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H�oxiàng yí ge wèizi d�uj méiy�u le. Fúwùyuánv, q�ng wèn, hái y�u méiy�u wèizi? Y�u, y�u, y�u. Nà zh�ng zhu�zi méiy�u rén. Wáng Péng, n� di�n cài ba. Xi�n g�i w�men li�ng pán ji�ozi, yào sù de. Chúle ji�ozi y�wài, hái yào shénme? L� Y�u, n� shu� ne? Hái yào yì pán ji�cháng dòufu, bú yào fàng ròu, w� ch� sù. W�men de ji�cháng dòufu méiy�u ròu. Hái yào li�ng w�n su�nlàt�ngw, q�ng bié fàng wèij�ng, sh�ok fàng di�nr yán. Y�u xi�o báicài ma? Duìbuq�, xi�o báicài g�ngl mài wánm. Nà jiù bú yào q�ngcài le. Nà h� di�nrx shénme ne? W� yào yì b�i b�ngchá. L� Y�u, n� h� shénme? W� h�n k�, q�ng g�i w� yì b�i k�lè, du� fàng di�nr b�ng. H�o, li�ng pán ji�ozi, yì pán ji�cháng dòufu, li�ng w�n su�nlàt�ng, yì b�i b�ngchá, yì b�i k�lè, du� fàng b�ng. Hái yào bié de ma? Bú yào bié de le, zhè xi� gòuy le. Fúwùyuán, w�men d�u è le, q�ng shàng cài kuài yì di�nr. Méi wèntí, cài h�n kuài jiù néng zuò h�on. 家常 豆腐 味精 盐 白菜 卖完 完 青菜 冰茶 冰 上菜 g�ng adv just [See Grammar 3. Little Li does not have a single friend.

v 爸爸今天一杯茶都没喝。 Bàba j�nti�n yì b�i chá d�u méi h�. x 哥哥的鞋,弟弟一双都不能穿。 G�ge de xié, dìdi yì shu�ng d�u bù néng chu�n. z 妈妈做菜一点儿味精都不放。 M�ma zuò cài yì di�nr wèij�ng d�u bú fang. If the noun after 一 y� is countable, a proper measure word should be used between 一 y� and the noun, as in 1 , 2 , 3 , and 4. If the noun is uncountable, the phrase 一点儿 yì di�nr is usually used instead, as in 5 and 6. Winter here is not cold at all. That school is not pretty at all. u 爸爸告诉妈妈做菜的时候少放盐,多放点 儿糖。 Bàba gàosu m�ma zuò cài de shíhou sh�o fàng yán, du� fàng di�nr táng.

Dad asked Mom to add less salt and more sugar when she cooks. v 上中文课得多说中文,少说英文。 Shàng Zh�ngwén kè d�i du� shu� Zh�ngwén, sh�o shu� Y�ngwén. In Chinese class, one should speak more Chinese and less English. w 你多找了我一块钱。 N� du� zh�o le w� yí kuài qián. You gave me one dollar too many. The teacher told us to write fifty characters. I wrote forty-five. I was five short. 刚 g�ng vs. 刚才 g�ngcái As an adverb, 刚 g�ng denotes that the action or change in situation took place in the most recent past. u 我哥哥刚从中国来,一个朋友都没有。 W� g�ge g�ng cóng Zh�ngguó lái, yí ge péngyou d�u méiy�u.

My older brother just came from China. v 我刚洗完澡,舒服极了。 W� g�ng x� wán z�o, sh�fu jí le. I just showered, and feel so great. 刚才 g�ngcái is a noun that refers to the time shortly before the act of speaking. A: 你知道王朋在哪儿吗? w N� zh�dào Wáng Péng zài n�r ma? Do you know where Wang Peng is? B: 他刚才在这儿,我不知道他去哪儿了。 T� g�ngcái zài zhèr, w� bù zh�dao t� qù n�r le. He was here a moment ago. x 弟弟刚才吃了十五个饺子,喝了两碗 酸辣汤。 Dìdi g�ngcái ch� le shíw� ge ji�ozi, h� le li�ng w�n su�nlàt�ng. My younger brother finished fifteen dumplings and two bowls of hot and sour soup a moment ago. 刚 g�ng can be followed by an expression that indicates the duration of time.

