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ID: 0816 Newbie
When faced with the 'Do Chinese people really say ni hao ma or are they just succumbing to Englese' quandary, here is a lesson you can use to circumvent these deep unanswerable how-are-you-dilemmas. An alternative greeting option in Mandarin. In this podcast, learn how to ask after a peep in all new exciting ways. And special bonus--two ambiguous answers in one dialogue. Do the Chinese know how to evade, or what?
Mon Mar 10 2008 | Jenny , Ken
Our lessons contain natural communication in Chinese in video and audio format. We have have lessons focused on video or a podcast format and our lessons have transcripts of Lesson Dialogues, Important Vocabulary, Expanded Materials for a deep dive into the lesson topic and Exercises focused on testing your retention.
Each lesson has it's unique vocabulary and will provide you with definitions and recordings so you can practice the pronunciation. You will also be able to grasp the core material of a lesson at a glance. Here we're showing you the Simplified Chinese version.
|fine; passable; okay
|all right; not bad
nǐhǎo ，zuìjìn hái hǎo ma ？
Hello! Have you been all right lately?
hái kěyǐ 。nǐ ne ？
I'm OK. How about you?
wǒ zuìjìn hěn máng 。
I've been very busy lately.
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