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Where Are We Going, Dad?
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ID: 2516 Upper Intermediate
"Where Are We Going, Dad?" (爸爸去哪儿?) is a very popular TV program featuring famous dads who take their children on trips to remote places. In today's lesson, two viewers chat about the program and how their views of raising children are affected.
Mon Aug 25 2014 | David, Jenny
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nǐ zuìjìn yǒumeiyǒu kàn 《bàba qù nǎr 》a ？
Have you watched "Where are We Going, Dad?" recently?
dāngrán la ，zhème huǒ de jiémù wǒ zěnme kěnéng méi kàn ！dì yī jì hé dì èr jì wǒ dōu kàn le 。
Of course. It's such a popular program. How could I not watch it?! I have watched the first and second seasons.
nà nǐ duì jiémù lǐ míngxīng jiàoyù háizi de fāngshì ，yǒu shénme kànfǎ ma ？
What do you think of the way that the stars in the show teach their children?
wǒ juéde jiāo nánhái jiù yīnggāi xiàng guōtāo nàyàng ，yào yánlì yīdiǎn 。
I think that to teach a boy, you should be like Guo Tao and be a bit stricter.
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