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Video Chinese Lesson from CCTV. It is designed for Zero to Survival level Chinese learners (See Level Map) and hosted by Dashan (Mark Rowswell), the most famous foreigner in China. Learn Chinese is also designed for foreign travelers in China and foreign visitors of Beijing 2008 Olympic Games. Over 20 lessons and basic topics include How to Say hello, Do Shopping, Ask Direction in Chinese ...
     
 
Survival - Proposals and emotion-loving - Lesson 2
 
Topic: Proposals and emotion-loving
Function: 4 tone of pronunciation
Tag: Learn Chinese, Chinese Conversation, Sports, Travel in China
Video Copyright: CCTV
 
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第五课 请求建议与情感爱好 Proposals and emotion-loving
 

基本句型
jī běn jù xíng :

1)能帮个忙吗?
   néng bāng gè máng ma?

2)你能帮我……
  nǐ néng bāng wǒ ……

3)我特别喜欢看足球比赛
  wǒ tè bié xǐ huān kàn zú qiú bǐ sài

( 拍摄场景 pāi shè chǎng jǐng 1:

小方: Mike,你能帮我个忙吗
    Mike,nǐ néng bāng wǒ gè máng ma ?

Mike: 帮忙?没问题
    bāng máng?méi wèn tí 。

小方 :我特别喜欢看足球比赛,
    wǒ tè bié xǐ huān kàn zú qiú bǐ sài,

    明天有中国队对日本队的比赛,
    míng tiān yǒu zhōng guó duì duì rì běn duì de bǐ sài ,

    你能帮我买两张票吗?
    nǐ néng bāng wǒ mǎi liǎng zhāng piào ma?

Mike:(挠头 náo tóu )

    这个……
    zhè gè...

    我也特别喜欢看
    wǒ yě tè bié xǐ huān kàn ,

    可是我自己还没有买到票呢
    kě shì wǒ zì jǐ hái méi yǒu mǎi dào piào ne!

小方: Mike,明天我们只能去体育场门口等退票啦
    Mike,míng tiān wǒ mén zhī néng qù tǐ yù chǎng mén kǒu děng tuì piào lā!

Mike: 能行吗
    néng xíng ma ?

小方: 我们试试吧
    wǒ mén shì shì ba 。

基本句型
jī běn jù xíng :

4)一起去……,怎么样?
  yī qǐ qù...zěn me yàng? 

5)你这身运动衣真漂亮
  nǐ zhè shēn yùn dòng yī zhēn piāo liàng

( 拍摄场景 pāi shè chǎng jǐng 2:办公室 bàn gōng shì )

小方:呦 ,下班啦
   yo,xià bān la 。

   一起去打乒乓球,怎么样? 
   yī qǐ qù dǎ pīng pāng, qiú zěn me yàng?

   哎,Mike,怎么睡着啦?
   āi, Mike,zěn me shuì zhe la?

Mike:(揉眼睛 róu yǎn jīng)

   哎呀 ,今天可把我忙坏了!
   āi ya, jīn tiān kě bǎ wǒ máng huài le!

小方:是啊,
   shì a,

   我看你采访回来,
   wǒ kàn nǐ cǎi fǎng huí lái ,

   一整天都在电脑前写稿子,
   yī zhěng tiān dōu zài diàn nǎo qián xiě gǎo zi,

   现在是应该好好儿放松放松了 。
   xiàn zài shì yīng gāi hǎo hǎo ér fàng sōng fàng sōng le.

Mike:哎,小方
   āi, xiǎo fāng ,

   你这身运动衣真漂亮
   nǐ zhè shēn yùn dòng yī zhēn piāo liàng ,

   穿上真像国家队专业运动员
   chuān shàng zhēn xiàng guó jiā duì zhuān yè yùn dòng yuán!

小方:(不好意思 bù hǎo yì sī)

   是吗?
   shì ma?

   不过我的乒乓球技术是业余水平的。 
   bù guò wǒ de pīng pāng qiú jì shù shì yè yú shuǐ píng de.

Mike:咱们走吧
   zán mén zǒu ba。

小方:走
   zǒu。

(俩人走远 liǎng rén zǒu yuǎn ……)

 

Translation:

Basic sentence structures:

1)Can you do me a favour?

2)Can you help me ...

3)I really love to watch football matches

Scenario 1: No specific requirement

Xiao Fang: Mike,can you do me a favour?

Mike: Favour? Sure.

Xiao Fang: I really love to watch football. Tomorrow there’s a China versus Japan match. Can you help me buy two tickets?

Mike: (scratches head)Well... I’d really like to go watch too,but I haven’t even got tickets myself!

Xiao Fang: Mike,all we can do is go to the stadium entrance tomorrow and wait for people to return their tickets!

Mike: Would that work?

Xiao Fang: We can try.

Basic sentence structures:

4)How about ... together?

5)Your sports outfit is really nice

Scenario 2: the office

Xiao Fang: Hey, time to stop work. How about we play table tennis together? Mike,how come you’re asleep?

Mike: (rubs eyes)Oh, I’ve had such a busy day today!

Xiao Fang: Yes, I saw you – as soon as you got back from interviews, all day you’ve been stuck in front of the computer writing reports. Now it’s time to really relax.

Mike: Hey,Xiao Fang,your sports outfit is really nice. You look like a pro – a member of the national team!

Xiao Fang: (embarrassed)Do I,but my table tennis skills are amateurish.

Mike: Let’s go.

Xiao Fang: Sure.

 

The International Olympic Committee has strict stipulation on the Olympic victory medals' material, weight, size and design. The medals for the champion and the runner-up are made of pure silver, and the champion's medal must be plated with gold weighing not less than six grams each.

The medals for the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games are designed with inspiration coming from 璧 "bi", an ancient piece of jade ornamentation in ancient China. This is the first time jade has been used in the design of Olympic medals.

The medals are 70mm in diameter and 6mm in thickness. On the front side, the medal adopts the standard design prescribed by the International Olympic Committee.

On the back, the medal is inlaid with jade with the Beijing Games emblem engraved in the metal centerpiece. The design inspiration of the medal hook derives from jade 璜 "huang", a ceremonial jade piece with the decoration of a double dragon pattern.

The medals are issued with a box, ribbon and certificate. The medal box is a wooden lacquer box made by traditional Chinese techniques. The certificate is made of thin silk and rice paper, integrating traditional techniques and modern printing.

Noble and elegant, the Beijing Olympic Games medal is a blending of traditional Chinese culture and the Olympic spirit.

 
 

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