Comparing Prices in Chinese | HSK 1 Reading Story
Unit 2 Review 2 ▸ In this HSK 1 reading story, we will practice comparing prices in Chinese with a video lesson. We'll learn how to make comments on whether something is expensive or inexpensive in Chinese.
- Listen to the story
- Repeat after the story
- Answer the given questions
- Copy the transcript both by typing and handwriting
- Practice daily until fluent
Mǎkě 马可's is comparing prices of coffee in his journal.
- Where and what is he doing today?
- What does he want to buy and why?
- How much is the expensive and cheap coffee?
- Which coffee tastes better?
- Which coffee is he going to buy?
*The English translation is made to be literal for a better understanding of the Chinese sentence structures and language flow.
Today is Sunday, I'm not at school.
I'm having coffee in my friend's room; he has a coffee maker.
We like drinking coffee a lot. I don't have coffee, (and) want to buy some.
Some coffee (is) too expensive - 500 RMB; some coffee is very cheap - 50 RMB.
Expensive coffee (is) very tasty; cheap coffee (is) not tasty.
I don't have much money; I('ll) buy (the) cheap (kind).