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05132011 - 05/13/2011 Drinking Tea Background: China is the...

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Unformatted text preview: 05/13/2011 Drinking Tea Background: China is the homeland of tea. Chinese tea may be classified into five categories according to the different methods by which it is processed. It includes green tea, black tea, Wulong tea, compressed tea and scented tea. Teahouses scattered in cities are most worthwhile to visit. One may come in the early morning and order a pot of tea, chat and enjoy the warm sunshine at the same time, until it closes in twilight. ? ? ? ? ? ? , ? ? ? ? ? , ? ? ? ? ? . We have five trees in our house, two of them are apple trees, three are mango trees. ? ? ? ? ? ? ? , ? ? ? ? Three little American girls, two cats. ? , ? ? , ? ? , ? ? ? ? ? you3 have, you have, I have, everyone has. ? , ? ? , ? ? , ? ? ? ? ? yong4 you use, I use, everyone uses. ? , ? ? , ? ? , ? ? ? ? Hui4 you can, I can , everyone can. ? , ? , ? , ? ? Hua1---flower, cao3---grass, shu4---tree, mu4---wood....
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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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