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“How to Go to the Post Office?”

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You are planning to hang out with your friends but you are all not familiar with that place. You have to discuss with them in Chinese about how do you get there. How do you describe the information of how to go to another place in Chinese? In this lesson, you will know Chinese vocabulary about asking directions, the name of the road, and full sentences to describe your destination and directions.

Beginner Chinese lessons topic “Going to work by Walking” is a 50-minute TutorMandarin lesson. 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 at this level. To maximize your Chinese-learning efficiency,  experience the student-centered learning environment with our online professional tutors.

After “How to Go to the Post Office?” lesson, you will know: 

1. Asking “How to go to + somewhere?” in Mandarin.

2. Giving people directions when someone asks you “How to get to somewhere” in Chinese.

3. Express the name of the road in Chinese.

4. Describe you “know” someone in Mandarin.

5. Asking for directions in details, for example, how to get to A from B.

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. 从你家到学校怎么走?要花多久时间? (Cóng nǐ jiā dào xuéxiào zěnme zǒu? Yào huā duōjiǔ shíjiān?)

How to go to school from your home, and how long does it take?

2. A: 不好意思,我想去这间饭店,请问怎么走? (Bù hǎoyìsi, wǒ xiǎng qù zhè jiān fàndiàn, qǐngwèn zěnme zǒu?)
Excuse me, I want to go to this hotel, how can I go there?

B: 这条路走到底左拐,看到中国饭馆后向右拐就会看到了。 (Zhè tiáo lù zǒu dàodǐ zuǒ guǎi, kàn dào zhōngguó fànguǎn hòu xiàng yòu guǎi jiù huì kàn dàole.)

Turn left at the end of this road, you’ll see Chinese restaurant, then turn right and you will see the hotel.

3. 邮局旁边有一间书店。 (Yóujú pángbiān yǒuyī jiàn shūdiàn.)

Next to the post office, there’s a bookstore.

4. 往前走10分钟之后就会到图书馆。(Wǎng qián zǒu 10 fēnzhōng zhīhòu jiù huì dào túshū guǎn.)

Go straight for ten minutes and you will arrive at the library.

5. 他怎么一下往前走一下往后走?他在跳舞吗? (Tā zěnme yīxià wǎng qián zǒu yīxià wǎng hòu zǒu? Tā zài tiàowǔ ma?)

Why is he walking forward and suddenly walking backward? Is he dancing or something?

“How to Go to the Post Office?” Free Learn Chinese PDF Download

Learning how to ask directions in Chinese is very useful if you are going to Chinese speaking countries. Not only asking questions, you can also understand the answer or even answer directions questions in Chinese!

This is the PDF lesson for Chinese beginners, for more and full FREE PDF lessons as well as complete learning, please sign up a free trial and start your Chinese learning with professional tutors! Download TutorMandarin learn Chinese app to take your Chinese library in your pocket!

Practice your Chinese in daily conversation is a good way to enhance your speaking ability. Grab every chance to speak in Chinese if you are in China or other Chinese-speaking countries. Speaking to your Chinese friends is also the most efficient way. Therefore, tell them what you have done and what you think about your homework. With correct Chinese timing and grammar usage, I’m sure you can impress your friends! Know more about your friends with more vocab and grammar with Chinese conversation!

For more useful Chinese sentences in daily life, don’t forget to go TutorMandarin Chinese language blog! What’s more importantly, we have several blog posts talking about traveling Chinese and more details about asking directions in Chinese! Don’t miss them, they can be really helpful when you are traveling to Chinese-speaking countries!

Tourists Must Know – Useful Chinese Sentences for Traveling: https://www.tutormandarin.net/en/travel-chinese-useful-sentences/

Asking for Directions in Chinese: https://www.tutormandarin.net/en/asking-directions-chinese/

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