y 他刚走了两天。 T� g�ng z�u le li�ng ti�n. He left only two days ago. Unlike 刚才 g�ngcái , 刚 g�ng cannot be followed by the negation words 不 bù or 没 méi. A: 你刚才为什么没说? z N� g�ngcái wèishénme méi shu�? B: 我刚才不想说。 W� g�ngcái bù xi�ng shu�. A sentence that includes 刚才 g�ngcái often ends with了 le , but a sentence including 刚 g�ng cannot have了 le at the end. A: 你刚才去哪儿了?老师要你去办公室找他。 { N� g�ngcái qù n�r le? L�osh� yào n� qù bàng�ngshì zh�o t�. Where were you a moment ago? The teacher wanted you to go to his office. I went to the library. A: 明天的考试你开始准备了吗? Míngti�n de k�o shì n� k�ish� zh�nbèi le ma? B: 刚开始准备。 G�ng k�ish� zh�nbèi. I just got started. Resultative Complements I Following a verb, an adjective or another verb can be used to denote the result of the action, hence the term resultative complement. u 小白菜卖完了。 Xi�o báicài mài wán le. Baby bok choy is sold out. v 你找错钱了。 N� zh�o cuò qián le. You gave me the incorrect change. Nà ge rén shì shéi n� kàn q�ngchu le ma?

Did you see clearly who that person was? You wrote this character correctly. Generally, the negative form of a resultative complement is formed by placing 没 méi, no, not or 没有 méiy�u, have not before the verb. y 小白菜还没卖完。 Xi�o báicài hái méi mài wán. Baby bok choy is not sold out yet. z 那个人我没看清楚。 Nà ge rén w� méi kàn q�ngchu. Following certain verbs, the use of an adjective as the resultative complement is not random. In those cases, it is advisable to take the combination of the verb and the complement as a whole unit. 好 h�o as a Resultative Complement 好 h�o can serve as a complement following a verb, indicating the completion of an action. It often indicates readiness to start the next action or event. u 饭做好了,快来吃吧。 Fàn zuò h�o le, kuài lái ch� ba. The food is ready. Come and eat. v 功课做好了,我要睡觉了。 G�ngkè zuò h�o le, w� yào shuì jiào le. My homework is done. I want to go to bed. You can wear it for the party tomorrow night.

Language Practice A. Tell your friends what happened. How Was Your Day? He rode the wrong bus, wore the wrong clothes, and did the wrong homework. But Li You had a great day today. Example: rode the wrong bus 王朋今天坐错车了。 Wáng Péng j�nti�n zuò cuò ch� le. Ready, Set, Go! Suppose you have a Chinese test tomorrow. Express your readiness by saying that you have completed all of the following actions. or 汉字我练习好了。 1. 做功课 2. 复习生词语法 3. 准备考试 or Hànzì w� liànxí h�o le. zuò g�ngkè fùxí sh�ngcí y�f� zh�nbèi k�o shì If you are not ready, what will you say?

Course Evaluation The following is a wish list of a Chinese language teacher who hopes his students can change some of their habits. As a Chinese language student, powwow with your partner and come up with your own list of what you would like your teacher to do differently. Recap and Narrate Working with a partner, recap the content of Dialogue I: 王朋和李友到 1. Wáng Péng hé L� Y�u dào 饭馆儿的时候, fàngu�nr de shíhou, 那儿的人多吗? nàr de rén du� ma? 李友让王朋点菜, 2. L� Y�u ràng Wáng Péng di�n cài, 他点了些什么? t� di�n le xi� shénme? 李友点了些什么? 3. L� Y�u di�n le xi� shénme? 服务员说他们的 4. Fúwùyuán shu� t�men de 家常豆腐有肉吗? ji�cháng dòufu y�u ròu ma?

