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Easter

复活节
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rabbit
兔子 兔子 (n)
tùzi
兔子
rabbit
我从来没吃过兔子。
Wǒ cónglái méi chīguò tùzi.
我從來沒吃過兔子。
I have never eaten rabbit.
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tulip
郁金香 郁金香 (n)
yùjīnxiāng
鬱金香
tulip
chocolate
巧克力 巧克力 (n)
qiǎokèlì
巧克力
chocolate
candy
糖果 糖果 (n)
tángguǒ
糖果
candy
美味的糖果
měiwèi de tángguǒ
美味的糖果
delicious candy
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egg
(n)
dàn
egg
煮过了的鸡蛋
zhǔguòle de jīdàn
煮過了的雞蛋
hard boiled egg
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Easter
复活节 复活节 (n)
Fùhuó Jié
復活節
Easter
lamb
羊羔 羊羔 (n)
yánggāo
羊羔
lamb
羊羔在吃草。
Yánggāo zài chī cǎo.
羊羔在吃草。
The lambs are eating.
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chick
小鸡 小鸡 (n)
xiǎojī
小雞
chick
decorate
布置 布置 (v)
bùzhì
佈置
decorate
dye eggs
装饰彩蛋 装饰彩蛋
zhuāngshì cǎidàn
裝飾彩蛋
dye eggs
Easter basket
复活节篮 复活节篮
Fùhuó Jié lán
復活節籃
Easter basket
Easter bunny
复活节兔子 复活节兔子 (n)
Fùhuó Jié tùzi
復活節兔子
Easter bunny
Easter egg
复活节彩蛋 复活节彩蛋 (n)
Fùhuó Jié cǎi dàn
復活節彩蛋
Easter egg
Easter egg hunt
寻找复活节彩蛋 寻找复活节彩蛋
xúnzhǎo Fùhuó Jié cǎi dàn
尋找復活節彩蛋
Easter egg hunt
hard-boiled egg
煮熟的鸡蛋 煮熟的鸡蛋
zhǔshú de jīdàn
煮熟的雞蛋
hard-boiled egg
hide Easter eggs
藏彩蛋 藏彩蛋
cáng cǎidàn
藏彩蛋
hide Easter eggs
jellybean
糖豆 糖豆 (n)
tángdòu
糖豆
jellybean
look for Easter eggs
寻找复活彩蛋 寻找复活彩蛋
xúnzhǎo fùhuó cǎidàn
尋找復活彩蛋
look for Easter eggs
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Friday at 1:16 am
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Hi, estelle,

煮过了的鸡蛋 means “an egg which is boiled once”.
煮熟的鸡蛋 means “a boiled egg”.
The emphasis is different of these two phrase.
The emphasis of 煮过了的鸡蛋 is “has been boiled once”.
And the emphasis of 煮熟的鸡蛋 is “boiled”, so it is usually used to compare the degree of cooking an egg.
E.g. In a restaurant, I ordered a boiled egg, because I don’t like half-raw.

Cho
Team ChineseClass101.com

estelle
Saturday at 11:54 pm
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Is there a difference between 煮过了的鸡蛋 and 煮熟的鸡蛋 ?

Monday at 6:18 am
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I like the Chinese term for Easter bunny

Monday at 9:19 pm
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Hi, semsema,

Thank you for your comment.
It is the speed the Chinese people usually speak at.
If it is too fast to you now, you can try to turn down the speed.

Cho
Team ChineseClass101.com

Thursday at 7:15 am
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:thumbsup:
like it however it is fast.