Who doesn’t look forward to their vacation—especially if it might be a special one such as a honeymoon? Make sure you can describe where you went and what you saw on your trip—or maybe ask your friends what they did when they were away…
In this Podcast, you will learn:
(i) How to ask about someone else’s holiday or trip
(ii) To discuss some of the places you or your friend have been or plan to go
Dialogue: A couple receives a postcard from their friends on their honeymoon:
A: 呦，有人给你寄了张明信片。Yōu, yǒurén gěi nǐ jìle zhāng míngxìnpiàn.
Hey, somebody has sent you a postcard.
B：真的呀？快给我看看！……哈哈是娜娜。Zhēn de ya? Kuài gěi wǒ kàn kàn!……Hāhā shì nà nà.
Really? Let me take a look. Haha, it’s from NaNa.
A: 这是巴黎啊？Zhè shì bālí ma?
Is that Paris?
Duì. Nà nà hé tā lǎogōng zhèngzài mìyuè lǚxíng. Tāmen yào qù ōuzhōu hěnduō chéngshì ne. Bālí shì tāmen de dì yí zhàn.
Yes, Nana is on honeymoon with her husband.
A: 真羡慕他们啊！Zhēn xiànmù tāmen a!
I am so jealous of them!
Chinese words and phrases mentioned in this Podcast:
张：measuring word for postcard
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