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6 我这是第一次去上海,不知道是坐飞机好 ,还是坐火车好。我的钱不 多了,还是坐火车吧。
Wǒ zhè shì dì yī cì qù shànghǎi, bù zhīdào shì zuò fēijī hǎo, háishì zuò huǒchē hǎo. Wǒ de qián bù Duōle, háishì zuò huǒchē ba.

7 他打算开车去城外的一个电影院,看场电影儿。看完电影以后,再和 友去喝喝茶。
7 Tā dǎsuàn kāichē qù chéng wài de yīgè diànyǐngyuàn, kàn chǎng diànyǐng er. Kàn wán diànyǐng yǐhòu, zài hé You qù hē hē chá.

8 我对伦敦的历史很感兴趣,所以老师介绍我看看这本书。我的英文不太 好,不太清楚这句话是什么意思,请你给我解释解释。
8 Wǒ duì lúndūn de lìshǐ hěn gǎn xìngqù, suǒyǐ lǎoshī jièshào wǒ kàn kàn zhè běn shū. Wǒ de yīngwén bù tài Hǎo, bù tài qīngchu zhè jù huà shì shénme yìsi, qǐng nǐ gěi wǒ jiěshì jiěshì.

9 他早就钱不够了,没法子,只得从老家坐火车去北京,路上得走两、三 天。
9 Tā zǎo jiù qián bùgòule, méi fǎzi, zhǐdé cóng lǎojiā zuò huǒchē qù běijīng, lùshàng de zǒu liǎng, sān Tiān.

10 从上午十点到下午五点半,我一共跑了八个地方,办了三件大事。 回 家的时候,在地铁口还碰见了一个大学同学。
10 Cóng shàngwǔ shí diǎn dào xiàwǔ wǔ diǎn bàn, wǒ yīgòng pǎole bā gè dìfāng, bànle sān jiàn dàshì. Huí Jiā de shíhou, zài dìtiě kǒu hái pèngjiànle yīgè dàxué tóngxué.

11 他饭也没吃,茶也没喝,真是又饿又累。他本来打算马上回家,没想 到碰见了小李,就一起去酒吧喝了几杯。
11 Tā fàn yě méi chī, chá yě méi hē, zhēnshi yòu è yòu lèi. Tā běnlái dǎsuàn mǎshàng huí jiā, méi xiǎng Dào pèngjiànle xiǎo li, jiù yīqǐ qù jiǔbā hēle jǐ bēi.

12 他告诉我他先在中学教了一年数学,又在工厂当了两年工人,后来有 人介绍他进了现在的这家公司

12 Tā gàosu wǒ tā xiān zài zhōngxué jiàole yī nián shùxué, yòu zài gōngchǎng dāngle liǎng nián gōngrén, hòulái yǒu Rén jièshào tā jìnle xiànzài de zhè jiā gōngsī.

13 毕业以后,你打算去现在打工的这家公司吗? 在这家公司工作的人都 说这家公司很不错。
13 Bìyè yǐhòu, nǐ dǎsuàn qù xiànzài dǎgōng de zhè jiā gōngsī ma? Zài zhè jiā gōngsī gōngzuò de rén dōu Shuō zhè jiā gōngsī hěn bùcuò.

14 他说了一个多小时,跟我解释中国人在工作中是怎么打太极的,我还 是不懂。他这是对牛弹琴。 14 Tā shuōle yīgè duō xiǎoshí, gēn wǒ jiěshì zhōngguó rén zài gōngzuò zhōng shì zěnme dǎ tàijí de, wǒ hái Shì bù dǒng. Tā zhè shì duìniútánqín.

15 很多人说现在找个工作真不容易,以前找工作就简单吗?什么时候找 工作都不是件容易的事。
15 Hěnduō rén shuō xiànzài zhǎo gè gōngzuò zhēn bù róngyì, yǐqián zhǎo gōngzuò jiù jiǎndān ma? Shénme shíhou zhǎo Gōngzuò dōu bùshì jiàn róngyì de shì.

