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Dreaming of You
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ID: 2009 Intermediate
Are you a dream reader, a modern-day Zhougong? Do you like to share your dreams with your friends? Then today's lesson is for you! While telling someone that you dreamt about them might be a little creepy, the story (or omens of wealth within!) might make it worth divulging. Listen in to today's intermediate lesson in which a girl tells her friend about her particularly strange dream.
Wed Aug 29 2012 | Dilu, John
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|to see in a dream
|pool of water
zuówǎn wǒ zuò le ge mèng ，mèngjiàn nǐ le 。
Last night I had a dream. I dreamt of you.
shìma ？mèngjiàn wǒ zài zuò shénme ？
Really? What did you dream me doing?
mèngjiàn nǐ zài yī ge shuǐchí biān wánr 。
I dreamt that you were playing near a pool.
mèngjiàn shuǐ shì hǎo mèng 。ránhòu ne ？
Dreaming of water is good. What happened next?
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