. 烤鸭 kǎo yā: roast duck

2. 吃 chī: eat

3. 尝一尝 cháng yī cháng: to taste

4. 正宗的 zhèng zōng de: traditional

5. 怎么 zěn me: how

6. 薄饼 báo bĭng: thin pancakes

7. 鸭片 yā piàn: sliced duck

8. 放 fàng: to put

9. 里面 lĭ miàn: inside

10. 然后 rán hòu: then

11. 酱 jiàng: sauce

12. 葱cōng: scallion

13. 真zhēn: really

14. 好极了hăo jí le: delicious

15. 名不虚传 míng bù xū chuán: to enjoy a well-deserved reputation

Learn Chinese 100 sentences︱everyday language: introduction

Learn Chinese 100 sentences︱everyday language:Talking about Family

Learn Chinese 100 sentences︱everyday language:Talking about Family

Learn Chinese 100 sentences︱everyday language: introduction

Learn Chinese 100 sentences︱everyday language:Eating Roast Beijing Duck

In China, people often ask about their friends’ parents or children during conversations to show respect and concern, and people asked are normally pleased about this. Therefore, talking about family is one of the most important aspects in a conversation.

Text:

mài kè:nĭ jiā yŏu shén me rén?

麦克:你家有什么人?

Mike:Who are there in your family?

lìli:wŏ, fù qīn, mŭ qīn, gē ge hé mèi mei.

丽丽:我,父亲,母亲,哥哥和妹妹。

Lili:My father, mother, an elder brother, a younger sister and me.

mài kè:nĭ fù qīn duō dà suì shù?

麦克:你父亲多大岁数?

Mike:How old is your father?

lìli:tā jīn nián liù shí le.

丽丽:他今年六十了。

Lili:He’s sixty years old.

mài kè:tā hái gōng zuò ma?

麦克:他还工作吗?

Mike:Is he still working?

lìli:tā yĭ jīng tuì xiū le.

丽丽:他已经退休了。

Lili:No, he’s already retired.

mài kè:nĭ mŭ qīn gōng zuò ma?

麦克:你母亲工作吗?

Mike:And your mother?

lìli:tā shì gè jiā tíng zhŭ fù.

丽丽:她是个家庭主妇。

Lili:She is a housewife.

mài kè:nĭ gē ge hé mèi mei ne?

麦克:你哥哥和妹妹呢?

Mike:How are your brother and sister?

lìli:wŏ gē ge shì dài fu. wŏ mèi mei hái zài shàng zhōng xué.

丽丽:我哥哥是大夫,我妹妹还在上中学。

Lili:My brother is doctor. My sister is studying in a middle school.

New words:

1. 家庭 jiā tíng(family)

2. 父亲fù qīn (father)

3. 母亲 mŭ qīn(mother)

4. 哥哥 gē ge(elder brother)

5. 妹妹 mèi mei(younger sister)

6. 退休 tuì xiū(to retire)

7. 大夫 dài fu(doctor)

8. 中学 zhōng xué(middle school)

Learn Chinese 100 sentences︱everyday language: introduction

Learn Chinese 100 sentences︱everyday language:Eating Roast Beijing Duck

Learn Chinese 100 sentences︱everyday language: introduction

Learn Chinese 100 sentences︱everyday language:Talking about Family

Learn Chinese 100 sentences︱everyday language:Eating Roast Beijing Duck

Self-Introduction is that every person in the workplace must experience one thing, but, some people do not use several times a year, and some people may need to do n times one weeks. Self-introduction in China is a very important means of establishing relationships and opening situations with strangers in our daily work, so it is a very important way for you to introduce yourself or get to know each other.

everyday language: introduction

A:

你好!你叫什么名字? nǐ hǎo ,nǐ jiào shén me míng zi ?

What ‘s your name?

B:

我叫张竺妮,你贵姓? wǒ jiào zhāng zhú nī,nǐ guì xìng?

My name is Zhang Zhu ni,May I have your name,please?

A:

我姓胡。wǒ xìng hú.

My surname is HU.

B:

你是哪国人? nǐ shì nǎ guó rén ?

Where are you from?

