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Chinese Holidays 中国的节日
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ID: 4113 Elementary
The Chinese love their holidays! Review the most popular ones with Grace and Jenny.
Sun Sep 30 2018 | Jenny, Grace
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|重要||zhòngyào||important; significant; major|
|忙||máng||busy; hurriedly; to hurry|
Zhōngguó yǒu hěnduō jiérì ma ?
Are there a lot of festivals in China?
yǒu a ，yǒu hěnduō 。
Yes, there are many.
nǐ kěyǐ gàosu wǒ yīxiē zhòngyào de jiérì ma ？
Can you tell me some important holidays?
yǒu liù ge chuántǒng jiérì 。Chūnjié ，Chūnjié shì nónglì zhēngyuèchūyī ，Yuánxiāojié ，Yuánxiāojié shì nónglì zhēngyuèshíwǔ ，Qīngmíngjié ，Qīngmíngjié shì Sìyuè wǔ rì ,Duānwǔjié ，Duānwǔjié shì nónglì Wǔyuè chūwǔ ，Zhōngqiūjié ，Zhōngqiūjié shì nónglì Bāyuè shíwǔ ，Chóngyángjié ,Chóngyángjié shì nónglì jiǔ yuèchū jiǔ 。
There are six traditional festivals. The Spring Festival is the first day of the first month of the lunar calendar. The Lantern Festival is the fifteenth day of the first month of the lunar calendar. The Ching Ming Festival is April 5th. The Dragon Boat Festival is the fifth day of the fifth lunar month. Mid-Autumn Festival is the 15th day of the eighth lunar month. The Double Ninth Festival is the 9th day of the ninth lunar month.
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