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This week’s Chinese lesson on classroom terms is how to say “sit down”, “be quiet”, “raise your hands” and etc in Chinese.

Chinese Pinyin English
Chinese lesson on classroom terms qǐng please
Chinese lesson on classroom terms jìn to enter
Chinese lesson on classroom terms wèn  to ask
Chinese lesson on classroom termsChinese lesson on classroom terms huídá  to answer
Chinese lesson on classroom terms shuō to speak, to say
Chinese lesson on classroom terms tīng  to listen, to hear
Chinese lesson on classroom termsChinese lesson on classroom terms ānjìng quiet
Chinese lesson on classroom termsChinese lesson on classroom terms jǔshǒu raise hand

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1. Video. This Qiaohu DVD segment shows how Chinese characters change from pictures to modern symbols. Watch the video and reading along with it. Try to practice with your own room.


3. Online flashcards & tests:
I created an account on quizlet.com and keyed in Chinese words, pinyin and their English translations to make a list of flashcards online.

Please visit http://quizlet.com/33271410/flashcards. It now has 28 virtual flashcards, which has Chinese character on the front, pinyin and English on the back. You can flip the virtual card by clicking on “Click to flip”.

Also, you can make good use of other tools like http://quizlet.com/33271410/learn and http://quizlet.com/33271410/speller.

4.Homework. This week’s homework is easy! Click here to download the homework10-1 for Lesson Ten.

Do you have any resources on classroom terms in Chinese?
Feel free to share with us!

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    Tina at Mommynificent.com // February 26th, 2014 at 10:09 pm

    Thanks for sharing this at Booknificent Thursday! You are certainly a wealth of Chinese language learning resources!
    Tina

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