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Punctuation Marks

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ID: QW0212 Intermediate
Great news, Chinesepod listeners! Today we have an extra special and unique lesson for you. What is it, you ask? Two words: punctuation marks! Before you think to yourself, "Punctuation marks? Do I look like I'm in elementary school?", pause and listen in; you just might learn something about how English and Chinese punctuation differs (and some useful insight into "air quotes")! As always, leave any comments and questions you might have below...
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biāodiǎn fúhào
Punctuation mark.
wènhào ?
Question mark?
gǎntànhào !
Exclamation point!
tài guì le !
Too expensive!
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