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Take Some Medicine
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IN THIS LESSON
ID: 1688 Pre Intermediate
Now, we all know when we get the flu, there’s nothing we like more than to do a little whining about it. In this podcast you will learn how to tell someone who cares about your sore throat and headache, using Mandarin Chinese. And when you do, there will be no shortage of friends sure to want to bring you some nice Chinese medicine. Open up!
Mon Jun 06 2011 | Jason, Jenny
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|to have a headache
nǐ zěnmele ？nǎlǐ bù shūfu ？
What's the matter? Where do you feel uncomfortable?
wǒ tóuténg ，hóulóng yě téng 。wǒ gǎnmào le 。
I have a headache and a sore throat. I have a cold.
nǐ chīyào le ma ？
Did you take any medication?
wǒ chī le ，dànshì méiyòng 。
I did, but it didn't work.
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