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Who in the Choir Is Your Boyfriend?
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ID: 3020 Intermediate
Today we learn how to describe someone in a crowd by describing their appearance, position, and actions. In this case, we're watching a choir performance, and a friend is asking another, which one of the singers is their boyfriend. Image from Pixabay
Thu Jan 19 2017 | Fiona Tian, Gwilym James
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|合唱||héchàng||to sing together|
|好像||hǎoxiàng||to seem as if|
|上衣||shàngyī||jacket; shirt; top|
wā ！héchàng bǐsài yē ，hǎoxiàng kuàiyào kāishǐ le ，nǐ shuō nǐ nán péngyou zài zhè ge héchàngtuán lǐ ？shì nǎ yī ge ？
Wow! A choral competition! It looks like it's about to start. Did you say your boyfriend was a member of this choir? Which one is he?
dài hēikuāng yǎnjìng de nà yī gè jiùshì wǒ nán péngyou 。
The one with the black frames on his glasses is my boyfriend.
yǒu sì gè rén dài hēikuāng yǎnjìng ，shì nǎ yī ge ？
There are four with black frames. Which one?
chuān báisè shàngyī 、dài hēikuāng yǎnjìng de nà yī gè ，kàndào méi ？
The one in white, wearing black-framed glasses. Do you see him?
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