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Speak Mandarin in 500Words - Lesson 20 Please try

Speak Mandarin in 500Words - Lesson 20 Please try

To practice how to describe the direction and distance of objects from the picture.
Speak Mandarin in 500Words - Lesson 22 Waiting for him to call back

Speak Mandarin in 500Words - Lesson 22 Waiting for him to call back

To learn the telephone manners and how to take a message with more related vocabulary.
Speak Mandarin in 500Words - Lesson 23 Why can't I get through?

Speak Mandarin in 500Words - Lesson 23 Why can't I get through?

To learn the telephone manners and the reaction when the number can not be connected.
Speak Mandarin in 500Words - Lesson 25 Come to my house

Speak Mandarin in 500Words - Lesson 25 Come to my house

To learn how to invite a friend over and the invitee's etiquette.
Speak Mandarin in 500Words - Lesson 26 Getting lost

Speak Mandarin in 500Words - Lesson 26 Getting lost

To learn basic directions and routes. Be able to find the destination by following the instructions.
Speak Mandarin in 500Words - Lesson 27 How do I get there?

Speak Mandarin in 500Words - Lesson 27 How do I get there?

To learn how to ask for direction and confirm the destination. Be able to find the destination by following the instructions given by others.
Speak Mandarin in 500Words - Lesson 28 Buying clothes

Speak Mandarin in 500Words - Lesson 28 Buying clothes

Basic shopping dialogue. To describe where to buy, what to buy, and whether it is on sale, etc.
Speak Mandarin in 500Words - Lesson 29 Going to the seashore

Speak Mandarin in 500Words - Lesson 29 Going to the seashore

To discuss where to go on holiday. Be able to discuss the places and how to get there.
Speak Mandarin in 500Words - Lesson 13 What day is the day after tomorrow?

Speak Mandarin in 500Words - Lesson 13 What day is the day after tomorrow?

To arrange time, date, and what to do with someone.
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