Classroom Expressions 2


Chinese Language Program
Dept. of East Asian Languages & Civilizations
Harvard University


1. D3ji` h2o. (Good morning, everybody)
X{ L2osh% h2o. (Good morning Xu Laoshi)

2. N&men z2o. (Good morning)
B1i L2osh% z2o (Good morning, Bailaoshi)

3. F`ng L2osh% h2o. (Good morning, Fang Laoshi)
N& h2o, n& h2o. (Morning)

4. Q&ng g4ng w0 shu8 "n& h2o." (Please speak after me, "ni hao.")
N& h2o. (Ni hao)
Q&ng z3i shu8 y^c*. (Please say it again)
N& h2o. (Ni hao)
H6n h2o. (Very good)

5. D3ji` g4ng w0 shu8 "l2osh% z2o." (Everybody, please speak after me, "Laoshi zao")
L2osh% z2o. (Laoshi zao)
Q&ng n& shu8. (You, please)
L2osh% z2o. (Laoshi zao)
Q&ng z3i shu8 y^c*. (Say it again, please)
L2osh% z2o. (Laoshi zao)
H6n h2o. (Very good)

6. Q&ng g4n w0 shu8 "h2o." (Please speak after me, "hao")
h2o. (Hao)
D*j&sh4ng? (Which tone is that?)
D*s`nsh4ng. (The third tone)
Du*le. H6n h2o. (That is correct. Very good)

7. D3ji` y*q& shu8 "s*." (Speak all at once, "si.")
S*. (Si)
D*j&sh4ng? (Which tone?)
D*s*sh4ng. (The fourth tone)
Du*le. (Correct.)

8. Xi3k7. Z3iji3n. (Class is over. Good bye)
G`o L2osh% z3iji3n (Goodbye Gao Laoshi)



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