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ID: 0579 Intermediate
Cultural divide is at times nowhere more evident than in matters of appetite. When it comes to cravings--you're pining for potato chips, she's fancying feet. You're itchin' for a little twinkie-binging loving, she's hankering for a little o' the necks. In this podcast, food-fusion, east-meets-west, necks-meet-pretzels... learn how to nosh in Mandarin Chinese!
Tue Jul 17 2007 | Jenny, John
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|垃圾食品||lājī shípǐn||junk food|
nǐ zài chī shénme ？
What are you eating?
niúròugān 。xiānglà de ，tèbié hǎochī 。nǐ yě lái yī kuài ？
Beef jerky. It's spicy, and especially good. You want a piece?
bùyào 。língshí wǒ háishi xǐhuan shǔpiàn hé qiǎokèlì 。
No. When it comes to snacks, I like potato chips and chocolate.
nàxiē dōu shì lājī shípǐn ，rèliàng hěn gāo de 。
Those are junk food. They're high in calories.
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