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Baby Talk: Eat up!
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ID: 0145 Newbie
In another addition to our “Baby Talk” series, Ken and Jenny talk this time about encouraging your little bundle of joy to eat something…or not. In this podcast, learn how to tell your baby to eat up, using Mandarin Chinese. As far as explaining why “fish at the table” and “fish in the bowl” are different, you’re on your own.
Fri May 19 2006 | Jenny, Ken
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bǎobao ，chī zhège ，zhège hěn hǎochī 。
Baby, eat this. This is very delicious.
bǎobao ，bùyào chī nàge 。
Baby, don’t eat that.
bǎobao ，yào buyào chī zhège ？
Baby, do you want to eat this?
bǎobao ，bùyào chī nàge 。nàge duì nǐ bù hǎo 。
Baby, don’t eat that. It’s not good for you.
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