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Picking things up: 拿、带、取
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ID: QW0126 Elementary
Dài 带, ná 拿 and qǔ 取. Which to use and when? This is an important question and one that the CPod team is tackling in today's enlightening episode of Qing Wen. Oh, and you'll be learning about some of the strange qualities of your friendly ChinesePod hosts (Connie often carries a gun and John never has money on him! Huh?).
Sat Nov 28 2009 | Connie, John, Liliana
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xiàyǔ le ，nǐ dài sǎn le ma ？
It started raining. Did you bring an umbrella?
wǒ wàng dài yàoshi le 。
I forgot to bring my keys.
dài yīxiē jiǔ 。
Bring some alcohol.
bié dài qiāng 。
Don't carry a gun.
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