Can I Ask You A Question? Asking Questions in Chinese | HSK 2 Dialogue Listening
In this HSK 2 dialogue listening practice, a student is asking questions in Chinese to their teacher.
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xuéshēng zài wèn lǎoshī wèntí
The student is asking the teacher some questions.
- lǎoshī kěyǐ jiāo zhège xuéshēng zěnme dú zhège Hànzì ma
Can the teacher teach the student how to pronounce this character?
- lǎoshī bú gàosu xuéshēng, ràng xuéshēng zuò shénme
Why wouldn’t the teacher tell the student?
- xuéshēng měitiān kěnéng yào xué Hànyǔ jǐge xiǎoshí
How many hours does the student probably learn Chinese every day?
*The English translation is made to be literal for a better understanding of the Chinese sentence structures and language flow.
学生 xuéshēng 老师 lǎoshī
学生：Teacher Zhou, this character I cannot read, can you teach me really quick?
老师：Yes. This character is “qù”, “qù”, the “qù” of “yǒuqù“, (you) know how to read now?
学生：(Yes I know) how to read now. But I additionally have one question, can (I) ask you really quick?
老师：No problem! What question? You let me take a look really quick!
学生：You look, (it) is this question.
老师：This question… I now cannot tell you. You try to find (it) in the book really quick by your self.
学生：Okay. I (will) take a look at the book really quick… (I) saw (it now) teacher!
老师：You look, you now can self teach (your)self, (it’s) very good!
学生：“Where-where”. (You're flattering me.)
老师：You learn Chinese probably “reaches” two months now(, right)?
学生：(That’s) right, I learn Chinese (for) two months now, now I am (even) more interested in Chinese, (I) (in) evenings and weekends also learn (by my)self at home on the Internet.
老师：You from Monday to Friday every day all take Chinese classes, also learn (by your)self (after) going back (home), (you) every day probably (requires) study 4 hours?
学生：Right, maybe 4 to 5 hours.
老师：Very not bad!
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