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Asking for Leave
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IN THIS LESSON
ID: 1030 Elementary
Everybody needs a little time away... and in this podcast you're going to learn how to ask for it in Chinese. With the plethora of guests you're going to be fielding in your new found home away from home, chances are this will be high-frequency vocab for you. So listen in and learn... and get ready for your new favorite hobby: tour guide.
Thu Nov 13 2008 | Jenny, Ken
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|请假||qǐngjià||to ask for leave|
|爸爸妈妈||bàba māma||dad and mom|
lǎobǎn ，wǒ xiǎng qǐngjià 。
Sir, I'd like some time off.
shénme shì ？
wǒ bàba māma yào lái Shànghǎi 。
My dad and mom are going to come to Shanghai.
ō 。shénme shíhou ？
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