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Level 1 Unit 2 – Story: Expensive Or Cheap?

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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.

INSTRUCTIONS

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

QUESTIONS


Mǎkě 马可's is comparing prices of coffee in his journal.

  1. Where and what is he doing today?
  2. What does he want to buy and why?
  3. How much is the expensive and cheap coffee?
  4. Which coffee tastes better?
  5. Which coffee is he going to buy?

TRANSCRIPT


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*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).

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