Oral practice
• Please work with your partner by filling in the
gaps with a nationality and the name of the
country.

• 我是...
我 喜欢 海边
hǎi biān

I like the seaside
海边
hǎi biān
seaside

山区
shān qū
mountains
农村
nóng cūn
countryside

城市
chéng shì
city
朋友
péng you
friends

在
zài
to be
located
地方
dì fāng
place

散步
sàn bù
go for a
walk
和…一起

hé…. yì qǐ
together with... to to

滑雪
huá xuě
ski
博物馆
bó wù guǎn
museum

哪儿
nǎr
where
hǎi biān
nóng cūn

Seaside

Countryside

shān qū
chéng shì

To be located

zài
dì fāng
qù
…
hé… yì qǐ

nǎ er

Mountains

C...
Grammar: use of 和……一起(qǐ)
• To say you do something with somebody in
Chinese you use:
Person A 和(and ) person B + 一起 +verb...
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I like seaside - say your holiday in Chinese

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Learn to say to say where you like to go on holiday in Chinese. It's compatible with Jinbu2 Chapter 1 Unit 3 - I like the seaside.

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I like seaside - say your holiday in Chinese

  1. 1. Oral practice • Please work with your partner by filling in the gaps with a nationality and the name of the country. • 我是___________人。 • 我想去___________。 我叫____________, 我家在 (zài)______________。
  2. 2. 我 喜欢 海边 hǎi biān I like the seaside
  3. 3. 海边 hǎi biān seaside 山区 shān qū mountains
  4. 4. 农村 nóng cūn countryside 城市 chéng shì city
  5. 5. 朋友 péng you friends 在 zài to be located
  6. 6. 地方 dì fāng place 散步 sàn bù go for a walk
  7. 7. 和…一起 hé…. yì qǐ together with... to to 滑雪 huá xuě ski
  8. 8. 博物馆 bó wù guǎn museum 哪儿 nǎr where
  9. 9. hǎi biān nóng cūn Seaside Countryside shān qū chéng shì To be located zài dì fāng qù … hé… yì qǐ nǎ er Mountains City friend péng you Place Go for a walk sàn bù To go to Together with.. to do…. Where huá xuě bó wù guǎn Ski/skiiing Museum
  10. 10. Grammar: use of 和……一起(qǐ) • To say you do something with somebody in Chinese you use: Person A 和(and ) person B + 一起 +verb • E.g. James 和 Jack一起滑雪。(James goes skiing with Jack. Literally: James and Jack together ski.) • You may have noticed that the verb goes at the end of the sentence. Words that say “when”, “how”, “with whom”, etc. go before the verb.

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