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Priority seats: To sit or not to sit
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ID: 4340 Pre Intermediate
To sit or not to sit, that is the question in the modern society. Giving up your seat to elders and those in need is considered to be a virtue in Asia, but in recent years, it has become a moral obligation. If you have ever sit in a priority seat and endured the mental pressure of someone asking you to stand up, this lesson is for you!
Mon Jun 15 2020 | Joy, Joshua
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|酸||suān||to be sore|
|让位||ràngwèi||to yield a seat|
ài ，wǒ de tuǐ hǎo suān a 。
Oh, my legs hurt.
nàli yǒu ge kōngwèi ，qù zuò ba 。
There is an empty seat, go take it.
suànle ba ，nà shì bóàizuò 。
Nevermind, that is a priority seat.
yǒu shénme guānxi 。yǒu rén lái zài ràngwèi jiù hǎo le 。
What's the matter. Just give up your seat for them if anyone comes.
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