Daily Routine (II)

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Instructor:  Jo
Length:  11:50
Introduction:  Break Time! More expressions related to time.
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After asking when do you go to work? Chinese people usually go on to ask how long do you work every day/every week? Learn Mandarin words like hour(s), day, and week. In this lesson, you will learn useful Mandarin Chinese phrases to express a period of time. You will be able to use them in sentences to express different standards of time.

Renaat says
I joined for a 7-day trial and plan to go further afterwards, but can't seem to open all lessons, only the free ones.
June 11, 2011 Reply
Helen Zhang (Chinese Teacher) in reply to Renaat
Dear Renaat,

Thanks for letting us know. We've checked the issue you mentioned, and we replicate the problem. Could you please provide specifics? Which lesson wasn't you able to watch? 

Good luck with your Chinese studies!
June 13, 2011 Reply
takak says

How are you? How do you say "What time is it now?"?

February 6, 2012 Reply
Helen Zhang (Chinese Teacher) in reply to takak
Hi Takako,
In Chinese, "What time is it now?" is "现在(xiànzài)几点(jǐdiǎn)?" And more politely, you can say,"请问(qǐngwèn),现在(xiànzài)几点(jǐdian)?"
February 7, 2012 Reply
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