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Where is your book?
Nĭ-de shū zài năr?
What is on the desk?
Zhuōzi-shàng yŏu shénme dōngxi?
public phone
gōngyòng diànhuà
building
lóu
men’s bathroom
nán cèsuŏ
A is right next to B
A jiù zài B de pángbiān
left (bound)
zuŏ
right (bound)
yòu
in front (bound)
qián
behind (bound)
hòu
up (bound)
shàng
down (bound)
xià
inside (bound)
underneath
dĭxià
outside (bound)
wài
beside
pángbiān
in middle
zhōngjiān
north (bound)
bĕi
west (bound)
south (bound)
nán
east (bound)
dōng
endings that all can be used for all bound comparative direction words besides "north," "south," "east," "west," "left," "right,""next to," and "in the middle" (not to say that some of them cannot be used for these) (3)
tóu, miàn, biān
ending that can be used for "north," "south," "east," and "west;" used when part of compared place
come on
lái
already
yĭjīng
I already ate 2 bowls, I can’t eat any more.
Wŏ yĭjīng chī-le liăng wăn le, bù néng zài chī le.
young people
niánqīng rén
should eat a little more
yīnggāi duō chī diănr
Korea
Hánguó
Japan
Rìbĕn
Mongolia
Mĕnggŭ
Russia
Éguó
Afghanistan
Āfúhàn
Pakistan
Bājīsītăn
India
Yìndù
Myanmar/Burma
Miăndiàn
Vietnam
Yuènán
the Philippines
Fēilǜbīn
forest
sēnlín
desert
shāmò
lake
mountain
shān
basin
péndì
waterfall
pùbù
upstairs
lóushàng
downstairs
lóuxià
outside
wàibiānr
road (2)
lù/jiē
Who is the person by the road?
Lùpángbiānr de nèi ge rén shì shéi?
dumpling
jiăozi
It says in the paper…
Bào-shang shuō…
pandas
xióngmāo
Only China has pandas.
Zhĭ yŏu Zhōngguó yŏu xióngmāo.
What is your major?
Nĭ shì xué shénme de?
Tiananmen Square
Tiān’ānmén Guăngchăng
center of the city
shì-zhōngxīn
Street of Eternal Peace
Cháng’ān Jiē
go through
chuānguò
Beijing University
BĕiDà
outskirts/suburbs
jiāoqū
first
dì yī
second
dì èr
third
dì sān
4th time
dì sì cì
this house
zhèi suŏ fángzi
arrive
dào
superlative particle
zuì
best
zuì hăo
He’s the busiest person.
Tā shì zuì máng de rén.
at least
zuì shăo
to play/have fun
wár
soon (least imminent)
yào … le
sooner (sort of imminent)
kuài (yào) … le
soonest (most imminent)
jiù yào … le
always (colloquial)
lăoshì
culture
wénhuà
interesting
yŏu yìsi
Where on earth is Burma?
Miăndiàn dàodĭ zài năr?
photograph
xiàngpiān
cousin with same last name
táng
cousin with different last name
biăo
scenery
fēngjĭng
Guangdong Province
Guăngdōng
ending that can be used for "north," "south," "east," and "west;" used when not part of compared place
biān
ending used for "left," "right," and "next to"
biān
ending used for "in the middle"
jiān
the Great Wall
Chángchéng
the Palace Museum
Gùgōng
the Temple of Heaven
Tiāntán
the “North Sea” park
Bĕihăi-gōngyuán
White Pagoda
Báită
tree
shù
both sides
liăng biān
bamboo
zhúzi