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Zodiac Signs, Mandarin

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Ni hao! This means hello in Mandarin Chinese, and it is the magic phrase that opens the gateway to an enormous world of sights and sounds. Mandarin Chinese is the official language of Mainland China, and is spoken by over 1.3 billion people around the world. Not only is it an incredibly important language on today’s global economic stage, it is an ancient language filled with beauty, history, and cultural significance.

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Chinese Zodiac Signs

Click a topic below to see the grammar goals and conversational goals for each chapter.

  • Chinese Zodiac Signs
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    Chinese Zodiac Signs

    Chinese Zodiac Signs

    • Ask When Someone Was Born
    • Express Opinion and Belief
    • Inquire About Someone's Well-being
    • Say When You Were Born
    • Talk About Chinese Zodiac Signs
    • Be Introduced to the 是……的 Structure
    • Form Possessive Structures
    • Learn About Measure Words
    • Use the Negation Word