16 去过大学附近的那个公园的人都说那儿的风景不错。我常常坐在湖边 的那个椅子上边学习边听音乐16 Qù guo dàxué fùjìn dì nàgè gōngyuán de rén dōu shuō nà'er de fēngjǐng bùcuò. Wǒ chángcháng zuò zài hú biān Dì nàgè yǐzi shàngbian xuéxí biān tīng yīnyuè.

17 王大夫的父母都是中国人,可是他是在英国生的。王大夫的妈妈是中 国人,可是她只会说广东话。
17 Wáng dàfū de fùmǔ dōu shì zhōngguó rén, kěshì tā shì zài yīngguó shēng de. Wáng dàfū de māmā shì zhōng Guórén, kěshì tā zhǐ huì shuō guǎngdōng huà.

18 他很希望将来有机会到中国去工作,所以前年就开始学习普通话,现 在已经很流利了。 18 Tā hěn xīwàng jiānglái yǒu jīhuì dào zhōngguó qù gōngzuò, suǒyǐ qiánnián jiù kāishǐ xuéxí pǔtōnghuà, xiàn Zài yǐjīng hěn liúlìle.

19 我的表大概忘在医院了,现在我也不知道几点了,恐怕快要上课了吧。 我们坐地铁回学校吧,坐地铁十分钟就到了。 19 Wǒ de biǎo dàgài wàng zài yīyuànle, xiànzài wǒ yě bù zhīdào jǐ diǎnle, kǒngpà kuàiyào shàngkèle ba. Wǒmen zuò dìtiě huí xuéxiào ba, zuò dìtiě shí fēnzhōng jiù dàole

20 很多华侨家里的孩子开始上小学以后,就不想说中文了,因为学校里 的朋友都说英文。 20 Hěnduō huáqiáo jiālǐ de háizi kāishǐ shàng xiǎoxué yǐhòu, jiù bùxiǎng shuō zhōngwénle, yīn wéi xuéxiào lǐ De péngyǒu dōu shuō yīngwén.

21 有机会我可以给你们介绍介绍,这个人你应该认识认识。他朋友多,可能会对你有帮助。 21 Yǒu jīhuì wǒ kěyǐ gěi nǐmen jièshào jièshào, zhège rén nǐ yīnggāi rènshi rènshi. Tā péngyǒu duō, Kěnéng huì duì nǐ yǒu bāngzhù.

22 我是在 1998 年去的北京,那时我是一个人坐火车去的。她就是我在火 车上认识的。
22 Wǒ shì zài 1998 nián qù de běijīng, nà shí wǒ shì yīgè rén zuò huǒchē qù de. Tā jiùshì wǒ zài huǒ Chē shàng rènshi de.

23 这个学生很不简单,只学了一年中文就进了中国的公司工作了,还用 中文写了一本小说。
. 23 Zhège xuéshēng hěn bù jiǎndān, zhǐ xuéle yī nián zhōngwén jiù jìnle zhōngguó de gōngsī gōngzuòle, hái yòng Zhōngwén xiěle yī běn xiǎoshuō.

24 她说大家去酒馆喝酒,他想来就来可是请他别带女朋友一起来,她是 不是喜欢他呢?
. 24 Tā shuō dàjiā qù jiǔguǎn hējiǔ, tā xiǎnglái jiù lái kěshì qǐng tā bié dài nǚ péngyǒu yī qǐlái, tā shì Bùshì xǐhuan tā ne?

25 你做作业的时候,喜欢边做作业边听音乐吗?你喜欢放中国音乐还是 英国音乐?
25 Nǐ zuò zuo yè de shíhou, xǐhuan biān zuò zuo yè biān tīng yīnyuè ma? Nǐ xǐhuan fàng zhōngguó yīnyuè háishì Yīngguó yīnyuè?…...

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