Introducing Oneself to the Family Pre Intermediate PREMIUM
"Meet the parents" takes on a whole other meaning in Chinese families. Now, if you can't keep track of which auntie is the elder, whose brother the rotund uncle is and whose sister the tall auntie is... or for that matter--which side is this grandpa is on, and how that lady over in the corner fits in to the whole scenario... the safest bet is to give lots of compliments about how young they all look. In this podcast, learn a lesson in Chinese charm. You'll be sure to get a dinner invite!
|July 27, 2007|
|greetings, culture, family|
|addressing people, greetings, introductions||赶快 (gǎnkuài), 互相 (hùxiāng), never again|
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