A:

我是泰国人。wǒ shì tài guó rén.

I am a Thai.

B:

你会说汉语吗? nǐ huì shuō hàn yǔ ma ?

Can you speak Chinese?

A:

我会一点儿。wǒ huì yì diǎnr.

I know a little.

B:

我说慢一点儿,可以吗? wǒ shuō màn yì diǎnr , kě yǐ ma?

I’ll speak slowly,ok?

A:

太好了,谢谢!tài hǎo le ,xiè xie.

That’s great,thanks!

B:

不客气!bú kè qi .

Not at all.

Learn Chinese 100 sentences︱everyday language:Talking about Family

Learn Chinese 100 sentences︱everyday language:Eating Roast Beijing Duck

The ten teaching methods of hanyu pinyin

Foreigners when they study Chinese pinyin, must hold good degrees, don’t rush in the previous lesson the phonetic part is over, usually beginning at least 20 to 30 hours to consolidate the phonetic knowledge and pronunciation skills, after the speech and correct learning should be throughout the whole teaching process, don’t be impatient for success. Now let’s say that there are some good ways to help students master Chinese pinyin quickly and accurately. The purpose of learning Chinese pinyin is to prepare for the later learning of Chinese characters.

① frame method

When foreigners are exposed to new things, they all hope that they will have a whole set of logic and framework as the foundation and learn Chinese as well. Therefore, when we talk about the pronunciation, we must give them the basic framework and slowly expand it into concrete Content. For example, it is often introduced as “hello”. Students are first told to pinyin Chinese characters (also pinyin is written on the whiteboard), and then pinyin is also divided into three parts, the left is the initials, a total of 21, the right Is the vowel , a total of 39, you can refer to the phonetic alphabet, the top of the tone called, a total of four, and then explain the pronunciation of each vowel consonant.

② experience method

Teaching students of the first initials, where is the first tell the students the sound of articulation, such as B P M are bilabial, so I just put them together to teach, and then let them experience from the lips of the sound, hair M N L R, put his hand on the vocal cords to go up and feel the vibrations, put his hand on his nostrils when mn feel the breath of flow, etc.

③ observation method

Phonetic teaching to visualize, multi-purpose some intuitive approach to teaching, such as the six basic unit sound can be positive mouth figure to display: let students to bring a small mirror, while watching the teacher’s demonstration and pictures, and imitation. This intuitive approach helps students grasp the mouth by mouth, lips, teeth, and lips.

④ Shun sound method

Some foreigners v have difficulties, then we can let him start i, and then keep the same tongue, lip round circle is v, learn to send sh, keep the pronunciation part of the same, vibrating vocal cords can be issued r.

⑤ gesture method

In practice tones when, for example, a teacher with 5 degrees notation shows the tone, pitch changes, can use gestures when practicing a emphasis effect, like a command, but also can use gestures to simulate the change of the tongue, such as hair Z C S and ZH CH SH flat become warped lingual, gestures presentation makes students feel much simpler. And distributing J Q X, the tip of the tongue to droop, and students send this a few sound, back on the tip of the tongue often encounter, pronounce, teachers can upright with his left hand, compared to the lower incisors, right hand back uplift, refers to the sagging, compared to the tongue surface, the tip of the tongue, such signal, can be very image simulation of pronunciation and correct mistakes.

⑥ contrast method

By contrast, make the students master the pronunciation characteristics of different, o round lip and e show a comparison of the former nasal vowels and nasal finals after synchronized to contrast, plenum and unaspirated sound of bp’s contrast, of course, when necessary, can prepare some pieces of paper, then put in his mouth, the vibration through the paper to understand plenum and the strength of the unaspirated sound airflow.

⑦ exaggeration method

In order to highlight some of Chinese pronunciation features, you can properly exaggerate the difference between tone and tone, tone and tone, such as syllable in front of soft deliberately prolonged, aggravating, and then issued a low and short soft sound; extend the sound length, increase the volume For example, the first phoneme of ai ei can be extended in pitch and can be practiced in exaggerated writing, tone, and dragging.

