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Using Ordinal Numbers in Chinese

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  In this All the Way to Intermediate lesson, we will go over ordinal numbers. Follow along and learn how to describe the order of items and events or more! Here are other related lessons from our library that will supplement this lesson and boost your Chinese level. Repeat after Me Two Movie Tickets Please Taxi Conversations: Small Talk
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第四 dìsì the fourth
第三 dìsān the third
prefix to form ordinal numbers
tiān day
这是我在上海的第三天
zhè shì wǒ zài Shànghǎi de dìsān tiān
This is the third day I have been in Shanghai.
我是第四个孩子。
wǒ shì dìsì ge háizi 。
I am the fourth child (of the family).
我有三个哥哥,我是第四个孩子。
wǒ yǒu sān ge gēge ,wǒ shì dìsì ge háizi 。
I have three brothers and I am the fourth child.
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