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In this Newbie lesson, Brian and Penny will teach us on how to talk about when something is wrong or asking people when something’s wrong.
怎么 – zěnme – how
肚子 – dùzi – belly; abdomen; stomach
饿 – è – to be hungry; hungry; to starve
没事 – méishì – it’s not important; it’s nothing; never mind
5:03 The English translation should be “He’s hungry again”
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/652715002.
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