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Which City Do You Like?
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ID: 1972 Newbie
Ah, the eternal question... do you like Shanghai, or do you like Beijing? It's a question that both Chinese and foreigners alike enjoy debating, and with the rapid development of both cities, it kind of feels like a new discussion every time. So take your first steps into this discussion in Chinese with this lesson!
Mon Jul 09 2012 | Greg, Jenny
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|住||zhù||to live, to reside|
nǐ zhù zài Shànghǎi ma ？
Do you live in Shanghai?
bùshì ，wǒ zhù zài Běijīng 。nǐ ne ？
No, I live in Beijing. What about you?
wǒ zhù zài Shànghǎi 。nǐ xǐhuan Shànghǎi háishi Běijīng ？
I live in Shanghai. Do you like Shanghai or Beijing more?
wǒ xǐhuan Běijīng 。
I like Beijing.
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