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I Like Those Sweet Kind of Things
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ID: 2912 Elementary
In this lesson, we teach you some excellent ways to say etcetera. We'll teach one, some formal ways, as well as some more colloquial ways. Finally, we'll learn to say what kind of food you like to eat.
Thu Jun 23 2016 | Gwilym, Fiona Tian
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nǐ xǐhuan chī tián de dōngxi ma ?
Do you like eating sweet things?
xǐhuan ，xiàng dàngāo 、bǐnggān 、bīngqílín zhīlèi de wǒ dōu xǐhuan 。
Yes, I like things like cake, cookies, ice cream.
wǒ bù xǐhuan chī tiánshí ，wǒ xǐhuan là de dōngxi 。
I don't like eating sweet things, I like spicy things.
hǎo tèbié ，xiàng shénme ?
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