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04012011 - Phrases& new words:...

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生生   sh ng xi o ē ā symbolic animal of one's birth year    shé snake 生生   sh ǔ  xiàng: same meaning as sheng xiao    m ă horse 生生   chuán t ng ŏ tradition; traditional    yáng sheep 生生   dòng wù animal    hóu monkey   sh ǔ rat    j ī rooster   niú ox    g u ŏ dog   h ǔ tiger    zh ū pig   rabbit  生生生   b n mìng nián ĕ the year of the animal in which one was born   lóng dragon    Conversations: mài kè: M i gè zh ng guó rén d u y u zì j  de sh ĕ ō ō ŏ ĭ ǔ  xiàng ma? 生生生   生生生生生生生生生生生生生生 Mike:  Does every Chinese have his or her own animal sign? lì li:  Duì. Sh ng xi o shì zh ng guó chuán t ng wén huà de zhòng yào z ē ā ō ŏ ǔ chéng bù fèn. 生生生
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This note was uploaded on 12/03/2011 for the course CHIN 201 taught by Professor Zhou during the Winter '11 term at BYU.

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