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I Don't Feel Well 我不舒服

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ID: 4083 Pre Intermediate
This lesson introduces dialog that expresses how to communicate when someone doesn't look well and when someone one has an upset stomach. The vocabulary includes the descriptions of how one feels as well as examples of popular Chinese midnight snack. This is pre-intermediate, so we are using more Chinese to explain the lesson. The Expansion and Grammar sections have a lot of material to work on, as well. Enjoy! And let's hope you don't ever have to use this material!
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脸色 liǎnsè complexion
看起来 kànqǐlai seemingly; apparently; looks as if
肚子 dùzi belly; abdomen; stomach
téng (it) hurts; sore; to love dearly
nǐ de liǎnsè kànqǐlai bùtàihǎo 。nǐ háihǎo ma ?
You don't look well. Are you ok?
wǒ de dùzi téng děi bùdéliǎo 。
I have a terrible stomach-ache.
nǐ shì chī le shénme ?
What did you eat?
zuótiān bànyè wǒ hé péngyou chūqù chī xiāoyè ,wǒ chī le yī wǎn niúròumiàn ,wǒmen hái diǎn le yīxiē xiǎocài ,hē le yīxiē píjiǔ 。
Last night at midnight, I went out to eat a snack with friends, I ate a bowl of beef noodles. We also ordered some side dishes and drank some beer.
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