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ID: 2863 Elementary
In this lesson we hear a rather nosey friend ask what someone got their girlfriend as a present. We also discuss the usage of the common character 给／給／gei3 which in today's context means "to do some something for somebody". We also look at the sentence structure containing 跟／gen1 which is used when talking about doing something with somebody else. Check out Chinese Grammar Wiki for even more info about the usage of 给 gei3. Photo by jayneandd
Tue Mar 29 2016 | Gwilym, Fiona Tian
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|出去||chūqù||to go out|
nǐ shì gēn shéi yīkuàir5 chūqù de ？
Who did you go out with?
dāngrán shì gēn wǒ nǚpéngyou 。
My girlfriend, of course.
nǐ gēn tā dōu liáo le xiē shénme ？
What did you talk with her about?
yào gěi tā mǎi shénme shèngdàn lǐwù 。
What present she wants for Christmas.
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