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An Athlete's Strengths and Weaknesses
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ID: 1999 Upper Intermediate
Being a true fan of any sport requires you to have a slightly deeper knowledge of participating athletes than "he runs really fast" or "she jumps really high." Learn how to participate in such discussions about endurance, strength, and slightly more complex strategy in today's upper-intermediate lesson.
Wed Aug 15 2012 | Jenny, John
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|看好||kànhǎo||to favor, to regard well|
juésài kāishǐ le ma ？
Has the final race started yet?
kuài le ，kuài le 。nǐ zěnme zhème jǐnzhāng ？
Almost. Why are you so nervous?
zhè kěshì sì nián yīcì de Àoyùnhuì ，néng jìnrù juésài de dōu shì gāoshǒu zhōng de gāoshǒu 。（dī --）kuài kàn ，kāishǐ le 。
The Olympics only happen once every four years; those who make it to the finals are the best of the best. (Beep) Look, it's started.
nǐ bǐjiào kànhǎo shéi ？
Who's your favorite to win?
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