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chengyu.info - Wed, 12/21/2005 - 06:15
bùkěsīyì › unbelievable, incredible


chengyu.info - Wed, 12/21/2005 - 06:14
húshuōbādào › to talk nonsense


chengyu.info - Thu, 12/15/2005 - 21:17
jīnjīnlèdào › to delight in talking about something


chengyu.info - Thu, 12/15/2005 - 13:18
dúyīwú'èr › unique; unparalleled


chengyu.info - Thu, 12/15/2005 - 13:14
rùxiāngsuísú › When in Rome, do as the Romans do.


chengyu.info - Thu, 12/15/2005 - 13:06
luànqībāzāo › messed up; disordered


chengyu.info - Thu, 12/15/2005 - 11:45
zhìtóngdàohé › to have a common goal


chengyu.info - Thu, 12/15/2005 - 09:01
bùbiànshìfēi › to fail to make a distinction between right and wrong


chengyu.info - Thu, 12/15/2005 - 08:28
qìbùchéngshēng › to choke back sobs

Newbie - Taxi Conversations: Suggesting a Route

ChinesePod - Wed, 12/14/2005 - 17:00

Discussion Dialogue Exercises Vocabulary Expansion

Another useful lesson for your “Traveler’s Audio Phrase Book”, in this podcast we assist you in using Mandarin Chinese to suggest a route to take to your taxi driver. Unimportant, you might think? Try going from Beijing to Shanghai on the ...

Newbie - Friends for Dinner

ChinesePod - Tue, 11/15/2005 - 17:00

Discussion Dialogue Exercises Vocabulary Expansion

Not a normal podcast, but one you’ll memorize word-for-word and print out as well. In this podcast, our producer, Aric, abuses his power (which we tell him he has) by stopping by to get his American Chinese menu translated into Mandarin C...

Newbie - What'll it be?

ChinesePod - Fri, 11/11/2005 - 17:00

Discussion Dialogue Exercises Vocabulary Expansion

Don’t get me wrong, your ability to say “chicken” and “noodles” is gold-star worthy, but if variety is the spice of life, then Chinese food is the spice rack. In this “tantalizing” podcast lesson we’ll help you order some traditional dishe...

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