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Making apology and some useful classroom expressions

How to make an apology in Chinese; How to response to an apology; Some useful classroom expressions in Chinese

“对不起 Duìbuqǐ!” the way to apologize to someone, it means: sorry or excuse me. And you can respond by saying “没关系 Méi guānxi!”, which means that’s OK, it doesn’t matter.

Some Useful Classroom Expressions 课堂用语

上 课!Shàng kè!Class begins!

下 课! Xià kè! Class is over!

跟 我 读!Gen wǒ dú!Read after me!

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