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Furnishing With The Seasons
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ID: 2774 Intermediate
Do you change the interior of your house according to the seasons? Learn how to talk about furnishing your house in Chinese. You'll also learn about: Discussing the change of seasons Plans for things How plans have changed Talking about your expectations
Tue Sep 29 2015 | Fiona Tian, Gwilym
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|咱们||zánmen||we (inclusive of interlocutor)|
|干嘛||gànmá||why; what are you doing?|
zánmen bǎ jiālǐ de chuānglián huàn yī huàn hǎo ma ？
Let's change the curtains in our house, OK?
chuānglián hǎohāo de ，gànmá huàn ？
The curtains are great, why would we change them?
zhè yánsè tài shēn le ，měidào xiàtiān jiù juéde jiālǐ hǎo rè 。
They're too dark, every time summer comes it feels like the house is so hot.
kěshì qiūtiān 、dōngtiān kàn zhe jiù juéde wēnnuǎn ，shì nǐ shuō jiālǐ yīnggāi yào wēnnuǎn de 。
But in autumn and winter, looking at them makes one feel warmer, it's you who said the house should be warm.
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