Going out in China? Learn these Chinese words first! Just listen to the audio and follow the pronunciation.
When it comes to entertainment in China, many Chinese words sound same or very similar to those in English. CD, DVD, and iPad, are just a few examples.
However, if you’re planning to catch a Chinese film or a show, or a quiet night in with Chinese TV, knowing these common words and phrases will help you join in the conversation with your Chinese-speaking friends.
Let's get started on this free lesson on going out in Chinese!
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At what time does the movie start?
There is a good movie on TV tonight!
How much for one ticket?
Let's go to the restaurant tomorrow.
Here are some key words referring to everyday entertainment:
the stereo set
That's it for this lesson!
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