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Where Are You? How to Use 在 with Location in Chinese Newbie PREMIUM

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  • Where Are You? How to Use 在 with Location in Chinese Newbie PREMIUM

     

    How to talk about location in Chinese

    In this All the Way to Intermediate lesson, we teach you how to use the important character 在 (zài) when discussing location. For example, how to say "Where are you?" or "I am at work".

    Learn some basic Chinese grammar and word order so that you can begin asking where people are, asking for directions in a foreign city, or telling people your own location.

    Here are other related lessons from our library that will supplement this lesson and boost your Chinese level.
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    location, directions, travel, telephone, ATWTI, video
    asking for directions, finding, making plans

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