Integrated Chinese Volume 1 lesson 1 is talking about “greetings” in Chinese. The previous dialogue, lesson 1 dialogue 1 focused on “exchanging greetings.” You have learned the vocabularies and grammar that about how to introduce your first name and last name, also how to get the information about other people’s names in Mandarin Chinese. On the lesson 1 dialogue 2, you will learn about how to ask for someone’s nationality. We have list some other countries, states, and cities with flags or symbols.
Make sure by the end of this lesson, you are able to exchange basic greetings, introduce your first and last name, ask someone’s first name and last name, state your nationality, and as well as ask someone’s where they come from.
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Integrated Chinese Volume 1 Lesson 1 Dialogue 2 Vocabulary list
Here is the list of the vocabulary from Integrated Chinese Volume 1 Lesson 1 Dialogue 2:
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Integrated Chinese Volume 1 Lesson 1-10 Vocabulary Infographics
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Integrated Chinese V1 L1-2 Grammar Point Infographics
Country, state and City Names in Mandarin Chinese
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