Y: Perfect Chinese your way, in only five minutes a day. Welcome to Chinese Studio. I’m Yajie.
C: Good morning, I’m Cam. Well, we are almost at the end of the week. It’s time for us to review what we’ve learned.
Y: Yeah. This week we mainly focused on numbers and some sentences related to numbers. Let’s review.
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First we learned 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 and 10. And sentences: 4口人，7本书，and 10点。
Y: Cam do you still remember how to say the numbers from zero to ten in Chinese?
C: I sure do. They are 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 (All in Chinese).
Y: Great! Again, 0 is líng, 1 is yī, 2 is èr, 3 is sān, 4 is sì, 5 is wǔ, 6 is liù, 7 is qī, 8 is bā, 9 is jiǔ, and 10 is shí. Let’s do it again.
Y&C: 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 (in Chinese).
Y: Also during the week we learned that口can be a measure word for people, and 人 means people. So we can say 4口人. And本 is a measure word for books; 书 means book. So 6本书 means 6 books. 点 means o’clock, and 10点 means 10 o’clock.
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We also learned numbers from 11 to 100. 19 is shíjiǔ, 47 is sìshíqī, 82 is bāshí’èr and 100 is yìbǎi. And also 我25岁，我 31岁。
Y: Cam, remember how to read double figures in Chinese?
C: That’s a bit complicated.
Y: Read the number on the ten’s place first, add shí after that, and then the number on the unit’s place. For example: 38 is sānshíbā.
Y: 62 is liùshíèr
C: 62 is liùshíèr
Y: 95 is jiǔshíwǔ.
Y: Yeah. And if it is a number between 10 and 20 you can just say “shi ”and then the number. 11 is shíyī; 14 is shísì and 17 is shíqī
C: shíyī shísì shíqī. And 100 is…
Y: yì bǎǐ
Y: We have another word which means year: 岁
C: Right. 我28岁。I’m 28 years old.
C: Great! We’ve learned to how to say the numbers from 0 to 100 in Chinese! Do you know how to say 100 in Chinese? Send us your answer and you might win a CRI prize!
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C: Well class is over. 明天见！