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Cold Weather Is Coming
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ID: 1357 Elementary
One thing is true about the weather these days: it's really unpredictable! People generally try to stay on top of the weather news in China, but despite an effort to stay informed, one of the characters in today's lesson will most definitely be feeling the chill tomorrow. Tune in to find out why!
Mon Feb 15 2010 | Jenny, John
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Shànghǎi ，língxià sān dù dào yī dù 。
Shanghai, negative 3 to 1 degrees.
tiān a ！míngtiān zhème lěng ！
Oh gosh! Tomorrow is going to be so cold!
shì a ！lěngkōngqì lái le 。
Yeah! Cold weather is coming!
nà wǒ míngtiān duō chuān diǎnr 。wǒ de dàyī ne ？
Well, then I'll dress warmly tomorrow. Where's my overcoat?
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