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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