⑧ auxiliary method

With auxiliary to let the students understand the pronunciation characteristics of external things, for example, x and s are in trouble, forefinger auxiliary correction are available, and the index finger about 1 cm biting into the mouth, x hair tongue were under pressure, hair s tongue is under pressure, but I can feel the front of the tongue will top up.

⑨ foreign language guide method

Practise Chinese pronunciation with the help of the students ‘ existing foreign language pronunciation plagiarism, almost all students will be in English, and then immediately imitate the adjustment of the four sound a, and then let the students in English tone what, and then imitate one of the two sound A, in English s [es] to guide students to send Chinese initials.

⑩Attending language flow method

At this time we should pay attention to the tonal Chinese teaching, such as the former nasal an “an” issued by the time, we can send “Tiananmen” language flow, so that students unknowingly issue ” an “tone, and then stripped from the language flow” an “sound for students to experience, practice to skilled. But also in the language to correct the wrong pronunciation.

With so many methods, there is always a way to fit you… Start speaking standard Chinese today!

China Travel Daily Glossary

  1.问候和自我介绍(Wèn hòu hé zì wŏ jiè shào)

  1、Greetings and self introduction

  (1)

  A:你好(Nǐ hǎo)

  A:Hello

  B: 你好(Nǐhǎo)

  B: Hello

  A:我叫……(Wǒjiào……)

  A: My name is …

  你叫什么名字?( Nĭjiào shénme míngzì)?

  What is your name?

  B: 我叫……(Wǒjiào……)

  B: My name is …

  A:他是谁?(Tāshìshuí)

  A: Who is he?

  B:他是我同学。(Tāshìwǒtïngxuã)

  B: He is my classmate.

  A:你来自哪里?(Nĭ láizìnălĭ?)

  A: Where are you from?

  B: 我来自……。(Wǒláizì……)

  B: I’m from …

  A:你会说汉语吗?(Nĭ huìshuō hànyŭ ma?)

  A: Do you speak Chinese?

  B:我会说一点点汉语(Wǒhuìshuōyīdiăndiăn hànyǔ)。

  B: I can speak a little Chinese

  A: 认识你很高兴(Rènshí nǐhěn gāoxìng)。

  A: Nice to meet you

  B:我也很高兴(Wǒyěhěn gāoxìng)。

  B: I am also very happy.

  再见(Zài jiàn)!

  Goodbye

  A: 再见(Zài jiàn)!

  A: Goodbye

  2.询问联系方式和住址(Xúnwèn liánxìfāngshìhé zhùzhĭ)

  2. Ask for the contact information and address

  A: 请问你住哪里(Qĭng wèn nǐ zhù nǎ lĭ)?

  A: Excuse me, where do you live?

  B:我住学生宿舍8舍111 (Wǒzhù xuéshēng shùshè 8 shè 111)

  B: I live in student dormitory 8 homes 111

  欢迎来我的寝室玩儿。(Huānyíng lái wǒde qǐnshìWánr)

  Welcome to my bedroom play.

  A:好的,谢谢你的邀请。(Hǎo de, xiâxiânǐde yāoqǐng)

  A: Yes, thank you for your invitation.

  可以告诉我你的电话号码吗?(Kěyǐgàosùwǒnǐde diànhuàháomǎma)?

  Can you tell me your phone number?

  B:我的电话是……(Wǒde diànhuàshì……)

  B: My phone is …

  A:你们在达州住得习惯吗?(Nĭmen zài Dázhōu zhùde xíguàn ma ?)

  A: Do you live in Dazhou?

  B:习惯\不习惯(Xíguàn\Bùxíguàn)

  B: Habits \ not used

  A:我们电话联系吧。(Wǒmen diànhuàliánxìba)

  A: Let’s call it.

  3.点餐与结账((diǎncài yŭ jiézhàng)

  3. Order and checkout

  (1)A:你想吃什么(Nǐxiăng chīshénme)?

  (1) A: What do you want to eat

  我们有豆浆\馒头\包子\肉\米饭\汤…(Wŏmen yǒu dòujiāng \bāo zi\ròu\mĭfàn\ tāng…… )

  We have milk \ bread \ buns \ meat \ rice \ soup …

  B:我想吃(Wǒxiăng chī……)

  B: I want to eat

  A:好的。(Hăo de)

  A: Fine.

