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I am not that hungry

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ID: 4273 Newbie
In this lesson, Joe and Lyn will show you a useful sentence to politely turn down someone’s invitation to a meal, and you'll also learn how to express feeling hungry or thirsty in Chinese! Let's check it out!
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SIMPLIFIED PINYIN ENGLISH  
烧烤 shāokǎo barbecue
不太 bùtài not too
但是 dànshì but
thirsty
我们去吃烧烤,好吗?
wǒmen qù chī shāokǎo ,hǎo ma ?
Let’s go have barbecue, ok?
我不太饿。但是我很渴。
wǒ bù tài è 。dànshì wǒ hěn kě 。
I am not that hungry. But I am very thirsty.
那去喝奶昔吧!
nà qù hē nǎixī ba !
Then let’s go have a milkshake.
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