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ID: 0997 Intermediate
'Bun in the oven' lost something when you tried to translate it to 'baozi in a steamer basket.' In this podcast, learn how to break the news to your significant other that you're with child. And learn how to prepare yourself for the weird and wonderful cravings of a Chinese mother-to-be. We're not talking pickles and peanut butter, either...
Mon Sep 29 2008 | Jenny , John
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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.
|吃坏肚子||chī huài dùzi||to eat something that upsets your stomach|
|吐||tù||to throw up|
zěnme le ？
méi shénme 。
shì bu shì chī huài dùzi le ？
Did you eat something that upset your stomach?
méiyǒu 。zhèliǎngtiān zǎoshang lǎoshì xiǎng tù 。
No. The past two mornings I keep feeling like I'm going to throw up.
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