Asking “How much” in Chinese

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How Much In Chinese

This is a beginner Chinese 50-minute TutorMandarin lesson about the title, “How much is it?” Beginner 1 level is for learners who cannot or speak a little bit of Chinese. Hence, we’ll teach you basic but useful words in life, simple conversation and how to express your needs in this level. To maximize your Chinese-learning efficiency,  experience the student-centered learning environment with our online professional tutors.

In this Chinese lesson you will learn:

1. How to ask for the price in Mandarin Chinese.

2. Recognize Chinese bigger Chinese number.

3. Measure words on plural “these”, “those” and “total”.

4. Use possession in Chinese to ask whether someone has something.

5.  More quantitative in different objects.

Plenty of exercises will help you review and practice what you just learned. Enjoy your lesson! But with real tutors, your learning effects would be greater!


Chinese Exercises:

1. 这一杯茶多少钱?

Zhè yībēi chá duōshǎo qián?

How much is this tea?

2. 哪个人买了50瓶水?

Nǎge rén mǎile 50 píng shuǐ?

Which one bought 50 bottles of water?


Shéi mǎile 50 píng shuǐ?

Who bought 50 bottles of water?

4. 这些东西是什么?

Zhèxiē dōngxī shì shénme?

What are these things?

5. 那三杯咖啡一共多少块钱?

Nà sān bēi kāfēi yīgòng duōshǎo kuài qián?

How much in total are those three cups of coffee?


This is the PDF lesson for Chinese beginners

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