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ID: 2907 Elementary
In this video lesson, we teach you how to arrange to meet someone at a time and place. This is super useful and invaluable for scheduling meetings, dates, and events. In order to do this, we need to learn the 从... 到... (cóng... dào...) structure. This is used in the same way as "from... to..." in English, and can be used both for times and places. In this lesson, we focus on times, but if you want to learn more about places, we recommend you watch this lesson also. How Far From Here to There?
Wed Jun 15 2016 | Gwilym, Fiona Tian
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|得||děi||to have to|
|上课||shàngkè||to attend (class)|
nǐ míngtiān xiàwǔ yào zuò shénme ？
What are you doing tomorrow afternoon?
xiàwǔ wǒ děi shàng zhōngwénkè 。
I have to go to Chinese class in the afternoon.
jǐ diǎn shàngkè ？shàng duō jiǔ ？
What time does your class start? And how long does it last?
cóng sān diǎn dào wǔ diǎn ，shàng liǎng gè xiǎoshí 。
It's from three to five, so class is two hours.
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