Sentence Exercises

I thought that a way to also practice is to go ahead and try reading out loud some sentences, translating them and seeing some important words and phrases. Here are my sentences:



  1. I’m really hungry.
  2. What kind of food do you like to eat?
  3. What do you want to eat, I’ll treat you.
  4. Come to my house to eat tomorrow.
  5. Do you know how to use chopsticks?
  6. This food is really good. Go on, eat some more.

A few words and expressions from those sentences:


Good studying!


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