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2.3.4: Currency (模块四:货币)

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    Module IV: Currency

    模块四:货币

    Scenario 4.1: An Dawei introduces Chinese currency to his classmates in the Chinese class.

    AD:

    人民币有100元,50元,20元,10元,5元,2元和1元。

    人民币

    rénmínbì

    RMB

    yuán

    dollar

    Note:

    人民币Renminbi (RMB) literally means "people's currency." , the basic unit of the Renminbi, is used to refer to the Chinese currency.

    (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Renminbi)

    100元 is pronunced “yì bǎi yuán.”

    2元 is pronunced “liǎng yuán” or “èr yuán.”

    Scenario 4.2: An Dawei introduces the exchange rate of currency in the Chinese class.

    AD:

    1美元合6元8角2分人民币。

    美元

    měiyuán

    US dollar

    equal to

    jiǎo

    dime

    fēn

    cent


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