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Hi everyone. Welcome to Chinese weekly words and let’s see what we are going to talk about this week.
Okay I like this because we are going to talk about fruits. I like fruits 水果 (shuǐguǒ).
The first fruit is 樱桃(yīngtáo)
樱桃(yīngtáo) means ”cherry"
樱桃很小很可爱。(yīngtáo hěn xiǎo hěn kěài.)"Cherries are small and cute."
Next one is 橙子(chéngzi )
橙子(chéngzi ) is ”orange"
这些橙子特别甜。(zhèxiē chéngzi tèbié tián.)"These oranges are really sweet."
苹果(píngguǒ)
苹果(píngguǒ) is ”apple"
Probably I can say 你有苹果电脑吗?(nǐ yǒu píngguǒ diànnǎo ma ?)"Do you have an Apple computer?"
It’s also Apple but it’s not fruit.
下一个是:草莓(cǎoméi )
草莓(cǎoméi ) means ”strawberry"
我们下个星期要去摘草莓。(wǒmen xià gè xīngqī yào qù zhāi cǎoméi.)"Next week we're going to pick strawberries."
Next one is my favorite, 西瓜(xīguā)
西瓜(xīguā) means ”watermellon"
这个西瓜好大啊!(zhège xīguā hǎo dà a !)"This watermelon is so big!"
Oh okay that’s the end. So we talked about fruits today and I will see you next week on Chinese weekly words. 下周见! Bye bye.

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Sunday at 6:30 pm
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Which word do you like the most?

ChineseClass101.com
Sunday at 7:18 pm
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你好 Bryan,


The sentence is correct! For Rainier Cherries it is 雷尼尔樱桃 or 白樱桃, Bing Cherries is 红樱桃.


Keep going and let us know if you have any questions. 😄


Ngai Lam

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Bryan
Thursday at 12:12 pm
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你好,

我的继女非常喜欢西瓜。 我喜欢樱桃。How do I say Rainier Cherries or Bing Cherries?


Please tell me if I could have said anything more artfully or effectively.


谢谢,


Bryan