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ADRB Introduction to Main Characters in the ‘Text ‘TAR Ding Lbo BAA Me Dowel 4k Lin No ‘A Canadian stent, ‘An American dest, | Bei student, feed 1, male ceed 22, wal, seed 19. female. Gabo is his father Ding Yun i toe ether. Ag~ Weal Le al aaa eee ae Peat tee eee Lae resi o Xe RN 8 ie RAEI Chén lSoshi #442 Zhdng jidoshdu 426 9% Yang \doshi foes pelea yy i Dry ee paral ea Thi on tei by icing sae sun wigs) we te Chie gor mes Bs Che papa eigen chara npriirbiongher pope hpoal palpate ‘oped since their basically pictographic origins in ancient ] Chin ye ent a he leer yo wl know even Chi | te anton td be die w afew me monly eae to Ch fa Ni héo aE 2b Gay Noe Wore Lal ROR you 2. nado A AF good well; fine; OK. 3. La Yoping PN Bee} (oame of « Chinese repute) 4. ube pn AGE (eam of « Canadian student) Libo: Lin Na, ni héo mo? @ Ak: RM, a OB? Lin Na, Wa hén hdo, nine? © AR, RG, HK EP Libo; Yé hen nao.® Aik: wR He Fy Gteropative particle tor question expecting yeen0 answer) 2 Wo mR & hme a.nin Ady AR very 4 ne Marc 7 (@ modal particle used for elliptical questions) 5.8 Adv Lo, seo Lin NO PN 4KSF (name of «British student) @ NI hic, “Hiello!", “How do you do?” This 18 the most common form of greeting in Chinese. It can be used at any time of day when meeting people forthe first time or for people yew slendy know. ‘The response to this greeting form is also “fs89"(°NT ho”). @ Ni hdo mar “How are your” This is alo a farm of greeting. ofien ssid after yom have not seen someone for some ime, and the response is usually “RABSF" (WE hn ho") or ater similar formule. @ Ni ne? And (how ae) you?” @ Ye hen hoo. “1 am) fine (erally, very goed), to.” This is an ellipical sentence, with the subject “#2"(WO) omited. In spoken Chinese, ‘when the context is explicit and there is no ambiguity, the subject is often omitted. One may also say “AR##"(*HEN OO") to answer the question “PSE? "(*NF ho ma? ”) Sj [ee era) FE Initials: bp oman toh $4 Fins @ 0 e | ua go en ie in ing uo 1) Students are requied to mester the characters ef the purple new words in this lesson 1. BF Spelling ba bo br ba bin bing pa po pl pu pin ping ma mo mi mo ne ndo nié le eo lie tuo ho hoo hus 2. DUP The four tones a a a a vo oon hao héo héo hao nit hao i Wi i a bd bé bd. bd Lib6 mtn in tin nnn Lin Na Ww yo yu yo ping ping Lu Yuping wo WS wo hen hen hen wo hen hao yé ye yé ye yé hén héo: 3. BHF Sound discrimination bo — pa nd — nts wi — hi a) (mal) Cvs) a) bing —— bin pie bié hud — wo ice) Aeh-falling strokes) (ive) o 4, BHM Tone discrimination mi — ma ma — mis yi yi (bare) (oa) (00) (oe) ye — ye .—o men — men (also) wight) (ctrength) Cin) (eee) -6- =)#380i Third-tone sandhi ni ho hen ho yé hGo v8 hén hdo 6. BERET AURAL Read the following classroom expressions aloud Ni hao, Nimen hao, KEY SENTENCES 1. NI hi, 2. Ni héo ma? 3. WO hén hi, nine? 4, Ye hen hao. {—) [41388 Saying hello) 1. 3éikt FZ Complete the following dialogue Un Naz Lbo, nf her bo; 2. FEDS Make a dialogue based on the picture ay a, Seer ee b f al BY OM ind sy by fp ee ee B.