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I'm So Hungry!
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ID: 2784 Elementary
Have you ever wanted to express that you were so hungry that you could eat a horse? Listen to today's lesson to find out how to say extremes of something. If you'd like to take this structure further, listen to a related intermediate Qing Wen here
Tue Oct 20 2015 | Gwilym, Fiona Tian
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|一下子||yīxiàzi||in a short while|
|吃完了||chīwán le||to have finished eating|
|饿||è||to be hungry|
nǐ chī de zhēn kuài ！yīxiàzi jiù bǎ sānshí lì shuǐjiǎo chīwán le 。
You're really gulping down your food! You ate 30 dumplings all at once.
yīnwèi wǒ è de bùdéliǎo ！
Because I'm so freaking hungry!
nǐ wèishénme zhème è ne ？
Why are you so hungry?
wǒ méi chī zǎocān 。
I didn't eat breakfast.
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