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Learn Mandarin From Movies Series is a push increase awareness of fun Chinese movies that can help you improve your Mandarin Chinese level.
In this episode, we continue with the 2nd part of the lesson advancing to the Elementary level, for the feature film 你好, 之华 (Last Letter).
Based on his own novel of the same title, this Chinese romantic drama film was written and directed by Japanese director Shunji Iwai. The film follows the story of a Shanghai librarian as she gets caught up in a case of mistaken identity while pretending to be her deceased sister at a school reunion.
没事 – méishì – it’s not important; it’s nothing; never mind
吧 – ba – a particle indicating uncertainty
到 – dào – to arrive
看一看 – kànyīkàn – to have a look
闻 – Wén – to smell
一 – yī – for a brief moment
NOTE: This video features SIMPLIFIED characters, which are used in Mainland China. For viewers studying the form of written Chinese used in Hong Kong and Taiwan (traditional), the traditional-character version of this video is available at https://vimeo.com/676965782.
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