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Charging your Phone on the Run
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ID: 2568 Elementary
Running out of battery on your phone can be a pain when you're waiting for an important call or you're just really eager to see what Kim Kardashian's going to post on Twitter next. If you don't want to carry your charger with you and fight it out for outlet space in a cafe, maybe an external battery pack is for you, but do you know how to deal with a dying battery in Chinese? This lesson will teach you some very useful vocabulary in this regard.
Wed Nov 05 2014 | Adam, Jenny
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|点菜||diǎncài||to order (at a restaurant)|
|没电||méidiàn||to be out of power|
|时||shí||when, at the time|
kuài diǎncài ，bié kàn shǒujī le 。
Hurry up and order, stop looking at your phone.
āiyā ！kuài méidiàn le 。
Oh dang! I'm almost out of battery.
nǐ dài chōngdiànqì le ma ？
Did you bring your charger?
dài le 。
Yes, I brought it.
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