Don’t leave home without these Chinese travel phrases! How do you ask when the bus leaves or the train arrives? After this free audio lesson you’ll know how to ask 'when' and 'where' in Mandarin Chinese. Want to find out when the museum opens? Looking for a tourist information center? The Rocket Chinese team is here to help!
Listen to the pronunciation, and practice these common questions and Chinese words aloud. We’ve made it real easy to follow and you'll never have an excuse to be late or lost in a Chinese-speaking country.
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When does the museum open?
When does the museum close?
When does the supermarket open?
When does the pharmacy open?
When does the bus leave?
When does the train leave?
When does the flight depart?
When does the bus arrive?
When does the train arrive?
When does the flight arrive?
When do we stop?
When do we have a break?
When does the movie start?
When does the theatrical play start?
One of the first questions you might want to ask when arriving in an unfamiliar city could be...
Where can I find the tourist information desk?
Some smaller cities in China don’t have tourist information centers. You might have to rely on asking the locals. Here are some useful questions you might need…
Where is the museum?
Where is the art exhibition?
Where is the office for lost property?
Where is the train station?
Where is the bus stop?
Where is the hospital?
Where can I find a doctor?
Where are the public restrooms?
Where can I find a bank?
Credit cards are not as widely accepted in China as they are in England or America for example, so you might have to exchange some money.
Where can I exchange foreign money?
Where can I find a foreign money exchange counter?
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