Introduce What's In Your Room in Chinese | HSK 1 Beginner Chinese Reading Material
Unit 5 Review 2 ▸In this HSK 1 beginner Chinese reading material, we will practice how to introduce what's in your room in Chinese with a short story. You will learn how to use Locality Nouns in Chinese such as 里, 外, 上, 下, 前面 and 后面 to describe the location of the items in your room.
- Listen to the story
- Repeat after the story
- Answer the given questions
- Copy the transcript both by typing and handwriting
- Practice daily until fluent
This is from Mǎkě 马可's journal.
- What’s on the bed?
- What’s in front of the chairs?
- What’s behind the computer?
- What’s under the cup and what’s in the cup?
- What’s outside of the school?
*The English translation is made to be literal for a better understanding of the Chinese sentence structures and language flow.
This is my room. My room (is) pretty small, (and) it's in Beijing.
There is a bed in the room, (and) a "jian" (of) clothes on the bed.
There are two chairs in front of my bed, (and) there is a "zhang" (of) table in front of the chair.
There is a computer on the table, (and) there are some Chinese books behind the computer.
There is a cup in front of the computer, (and) there is a plate underneath the cup, (and) there is some tea in the cup.
There is a Chinese school behind my room. There are some students outside of the Chinese school.