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1 Chinese Beginners Course Lecture 9 Instructor: Ya Ping Hsiao

2 Topic words: Days of the week

3 Topic words: Weekdays & Weather

4 How old are you this year? Q: 你今年多大? Nǐ jīnnián duō dà? How old are you this year? A: 我今年二十岁。 Wǒ jīnnián 20 suì. I am 20 years old this year.

5 Chinese Year Signs

6 Survey: Age and Chinese year signs of five classmates MíngzìNǐ jīnnián duō dà?Nǐ shǔ shénme?

7 Topic words: At school 7

8 Consonant contrasts between zh, ch, sh and r

9 Tīngxiě: iu, ui, ou, uo

10 Dá’an: iu, ui, ou, uo guogouguiduodiu chouchuishuishuoxiu

11 Topic words: Numbers 11

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

13 Answers

14 Say these numbers! 14

15 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. 15

16 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. 16

17 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. 17

18 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? 18


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