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08112011 - Making Telephone Calls d din hu Bei3 jing2...

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08/11/2011 Making Telephone Calls ? ? ?      dă diàn huà Bei3 jing2 ? ?   background When Chinese people make a phone call, they ask for the addressee by name directly. However, it is not their habit to give their own name first when making receiving a call. It is very convenient to make international calls which can be dialed directly at hotels, foreigner's mansion, office building, etc. ? ?       sheng1 ci2 new words     ? ? ?   dă diàn huà: make a phone call ? ?   hào mă: number ?   zhuăn: an extension ?   zhăo: speak to ? ?   shāo dĕng: hold on ? ? ?   huí diàn huà: ring sb. Ke4 wen2 ? ?   text mài kè: nín hăo, zhè lĭ shì běi jīng fàn diàn ma? ? ? : ? ? , ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?   Mike: Hello, is that Beijing Hotel? xiăo lĭ: shì de, nín zhăo nă wèi? ? ? : ? ? , ? ? ? ? ? Xiao Li: yes, whom are you going to speak to? mài kè: qĭng zhuăn sān èr yāo bā fáng jiān, wŏ
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