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ID: 1539 Intermediate
Now both Beijing and Shanghai have official Apple Stores, just in time for the release of the iPad. What do you think of the iPad? Revolution in computing, or an over-sized (overpriced) iPhone? No matter where you stand on the issue, this lesson will equip you to make some comments on the Apple iPad in Chinese.
Wed Nov 10 2010 | Jenny, John
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|家||jiā||[measure word for stores]|
nàbiān xīn kāi le yī jiā Píngguǒ zhuānmàidiàn ，wǒmen qù kàn kan ba 。
A new official Apple store opened over there. How about we go check it out?
nǐ hái xiǎng kàn shénme ，bùshì gāng mǎi le iPhone sì ma ?
What else do you want to check out? Didn't you just buy an iPhone 4?
wǒ xiǎng kàn kan iPad 。
I want to check out the iPad.
wǒ quàn nǐ bié mǎi iPad 。
I really don't think you should buy an iPad.
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