Translate the sentences into Chinese. (4, stative verb)
  1. I am very busy.
  2. You are very busy too.
  3. His brothers are all very busy.
  4. His younger brother is not busy.
  5. They are not all busy.
  6. I am very well. Are you well?
  7. I'm very well too.
  8. We are all very well.



















Translate the following sentences into Chinese (2, ma)

  1. Are you busy?
  2. Is your older brother well?
  3. Are you all very well?
  4. Are you my friend?
















Translate the following sentences into Chinese (2,ne)

  1. I am very well, and you?
  2. My mother is very busy and yours?
  3. Where is my friend?
  4. Where is my mother?
















Translate the following sentences into Chinese (2, short answers)

  1. Are you busy?
  2. Yes.
  3. Is this your friend?
  4. No.
  5. Are you well?
  6. Yes.

















Translate the following sentences into English and put into graphic analysis form (diagrammatic). (8, shi)

  1. 你妈妈是大夫吗?
  2. 王老师,你吸烟吗?
  3. 丁云是外语学院的学生。
  4. 学生不都学汉语。

Translate the following sentences into Chinese

  1. This is my mother.
  2. Wang Da is my friend.
  3. My mother is a doctor. Is your mother a doctor too?
  4. My mother isn't a doctor, she is a teacher
  5. Does your mother smoke?
  6. She doesn't smoke.
















Translate the following sentences into Chinese (8, verb-object)

  1. Do you smoke?
  2. I don't smoke.
  3. Many Chinese people smoke.
  4. Please have some tea?
  5. What kind of tea tea do you have, Chinese or English?
  6. Chinese. Is it OK?
  7. I go to sleep at 12 everyday.
  8. I don't sleep. I don't eat.
  9. Everyone eats and sleeps.
















What would say in the following situations? Please write the sentences down on a piece of paper (8, greeting)

  1. When you see your teachers in the morning.
  2. When people give you presents.
  3. When friends visit your home.
  4. When you meet a friend in the evening.
  5. When you see a friend in the afternoon.
  6. When you see a friend at lunchtime.
  7. When you see your colleagues and teachers before leaving the institute.















Translate the following sentences into Chinese (9, svo)

  1. I drink Chinese tea.
  2. British people drink coffee and English tea.
  3. I study Chinese.
  4. I know Mr Ding.
  5. His surname is Wang.
  6. Mr Ding smokes Chinese cigarettes.
  7. We all drink French wine. French wine is nice to drink.














Translate the following sentences into Chinese (9, surnames)

  1. What is your name?
  2. My name is Gubo, and you?
  3. My surname is Ding, I am called Ding Yun. What is your girlfriend's name.
  4. She is called Palanka.
  5. What is your Chinese teacher's surname?
  6. His surname is Wang, he is called Wang Boyun.


















Translate the sentences into Chinese (9-12 de)


  • A. Are you busy?
  • B. Not very. I am looking at a map.
  • A. What map?
  • B. A map of Chinese.
  • A. Is it yours?
  • B. No, it's my older brother's
  • A. Where is my teacher's map?
  • B. Is this your teacher's map?


  • A. Whose car is this?
  • B. It is Mr Wang's.
  • A. Who is Mr Wang?
  • B. Mr Wang is my Chinese teacher.
  • A. Is Mr Wang Chinese?
  • B. No, he is not Chinese. He is a foreigner.


  • A. Are you a student?
  • B. Yes, I am a student of the Foreign Language Institute.
  • A. What do you study?
  • B. I study Chinese.
  • A. Is that so? We welcome English friends.


  • This is my book.
  • That is his.
  • That map is Wang Ming's.
  • Is this book in English?
  • Big cars are good, small ones are also good.
  • He lives in a large dormitory, she lives in a small one.
  • This dictionary is not Ding Yun's, it is the Frenchman's.
  • This is the staff dormitory.
  • This is the English students' dormitory.
  • Have you got a piece of paper? Yes, I have a small one.
  • I don't have any Chinese books.


















Translate the following numbers into Chinese (10,11 numbers)

46, 58, 87, 93, 11, 22, 65, 74

152, 478, 101, 1243, 1048, 1834695, 50002

Write receipts for:

78 RMB, 58 RMB, 69 RMB, 12 RMB.





Translate the following sentences into Chinese (11,v+一下)

  1. Let me introduce you.
  2. Could I please use your book for a while?
  3. OK but I need it for my lesson this afternoon.
  4. Could you please have a look at this?

















Translate the following sentences into Chinese (10, 15 duoshao and ji)

  1. How many friends do you have?
  2. I have thirty friends. and you?
  3. I don't have friends.
  4. How many teachers do you have?
  5. I have ten Chinese teachers.
  6. How many good teachers do you have?
  7. My teachers are all very good.















Translate the sentences into Chinese (13, use of dou; position of indirect objects)

  1. Is this your magazine?
  2. Do you know Mr Wang of the foreign Languages Institute?
  3. Are they all busy?
  4. Not all of them.
  5. Students of Chinese do not all speak Chinese.
  6. Are you returning the Chinese dictionary to me?
  7. English students all drink very good tea.














Translate the following sentences into Chinese (13, question words).

  1. What is this? What is that?
  2. What nationality is he?
  3. He is Chinese.
  4. Who is she?
  5. I don't know her. Do you?
  6. Where is my book?
  7. Your books is in my place.
  8. Who is using my dictionary?
  9. Could I use your dictionary for a little while?
  10. Please give me some tea.
  11. What kind of tea do you want, Chinese or English?













Parse the following sentences which must me translated into English (13, choice type questions)

  1. 她现在去留学生宿舍喝茶。
  2. 你哥哥看不看中国画报?
  3. 你认识我们的汉语老师吗?
  4. 我来介绍一下,这是我的汉语老师,王先生,这是我朋友丁云。


















Translate the following sentences into Chinese (11,15).

  1. Do come in.

  2. Do take a seat.

  3. Would you like some beer?

  4. Excuse me, may I smoke?

  5. Please ask your Chinese friend to visit our dormitory.

  6. May I invite you for tea?

  7. My teacher has asked me to use her car.

  8. Could you please tell me about China?