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When Do You Shower?
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ID: 3001 Elementary
When do you shower? In the morning or in the evening. In the East, it's common to shower once you get home for the day, and most people wouldn't dream of going to bed without first bathing. Learn useful ways to ask colloquial and relaxed questions about what someone has been doing with their weekend. Image from Pixabay
Tue Dec 13 2016 | Fiona Tian, Gwilym
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zuótiān dàojiā dōu zuò le shénme ？
What did you do when you got home yesterday?
xǐ le gè zǎo ，hái kàn le huǐr shū ，nǐ ne ？
I showered and then read a little, you?
wǒ chī le gè fàn ，gēn nǚpéngyou dǎ gè diànhuà liáoliao tiān ，ránhòu jiù qù shuì le 。
I ate dinner, then called my girlfriend to chat, then I just went to sleep.
nǐ méi xǐzǎo ？zāngguǐ ！
You didn't shower? You filthy git!
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