Receiving a Package for a Friend Intermediate PREMIUM
E-commerce is big in China. Not a day goes by at offices throughout the Middle Kingdom without someone receiving a package of something that they've bought online. And while toting your goodies home with you is okay, ordering stuff directly to your house by far the most convenient. But will you be home to receive it? In this lesson, someone tries to get their friend to receive their package for them, a task that might prove infinitely more difficult than it sounds...
|October 22, 2012|
|delivery, package, online shopping|
|asking for help, giving instructions, describing problems||让 (ràng), expressing possibility or appraisal, 要是(yàoshi)/如果(rúguǒ)……就(jiù)……|
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