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Lesson 3 homework

Lesson 3 homework - Lesson 3(Simplified Part I Compose...

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Lesson 3 (Simplified) Part I Compose questions to elicit the following answers. Use 还是 in each questions. 1. A: _______________________? B: 我喜欢吃美国菜。 2. A: _______________________? B: 小张的爸爸是律师。 3. A: _______________________? B: 星期二是我的生日。 Translate the following sentences into Chinese. 1. What day of the week is Jan 30? 2. What month and day is your mother's birthday? 3. How old is your older brother this year? 4. Is Wang Peng Chinese or American? 5. Li You is American, but she likes to eat Chinese food. 6. You treat me to dinner on Friday or Saturday?
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Part II Compose questions using the A-not-A form that would elicit the following answers. 1. A: _______________________? B: 张老师是中国人。 2.A: _______________________? B: 我没有弟弟。 3.A: _______________________? B: 王朋明天不忙。 4. A: _______________________? B: 李友喜欢吃中国菜。 5. A: _______________________? B: 今天不是星期二。 Translate the following sentences into Chinese. 1. Who will you invite to dinner on Monday evening? 2. A: When are we having dinner tomorrow evening? B: Half past seven. 3. We will treat our classmates to dinner. How does that sound?
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