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ID: 1953 Elementary
Who doesn't love being an amateur food critic? Strong, weak, bland, flavorful; OK, maybe they're not the most expressive adjectives in the book, but they're still useful when discussing your food. Learn some basic words in Mandarin Chinese to discuss your food's flavor in today's elementary lesson.
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chá tea
味道 wèidao flavor
不太 bùtài not too
nóng strong (of flavor)
zhè ge chá de wèidao bùtài nóng 。
This tea isn't very strong.
nà nǐ hē yǐnliào ba 。
Then drink the drinks.
yǐnliào yě bù hǎohē 。wǒ hē tāng 。
The drinks taste bad, too. I'll drink the soup.
hǎo 。
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