  B:请问多少钱?(Qĭngwèn duōshăo qián?)

  B: How much?

  A:….元钱(……yuán qián)

  A: … … money

  B:太贵了,可以便宜一点吗?(Tài gùi le, kěyǐ piányi yìdiǎn ma?)

  B: It’s too expensive, can it be cheaper?

  A:那好吧。(Nà hǎo ba.)

  A: That’s alright.

  (2)

  A:这个东西好吃吗?(Zhâge dōngxi hăochī ma?)

  A: Is this something delicious?

  B:好吃\不好吃(Hăochī\Bù hăochī)

  B: delicious \ not good

  4.买东西(Mǎi dōngxi)

  Buy something

  A:您要买什么(Nĭn yào măi shénme)?

  A: What do you want to buy

  B:我看看(Wŏ kànkan) 你这有笔吗?(Nǐzhâyǒu bǐma?)

  B: I see do you have this pen?

  A在这儿。(Zài zhâr):

  A is here.

  B:这个多少钱(Zhège duōshăoqián)

  B: How much is this?

  A:5元。(Wǔyuán)

  A: 5 yuan.

  B:打折吗(Dăzhé ma)?太贵了(Tài guì le) 便宜一点儿行吗(Piányì yìdiănr xíng ma)?

  B: Do you discount? Is it cheaper to do it ?

  A:好吧,(Hăo ba)那2元。(Nàliǎng yuán) 你要几支?(Nǐyào jǐzhī)

  A: Well, that , that 2 yuan. How many do you want?

  B:两支。(Liǎng zhī)

  B: Two.

  A:还要别的吗?(Hái yào biãde ma?)

  A: Anything else?

  B:不要了。(Búyào le)

  B: No.

  A:请慢走。(Qǐng mànzǒu)

  A: Please walk slowly.

  5. 打车(dǎchē)

  5. Take a taxi

  A:你要去哪里(Nǐyào qùnǎli)

  A: Where are you going?

  B:去超市(Qùchāoshì)

  B: Go to the supermarket

  A:好的(Hăo de)

  A:ok

  B:我有急事(Wǒyǒu jíshì) 请快一点(Qǐng kuàiyìdiǎn)

  B: I have a hurry ,please hurry up

  B: 大概要多长时间(Dàgài yào duōcháng shíjiān)?

  B: How long does it take?

  A:半个小时(Bàn gè xiăoshí)

  A: Half an hour

  6. 问路(wènlù)

  6. Ask the way

  (1)

  A:请问(Qǐngwèn),邮局在哪里(yóujúzài nǎlĭ)?

  A: Excuse me, where is the post office?

  B:向前走(Xiàng qián zǒu)

  B: Go forward

  A:打扰你了,谢谢.(Dǎrǎo nǐlē, xiâxiâ)

  A: Excuse me, thanks.

  B:没关系。(Mãi guān xi)

  B: It does not matter.

  (2)

  A:怎么去购物公园(Zěnme qùgòuwùgōngyuán)?

  A: How to go shopping park

  B:往左拐(Wǎng zuǒguǎi)。

  B: Turn left

  (3)

  A:洗手间在什么地方(Xǐshǒujiān zài shénme dìfāng)?

  A: Where are the toilets?

  B: 对不起,我不知道。(Duìbuqǐ, wǒbùzhīdào)

  B: I’m sorry, I do not know.

  (4)

  A:这儿附近有饭馆吗(Zhèr fùjìn yǒu fànguǎn ma)?

  A: Is there a restaurant nearby?

  B: 马路对面( Mǎ lù duì miàn )

  B: across the road

  A: 谢谢。(Xiâxie)

  A: Thank you.

  B:不客气。(Bù kè qì)

  B: You’re welcome.

  (5)

  图书馆怎么走( Wúshūguăn zěnme zǒu)?

  How to go to the library?

  (6)

  A:我们现在在哪里(Wǒmen xiànzài zàinǎlĭ)?

  A: Where are we now?

