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Volunteering in China
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ID: 1884 Intermediate
This lesson is for all our users who are looking for a meaningful ways to spend their free time and help the less fortunate. We're joining a group of friends as they discuss volunteerism in China, a country whose astonishing wealth gap is only widening and whose poorest live in truly harsh conditions. Listen in and be sure to chime in with your own volunteering experiences, in China or not, in the comments section below.
Wed Mar 07 2012 | Dilu, John
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jiěmèi men ，bùhǎoyìsi ，wǒ lái wǎn le 。āi ，zěnme hái shǎo yī ge ？Xiǎoyuè ne ？
Hey girls, sorry I'm late. Hey, aren't we short one person? Where's Xiao Yue?
tā qù xībù de yī ge nóngcūn dāng zhìyuànzhě le 。
She went to volunteer at a village out west.
ǎ ？tā zěnme bù gēn wǒ shuō a ？tā yào qù duō jiǔ ？
What? Why didn't she tell me? How long will she be there?
dàgài liǎng ge yuè ba 。
Around two months.
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