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Likes and Dislikes - Hobbies

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  In this All the Way to Intermediate lesson, learn how to talk about your hobbies, and how to say that you like or dislike doing something. Here are other related lessons from our library that will supplement this lesson and boost your Chinese level. The Mean Boss University Major: Part 2 What Are Your Hobbies?
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喜欢 xǐhuan to like
爱好 àihào hobby; interests
电影 diànyǐng movie; film
游泳 yóuyǒng swimming
nǐ de àihào shì shénme ?
What are your hobbies?
wǒ xǐhuan kàn diànyǐng 。
I like to watch movies.
wǒ xǐhuan yóuyǒng 。
I like to swim.
nǐ xǐhuan yóuyǒng ma ?
Do you like to swim?
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