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Blaming Your Partner in Chinese
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ID: 4050 Intermediate
In this lesson we teach you some great words and phrases for blaming your partner in Mandarin Chinese. In this dialogue, a couple are arguing about why one of them booked such an odd time for a show and how they're worried they might not make the showing on time.
Wed Nov 15 2017 | Fiona Tian, Gwilym
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|戏||xì||play; show; drama|
|场次||chǎngcì||the number of showings of a movie, play etc|
|出发||chūfā||to set off|
xiǎofāng ，wǒmen kàn jǐdiǎn de xì ？
Xiaofang, what time is the movie we’re seeing?
wǒ dìng le wǔ diǎn bàn de chǎngcì 。
I booked the 5 o’clock screening.
nǐ zěnme dìng zhème zǎo de shíjiān ，bùpà gǎnbùshàng ma ？
Why did you book such an early screening? Aren’t you worried we won’t make it?
háishuō ne ，háibúshì nǐ kàn wán xì yào gēn péngyou jiànmiàn kāihuì ，wǒ zhǐhǎo dìng zhège shíjiān 。
You really have the cheek? It was you that said you had a meeting with a friend after the film, so that’s the only time I could book.
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