Rent A House, An Apartment, Or A Room In Chinese - HSK 1 Speaking Practice
Unit 5 Review 1 ▸ In this HSK 1 Speaking practice, we will learn and know how to rent a house, an apartment, or a room in Chinese with a dialogue. Talk about room size, furniture and neighborhood.
- Listen to the dialogue
- Repeat after the dialogue
- Answer the given questions
- Copy the transcript both by typing and handwriting
- Practice daily until fluent
A realtor is showing 马可 a house for rent.
- How many rooms are there in this house?
- What's under the table?
- What does 马可 think about the chairs?
- Where is the computer?
- What's in front and behind the house?
马可=Mǎkě 小姐=xiǎojiě; a young lady
*The English translation is made to be literal for a better understanding of the Chinese sentence structures and language flow.
小姐：This house (is) pretty big, you like it?
马可：(I) quite like it. This house has how many rooms?
小姐：(It) has two rooms. There is a bed in this room, (and) there is a table in that room.
马可：Are there chairs in the house?
小姐：(Yes they do)exist. There are six chairs under the table.
马可：Six chairs (are) too many!
小姐：It's fine, (and it's) not many.
马可：Is there (any) computer in the room? I didn't see (any) computer.
小姐：(Yes it) exists. There is a computer on the table.
马可：OK. What's outside of the house?
小姐：There is a school in front of the house.
马可：(And) the back of the house? Is there (any) school?
小姐：There is no school behind the house.