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A Morning Run or An Evening Run?
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IN THIS LESSON
ID: 2555 Intermediate
Does your exercise program include running? Running has many health benefits, but the question is, is it better to run in the morning or in the evening? Listen in as two friends make plans to run together.
Sun Oct 19 2014 | Jenny, Ryan
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Each lesson has it's unique vocabulary and will provide you with definitions and recordings so you can practice the pronunciation. You will also be able to grasp the core material of a lesson at a glance. Here we're showing you the Simplified Chinese version.
|约||yuē||to make an appointment|
|难道||nándào||(used to give force to a rhetorical question)|
zuótiān yuē hǎo yīqǐ qù pǎobù de ，nǐ qù nǎr la ？
Yesterday, we made an appointment to run. Where did you go?
míngmíng shì nǐ méi lái ！wǒ zuótiān henzǎo zǎo jiù qǐchuáng le ，liù diǎnzhōng zhǔnshí zài tǐyùchǎng ménkǒu děng nǐ de 。
It was obvious that you didn't come! I got up really early yesterday, and was at the entrance of the stadium on time, waiting for you at six o'clock.
zǎoshang liù diǎn ？
In the morning at six o'clock?
nándào bùshì ma ？
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