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I Can't Finish My Food
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ID: 2939 Elementary
Today's lesson is about a picky eater who never finishes their food. Learn some great ways to say that you're full and can't eat any more. Photo by Megan Lloyde
Tue Aug 16 2016 | Fiona Tian, Gwilym
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|炸酱面||zhájiàngmiàn||noodles with fried bean sauce|
nǐ bùshì zuì xǐhuan zhájiàngmiàn ma ？zěnme bù chī wán ？
Aren't noodles with fried bean sauce your favorite? Why haven't you finished them?
wǒ chībuwán ，wǒ hūrán bù xiǎng chī le 。
I can't finish it, I suddenly don't feel like eating.
nǐ chībùxià ma ？kěshì nǐ cái chī le yībàn 。
You can't eat anymore? But you just ate half.
kěshì wǒ zhēn de chī bǎo le ，shèngxià de nǐ bāng wǒ chī ba ！
But I'm really full, help me eat the rest!
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