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Reading 1: Language in Use, pg.16

Read the Language in Use dialog on page 16 of your Chinese Link text, then, basing on the content of what you have read, pick the best answer for each of the following. Please note that a Chinese sound or word in standard pinyin form is indicated by an italicized spelling followed by a number which shows its tonal value. For example, hao3 means the pinyin “hao” in its third tone.



This activity contains 5 questions.

Question 1.
Mary and John are talking about

 
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Question 2.
John’s Chinese name is

 
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Question 3.
Mary’s Chinese name is

 
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Question 4.
Yu Ying is

 
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Question 5.
When translated into English, the Chinese word ming2zi means

 
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