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Talk About Your Schedule in Chinese

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This is a beginner Chinese 50-minute TutorMandarin lesson about the title, "I am going to class tomorrow." 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. Are you hungry? Let's start with ordering food in Chinese! To maximize your Chinese-learning efficiency,  experience the student-centered learning environment with our online professional tutors.

After this learn Chinese lesson, you will know:

1. How to express accurate date and time in Chinese.
2. How to describe your daily schedule and routine in Chinese.
3. Use past tense and future tense in Chinese conversation.
4. Asking someone about their schedule.
5. How to say your activities "with" someone in Chinese.

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. 你几点去上课?
Nǐ jǐ diǎn qù shàngkè?
When will you go to class?

2. 我昨天跟朋友一起去看电影。
Wǒ zuótiān gēn péngyǒu yīqǐ qù kàn diànyǐng.
I went to movies with my friend last night.

3. 他明天晚上七点要去饭馆吃饭。
Tā míngtiān wǎnshàng qī diǎn yào qù fànguǎn chīfàn.
He's going to eat in a restaurant tomorrow night.

4.你什么时候睡觉?
Nǐ shénme shíhòu shuìjiào?
When are you going to sleep?

5.我明天上午不去上课。
Wǒ míngtiān shàngwǔ bù qù shàngkè.
I'm not going to class tomorrow morning.

 

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When you are having a conversation with your Chinese friends, you guys are probably talking about what did you do last night? Or what are you going to do this weekend? After this lesson, you break your limit on just speaking in present tense! You can confidently talk about your schedule in past and future tense in Chinese!

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