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Beginner's Basic Chinese Conversation Practice Video

Unit 1 Review ▸ In this unit review we will put our Chinese language skills into practical use. We have designed 3 separate beginner's basic Chinese conversation practice video. By practice listening and speaking with the video, you will become fluent at introducing yourself and counting Chinese numbers. Don't hesitate to practice more than one time, and you can even record yourself and compare it with the video for greater improvement.


PART 1. Exchanging Names in Chinese

 INTERPERSONAL

Two people meeting for the first time are asking each other’s name. Listen to this basic Chinese conversation practice video and repeat the dialogue. Be able to fully understand what they are talking about and answer the following questions:

INSTRUCTIONS

  • Listen to the dialogue
  • Repeat after the dialogue
  • Answer the given questions
  • Copy the transcript both by typing and handwriting
  • Practice daily until fluent

QUESTIONS

  1. What’s the person’s name?
  2. What country is this person from?
  3. How old is he?

TRANSCRIPT

 
A: Nǐhǎo!

B: Nǐhǎo!

A: Nǐ xìng shénme?

B: Wǒ xìng Lǐ。

A: Nǐ jiào shénme?

B: Wǒ jiào Lǐ Hǎo。Wǒ shì Zhōngguórén。

A: Nǐ duō dà?

B: Wǒ 'èrshíyī suì。

 
A:你好!

B:你好!

A:你姓什么?

B:我姓李。

A:你叫什么?

B:我叫李好。我是中国人。

A:你多大?

B:我二十一岁。

 
A:Hi!

B:Hello!

A:What's your last name?

B:My last name is Li.

A:What's your name?

B:My name is Li Hao. I'm Chinese.

A:How old are you?

B:I'm 21 years old.


PART 2. Self-introduction in Chinese

 INTERPERSONAL 

You meet someone new and are going to start a basic Chinese conversation with them by introducing your name as well as your nationality and age in Chinese.

TRANSCRIPT

 

Nǐhāo!

Wǒ jiào____, wǒ xìng ____。

Wǒ shì ____rén。

Wǒ ____ suì。

 
你好!

我叫____,我姓____。

我是____人。

我____岁。

 
Hello!

My first name is ____; my last name is ____.

I am (from) ____.

I am ____-year-old.


PART 3. Numbers and Counting

 INTERPRETIVE 

Numbers are a crucial part of Chinese language skills. It is essential for basic Chinese conversation as well as advanced language usage. Practice with the video, be able to count 1 to 10 in Chinese and read numbers fluently.

INSTRUCTIONS

  • Watch the video
  • Repeat after the video
  • Practice daily until fluent
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