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New Year's Cash Upper Intermediate

New Year's Cash
John ,  Jenny
1086
Upper Intermediate
21s
gifts, money, culture, festivals, celebrations, New Year
explaining, expressing surprise

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For corrupt officials, cash-filled envelopes involve a wink, a nod, and an expedited liquor license. For little kids, envelopes stuffed with cash mean: Happy New Year! Today's Mandarin lesson will teach you all about how to give and receive these little bundles of joy.

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