  B: 我们现在在四川达州。(Wǒmen xiànzài zài Sìchuān Dázhōu)

  B: We are now in Dazhou, Sichuan.

  (7)

  火车站怎么去(Huǒchēzhàn zĕnme qù)?

  How to get to the train station?

  7. 问时间(wèn shí jiān)

  7. Ask time

  (1)

  A:现在几点(Xiàn zài jĭ diǎn)?

  A: What time is it?

  B:1点(yī diăn)你有事吗?(Nǐyǒu shìma?)

  B: 1 o’clock, are you doing something?

  A:我2点去图书馆看书。(Wǒliǎng diǎn qùtúshūguǎn kàn shū)

  A: I went to the library at 2 o’clock to read a book.

  B:太好了,我们一起去吧。(Tài hǎo le, wǒmen míngtiān yìqǐba)

  B: Great, let’s go together.

  (2)

  A:今天几号 (jīn tiān jǐ hào)?

  A: What’s the date today?

  B:2号(Èr hào)

  B: No. 2

  A:那今天是你的生日?(Nàjīntiān shìnǐde shēngrì?)

  A: Is that your birthday today?

  B:是的,今天是我18岁的生日。(Shìde, jīntiān shìwǒshíbāsuìde shēngrì)

  B: Yes, today is my 18th birthday.

  A:你是1996年出生的?(Nǐshìyījiǔjiǔliùnián chūshēng de?)

  A: Are you born in 1996?

  B:是的,我属鼠。(Shìde, wǒshǔshǔ)

  B: Yes, I am a rat.

  (3)

  A:明天星期几(míng tiān xīng qī jǐ)?

  A: What day of the week is tomorrow?

  B:星期一/二/三/四/五/六/天。(Xīng qīyī/âr/sān/sì/wǔ/ Lìu/tiān)

  B: Monday / two / three / four / five / six days.

  (4)

  A:你什么时候有空 (nǐ shén me shí hòu yǒu kòng)?

  A: When are you free?

  B:周末我有空(zhōumò wǒyǒukòng)。

  B: I have time on weekends.

  A:那我们周末去逛街吧。(Nà wǒ men zhōu mî qù guàng jiē ba)

  A: Let’s go shopping on weekends.

  B:去哪里逛街呢?(Qùnǎlǐguàngjiēne?)

  B: Where to go shopping?

  A:市区怎么样?(shìqū zĕnmeyàng)

  A: How about downtown?

  B:好,那就去市区。(hăo, nà jiù qù shìqù)

  B: Well, go downtown.

  A:周末你喜欢做什么?(Zhōumò nĭ xĭhuān zuò shénme?)

  A: What do you like to do during the weekend?

  B:我喜欢踢足球\打篮球\打游戏(Wŏxĭhuān tízúqiú dălánqiú dăyóuxì)

  B: I like playing football, playing basketball, playing games

  (5)

  A:你今天下午有课吗?(Nǐjīntiān xiàwǔyǒu kâma?)

  A: Do you have a class this afternoon?

  B:有(yǒu)

  B: Yes

  A:你几点上课(nǐjǐdiǎn shàng kè)?

  A: When do you go to school?

  B: 我们2:40上课。(Wǒmen liǎng diǎn sìshíshàngkâ)

  B: We are 2:40 in class.

  8. 请求帮助(Qǐng qiú bāng zhù)

  8.Ask for help

  (1)

  A:你有什么事(Nǐyǒu shénme shì)?

  A: What are you doing?

  B:你能帮我一个忙吗(Nǐnéng bāngwǒyígè máng ma)?

  B: Can you do me a favor?

  我迷路了(Wǒmílùl e)。

  I’m lost.

  (2)

  A:你怎么了(Nǐ zěn me le)

  A: What’s the matter with you?

  B:麻烦你帮帮我吧(Máfán nǐbāngbāng wǒba) 我的饭卡丢了(Wǒde fànkă diū le)

  B: Trouble you help me, my rice card lost

  A:我帮你找找吧。(Wǒbāng nǐzhǎozhao ba)

  A: Let me help you find it.

  B:谢谢。(Xiâxie)

  B: Thank you.

  (3)

  救命(jiù mìng)

  Help