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Which Train Station?

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ID: 2042 Elementary
When catching a train in a Chinese city, you need to know which train station you're leaving from. Cities will often have several train stations, and they are often nowhere near each other. In this lesson, a traveler in Shanghai is surprised to find that his taxi driver asks him which train station he wants to go to.
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师傅 shīfu Sir
火车站 huǒchēzhàn train station
上海 Shànghǎi Shanghai
shīfu ,wǒ qù huǒchēzhàn 。
Sir, I’m going to the train station.
nǎ ge huǒchēzhàn ?
Which train station?
nǎ ge ?
Shànghǎi yǒu sān ge huǒchēzhàn 。
Shanghai has three train stations.
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