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ID: 1704 Upper Intermediate
What does retirement mean to the Chinese elderly? Just pensions and a bunch of sitting around? Fortunately, some old folks have more interesting aspirations. In this Chinese lesson, we take a positive and a negative look at life after work.
Wed Jun 29 2011 | Dilu, John
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|甭提了||béng tí le||'don't bring it up'|
yō ，shì LǎoLiú a ？
Hey, is that Old Liu?
Lǎo Zhāng ？āiyā ，zánmen lǎo zhànyǒu duōshao nián méijiàn le ?
Old Zhang? Oh, man. How long has it been since us old war buddies have met?
kuài èrshí nián le ba ，nǐ zuìjìn zěnmeyàng ，tuìxiū le ma ？
Almost 20 years now, right? How have you been? Are you retired?
yǐjīng tuì le ，nǐ ne ？
I'm already retired. You?
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