李友点酸辣汤的时候, 5. L� Y�u di�n su�nlàt�ng de shíhou, 跟服务员说了什么? g�n fúwùyuán shu� le shénme? 王朋和李友点 6. Wáng Péng hé L� Y�u di�n 青菜了吗? q�ngcài le ma? 王朋和李友要喝什么? 7. Wáng Péng hé L� Y�u yào h� shénme? 李友为什么要服务员 8. L� Y�u wèishénme yào fúwùyuán 上菜快一点儿? shàng cài kuài yì di�nr? Wáng Péng xi�n di�n le li�ng pán sù ji�ozi, L� Y�u di�n le yì pán ji�cháng dòufu, t� gàosù fúwùyuán ji�cháng dòufu bú yào fàng ròu, y�nwèi t� ch� sù. Chúle ji�ozi hé ji�cháng dòufu y�wài, t�men hái di�n le li�ng w�n su�nlàt�ng. Fúwùyuán wèn t�men h� di�nr shénme, Wáng Péng yào le yì b�i b�ngchá, L� Y�u yào le yì b�i k�lè, hái gàosù fúwùyuán du� fàng yì di�nr b�ng. Y�nwèi t�men d�u è le, su�y� ràng fúwùyuán shàng cài kuài yì di�nr. Fúwùyuán shu� méi wèntí, cài h�n kuài jiù néng zuò h�o. v When used after an adjective or a verb, 极了 jí le usually indicates the superlative degree: 今天 热极了。 J�nti�n rè jí le, it is extremely hot today.

他高兴 极了。 T� g�oxìng jí le, he is overjoyed. 对不起,我没有看清楚。 没关系w。 下个星期四再来。 好,再见。 J�nti�n shì x�ngq�sì, xuésh�ng c�nt�ng y�u Zh�ngguó cài, sh�fu shì Shàngh�i rén. Sh�fuu, q�ng wèn j�nti�n w�nfàn y�u shénme hàoch� de? W�men j�nti�n y�u tángcùyú, tián tián deo, su�n su�n de, h�och� jí lev, n� m�i yí ge ba. J�nti�n y�u méiy�u hóngsh�o niúròu? N� y�j�ng yào yú le, bié ch� ròu le. Láip ge liángbàn huánggua ba? Zài lái yì w�n m�fàn. Yígòng du�shao qián? Tángcùyú, sì kuài w�, liángbàn huánggua, yí kuài q�; Yì w�n m�fàn, w� máo qián. Yígòng liù kuài q�.

Sh�fu, z�og�o, w� wàng le dài fànk� le. Zhè shì shí kuài qián. Zh�o n� s�n kuài s�n. Sh�fu, qián n� zh�o cuò le, du� zh�o le w� yí kuài qián. Duìbuq�, w� méiy�u kàn q�ngchu. Méi gu�nxi. w Xià ge x�ngq�sì zài lái. H�o, zàijiàn. 凉拌 黄瓜 米饭 饭卡 Grammar 6. Reduplication of Adjectives Some Chinese adjectives can be reduplicated. When monosyllabic adjectives are reduplicated, the accent usually falls on the second occurrence. u 王朋高高的,很帅。 Wáng Péng g�o g�o de, h�n shuài. Wang Peng is tall and handsome. v 可乐凉凉的,很好喝。 K�lè liáng liáng de, h�n h�o h�. The cola is nicely chilled and tastes good. w 酸辣汤酸酸的、辣辣的,非常好喝。 Su�nlà t�ng su�n su�n de, là là de, f�icháng h�o h�. The hot and sour soup is a bit sour and a bit hot; it tastes great. Reduplication of adjectives usually does not appear in the negative form. The Verb 来 lái In colloquial expressions, the verb 来 lái can serve as a substitute for certain verbs, mostly in imperative sentences: u :先生,你们想吃点儿什么? Xi�nsheng, n�men xi�ng ch� di�nr shénme?

Sir, what would you like? Give me a plate of sweet and sour fish, a bowl of hot and sour soup, and a bowl of rice, please. v At a party, when someone has sung a song 再来一个! Zài lái yí ge! The use of 来 lái in this sense is rather limited. It is usually used in restaurants and stores, especially when buying small things or coaxing someone to sing a song. Language Practice F. Example:  我们的青菜好吃极了。W�men de q�ngcài h�och� jí le. Placing Your Order Imagine that you are in a restaurant in China, and the waiter is asking you what you want to have. The easiest way to place your order in a Chinese restaurant is by using 来 lái. Example: x2  服务员,来两杯冰茶。 Fúwùyuán, lái li�ng b�i b�ngchá. Special Requests Tell the waitperson that you have special dietary requirements and ask that the chef not use certain ingredients. MSG 2. meat 3. vinegar 4. sugar I. Recap and Narrate Working with a partner, recap the content of Dialogue II: 星期几学生餐厅有 1.

