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Inviting Old Lee Out to Dinner
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ID: 2757 Elementary
Why are we inviting awkward old Lee out for dinner? Because someone wants to get on his good books so that they can date his sister.You'll also get load of practice with the "question word 都" structure.
Mon Aug 31 2015 | Fiona Tian, Gwilym
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|请...吃饭||qǐng...chīfàn||to treat someone to a meal|
qǐng Lǎo Lǐ chīfàn zhēn máfan ！
It's such a pain buying Old Lee dinner.
duì ，yīnwèi tā shénme dōu bú ài chī 。
Yeah, because there is nothing he likes to eat.
háiyǒu ，zài nǎli chīfàn tā dōu bù gāoxìng 。
Also, he is never happy no matter where he eats.
suǒyǐ shéidōu bù xiǎng qǐng tā chīfàn 。
That's why no one want's to buy him dinner.
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