Taking some time out and relaxing at the weekend is always enjoyable. And what better way than to go to a friend’s party? Be ready to reply if someone invites you—or maybe hold your own party and invite your friends…
In this Podcast, you will learn:
(1) How to invite some of your friends to a party
(2) How to tell them what time to come to your place
Dialogue: When planning a party you need to invite guests—and let them know what you are planning:
Hey, do you have anything to do this weekend?
Er…, I am going out with my friends this Saturday.
Then are you available on this Sunday? I will be inviting friends over for a party.
Oh, that’s great! What time should I come?
Around six o’clock.
Chinese words and phrases mentioned in this Podcast:
有事：have something to do
嗯：Er… (filler word when you are pondering and thinking)
开个趴：having a party
都：meaning “even to the point that”; in this form it expresses emphasis
行啊：okay, all right
我几点到：What time should I come?
6点左右：around 6 o’clock
吧：used at the end of a sentence to indicate agreement or acknowledgment