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1 Chinese Beginners Course Lecture 6 Instructor: Ya Ping Hsiao

2 Introducing Questions or sentence patterns Answers 1Nǐ xìng shénme?Wǒ xìng _____ (Family name). 2Nǐ jiào shénme?Wǒ jiào ______ (First name or Full name). 3Nǐ shì nǎ guó rén?Wǒ shì ______(Country) rén. 4Tā shì shéi?Tā shì_______(any person or name). 5Tā shì _____xiānsheng/tàitai/xiǎojiě.

3 Pair-work: Nice to meet you! 3

4 Languages QuestionsAnswers 1Nǐ xuéxí shénme?Wǒ xuéxí Zhōngwén. (name or written form of the language) Wǒ xuéxí Hànyǔ. (spoken form of the language) Wǒ xuéxí Zhōngguó huà (Country+speech: spoken form of the language). 2Nǐ shuō nǎ guó huà?Wǒ shuō Hànyǔ/Zhōngguó huà (Country+Speech). 3Book de Zhōngwén shì shénme? Book de Zhōngwén shì shū. 4Nǐ kàn nǎ guó shū?Wǒ kàn Hélán shū. 5Nǐ kàn shénme shū?Wǒ kàn Héwén shū.

5 Food & Drinks QuestionsAnswers 1Nǐ yào shénme?Wǒ yào _____ (Food or Drinks). 2Nǐ chī shénme?Wǒ chī ______(Food). 3Nǐ hē shénme?Wǒ hē ______ (Drinks). 4Nǐ yào chī shénme?Wǒ yào chī ______ (Food). 5Nǐ yào hē shénme?Wǒ yào hē ______ (Drinks). 6Nǐ yào ____ (Food or Drinks) ma?Wǒ yào. Wǒ bú yào. 7Nǐ chī ____ (Food) ma?Wǒ chī. Wǒ bù chī. 8Nǐ hē ____ (Drinks) ma?Wǒ hē. Wǒ bù hē.

6 Topic words: Food & Drinks 6

7 Verbs: yào, chī, hē-1 wèntí (question)dá’àn (answer)English translations 1Nǐ yào shénme?Wǒ yào miàn. I want noodles. 2Nǐ chī shénme?Wǒ chī miàn. I eat noodles. 3Nǐ hē shénme?Wǒ hē chá. I drink tea. 4Nǐ yào chī shénme?Wǒ yào chī miàn. I want to eat noodles. 5Nǐ yào hē shénme?Wǒ yào hē chá. I want to drink tea.

8 Verbs: yào, chī, hē-2 positivenegative 1Wǒ yào miàn.Wǒ bú yào miàn. 2Wǒ chī miàn.Wǒ bù chī miàn. 3Wǒ hē chá.Wǒ bù hē chá. 4Wǒ yào chī miàn.Wǒ bú yào chī miàn. 5Wǒ yào hē chá.Wǒ bú yào hē chá.

9 Verbs: yào, chī, hē-3 positive Yes/No questions 1Wǒ yào miàn. Nǐ yào miàn ma? 2Wǒ chī miàn. Nǐ chī miàn ma? 3Wǒ hē chá. Nǐ hē chá ma? 4Wǒ yào chī miàn. Nǐ yào chī miàn ma? 5Wǒ yào hē chá. Nǐ yào hē chá ma?

10 Jobs QuestionsAnswers 1Nǐ zuò shénme gōngzuò?Wǒ shì xuésheng. 2= Nǐ de gōngzuò shì shénme?= Wǒ de gōngzuò shì xuésheng. 3Nǐ shì xuésheng ma?Wǒ shì. Wǒ bú shì.

11 Negation: 不 / 没 + Verb (Reader dì-76 yè) 11

12 Pronunciation of 不 (Reader dì-76 yè) 12

13 Sentence patterns: Adjectives PositiveSubjecthěn (very)Adjective.English translations Tāhěnhǎo.He is (very) fine/good. Tāhěnmáng.He is (very) busy. NegativeSubjectbú/bù (not)Adjective. Tābùhǎo.He is not fine/good. Tābùmáng.He is not busy. Yes/no Questions SubjectAdjectivema? Tāhǎoma?Is he fine/good? Tāmángma?Is he busy? How- questions SubjectHow? Tāzěnmeyàng?How is he? 13

14 Choose the correct tone of 不 for the following verbs. 14

15 Topic words: Jobs 15

16 Topic words: Things in the living room 16

17 Topic words: Adjectives (State Verbs) (Reader dì-78 yè) 17

18 Topic words: Numbers 18

19 Numbers 1-20: Listen and write the numbers you hear

20 Answers

21 Say these numbers! 21

22 Fùxí_Classroom Chinese-1 Pinyin English fùxí to review Gěi nǐ. Here you are. Xièxie. Thank you. Bú kèqi. You’re welcome. Hǎo le ma? Are you ready/done? Hǎo le! Ready/Done! Hái méi. Not yet. Wǒmen shàngkè, hǎo ma? Let’s do the class, shall we/ok? Wǒmen xiūxi, hǎo ma? Let’s take a break, shall we/ok? Duì le ma? Is it correct? Have you done it correctly? Duì le! Correct! Bú duì. Incorrect/Wrong. 22

23 Fùxí-Classroom Chinese-2 Pinyin English shēngcí new words tīng to listen dǎ kāi to open hé shang to close zàijiàn goodbye zài yí biàn one more time Wǒ bù zhīdao. I don’t know. 23

24 Classroom Chinese-3 Pinyin English tíng to stop Duìbuqǐ. I am sorry. Méi guānxi. It’s all right/ok. It doesn’t matter. Bǎozhòng! Take care! God bless you! dì-yī yè the first page; page 1 Dì-yī ge shì shénme? What is the first one? Dì-yī ge shì hànbǎo. The first one is hamburger. 24

25 Classroom Chinese-4 Pinyin English Nǐ shuō yíxià (a bit/Dutch: maar even). You say it a bit. Zeg het maar even. = Nǐ shuōshuo. Q: Door de Zhōngwén shì shénme? What is the Chinese word for door? A: Door de Zhōngwén shì mén. The Chinese word for door is mén. qǐng please Kèyǐ jìnqu ma? May I go in? Kěyǐ chūqu ma? May I go out? 25


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