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Review6 - Review 6 jio zidumpling shu jioboiled dumpling zhng jio steamed dumpling jin jiofried dumpling xinrfillings tio liocondiment cvinegar

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Review 6 饺饺 jiăo zi 饺dumpling 饺饺 shu jiăo ǐ 饺boiled dumpling 饺饺 zhēng jiăo : steamed dumpling 饺饺 jiān jiăo 饺fried dumpling 饺饺 xiànr 饺fillings 饺饺 tiáo liào 饺condiment 饺vinegar 饺饺 jiàng yóu 饺soy sauce cōng 饺scallion jiāng 饺ginger suàn 饺garlic 饺饺 làjiāo饺spicy pepper (also chilli pepper) 3. 饺饺 qiū tiān: autumn 4. 饺饺 xià tiān: summer 5. 饺饺 chūn tiān: spring 6. 饺饺 dōng tiān: winter 7.饺饺 guā fēng: to blow 8. 饺 rè: hot 9.饺饺 xià yŭ: to rain 10.饺饺 liáng shuăng: cool 11. 饺 lĕng: cold Lì li: Jiăo zi shì zhōng guó rén de chuán t ng shí wù. ǒ ? ? :  ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?   Lili: The dumpling is a traditional Chinese food. Mài kè: Wài guó rén yě hěn x huān tā. Jiăo zi dí què hăo chī. ǐ ? ? :  ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? Mike: Foreigners like it too. Dumplings are really delicious. Lì li: Jiăo zi de zh ng lèi hěn duō, y u shu jiăo, zhēng jiăo, jiān jiăo děng děng.
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This note was uploaded on 01/16/2012 for the course CHIN 201 taught by Professor Zhou during the Winter '11 term at BYU.

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