X�ngq�j� xuésh�ng c�nt�ng y�u 中国菜?师傅是 Zh�ngguó cài? Sh�fù shì 哪儿人? n�r rén? 师傅告诉王朋今天 2. Sh�fu gàosù Wáng Péng j�nti�n 有什么好吃的? y�u shénme hàoch� de? 今天有没有红烧牛肉? 3. J�nti�n y�u méiy�u hóngsh�o 1. 师傅让王朋再来 4. Sh�fu ràng Wáng Péng zài lái 个什么菜? ge shénme cài? Wáng Péng yào m�fàn le ma? Wáng Péng yígòng hu� le du�shao qián? Wáng Péng wàng le dài fànk�, 给了师傅多少钱? g�i le sh�fu du�shao qián? Sh�fu zh�o le t� du�shao qián? Sh�fu zh�o qián zh�o duì le ma? 师傅说为什么 Sh�fu shu� wèishénme 他找钱找错了? t� zh�o qián zh�o cuò le? Using the words and phrases in blue as prompts, connect your answers above to form a narrative like this example: 每个星期四学生餐厅都有 中国菜,今天是星期四, 所 以 王 朋 去 学生 餐 厅吃 饭。 餐 厅的 师傅 是 上 海 人,他告诉王朋今天有糖 醋鱼,甜甜的、酸酸的, 好吃极了。王朋还想吃红 烧牛肉,师傅说今天没有 红烧牛肉,来个凉拌黄瓜 吧 。 王 朋 还要 了 一 碗 米 饭,一共花了六块七。因 为他忘了带饭卡,就给了 师傅十块钱,师傅多找了 他一块钱。王朋告诉师傅 钱 找 错 了 。 师 傅 说对 不 起,他没有看清楚。王朋 说没关系。 M�ige x�ngq�sì xuésh�ng c�nt�ng d�u y�u Zh�ngguó cài, j�nti�n shì x�ngq�sì, su�y� Wáng Péng qù xuésh�ng c�nt�ng ch� fàn.

C�nt�ng de sh�fu shì Shàngh�i rén, t� gàosù Wáng Péng j�nti�n y�u tángcùyú, tiántián de, su�nsu�n de, h�och� jí le. Wáng Péng hái xi�ng ch� hóngsh�o niúròu, sh�fu shu� j�nti�n méiy�u hóngsh�o niúròu, lái ge liángbàn huánggua ba. Wáng Péng hái yào le yì w�n m�fàn, yígòng hu� le liù kuài q�. Y�nwèi t� wàng le dài fànk�, jiù g�i le sh�fu shí kuài qián, sh�fu du� zh�o le t� yí kuài qián. Wáng Péng gàosù sh�fu qián zh�o cuò le. Sh�fù shu� duìbuq�, t� méiy�u kàn q�ngchu. Wáng Péng shu� méi gu�nxi. 猪肉 zh�ròu 3. 羊肉 yángròu 4. 虾 xi� 5. 蛋 dàn 6. 胡萝卜 húluóbo 7. 洋葱 yángc�ng n chicken n pork n lamb; mutton n shrimp n egg n carrot n onion What other grocery items would you like to know? 宮保鸡丁 g�ngb�o j�d�ng n Kung Pao chicken 2. 麻婆豆腐 mápó dòufu n Mapo tofu 3. 蛋花汤 dànhu�t�ng n egg drop soup 4. 炒面 ch�omiàn n stir-fried noodles What other Chinese dishes do you like?

There are different ways of delineating Chinese cooking styles. Among the principal regional cuisines in China are the Shandong school, which originated in the northern province of Shandong; the Shanghainese school, favored by people in the lower Yangtze valley; and the Cantonese and Sichuanese schools, based respectively in the southern provinces of Guangdong and Sichuan. A Chinese restaurant usually specializes in only one cooking style, but some are more eclectic. In a Chinese meal, rice is the 主食 zh�shí, staple, or principal food , v particularly in the traditional rice-growing region of the country, the south. In the north, 主食 zh�shí often consists of 面 miàn, noodles , 饺子 ji�ozi, dumplings , and 馒头 mántou, Chinese bread instead. In Chinese food culture, knives 刀 d�o belong in the kitchen, not at w the dining table. As everyone knows, most Chinese people eat not with a fork but with a pair of chopsticks 筷子 kuàizi.

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