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ID: 4074 Intermediate
In this lesson, we hear two ladies gossiping about a new coworker who they haven't yet met. We will listen in as one asks questions about the new employee. Grace and Jenny review how to ask questions about another person. They also discuss how to let someone know when you are impressed with their accomplishments.
Thu Jun 07 2018 |
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Each lesson has it's unique vocabulary and will provide you with definitions and recordings so you can practice the pronunciation. You will also be able to grasp the core material of a lesson at a glance. Here we're showing you the Simplified Chinese version.
|to hold; to grasp; to clench (one's fist)
|department; branch; section
|if; in case; in the event that
nàge Xīn tóngshì shì shéi ？
Who is that new colleague?
shǒulǐ wò zhe bǐ zhàn zài ménkǒu de nàge ma ？
You mean the one holding a pen and standing at the door?
tā jiào ，gāng cóng Běijīng bàngōngshì tiáo dào Shànghǎi 。
She just transferred to Shanghai from Beijing office.
nà tā xiànzài shì zài nǎge bùmén gōngzuò ā ？
And which department is she working at?
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