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The Pen is Out of Water
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ID: 4293 Newbie
In this newbie lesson, we are looking for some common office supplies, and in doing so, you have to learn how to use the sentence structure 没...了. I know what you're thinking, "The pen is out of...water? That's just bad English". I assure you that it's not a typo, but a way to help you remember how to express "The pen is out of ink" in Chinese. Let's check out today's lesson!
Mon Mar 16 2020 | Joe, Lyn
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dǎyìnjī méi zhǐ le 。
The printer ran out of paper.
guìzi lǐ yǒu 。
There’s paper in the cabinet.
bǐ méi shuǐ le 。
The pen ran out of ink.
chōutì lǐ yǒu Xīn de 。
There’s a new one in the drawer.
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