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ID: 0545 Elementary
Some love to watch Olympic swimming--the poignant fortitude of the human spirit, the split-second heart-breaking culmination to a lifetime of training, the record-crushing photo finishes, the heart-wrenching agony of defeat. Others, however, appreciate something different. The robust, wet, speedo-clad chisled physiques. . . a testimony to the exquisiteness of human anatomy in it's highest form. . . (sigh). Whatever your thing, listen in to this podcast, and learn about Olympic swimming in Mandarin Chinese.
Wed Jun 13 2007 | Jenny, Ken
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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.
|游泳||yóuyǒng||swimming; to swim|
wǒ zuì ài kàn àoyùnhuì yóuyǒng bǐsài 。
I love watching Olympic swimming the most.
wǒ yě shì ，tèbié shì zìyóuyǒng 。
Me too, especially freestyle.
diéyǒng yě bùcuò 。
The butterfly stroke is also not bad.
wāyǒng zuì lèi 。hái yǒu yī ge shì shénme ？
The breaststroke is the most tiring. And what's the other one?
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